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quarrying a Eurhinodelphis at the Calvert Cliffs



quarrying a Eurhinodelphis at the Calvert Cliffs



quarrying a fossil skull at the Calvert Cliffs



DO NOT DIG IN THE CLIFFS - THESE EXCAVATIONS WERE WITH THE CALVERT MARINE MUSEUM PALEONTOLOGISTS




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Film Crew at the Calvert Cliffs

The Author with a Film Crew at the Calvert Cliffs



About the Author


Fossilguy

I am not a professional in Geology or Paleontology. I have a B.S. Degree in Physics and a Masters in Education. I teach Physics courses at a local High School. Therefore, I am just a very interested amateur who wants to invoke curiosity into the wonderful world of paleontology.

Although I am an amateur, I have extensive experience and consider my self an "expert" in the field of amateur paleontology. I have:



  • Been featured in magazines including "Organic Style", "Mid-Atlantic States", "Wonderful West Virginia" and "PropTalk".

  • Been on radio talk shows, including "North Jersey Talking" and "970 WLFA - Tampa Bay's News Radio".

  • Been quoted in or had my fossils and/or photos featured in over a dozen publications (books and media) including various School Science books and general paleontology books from large publishers including Harcourt Publishing to smaller publishers such as "Tracking Trilobites, Adventures in Paleontology" from Paul Gritis Books and "Spinosaurus (Exploring Dinosaurs)" from Library Binding.

  • Been a speaker at the 2016 SE Geological Society of America Conference.

  • Contributed articles to fossil clubs and museums, including the Fossil club of the Calvert Marine Museum, Maryland Geological Society, the Aurora Fossil Museum, and the Fossil Project.

  • Helped scientifically valuable specimens find their way into museums, and also helped quarry specimens with the CMM. The highlight is a partial squalodon skull I discovered which is now at the Calvert Marine Museum.


  • The Fossil Project - Amateur Spotlight has a nice write-up on the Author.

    J. Kowinsky



    Fossil Kids Dig

    Providing a "Fossil Dig" for kids at a Community event





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