During the 6 years at Harvard he went on 9 collecting expeditions that I can identify in his papers and from personal knowledge. During the 23 years at BYU, he went on several collecting trips a year. According to Dr. Rod Scheetz who took dadís place at the Earth Science Museum, dad was secretive about some of his sites so there is not enough documentation to be sure we have listed them all. Some of them didnít even yield bones, rather were possible sites that he visited with rock hounds who wanted him to check out something that they thought might be dinosaur materials.
NB: The quarries in BLUE have galleries of pictures. Some galleries have only
3 images, others have 40-50. Double-click on the blue text to go to that
Dad prepared a MAP for one of his publications that showed some of the quarries. The rationale for including quarries was the fact that they were Jurassic or Cretaceous.