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Dinosaurs of the Lost Continent | Dr. Scott Sampson, Paleontologist
Dinosaurs of the Lost Continent | Dr. Scott Sampson, Paleontologist
Published: 2016/05/05
Channel: Burke Museum
Nature Kids Clip: Dr. Scott Sampson
Nature Kids Clip: Dr. Scott Sampson
Published: 2012/08/19
Channel: Kenny Ballentine
jack mosley says he knows sampson the og from goossen gym EsNews Boxing
jack mosley says he knows sampson the og from goossen gym EsNews Boxing
Published: 2015/11/25
Channel: ESNEWS
Scott Sampson at Book Passage
Scott Sampson at Book Passage
Published: 2015/07/10
Channel: bookpassagetv
PBS at the TV Critics Press Tour | Scott Sampson interview
PBS at the TV Critics Press Tour | Scott Sampson interview
Published: 2009/08/07
Channel: PBS
Dr. Scott Sampson Keynote Address at CNC 2017
Dr. Scott Sampson Keynote Address at CNC 2017
Published: 2017/06/08
Channel: C&NN Video Archive
Florida Georgia Line - God, Your Mama, And Me ft. Backstreet Boys
Florida Georgia Line - God, Your Mama, And Me ft. Backstreet Boys
Published: 2017/02/21
Channel: FlaGeorgiaLineVEVO
Can Science Save Us with Dr. Scott Sampson
Can Science Save Us with Dr. Scott Sampson
Published: 2017/04/22
Channel: Conversations That Matter
Native American Hoop Dance by Scott,Sampson and Moontee Sinquah
Native American Hoop Dance by Scott,Sampson and Moontee Sinquah
Published: 2017/03/14
Channel: Moontee Sinquah
Dr. Scott Sampson at the Outdoors Summit
Dr. Scott Sampson at the Outdoors Summit
Published: 2015/07/06
Channel: Great Outdoors Colorado
Digging Dinosaurs!
Digging Dinosaurs!
Published: 2016/11/23
Channel: The Living Past
How to Raise a Wild Child by Dr. Scott Sampson
How to Raise a Wild Child by Dr. Scott Sampson
Published: 2015/03/24
Channel: HMH Books
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Mic'd Up: Kellen Sampson
Published: 2014/10/27
Channel: UHAthletics
Scott Sampson: Nature Kids Clip
Scott Sampson: Nature Kids Clip
Published: 2014/08/07
Channel: BSGSpeakers
Zoey Interviews Dr. Scott Sampson
Zoey Interviews Dr. Scott Sampson
Published: 2016/05/17
Channel: theroarbots
Scott Sampson: Reinventing the Human-Nature Relationship in the Digital Age
Scott Sampson: Reinventing the Human-Nature Relationship in the Digital Age
Published: 2014/08/07
Channel: BSGSpeakers
Straight Outta Oz (Deluxe Edition) by Todrick Hall
Straight Outta Oz (Deluxe Edition) by Todrick Hall
Published: 2017/03/21
Channel: todrickhall
Scott Sampson lecture in Salt Lake City
Scott Sampson lecture in Salt Lake City
Published: 2010/09/24
Channel: AmmonitePictures
Bridging the Human-Nature Divide - Scott Sampson, 2013 GSA Public Service Award Winner
Bridging the Human-Nature Divide - Scott Sampson, 2013 GSA Public Service Award Winner
Published: 2013/11/11
Channel: geosociety
Dr Scott Sampson - Science March Vancouver
Dr Scott Sampson - Science March Vancouver
Published: 2017/04/23
Channel: March for Science Vancouver
Utahceratops - Video Learning - WizScience.com
Utahceratops - Video Learning - WizScience.com
Published: 2015/08/05
Channel: Wiz Science™
Dr. Scott Sampson visiting families at Museum of the Earth / WSKG
Dr. Scott Sampson visiting families at Museum of the Earth / WSKG
Published: 2014/06/09
Channel: WSKG Public Media
ROLE MODELS | Dr. Scott Sampson | PBS KIDS
ROLE MODELS | Dr. Scott Sampson | PBS KIDS
Published: 2016/03/02
Channel: PBS KIDS
Dr. Scott Sampson / WSKG
Dr. Scott Sampson / WSKG
Published: 2014/06/09
Channel: WSKG Public Media
Dr Scott Sampson - Paleontologist & American Graduate Champion
Dr Scott Sampson - Paleontologist & American Graduate Champion
Published: 2016/02/19
Channel: WFYI American Graduate
Dr. Scott Sampson at Museum of the Earth / WSKG
Dr. Scott Sampson at Museum of the Earth / WSKG
Published: 2014/06/09
Channel: WSKG Public Media
February Wrap Up Pt. 2
February Wrap Up Pt. 2
Published: 2017/03/06
Channel: Mountain School
A message to Dr Scott, Paleontologist
A message to Dr Scott, Paleontologist
Published: 2012/04/04
Channel: Beth P
Dinosaur Hunter: Smithsonian Scientist Matthew Carrano
Dinosaur Hunter: Smithsonian Scientist Matthew Carrano
Published: 2011/09/29
Channel: Smithsonian
Dean Scott
Dean Scott
Published: 2017/06/18
Channel: Tony Scott
Dr Scott on How to Raise a Wild Child
Dr Scott on How to Raise a Wild Child
Published: 2015/03/25
Channel: Root House Studio
100 Praise & Worship Songs
100 Praise & Worship Songs
Published: 2015/05/23
Channel: Yacob
Conifers - Dinosaur Train - The Jim Henson Company
Conifers - Dinosaur Train - The Jim Henson Company
Published: 2015/09/20
Channel: The Jim Henson Company
Dr. Scott Sampson
Dr. Scott Sampson's TED rehearsal - Service Businesses and the Inevitable Decline of Interaction
Published: 2016/03/17
Channel: Scott Sampson
How to Raise a Wild Child (with Dr. Scott Sampson) - Vlog #30
How to Raise a Wild Child (with Dr. Scott Sampson) - Vlog #30
Published: 2017/06/26
Channel: Michael Kwan
Dr. Scott Sampson Previews His Presentation for the 2016 NRPA Annual Conference
Dr. Scott Sampson Previews His Presentation for the 2016 NRPA Annual Conference
Published: 2016/08/09
Channel: National Recreation and Park Association
MIND Reviews How to Raise a Wild Child
MIND Reviews How to Raise a Wild Child
Published: 2015/07/24
Channel: Wochit News
Getting to Know the Neighbors! Dr. Scott of Dinosaur Train at the Cayuga Nature Center
Getting to Know the Neighbors! Dr. Scott of Dinosaur Train at the Cayuga Nature Center
Published: 2014/07/18
Channel: Paleontological Research Institution
Interview with Dr. Scott the Paleontologist (Dinosaur Train) at USA Science and Engineering Festival
Interview with Dr. Scott the Paleontologist (Dinosaur Train) at USA Science and Engineering Festival
Published: 2016/04/22
Channel: Kids Doing STEAM and Robotology
Asher gets to see Dr. Scott, the paleontologist!
Asher gets to see Dr. Scott, the paleontologist!
Published: 2014/02/11
Channel: Ari Hagler
Scott Sampson - Tubing January 2012
Scott Sampson - Tubing January 2012
Published: 2012/01/22
Channel: Landon W
Scott Sampson - With Mr. Kitty
Scott Sampson - With Mr. Kitty
Published: 2012/09/17
Channel: B8him
Road Less Traveled - John Sampson Ph.D.’96, M.H.S.’07, M.B.A.’11
Road Less Traveled - John Sampson Ph.D.’96, M.H.S.’07, M.B.A.’11
Published: 2016/02/26
Channel: Duke Forward
Matthew loves Dr. Scott
Matthew loves Dr. Scott
Published: 2012/01/09
Channel: suzimonstrocity
Masiakasaurus - Video Learning - WizScience.com
Masiakasaurus - Video Learning - WizScience.com
Published: 2015/08/04
Channel: Wiz Science™
Spinosaurus - Dinosaur Train - The Jim Henson Company
Spinosaurus - Dinosaur Train - The Jim Henson Company
Published: 2015/08/05
Channel: The Jim Henson Company
Ornithomimus - Dinosaur Train - The Jim Henson Company
Ornithomimus - Dinosaur Train - The Jim Henson Company
Published: 2015/03/05
Channel: The Jim Henson Company
Benson smiling at Dr. Scott the Paleontologist
Benson smiling at Dr. Scott the Paleontologist
Published: 2015/03/17
Channel: BritniJean
The Extinction of Experience: Youth, Nature, and Sustainability in the Digital Age (2011)
The Extinction of Experience: Youth, Nature, and Sustainability in the Digital Age (2011)
Published: 2014/12/19
Channel: uofucontinue
Listen to How to Raise a Wild Child Audiobook by Scott Sampson, narrated by Sean Runnette
Listen to How to Raise a Wild Child Audiobook by Scott Sampson, narrated by Sean Runnette
Published: 2017/01/17
Channel: Emile Main
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Scott D. Sampson
Born Vancouver, BC, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Fields Paleontology, Science Communication
Institutions Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Science World British Columbia
Alma mater University of Toronto, University of British Columbia
Website
http://www.scottsampson.net/

Scott Donald Sampson (born April 22, 1961) is a Canadian paleontologist and science communicator. Dr. Sampson is currently the President and CEO of Science World in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He was previously Vice President of Research & Collections and Chief Curator at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science,.[1][2] Sampson is notable for his work on the carnivorous theropod dinosaurs Majungasaurus and Masiakasaurus and his extensive research into the Late Cretaceous Period, particularly in Madagascar.[3][4]

Background[edit]

Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Sampson studied for a Ph.D. in Zoology from the University of Toronto. For his doctorate he produced a thesis on two newly found species of ceratopsids, dated to the Late Cretaceous period in Montana and the growth and function of ceratopsid horns and frills.[5] Sampson graduated from the University of Toronto in 1993 and worked for a year at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. Then he worked for five years as an assistant professor of anatomy at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine on Long Island.[5] In 1999 he accepted positions as assistant professor in the Department of Geology and Geophysics and curator of vertebrate paleontology at the Utah Museum of Natural History (nowadays called the Natural History Museum of Utah and relocated in the new Rio Tinto Center as of 2011). Sampson resided in California at this time, but continued his research with the Utah museum as a research curator.[5] In February 2013, Sampson took a position as Vice President of Research and Collections at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.[6]

Utah Museum of Natural History where Sampson has been a curator since 1999. As seen in the photograph these former exhibits were dismantled in 2011 when the museum moved to the new Rio Tinto Center and changed name to Natural History Museum of Utah.

Sampson is featured as "Dr. Scott the paleontologist" on the PBS television series, Dinosaur Train. In this television series he mentions he gave Masiakasaurus its name and also mentions on a separate episode of The Dinosaur Train that he participated in naming Kosmoceratops. In 2003 he hosted Dinosaur Planet, a series of four animated nature documentaries which aired on the Discovery Channel.[7] The series was narrated by Christian Slater. His latest book, Dinosaur Odyssey: Fossil Threads in the Web of Life was published by University of California Press in 2009.[8] The book, aimed at the general public reconstructs the odyssey of the dinosaurs from their origins on the supercontinent of Pangaea, and explores the way in which dinosaurs ecologically interacted in an expansive web of relationships with other organisms and their natural environment, underscoring "paradigm shifts", which conceptualize the nature of the dinosaurian world.[9][10]

Research[edit]

Aside from his research conducted in museums, Sampson has undertaken paleontological fieldwork in countries such as Zimbabwe, South Africa and Madagascar as well as the United States and Canada.[5] His specialist fields of research include phylogenetics, functional morphology, and evolution of Late Cretaceous dinosaurs.[5] Sampson is particularly notable for his work on the carnivorous theropod dinosaur Majungasaurus and his studies into the paleobiogeography of Gondwana.[11][12][13][14][15] In 1995 he made a phylogenetic analysis of the Centrosaurinae and Ceratopsidae in the state of Montana and produced two papers on these horned dinosaurs of the Late Cretaceous. Sampson also published a paper documenting the discovery of the first Tyrannosaurus specimen found in Utah, as well as the first evidence of coexistence between Tyrannosaurus and sauropods.[16]

Majungasaurus. Sampson has studied fossils of the dinosaur in Madagascar

In 1998 he conducted thorough paleontological studies into the Cretaceous period in Madagascar and published several papers on it. These include Predatory dinosaur remains from Madagascar: Implications for the Cretaceous biogeography of Gondwana. and The theropodan ancestry of birds: New evidence from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar, both published in 1998. In 2001 he returned to Madagascar and conducted some important research into the evolution of Gondwanan theropods, publishing a paper on it, entitled A bizarre predatory dinosaur from Madagascar: implications for the evolution of Gondwanan theropods. In 2007 he published Dental morphology and variation in Majungasaurus crenatissimus (Theropoda: Abelisauridae) from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar.[11]

Sampson stresses the importance of evolution in understanding the dynamics of ecology in everyday life and that is underplayed in modern society:

"The web of life is composed of two distinctly different kinds of threads‹those that link organisms at any given moment in time through the flow of energy (ecology), and those that link all lifeforms through deep time via genetic information and shared common ancestry (evolution). Seen from this dual and complementary perspective, the two themes are inseparable. Without evolution, our vision is severely limited to the present day and we cannot begin to fathom the blossoming of life's diversity from single-celled forebears. Without ecology, the intricate interconnections we share with the current panoply of lifeforms cannot truly be envisioned. United in a single theme, evolution and ecology provide a powerful lens through which to view life's web, forming the foundation of an integrated and underutilized perspective on nature. In short, we need dramatic increases in levels of both ecological literacy, or "ecoliteracy," and evolutionary literacy, or "evoliteracy," with this dynamic pair of concepts reinforcing each other."[7]

Selected publications[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.dmns.org/about-us/board-of-trustees-and-executive-profiles/scott-sampson/
  2. ^ Wilford, John Noble (5 May 2005). "The Making of a Vegetarian: A Dinosaur Is Caught in the Act". The New York Times. 
  3. ^ Krause, David W.; Sampson, Scott D.; Carrano, Matthew T.; O'Connor, Patrick M. (2007). "Overview of the history of discovery, taxonomy, phylogeny, and biogeography of Majungasaurus crenatissimus (Theropoda: Abelisauridae) from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar". In Sampson, Scott D.; Krause, David W. Majungasaurus crenatissimus (Theropoda: Abelisauridae) from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Memoir 8. pp. 1–20. 
  4. ^ Sampson, Scott D.; Witmer, Lawrence M. (2007). "Cranofacial anatomy of Majungasaurus crenatissimus (Theropoda: Abelisauridae) from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar". In Sampson, Scott D.; Krause, David W. Majungasaurus crenatissimus (Theropoda: Abelisauridae) from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar. He gave Masiakasaurus its name and also mentions on an episode of The Dinosaur Train that he participated in naming Kosmoceratops. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Memoir 8. pp. 32–102. 
  5. ^ a b c d e "Museum Staff Profiles: Collections and Research Department: Scott Sampson, Ph.D.". Utah Museum of Natural History. Retrieved May 26, 2010. 
  6. ^ Rinaldi, Ray. "Denver Museum of Nature & Science appoints TV’s "Dr. Scott the Paleontologist" to head its research team". Denver Post. Retrieved 17 April 2013. 
  7. ^ a b "The Real Crisis in Evolution Teaching". Edge. September 29, 2005. Retrieved May 26, 2010. 
  8. ^ Sampson, Scott D. (2009). Dinosaur Odyssey: Fossil Threads in the Web of Life. University of California Press. ISBN 978-0-520-24163-3. 
  9. ^ "Dinosaur Odyssey Fossil Threads in the Web of Life". University of California Press. Retrieved May 26, 2010. 
  10. ^ "Integrative and Comparative Biology Advance Access". Oxford University Journals. May 14, 2010. Retrieved May 26, 2010. 
  11. ^ a b Smith, Joshua B. (2007). "Dental morphology and variation in Majungasaurus crenatissimus (Theropoda: Abelisauridae) from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar". In Sampson, Scott D.; Krause, David W. Majungasaurus crenatissimus (Theropoda: Abelisauridae) from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Memoir 8. pp. 103–126. 
  12. ^ Sampson, Scott D.; Carrano, Matthew T.; Forster, Catherine A. (2001). "A bizarre predatory dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar". Nature. 409 (6819): 504–506. PMID 11206544. doi:10.1038/35054046. 
  13. ^ Sampson, Scott D.; Krause, David W.; Dodson, Peter; Forster, Catherine A. (1996). "The premaxilla of Majungasaurus (Dinosauria: Theropoda), with implications for Gondwanan paleobiogeography". Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 16 (4): 601–605. doi:10.1080/02724634.1996.10011350. 
  14. ^ Sampson, Scott D.; Witmer, Lawrence M.; Forster, Catherine A.; Krause, David W.; O'Connor, Patrick M.; Dodson, Peter; Ravoavy, Florent (1998). "Predatory dinosaur remains from Madagascar: implications for the Cretaceous biogeography of Gondwana". Science. 280 (5366): 1048–1081. PMID 9582112. doi:10.1126/science.280.5366.1048. 
  15. ^ Sampson, Scott D.; Krause, David W. (2007). "Craniofacial anatomy of Majungasaurus crenatissimus (Theropoda: Abelisauridae) from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar". Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 27 (supplement 2): 32–102. doi:10.1671/0272-4634(2007)27[32:CAOMCT]2.0.CO;2. 
  16. ^ Sampson, Scott D., and Mark A. Loewen. “Tyrannosaurus Rex from the Upper Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) North Horn Formation of Utah: Biogeographic and Paleoecologic Implications.” Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, vol. 25, no. 2, 2005, pp. 469–472. www.jstor.org/stable/4524461.

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