This special issue is being published to mark the passage of a century since Barnum Brown made a remarkable discovery in the badlands of Alberta. Brown was from the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York, and he had come to Alberta the previous year (1909) to check a report of dinosaur bones near the present-day town of Drumheller. He had been impressed enough to mount an expedition that set off in a flat-bottomed scow down the Red Deer River on August 3, 1910. As they floated downstream, they frequently stopped and looked for fossils in the badlands....

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