Kerry has been working in the Vertebrate Palaeontology and Biomechanics Lab since September 2003. Most of Kerry's time is spent working on fossils from Isisford. These fossil require extensive mechanical preparation with hand-held pneumatic drills. In his 'spare' time, Kerry works on dinosaur bones and microfossils fossils from the new bone-bed near Winton.
- To see and learn more about the work that Kerry undertakes in the lab, click here.
Geddes, K., Salisbury, S.W. and Wilkinson, J.A. 2007. Preparation of the type material of Isisfordia duncani, a basal eusuchian crocodylomorph from the mid-Cretaceous (Albian-Cenomanian) Winton Formation of Isisford, central-western Queensland, Australia. In Warren, A. (ed), 2007 Conference on Australian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics, 2007, Geological Society of Australia, Abstracts 85, p. 55-56.
The image above shows Kerry taking time out for a decent cup of tea. Photo Steve Salisbury.