Society meetings are usually held at 2:30pmPT on Sundays, but check back here for the most up-to-date information. Meetings are currently held via Zoom due to COVID-19.
First-time visitors are welcome free of charge!
Patrick received his bachelor's and master's degrees in Earth Systems from Stanford and is currently a Senior Environmental Scientist (Supervisory) for the State of California. Patrick is both the Vice President and the Field Trip Chairperson for SCPS, and has done an amazing job in planning a great year of field trips!
Join us for a fun day of fossils and paleontological prizes! Catch up with the other members and reminisce about your finds from the previous year!
A Tale of Too Many Monkeys: Community Evolution of African Cercopithecid Primates
Irene Smail, PhD, Assistant Professor of W. Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine.
Mairin Balisi, PhD, Augustyn Family Curator of Paleontology, Alf Museum
A Hitchhiker's Guide to the Pleistocene sea: using isotopic analysis of fossil whale barnacles to understand prehistoric whale migration
Larry Taylor, PhD, Anatomy and physiology instructor at Helena College, University of Montana
The Cerro del Pueblo Formation: Stories of an Extraordinary Ancestral Cretaceous Ecosystem
Claudia Serrano, PhD, Research Associate, Smithsonian Museum of Paleontology
Thumbs Up: New fossils of Giant Panda's false thumb reveal hidden forces in evolution
Xiaoming Wang, PhD, Curator, Department of Vertebrate Paleontology at NHM of Los Angeles.
Grand Canyon Fossils
John Foster, PhD is the Curator of Collections, Utah Field House of Natural History State Park Museum.