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         Paleobotany:     more books (100)
  1. Paleobotany lab manual: An interdisciplinary approach by Robert A Gastaldo, 1983
  2. Bibliography of North American paleobotany for 1985 by Gary E Dolph, 1986
  3. Application of paleobotany to the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary problem (New York Academy of Sciences. Transactions) by Erling Dorf, 1942
  4. Paleobotany by Robert Kidston, 1923
  5. Contributions to paleobotany of South America, (The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Geology) by Edward Wilber Berry, 1937
  6. Laboratory exercises in paleobotany and vertebrate paleontology by Greg J Retallack, 1985
  7. Paleobotany by R. W. Chaney, 1947
  8. Introduction To Paleobotany by ArnoldChesterA, 1947
  9. On the stratigraphy and paleobotany of the Cenozoic plant beds of the Sendai area by Haruo Okutsu, 1955
  10. Part 1: The positions and climatic changes of Pangaea and five southeast Asian plates during permian and triassic times ; Gerhard O.W. Kremp. Part 2: Twelve ... paleobotany, and related sciences) by Gerhard O. W Kremp, 1977
  11. Growth of paleobotany in relation to biostratigraphy of India (Sir Albert Charles Seward Memorial lecture) by A. K Ghosh, 1979
  12. Holocene paleoenvironmental evolution of a perimarine fluviatile area: Geology and paleobotany of the area surrounding the archeological excavation at ... (Analecta praehistorica leidensia) by J. D. van der Woude, 1983
  13. Contributions to Pennsylvanian paleobotany Mazocarpon oedipternum,: Sp. nov. and Sigillarian relationships, (Illinois.State geological survey.Report of investigations) by James Morton Schopf, 1941
  14. Saporta and Williamson and their work in paleobotany by Lester Frank Ward, 1895

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