Rich, Thomas H(ewitt)
RICH, Thomas H(ewitt)
RICH, Thomas H(ewitt). American, b. 1941. Genres: Zoology. Career: University of California-Berkeley, paleontology technician, 1961-63, computer programmer at Radiation Laboratory, 1964-67; American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY, leader of joint expedition (with Yale University) to collect Jurassic mammal remains in Como Bluff, WY, 1968- 70; Ohio State University, Columbus, field assistant with expedition to collect remains of Triassic vertebrates in Transantarctic Mountains, 1970; American Museum of Natural History, scientific assistant in vertebrate paleontology and collector of mammalian fossil remains in South Australia, 1971-73; Museum Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, curator, 1974-97, senior curator of vertebrate paleontology, 1997-. Monash University, honorary research associate in earth sciences, 1995-. Publications: (with P. Vickers-Rich and M.A. Fenton) The Fossil Book, 1989; (ed. with P. Vickers- Rich, J.M. Monaghan, and R.F. Baird, and contrib.) Vertebrate Palaeontology of Australasia, 1991; (with P. Vickers-Rich) Wildlife of Gondwana, 1993, rev. ed. as Wildlife of Gondwana: Dinosaurs and Other Vertebrates from the Ancient Supercontinent, 1999; (with P. Vickers-Rich) Australia's Lost World, 1996; (with R. Macdonald, M.L. Macdonald, P. Vickers-Rich, and L. Rich) The Fossil Hunter's Guide, 1997; (with P. Vickers-Rich, Leaellyn Rich, and Timothy Rich) Australia's Ancient Backboned Animals, 1997; (with P. Vickers-Rich, Leaellyn Rich, and Timothy Rich) Australia's Dinosaurs, 1997; (with P. Vickers-Rich, L. Rich, and T. Rich) Australia's Ancient Birds, 1997; (with P. Vickers-Rich, L. Rich, and T. Rich) Diprotodon and Its Relatives, 1997; (with P. Vickers-Rich) The Dinosaurs of Darkness, 2000. Contributor to books, scientific journals and popular magazines. Address: 16 Red Leaf Way, Wheelers Hill, VIC 3150, Australia. Online address: [email protected]
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