The Association for Materials & Methods in Paleontology (AMMP) just announced that the complete series of the “Back to Basics” Lectures recorded at last year’s Annual Meeting are finally available. The Lectures were organized around the theme “Defining the Professional Vertebrate Fossil Preparator: Essential Competencies – 14 critical skills/capabilities related to fossil preparation all professionals, volunteers, and amatuers should follow”.
You may access the complete set of videos at the AMMP Youtube channel. Below, you will find only some, to sharpen your interest. The full set, however, deserves to be carefully viewed. We recommend them strongly: excellent material for everyone interested in vertebrate paleontological methodology.
Access the rest of the series here.
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