Fairbanks, AK - Most of the field work that will happen in Alaska this summer has wrapped up and scientists are now hard at work preparing samples for study and analyzing data. Some of those field-collected samples include the remains of dinosaurs from the North Slope.
Somewhere between 100 and 70 million years ago, dinosaurs roamed a region of Alaska stretching from Denali to the North Slope. “In 2006, we worked on a quarry…" s ays Anthony Fiorillo. He's the Curator of Earth Sciences at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas Texas.