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shimada2Kenshu Shimada
Department of Environmental Science and Studies and Department of Biological Sciences
DePaul University
Chicago, Illinois 60614
USA
and Sternberg Museum of Natural History
Fort Hays State University
Hays, Kansas 67601
USA

Kenshu Shimada is professor at DePaul University in Illinois and research associate of the Sternberg Museum in Kansas, USA. His area of expertise includes the paleoecology of Mesozoic marine vertebrates as well as anatomy and evolution of extinct and extant lamniform sharks. He serves as chair of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology's Government Affairs Committee.

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threat currie2Philip J. Currie
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E9
Canada

Philip J. Currie is professor and Canada Research Chair in Dinosaur Paleobiology at the University of Alberta, Canada. His research focuses on the variation, ontogeny, and systematics of dinosaurs, primarily theropods, and on the origin of birds. He is past president of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology and current member of the society's Executive Committee.

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scott2Eric Scott
Division of Geological Sciences
San Bernardino County Museum
Redlands, California 92374
USA
and Department of Biology
California State University at San Bernardino
San Bernardino, California 92407
USA

Eric Scott is curator of paleontology for the San Bernardino County Museum in California, adjunct instructor at California State University San Bernardino, and research associate of the George C. Page Museum in Los Angeles. He studies Plio-Pleistocene large mammal fossils from western North America, specializing in extinct horses, bison, and end-Pleistocene megafaunal extinctions. He serves on multiple committees for the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology.

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sumidaStuart S. Sumida
Department of Biology
California State University at San Bernardino
San Bernardino, California 92407
USA

Stuart Sumida is professor of biology at California State University San Bernardino, and research associate at the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, and Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh. His research focuses on Paleozoic tetrapods and the origin of amniotes. He is past chair of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology's Education and Outreach Committee and Development Committee.

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