PalArch’s objectives

The PalArch’s Journal of Vertebrate Palaeontology advances research that is focused on palaeontology and approaches in studies of vertebrate palaeontology, which opens up new discussions, and areas of exploration. It focuses on developments on disciplines such as (functional) morphology, museology, paleoecology, paleoichnology, phylogeny, preparation/conservation, taphonomy. The editorial board is drawn from likes of palaeontology and submissions should reflect that interdisciplinary engagement. Scholars from relevant fields are asked to review, comment and give acceptance for the works submitted to the journal, bringing palaeontology to a wider forum in the process.