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  1. Synopsis of lectures in Paleontology 1: Outline and general principles of the history of life, (University of California syllabus series) by Ralph Works Chaney, 1934
  2. Partial skull of Paleosinopa simpsoni (Mammalia, Insectivora), latest Paleocene Hoback Formation, central western Wyoming, with some general remarks on ... of Paleontology, the University of Michigan) by John Adam Dorr, 1977
  3. Twentieth Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey.. 1898-99 Part II - General Geology and Paleontology by Charles D. Walcott, 1900
  4. Geology and Paleontology of South East Asia by Tellchi Kobayashi, 1983-02
  5. Fundamentals of Paleontology, v. 1: General Part Protozoa
  6. Paleontology of Vertebrates by Norman King, 1998-01-01
  7. Invertebrate Paleontology Chart by H. Eltgen, 1992-03-20
  8. The Fossil Collector's Handbook: A Paleontology Field Guide (Phalarope Books) by James MacDonald, J. R. MacDonald, 1983-11
  9. Gorgon: Paleontology, Obsession, and the Greatest Catastrophe in Earth's History by Peter Ward, 2004-01-19
  10. Quest for the African Dinosaurs: Ancient Roots of the Modern World by Louis Jacobs, 2000-07-25
  11. Neogene, Paleontology of the Manonga Valley, Tanzania: A Window into the Evolutionary History of East Africa (Topics in Geobiology)
  12. Bone Sharps, Cowboys, and Thunder Lizards: A Tale of Edward Drinker Cope, Othniel Charles Marsh, and the Gilded Age of Paleontology by Jim Ottaviani, Zander Cannon, et all 2005-10-01
  13. The Bone Hunters: The Heroic Age of Paleontology in the American West by Url Lanham, 1992-01-08
  14. Tempo and Mode in Evolution: Genetics and Paleontology 50 Years After Simpson by for the National Academy of Sciences, 1995-01-26

41. Earth Resources/Materials, Geology, Geomorphology, Paleontology
Science Education. GEOSPHERE. Earth History and Resources/Materials Geology general - Geomorphology - paleontology - Soil Science.

42. General Natural Science And Earth Science Paleontology Links
paleontology Links. Public education and current projectsin paleontology. Fossil Collections of the World. USGS paleontology page.
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43. Vertebrate Paleontology - Harvard University
Inquiries general information. Inquiries concerning the operations of the Departmentof Vertebrate paleontology may be directed to Ms. Phebe Eckfeldt at (617
collection overview database Preparation lab inquiries general information ... personnel Inquiries: general information Inquiries concerning the operations of the Department of Vertebrate Paleontology may be directed to Ms. Phebe Eckfeldt at (617) 495-2406. Ordinarily the scientific and curatorial staff cannot engage in extensive extramural consultations, interviews, or projects because of research commitments, instructional obligations, and other academic duties. Inquiries concerning school group visits or projects should be directed to the Education Department of the Harvard Museums of Natural History at (617) 495-2341. Requests for assistance in identifying fossil vertebrate specimens may be directed to Charles R. Schaff, Curatorial Associate in Vertebrate Paleontology (Tel: 617-496-1053) e-mail: . (FAX: 617-495-5667) collection overview database Preparation lab inquiries general information ... personnel All content �President and Fellows of Harvard College

44. Non-vertebrate Paleontology Lab
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45. Biology Resources
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46. Home Page | Catalogs | How To Order
Lingua Terrae catalog. general paleontology, evolution, and regional faunas.Abel, O. 1924. Lehrbuch der Paläozoologie. 2nd ed. Fischer, Jena.
Home page Catalogs How to order Lingua Terrae catalog General paleontology, evolution,
and regional faunas
Abel, O. 1924. Lehrbuch der Paläozoologie 2nd ed. Fischer, Jena. 523 pp., 700 fig./phot. Orig. cloth. Abel, O. 1921. Allgemeine Paläontologie . Sammlung Göschen 95; 149 pp., 54 fig./phot. Orig. boards, sm8vo. Abel, O. 1927. Lebensbilder aus der Tierwelt der Vorzeit . 2. Aufl. Fischer, Jena. 714 pp., 551 fig., 2 col. pl. Orig. cloth. the same, 1st ed., 1922. Abel, O., n.d., ca. 1930. Die Methoden der paleobiologischen Forschung . Extract Handb. Der biologischen Arbeitsmethoden, Abt. X; pp. 129-312, 120 fig. New wrps., lg8vo. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica Vol. 1-46 , 1956-2001. In 151 original issues (2-4/annum), with libr. stamp on front cover. Lacks 7 issues, i.e.: 2-4, 6-2, 10-1, 10-4, 12-1, 22-2, 38-1/2. Evolutionary paleoecology . Columbia Univ. Press, new York. 357 pp., figs. Paperback. Ameghiniana. Revista de la Asociacion Paleontologica Argentina T. I-XVII , 1957-1980. Lacks Vol. IV (1965-66). Bound in half cloth libr. boards. Anderson, E.M. 1936.

47. General Magazines - Journal Of Vertebrate Paleontology
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general SUBJECT PHOTOGRAPHS. paleontology to Surveying. P paleontology (Colorado).Penitentes. Ceremonies. Ceremonies (Drawings). Moradas. Wayside Crosses.
GENERAL SUBJECT PHOTOGRAPHS Paleontology to Surveying P: Paleontology (Colorado). Penitentes. Ceremonies. Ceremonies (Drawings). Moradas. Wayside Crosses. Petrified Man. Petroleum. California. Colorado. Adams County. - Pan American Oil Field. Boulder County. Fremont County. Garfield County. Jackson County. Mesa County. Moffat County. Montezuma County. Rio Blanco County. Routt County. Weld County. Yuma County. Kansas. New Mexico. Continental Oil Company. Oklahoma. Utah. Wyoming. Photography. SEE ALSO: Biography. Hillers, J. M. SEE ALSO: Biography. Doll, P. H. Photography (Color). Photography (Nitrate Film). Photography (Tintypes). Babberger. Baker and Johnston. Barry, David F. (Subject List For Photographs). Bates and Muhr. Beebe. Bellsmith, H. S. Brady, Mathew B. Brisbois. Britton. Brown, N. and Son. Carbanati, H. Carlson, Peter. Chamberlain, William Gunnison. Chamberlain W. G. (Not Identified or Listed). Chamberlain W. G. Chase, Mrs. B. B. Chase, D. B. Chase, M. E. Clements. Collins and Gregg. Danielson, F. M.

49. PaleoPages: Webs/General
This page is devoted to the use of mathematical models, simulation, computer graphicsand computers in general in paleontology (Added 16May-2000 Hits 139 ).
Web Links Dedicated to Palaeontology
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  • belgafossmine - Description générale des différents étages connus en Belgique agrémentés de photos de fossiles et de cartes géologique, liste d'échange et lexique. new (Added: 27-May-2004 Hits: 2 )
  • Nuit des temps - Night of Times - French site about Lebanon fossils fishes with pictures and classification. new (Added: 11-May-2004 Hits: 43 )
  • e-fossils - We are fanatical fossil collectors who spend most of our lives in gravel pits and quarries (much to our wives' consternation!). We have decided it is about time to display some of the fossils we unearth and at the same time show how we extract and prepare them. Many of our better specimens have ended up in museums e.g. a crocodile skull, a 4 metre Ichthyosaurus, mammoth remains and numerous ammonites. pop (Added: 20-Sep-2000 Hits: 763 )
  • A Collection of Eocene and Oligocene Fossils - A Collection of Eocene and Oligocene Fossils from the Headon Beds, Barton Beds and Bracklesham Beds of England. (Added: 16-Apr-2002 Hits: 261 )
  • A Paleobotanical Field Trip To Sailor Flat - The Farwest Geoscience Foundation's field trip to an abandoned hydraulic gold mine in California's Mother Lode country, to collect Middle Eocene leaves and seeds.

50. Treatise On Invertebrate Paleontology
Treatise on Invertebrate paleontology Part S ECHINODERMATA 1 general CharactersHomalozoa Crinozoa (Exept Crinoidea) (2-volume-Set) Vol.1 general
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Fossilization (Taphonomy), Biogeography and Biostratigraphy

General introduction: Biostratinomy (the study of the manner in which fossils become orientated and arranged in rocks), fossil diagenesis (the processes acting upon sediment and its constituents from deposition to eventual alteration by metamorphism or weathering), and biogeography and biostratigraphy from the Precambrian to the Quarternary.
1979. 592 pp., hardcover - TREA EUR 75,00 Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology
Sarcodina, chiefly "Thecamoebians" and Foraminifera (2-volume-set)
Sarcodina, Rhizopodea, Lobosia, Amoebida, Mycetozoida, "Thecamoebians", Granuloreticulosia, Athalmida, Foraminiferida, Reitlingerellida, Xenophyphorida, Labryinthulida. 1964. 936 pp. in 2 volumes, hardcover. - TREC2V

51. General Information-Principles Of Paleontology (12:121)-University Of Iowa
Principles of paleontology (12121) University of Iowa. general Information.Fall 2003. Instructor Dr. Ann F. Budd, 255 TH or 121C
Principles of Paleontology (12:121
University of Iowa General Information Fall 2003 Instructor : Dr. Ann F. Budd, 255 TH or 121C TH, 335-1817, Office hours: 10:30-12 noon TTh Teaching Assistant Danielle Shapo Office hours: MWF Department Geoscience 121 TH, 335-1818, Chair: Dr. Ann F. Budd , 121C-TH Course goals and objectives : to provide an introduction to data collection and analysis in paleontology, with an emphasis on analyses of changes in marine biodiversity and communities through geologic time. Class Meetings
  • Students enrolled in 12:121 are expected to attend all lectures. Lectures are given in 125 TH on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9:30 AM . See details in Syllabus and Lecture Information Students are also expected to attend one lab per week, either Thursday or Friday at 1:30-3:20 PM in 227 TH (see details in Lab Schedule ). Labs DO meet during the first week of classes.
Lectures : Lectures will cover material in the text and additional readings. Some of the additional readings (e.g., journal articles) will be placed on reserve in the Geoscience Library (136 TH); other readings will be on the course website. Lecture notes and important announcements will be posted on the course website after each lecture.

52. Paleontology In The 21st Century: Paleontology In Museums And Institutes In The
museum staff can provide welcome scientific background, enhance collections, andgenerate good will for the institution and for paleontology in general.
    Paleontology in the 21st Century
    (An International Senckenberg Conference and Workshop)
    Reports and Recommendations
Paleontology in Museums and Institutes in the 21st Century Douglas H. Erwin (Smithsonian Institution, Department of Paleobiology, MRC 121, Washington DC 20560-0001, USA). INTRODUCTION
Our discussions began with the recognition that the fundamental basis of all paleontological research is specimens and collections. These specimens may exist in the field, but much of our knowledge of them is with reference to material held in museum collections. Since the collections of individual researchers are ephemeral, museums and research institutions serve as the ultimate repositories for our documentation of the history of life, in addition to their role documenting past discoveries and as reference for future studies.
The second key theme is that museums provide the intersection between the general public and fossils. The contact with actual specimens provides immediacy to the message of museums that is not possible in any other medium. Consequently, museums play a primary role in conveying the excitement of the history of life, methods of scientific inquiry, and the vital importance of collections to the public.

53. Paleontology In The 21st Century: Human Resources And Education
ties with administrators and take the time and the opportunity to discuss the nature,costs, and benefits of science in general and paleontology in particular
    Paleontology in the 21st Century
    (An International Senckenberg Conference and Workshop)
    Reports and Recommendations
Human Resources and Education Dale A. Springer (Dept. of Geography and Earth Science, Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA 17815 USA) Fernando Alvarez (Departamento de Geologia, Universidad de Oviedo, Oviedo, SPAIN) Sandra J. Carlson (Department of Geology, University of California, Davis, CA 95616 USA) David MacKinnon (Department of Geology, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND) INTRODUCTION We have identified a number of issues facing academic paleontologists now and into the next century. The list is certainly not exhaustive. Many of these items are interrelated, and it is, therefore, often difficult or impossible to provide a simple solution for any single issue. In some instances, there may be more questions presented than answers offered. We hope these paragraphs will at least provide a starting point for further discussion. Critical Issues. We divide the issues, perhaps artificially, as follows.
  • Those issues that involve the selling of paleontology to various constituencies.

54. Palaeontology
Computational paleontology concerned with the use of mathematical models,simulation, computer graphics and computers in general in paleontology.
Palæos: Palaeontology PALAEONTOLOGY Palaeontology
Evolution ...
Paleontology Fossils Trace Fossils Palynology Books
Palaeocoma egertoni
Middle Lias Formation, Starfish Bed. ( Jurassic Period
Bridport, Dorset, England.
Complete specimen, measuring 9.5 cm across, on matrix.
The study of ancient life, on the basis of fossil remains
"To trace that life in its manifold changes through past ages to the present is a ... difficult task, but one from which modern science does not shrink. In this wide field, every earnest effort will meet with some degree of success; every year will add new and important facts; and every generation will bring to light some law, in accordance with which ancient life has been changed into life as we see it around us to-day."
O.C. Marsh,
Vice Presidential Address, AAAS, August 30, 1877 Paleontology (or Palaeontology) is the study of prehistoric animal and plant life through the analysis of fossil remains. The study of these remains enables scientists to trace the evolutionary history of extinct as well as living organisms. Paleontologists also play a major role in unraveling the mysteries of the earth's rock strata (layers). Using detailed information on how fossils are distributed in these layers of rock, paleontologists help prepare accurate geologic maps, which are essential in the search for oil, water, and minerals The importance of geology in paleontology cannot be overemphasized. We deal with the tiny fraction of organisms which happened to be buried in deposits of an appropriate sediment, which were subsequently preserved, which were subsequently lithified, which were not subsequently metamorphosed or eroded or buried outside of our reach, which were later exposed, and which were discovered and identified.

55. New Scientist Web Links
Field Adventures in paleontology Enthusiastically written site by a Palaeontologistwho the realm of the Swedish Natural History Museum general web-site and

56. Fact Sheet: GeoRef
and sealevel changes. 08 paleontology, general studies of both fossil plantsand animals. life origin, paleontological textbooks, paleontological
GeoRef Field Codes Document Delivery Serials Source List The GeoRef database, established by the American Geological Institute (AGI) in 1966, provides access to the geoscience literature of the world. GeoRef is the most comprehensive AGI database in the geosciences and continues to grow by more than 60,000 references a year. The database contains over 2.2 million references to geoscience journal articles, books, maps, conference papers, reports and theses. The GeoRef database covers the geology of North America from 1785 to the present and the geology of the rest of the world from 1933 to the present. The database includes references to all publications of the U.S. Geological Survey. Masters' theses and doctoral dissertations from US and Canadian universities are also covered. To maintain the database, GeoRef editor/indexers regularly scan more than 3,500 journals in 40 languages as well as new books, maps, and reports. They record the bibliographic data for each document and assign index terms to describe it. Each month between 4,000 and 7,000 new references are added to the database and also printed in the Bibliography and Index of Geology A subscription to the GeoRef database also includes access to the GeoRef In Process database (so both databases can be searched at once) and a link to the GeoRef Preview database on the AGI web site.

57. BIOSIS | Resource Guide | General Vertebrates
Barbara Mueum of Natural History VRTPALEO vertebrate paleontology discussion list birdsthroughout the world Western Wildlife general information, photographs
Pull Down for Destinations BIOSIS Previews Zoological Record MethodsFinder Index to Organism Names Internet Resource Guide for Zoology User Support Search Sitemap Index Help with this Site
Resource Guide
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See also Fish Amphibians Reptiles Birds and Mammals A B C ... Ahl al Oughlam a Pliocene locality (2.5 million years old) in Morocco, which has yielded 80 species of vertebrates, mainly mammals and birds
Albinos Page
pictures and material of albino and leucistic animals
vertebrate evolution exhibit
Animal Diversity Web
University of Michigan Museum of Zoology
Animals of the Arctic
created by students, includes pictures and activities
Australian Museum : Vertebrate Division
annotated bibliography
Bibliography of Fossil Vertebrates (BFV Online)
the indexed published literature of Vertebrate Paleontology, 1509-1993
Biological collections databases
available on Internet
'Biologues' of Wildlife Species
Australian Biological Resources Study
Checklist of the Vertebrates of Mississippi

Cornell University Vertebrate Collections
Craniata Tree of Life Critter Daniel Shapiro's Zoonosis Page Digital Morphology Group Image Folio University of Texas, online library of CT scanned images and movies of vertebrate skeletons

58. BIOSIS | Resource Guide | General Invertebrates
paleontology including Type Collection Database search Freshwater Invertebrate Surveyof Suffolk (FISS) information on freshwater invertebrates in general and
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Links to resources related to invertebrates in general.
For more specific groups of animals refer to our Animals Guide
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Aquatic Invertebrate Taxon Advisory Group (AITAG)
American Zoo and Aquarium Association (AZA)
Aquatic Invertebrates of Montana
species lists and biological information
Arizona Sedimentary Geology and Paleontology Resource
information on fossil sites, geologic formations, and identifications of Arizona's vast array of marine and lacustrine fossil invertebrates
Australian Museum : Invertebrate Zoology Division
BBCWS entomology and invertebrates resources
Benthic Invertebrates of Icelandic Waters (BIOICE)
programme started 1992, collaborative research on marine benthic fauna around Iceland by Icelandic and Nordic institutes and universities together with many taxonomists from around the world
specimen databases available on line
Black smoker fossils and vent fauna
mineralogy project, Natural History Mueseum, london

59. The Paleontological Society
This page is devoted to the use of mathematical models, simulation,computer graphics and computers in general in paleontology.
ABOUT THE SOCIETY About Us Officers Society Committees Consitution and Bylaws ... Apply For Membership PUBLICATIONS Journal of Paleontology Paleobiology Special Publications, Society Papers, Short Courses, and Free Brochures Other Publication Links OTHER LINKS Media Services Paleontology Resources Distinguished Lecturer Series THE PALEONTOLOGICAL SOCIETY
Links to Other Paleontology Resources
Numerous resources exist on the net for learning more about the history of life on earth. Here are some of them:
General Interest
Early Classics in Biogeography, Distribution, and Diversity Studies: To 1950 - This web site consists of a bibliography "enhanced" in several ways, including the addition ot links to web-based biographical information on the authors involved, and the full-text of many of the entries. This site was featured in "Science" in June of 2002. A "1951-1975" period sequel is scheduled forintroduction later this year. I Want to Be a Paleontologist!

60. MAD.SCI Libe:Paleontology
paleontology. general * Hooper Virtual Paleontological Museum Anentire Virtual Museum started by Dr. Ken Hooper. The online

  • Hooper Virtual Paleontological Museum : An entire 'Virtual Museum' started by Dr. Ken Hooper. The online exhibits are a delight to visit.
  • U. California, Berkeley - Museum of Paleontology : Has online exhibits and information concerning dinosaurs and many other areas. Their FAQ about Paleontology is worth reading!
  • Smithsonian Institution - Department of Paleontology : A virtual version of their Paleontology Wing.
  • Geology 102 by Pamela Gore of the University of Georgia has a good outline format for easy references to relevant geological events and structures.
  • The Paleo Ring : An introduction to a group of content-heavy web sites concerning paleontology. Dinosuars
  • Dino Russ' Lair : Illinois Geological Service. Lots of information about dinosaurs, fossils and other aspects of paleontology.
  • The Dinosauricon by Michael Keesey has an exhaustive list of all known dinosaurs including cladograms, indices, and paleo-maps for each genus. (Also try Dinosauria Fossils
  • The Burgess Shale Project : Explore one of the most remarkable fossil sites on the planet. The Bugess Shale is one of the few places containing fossilized remains of invertebrates from the Cambrian Explosion, a period of rapid speciation occurring approximately 500 million years ago. Additional online information can be found at the
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