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Marilyn Fox

Preparator
Vertebrate Paleontology Preparation Lab

 

203.432.3747
marilyn.fox@yale.edu
Division of Vertebrate Paleontology

 

Education

BFA, Fine Arts, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
MFA, Printmaking, Art History, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York

 

Publications

Fox, M. and Yarborough Fitzgerald, V. 2004. A review of vertebrate fossil support systems. Abstracts of papers; Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 64th annual meeting; November 2004; Denver, Colorado.

Fox, M. 2003. Basics of moldmaking: filling and mold design considerations Abstracts of papers; Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 63rd annual meeting; October 2003; St. Paul, Minnesota.

Fox, M. 2001. Searching for the filler of my dreams—an odyssey in gaps and glues. Abstracts of papers; Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 61st annual meeting; 2001; Bozeman, Montana.

Fox, M. 2000. The conservation of the O.C. Marsh Collection at the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, Part 2. Abstracts of papers; Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 60th annual meeting; 2000; Mexico City, Mexico.

Chiappe, L., R. Coria, L. Dingus; F. Jackson, A. Chinsamy-Turan and M. Fox. 19 Nov 1998. Sauropod dinosaur embryos from the Late Cretaceous of Patagonia. Nature 396(6708):258–261.

Fox, M. 1997. Working with the fossils of San Luis, Argentina. Abstracts of papers; Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 57th annual meeting; 1997; Chicago, Illinois.

 

Citations

Norell, M. and P. Makovicky. 1997. Important features of the dromeosaur skeleton: information from a new specimen. American Museum of Natural History Novitates 3215:1–28.

Altangarel, P., L. Chiappe, B. Rinchin, J. Clark and M. Norell. 1994. Skeletal morphology of Mononykus olecrans (Theropoda: Aviale) from the Late Cretaceous of Mongolia. American Museum of Natural History Novitates 3015:1–29.

Brown, M.W. November 20, 1996. Reconstructing a galloping crocodile after a mere 200 million years. New York Times.

Chiappe, L. and D. Rivarola. 1996. A pterosaur’s smile. Natural History Magazine 105 (11):34–35.