Permian and Triassic of Zambia Madumabisa Mudstone and Ntawere Formations
During 2018 and 2019 I joined a National Geographic team of paleontologists and geologists. Our aim is to survey Permian and Triassic rocks in northern Zambia to look for fossils that can tell us more about terrestrial vertebrates before and after the Permo-Triassic mass extinction 250 million years ago.
Late Triassic of Petrified Forest National Park Chinle Formation
As a member of Christian Sidor's lab, I have made the annual trip to Petrified Forest National Park in Arizona from 2015 to 2019. There, we have been a part of surveying expanded park land for fossils and building collections of Triassic reptiles and amphibians especially through work at the incredibly productive Shuvosaurid Quarry.
Early Triassic of Antarctica Fremouw Formation
During the 2017-2018 austral summer I was a part of a National Science Foundation team of paleontologists and geologists searching for fossils in the Early Triassic of Antarctica. These collections will help explore questions related to mass extinction recovery dynamics and comparative biology and phylogeny of similar vertebrates from the well-sampled Early Triassic of South Africa.
Late Cretaceous of Montana Judith River and Hell Creek Formations
As an undergraduate student at Macalester College, I joined Kristi Curry Rogers and Raymond Rogers ongoing fieldwork at microvertebrate sites in the Judith River Formation. In 2016 I returned to Montana working in the Hell Creek Formation with Greg Wilson's team.