SoT Special 22 – Dr. Steve Salisbury

Dr Steve Salisbury is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Biological Sciences at The University of Queensland, and a Research Associate at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Ed and Lucas spoke with him about finding the world’s largest dinosaur tracks on the North West coast of Australia, and searching for dinosaur fossils in Antarctica.

  • Ian Shears

    A slightly out-of-date version can be found here https://www.academia.edu/33670480/Iconic_dinosaur.pdf. Given the date conversion premise in this article/outline I would expect connection across ‘Antarctica’ to ‘South America’. If JPP and the date-converted 450 km inland songline can be connected my question is can these dinosaurs have ended up in Antarctica or even back ‘home’ in South America. Obviously I am interested in opinions as to the nature of these connections.