Hello There! My name is Chase, and I work as a research associate of paleontology at the Stamford Museum in Stamford, CT. My primary research focuses are on the paleoecology of carcharodontosaurids – a group of large carnivorous dinosaurs which belong to the same superfamily as the famous Morrison Formation theropod Allosaurus – and on the paleoflora and fauna of the Late Cretaceous-age landmass known as Appalachia, a landmass situated where much of North America now is located today. Not many researchers currently study the flora and fauna of this landmass, and given that the fossil record of Appalachia is relatively poor, Appalachia has become somewhat of a forgotten world. For me, this aspect of Appalachia just adds to the fun I have while I do research on it. My goals are to not only further our scientific understanding of this landmass, but to educate the general public about Appalachia.

My workspace. Yes, those are dinosaur bones, specifically from a juvenile Corythosaurus casuarius.
My workspace. Yes, those are dinosaur bones, specifically from a juvenile Corythosaurus casuarius.The fossils placed on tan box tops are the skulls of mammals known as oreodonts.

I have also had the chance to create several pieces of paleoart for the Stamford Museum as well as a few other educational facilities. If you would like to contact me for scientific reference or other research-related work or to request artwork, please email me at chasethedinosaur@gmail.com . If you have any questions about a blog post or anything posted on here, please feel free to leave a comment.

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