A brief article sharing the final published version of my Palaeobiology University of Bristol research with co-authors.

So finally, after being in press for ages the journal article I worked on over the past two years on the At the Feet of the Dinosaurs Internship as part of the Palaeobiology Research Group at the University of Bristol has been published with full bibliographic details.

The research on the Mesozoic marine overstep at Vallis Vale is now in Volume 131, Issue 5 of the Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, pages 578-594. The article examines the Rhaetian bonebed of Hapsford Bridge investigating the microverterbrate fossils at the site, a project I thoroughly enjoyed working on. You can access the article here.

I am Thankful to the Palaeobiology Research Group that I was given the opportunity to do this project as it enabled me to get onto the MSc Paleobiology programme I am currently on. I am very Thankful to all the co-authors for their work and the support of Bristol City Museum which provided specimens for comparison in the study.

The famous De La Beche unconformity at Vallis Vale showing the unconformity of the horizontal Jurassic Inferior Oolite limestone over the bedded Carboniferous limestone.

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