Adam Schroeder, MS
I’m a Teacher and Paleontologist currently working in South Dakota. I have been working in the Hell Creek Formation of North Dakota and Montana since early 2009. My research focuses on biological extinction and recovery across the K-Pg boundary in the Hell Creek Formation. I look forward to our next paleontological adventure!
William L. Beatty, PhD
Dr. Beatty is an Associate Professor of Geosience at Winona State University.
James Reed, PG
I’m an Engineering Geologist and Paleontologist currently working in the Black Hills of South Dakota. In addition to dinosaurs, I studied the sedimentary stratigraphy of ejecta layers from the 2nd largest meteor on Earth, aka the Sudbury Impact. I'm continuing "sed-strat" related research in the Cretaceous, as well as assisting students with their own on the K-Pg boundary in the Hell Creek Formation.
Phone: (507) 313-6954
Candace Kairies-Beatty, PhD
Dr. Kairies-Beatty is Chairperson/Professor at Winona State University.
Preparator, Field leader
Doug is a Paleontologist with an impressive resume and years of experience in Cretaceous fossils. He has worked extensively with the Science Museum of Minnesota since 1994 as a Volunteer, Preparator, Casting Technician, and Field Crew Leader. Doug also co-founded the Marmarth Research Foundation, a non-profit research organization working in the Hell Creek Formation. From 2003-present, Doug has maintained the position of Research Associate for the Paleontology Department at the Science Museum of Minnesota.