Denver W. Fowler
Museum of the Rockies
Montana State University
600 West Kagy Boulevard
Bozeman, MT 59717

A native of the United Kingdom, Denver Fowler received a BSc degree in geology from the University of Durham (UK) in 1998, followed by an MSc in palaeobiology from the University of Bristol (UK) in 2000. He conducted graduate work at the University of Rhode Island (2001-2003) and is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Montana State University. His interests are in vertebrate paleontology and stratigraphy, primarily vertebrate biochronology through the Late Cretaceous of North America, including specifically the biostratigraphy of Alamosaurus, and ceratopsid biostratigraphy.

Denver has conducted field work in the UK, USA, China and Mongolia, including extensive stratigraphic work on the K-T boundary in Montana. He worked as a vertebrate paleontology field assistant for the State Museum of Pennsylvania for four field seasons (2002-2004, 2006) where he collected fossil vertebrates from Fruitland, Kirtland and Ojo Alamo Formations. Denver is currently conducting a study of the sequence stratigraphy and biostratigraphy of the latest Maastrichtian Hell Creek and Lance Formations.

Photo: Denver sitting next to a jaw of a large ceratopsid from the Naashoibto Member (Ojo Alamo Formation), San Juan Basin, New Mexico.