New Mexico vertebrate paleontological field photographs, 1947.
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Former curator of Dept. of Vertebrate Paleontology. From the description of Vertebrate paleontological photographs, 1948-1961. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155517542 ...
George Gaylord Simpson was a vertebrate paleontologist perhaps best known for his contributions to the founding and further articulation of the modern evolutionary synthesis. He studied at Yale University (Ph.D. 1926), having initially worked at the American Museum of Natural History in 1924. He returned to work the AMNH as a curator (1927-1942) and later as chairman of the Department of Paleontology and Geology (1942-1959). Simpson accepted an Alexander Agassiz Professorship from Harvard's Muse...
Three month expedition to New Mexico led by George Gaylord Simpson, Chairman of the Dept. of Geology and Paleontology. The expedition party consisted of two units: Edwin H. Colbert headed the search for fossil reptiles, assisted by George Whitaker and later also by Walter Sorensen and Thomas Ieradi. The other unit was led by Dr. Simpson and included his wife, Anna Roe, and William Fish. They searched for fossil mammals and birds. Colbert discovered the first complete Nor...