Martin G. Lockley

B.Sc., Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus

University of Colorado Denver

Dinosaur Trackers Research Group

Martin Lockley is one of the world's leading vertebrate ichnologists and has published hundreds of peer-reviewed papers and a number of books on fossil tracks from all over the world. Martin has made regular research visits to the PRPRC to participate on several projects. Martin has recently been involved, as "Science Director" in the formation of the Moab Giants Museum just outside of Moab, Utah and which is set to officially open in the spring of 2016.



A. Guy Plint

P.Geo., D.Phil.


University of Western Ontario

Department of Earth Sciences

Guy Plint conducts research on the sedimentology and stratigraphy of the Western Canada Foreland Basin including geological mapping and correlation and interpretation of core and well logs as well as surface outcrops. Guy and his field crew have been active in discovering and documenting fossil vertebrate tracks and bones in western Canada well before the establishment of the PRPRC. Guy and his students have been frequent collaborators on palaeontological research projects in the Peace Region of British Columbia.


Lida Xing

B.Sc., M.Sc.

Ph.D. Candidate

China University of Geosciences (Beijing)

School of Earth Sciences and Resources

   Since 2007, Lida has has been excited to pursue original research on the relationships among Jurassic-Cretaceous dinosaur tracks in China, and already has published several scientific papers. As a master's student at the University of Alberta (2010-2012), Lida has re- described the mysterious carnivore "Dilophosaurus sinensis".