Unless otherwise noted, Society meetings begin at 1:30 PM on the first Sunday of each month. Visitors are welcome. In August, there is no meeting.
The Society meets in Classroom 4 at the George C. Page Museum in Los Angeles. Parking is behind the museum.
SEPTEMBER 10, 2017-“TEETH, TEETH, THOSE FOSSIL TEETH, MIOCENE MAMMALIAN FOSSIL TEETH FROM NEBRASKA.” Dr. Ann Platzer, Biologist, Professor, Dept. of Biology, University of California, Riverside, Retired.
OCTOBER 8, 2017- “SNAPSHOTS AND LONG EXPOSURES: PICTURING THE LIFE OF EARTH’S OLDEST ANIMALS.” Dr. Mary Drosser, Dept. of Earth Sciences, UC Riverside.
NOVEMBER 5, 2017-“PROBLEMATICAL FOSSILS, PROBLEMATICAL MOLLUSKS. FUN FOSSILS I HAVE KNOWN.” Dr. Bruce Runnegar, Paleobiologist, Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles.
DECEMBER 3, 2017-HOLIDAY POT-LUCK PARTY, GIFT-EXCHANGE, SILENT AUCTION.
JANUARY 14, 2018-“SAUROPODS IN PORTUGAL IN THE LATE JURASSIC.” Dr. Pedro Mocho, Geologist and Biologist, Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Dinosaur Institute, NHM, specializing in the evolutionary history of sauropod dinosaurs.
FEBRUARY 11, 2018-“NORTH, SOUTH, EAST AND WEST: UNRAVELING THE TRAVELS OF HORNED DINOSAURS.” Dr. Andrew Farke-Augustyn Family Curator and Director of Research and Collections, Raymond Alf Museum of Paleontology at the Webb Schools.
MARCH 4, 2018- “HOW TO BREAK THE ‘LAW OF THE UNSPECIALIZED’: ALLIGATORS IN CENOZOIC NORTH AMERICA.” Dr. Jessica Miller-Camp, Museum Scientist, Department of Earth Sciences, University of California, Riverside.
APRIL 8, 2018-“DINOSAURS ON ICE; FOSSIL HUNTING IN THE MESOZOIC OF ANTARCTICA.” Dr. Nathan Smith, Associate Curator, Dinosaur Institute, NHM.