Matt Wedel

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Mathew J. Wedel
Argentinosaurus LACM.jpg
Matt Wedel beside the dorsal vertebra of Argentinosaurus
ResidenceU.S.
NationalityAmerican
Scientific career
FieldsPaleontologist
InstitutionsWestern University of Health Sciences

Mathew John Wedel is an American paleontologist. He is associate professor at the Western University of Health Sciences Department of Anatomy in California. Mathew studies sauropods and the evolution of pneumatic bones in dinosaurs. At Western University, Mathew teaches gross anatomy.[1] He has authored papers naming Aquilops (2014), Brontomerus (2011), and Sauroposeidon (2000).[2]

Along with paleontologists Darren Naish and Mike P. Taylor, he founded the paleontology blog Sauropod Vertebrae Picture of the Week.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wedel, M.J. "Profile - Mathew Wedel". PeerJ.
  2. ^ Wedel, M.J. "CV and Publications". Mathew John Wedel.

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