Selected Internet Resources University Arthropod Museum; Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University;ashfall fossil beds State Historical Park; The Ashmolean Museum http://www.smsu.edu/contrib/library/resource/museum.html
Selected Internet Resources Alaska University Museum; Arkansas University Arthropod Museum; ashfall fossil BedsState Park; of California Museum of paleontology UCMP Berkeley; University of http://www.smsu.edu/contrib/library/resource/mRZ.html
Directory :: Look.com University of Nebraska State Museum Nebraska State Museum Online museum withprimarily vertebrate fossil exhibits, including ashfall fossil beds Park. http://www.look.com/searchroute/directorysearch.asp?p=189902
Andrew MacRae - Current Projects Mohawk River Valley, New York; Florissant fossil beds, Colorado; fossil insects inamber excellent images Mesa County Colorado dinosaurs; ashfall Park, Nebraska; http://www.geo.ucalgary.ca/~macrae/
Extractions: The University of Calgary, Dept. of Geology and Geophysics Personal photo: Why do people put these things on home pages? Materials on this page are (c) 1994 unless otherwise noted. Please contact the author for distribution details. There probably will not be a problem anyway, but please ask. Palynology and sequence stratigraphy of Late Albian (latest Early Cretaceous) sediments and volcanics, Axel Heiberg Island, Canadian Arctic. Successfully defended December 4, 1996. This page will soon be moving. I am not sure where, but it will be somewhere in Nova Scotia (.ns.ca), the location of my new, temporary job as a visiting fellow at GSC Atlantic. I will add a pointer to the new page when I have a URL. Not everything will be moving, so get it while you can. Kanguk Peninsula field area. View looking west towards Twin Diapirs (Carboniferous-Permian evaporite diapirs) in the forground, and Split Mountain (to the right) on Kanguk Peninsula, western Axel Heiberg Island, Canadian Arctic. The youngest units visible are the black basalt flows of the Strand Fiord Formation, capping cliffs over 800 metres tall on Split Mountain, about 6km away. These are underlain (in order) by thin black shales of the Bastion Ridge Formation (marine), the Hassel Formation (sandstone, nearshore marine) and Christopher Formation (shale, shelf marine), all Cretaceous in age, and the subjects of the study. In the foreground, around the orange-yellow diapirs, some of the sandstone of the Isachsen Formation is visible. The orange-yellow colour of the diapirs is caused by oxidation of sulphide minerals associated with the diapirs.
World-Class Fossil Sites - Page 2 Of 2 The Florissant fossil beds National Monument site has no pictures fossil Lake Enspel,Germany (26 Ma) This page ashfall, Nebraska (10 Ma) Where a huge volcanic http://geology.about.com/cs/lagerstatten/index_2.htm
MWF Area Museums Worth Visiting Agate fossil beds, A national Monument with Displays, Hiking Trails and ashfall StatePark, Royal, NE fossil remains of a herd of rhinoceros found as covered http://www.commean.com/rocks/mwf/museums/
Zoology Links From Dordt College Dino Russ's Lair Vertebrate paleontology Amphibians. (ashfall FossilBeds) The Shrew (ist's) Site The Tapir Gallery - Welcome! http://homepages.dordt.edu/~mahaffy/zoocon.shtml
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Mammals Website Results :: Linkspider UK Mammal paleontology Main research interests in the past have been carnivores, esp AshfallFossil beds State Historical Park - Describes a 10 million year old http://www.linkspider.co.uk/Science/EarthSciences/Paleontology/Vertebrates/Mamma
Extractions: See Also: Science: Biology: Flora and Fauna: Animalia: Chordata: Mammalia Science: Biology: Zoology: Chordates: Mammalogy Science: Earth Sciences: Quaternary Studies Science: Social Sciences: Anthropology ... Sloth World - Online bibliography of sloth research articles. Also includes a discussion of sloths and the people who study them. Mesozoic Mammals Showcase - Oslo University - Paleontological Museum - Description of major mesozoic mammal groups: early mammals, triconodonts and multituberculates. Utah's Ice Age Animals - Ice Age Animals from the Utah Geological Survey The Midwestern U.S. 16,000 Years Ago - Online exhibit by the Illinois State Museum depicting the mammals and other animals which lived in the Midwestern U.S. during late Pleistocene times. The Fossil Mammal Hall - A summary of the diversity of fossil mammals with the objective in mind to convey information on fundamental aspects of mammalian paleontology.
Fossils Prem's fossil Gallery, UC Museum of paleontology Exhibits (clickunder online Exhibits then Paleonatology is Much More ). http://cavett.lps.org/fossils.htm
The Lagerstätten Messel Oil Shale, Hessen, Germany, Eocene, 49 million years old. AshfallFossil beds, Nebraska, United States, Miocene, 10 million years old. http://www.palaeos.com/Palaeo/lagerstatten.html
Extractions: As far as fossil remains go, almost always, only scraps of bone or shell or a few carbonized leaves are all that remain of past organisms. Too often the soft parts decompose, and even the hard parts degrade. In some exceptional instances however, usually anaerobic environments, or a sudden mudslide or volcanic eruption, organisms are buried before their bodies can be broken down by bacteria, or consumed by scavengers. Eventually their bodies are carbonized or mineralized, and so even soft-bodied creatures become fossilized. Such environments provide a unique, rare and precious window to the past. These extraordinary fossil deposits, where organisms are so well preserved that even their soft parts remain as carbon films, are referred to as Lagerstätten , a German word meaning "deposit places". These are geological fossil deposits that are rich with varied, well-preserved fossils, representing a wide variety of life from a particular era. These spectacular fossil deposits represent a window into the past, a kind of "snapshot" of the type of organisms (hard and sometimes soft-bodied) that lived at that particular time and place.