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         Paleontology:     more books (60)
  1. Urumaco and Venezuelan Paleontology: The Fossil Record of the Northern Neotropics (Life of the Past)
  2. Principles of Paleontology by Michael Foote, Arnold I. Miller, 2006-08-21
  3. Genetics, Paleontology and Macroevolution by Jeffrey S. Levinton, 2001-08-06
  4. Vertebrate Paleontology and Evolution by Robert L. Carroll, 1990-01-01
  5. The Paleontology of New Mexico by Barry S. Kues, 2008-12-16
  6. Principles of Paleontology: Second Edition by David Raup, Steven M. Stanley, 1978-03-15
  7. A History of Paleontology Illustration (Life of the Past) by Jane P. Davidson, 2008-06-23
  8. Paleontology: A Brief History of Life (Templeton Science and Religion Series) by Ian Tattersall, 2010-03-01
  9. Albertosaurus: Death of a Predator (Discoveries in Paleontology) by Monique Keiran, 2002-06-24
  10. The Paleobiological Revolution: Essays on the Growth of Modern Paleontology
  11. The dawnseekers: The first history of American paleontology by Robert West Howard, 1975
  12. Field Adventures in Paleontology by Lynne M. Clos, 2003-09
  13. Vertebrate Paleontology by Alfred Sherwood Romer, 1966-06
  14. The First Fossil Hunters: Paleontology in Greek and Roman Times. by Adrienne Mayor, 2001-10-01

1. UCMP Home Page
Physically located in Berkeley, California, site contains information about exhibits, outreach, and Category Science Earth Sciences United States California......Welcome to the UC Museum of paleontology. Follow this link to a textonlyhome page. About UCMP, Catalogs, collections, and databases.

What's new About UCMP History of life
What's new About UCMP History of life ... Other resources

2. Introduction To The Exhibits
Many people think paleontology is the study of fossils. In fact, paleontologyis much more. paleontology incorporates many different
Many people think paleontology is the study of fossils. In fact, paleontology is much more . Paleontology incorporates many different kinds of data from different fields. We provide three different areas in which to start your exploration of paleontology:
  • Phylogeny
  • Geologic Time
  • Evolutionary Thought These exhibits are extensive, complex and packed with information. To aid you in your virtual investigations, we have developed a navigation guide to explain the organizational structures and navigation tools that can help you make the most of the exhibits. You may also wish to look through our list of Special Exhibits for in-depth and interesting pages of note.
  • 3. USGS Paleontology Site Index
    Site map for paleontology at the U.S. Geological Survey
    Site Index for
    USGS Paleontology
    USGS Paleontology Home Page Fossil Groups
    Brachiopods Calcareous Nannofossils
    Laurel M. Bybell Jean M. Self-Trail
    Conodonts Corals
    Generalized Classification William A. Oliver, Jr.
    Diatoms Dinoflagellates
    Lucy E. Edwards
    Benthic Foraminifera
    Scott E. Ishman
    Planktonic Foraminifera Mollusks
    G. Lynn Brewster-Wingard David L. Govoni John Pojeta, Jr. ... Charles L. Powell
    Ostracodes Radiolaria Spores and Pollen
    Norman O. Frederiksen Lisa M. Weimer Debra A. Willard ... Site Index this page
    USGS Paleontology Geologic Information USGS Home Search USGS ... Ask-A-Geologist

    The paleontology AND FOSSILS RESOURCES Page has moved to Please change your Bookmarks and Links. Moved on August 28, 2002
    The PALEONTOLOGY AND FOSSILS RESOURCES Page has moved to: Please change your Bookmarks and Links.
    Moved on August 28, 2002
    Books about

    5. USGS Paleontology Home Page
    Welcome to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) paleontology Home Page! paleontology, the science which uses fossils to
    Paleontology at the
    U.S. Geological Survey
    Welcome to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Paleontology Home Page! Paleontology , the science which uses fossils to study life in past geologic time , has served an important role in geologic studies at the USGS since its establishment in 1879. As early as 1882, paleontologists like Othniel C. Marsh and Charles A. White, were making expeditions to the West , and returning with massive numbers of fossil specimens to be labeled, named, and described. In recent years, many of the paleontologic studies at the USGS have moved beyond the early collection, observation, and description endeavors. Today, USGS paleontologists are using the knowledge they gain in their study of fossils to answer important questions such as: (1) what was the world like in the past, (2) what were the forces that made the world change, and (3) how could these forces impact the world in our lifetime and that of future generations. Paleontologic tools also have changed significantly over the years. Scanning electron microscopes , ship-mounted drilling rigs, and computers are a far cry from the picks and hammers of early days, although these tools still are an essential part of every paleontologist's field kit.

    6. Museum Of The Rockies Paleontology Department Homepage
    MOR, Museum of the Rockies, paleontology, Vertebrate paleontology, MSU, Montana State University Welcome to the paleontology homepage of the Museum of the Rockies!
    Museum of the Rockies Paleontology
    Montana State University
    600 W. Kagy Blvd., Bozeman, MT 59717 U.S.A.
    TEXT-ONLY HOMEPAGE for browsers without frames capability. Welcome to the Paleontology homepage of the Museum of the Rockies! Come visit us on the campus of Montana State University in Bozeman, MT. Our collection is home to the first Tyrannosaurus rex found with arms; the first Einiosaurus procurvicornis , featured on U.S. postage stamps ; Maiasaura peeblesorum, which provided the first evidence of colonial nesting and parental care in dinosaurs; and Troodon eggs with the first dinosaur embryos found in the world! We hope you enjoy this website, which provides information about the research, collections, exhibits, and programs of the paleontology department which is directed by the reknowned dinosaur paleontologist and author Jack (John R.) Horner. Table of Contents Search Collections E-mail Us

    7. Paleontology In The 21st Century: Table Of Contents
    Summary of a 1997 meeting which outlined the current state of paleontology, and the areas which the science will encompass in the future.

    8. The Society Of Vertebrate Paleontology
    Professional, international organization for VPs, publishes the Journal of Vertebrate paleontology.Category Science Earth Sciences Societies Vertebrate paleontology......The Society of Vertebrate paleontology Founded in 1940 by thirtyfour paleontologists,the Society now has almost 2,000 members representing professionals
    Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology

    Bibliography of Fossil Vertebrates

    The SVP News Bulletin
    Funds and Donations

    Members Only
    Log In

    Retrieve Password
    VRTPALEO Listserver

    Policy Statements

    VP-related Meetings
    Media Guide ... Business Office Education and Public Interest PaleoFAQs PaleoProfiles The Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Founded in 1940 by thirty-four paleontologists, the Society now has almost 2,000 members representing professionals, students, artists, preparators, and others interested in VP. It is organized exclusively for educational and scientific purposes, with the object of advancing the science of vertebrate paleontology. More information... The Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology JVP is the leading journal of professional vertebrate paleontology and the flagship publication of the Society. It was founded in 1980 by Dr. Jiri Zidek and publishes contributions on all aspects of VP. Tables of contents and abstracts are available, as are guidelines for submission. More information...

    9. NSS PaleoSection
    National Speleological Society organization for cavers interested in the study of fossils featured.
    Mar. 10 New web site online! Thanks for your patience as we build on our new design in the months ahead.
    NSS Annual Convention
    Old Timers' Reunion
    (Info. to be posted here) Some of the most significant deposits of Pleistocene and Recent vertebrate fossils are found in caves. However, fossils of all types and ages are frequently found in caves. [Coming Soon] When we find time to do it, this section will exhibit some of the fossils found in caves by PaleoSection members. Fred Grady, Chairman
    NSS# 19586
    1201 South Scott Street, Apt. 123
    Arlington, WV 22204
    Email Fred
    Ray Garton, Treasurer
    NSS# 11295
    Session Chairman
    PO Box 200 Barrackville, WV 26559 Email Ray Donna Cobb, Editor NSS# 25029 PaleoScene 4666 Sandpiper Lane Birmingham, AL 35244 Email Donna Home About Membership PaleoScene Email Us The PaleoScene needs articles, notes and announcements for the next issue. Contact

    10. Home
    Store specializing in secondhand paleontology books. is your source for classic works in paleontology, geology, anthropology, and exploration. We offer, in CD format, high-resolution digital reprints of classic works that are in the public domain.
    Company Profile was started in 1998 by Douglas K. and Erica M. Dew, collectors of rare paleontology and geology books. As the collection grew, a way was sought to give greater access to the collection. Surpassing 40,000 works, the collection is being digitized so that it can be enjoyed by a large audience at an affordable price. Attention Florida Paleontological Society Members Follow this link for information on your free CD! We purchase paleontology/geology libraries! Please e-mail us for more information! We offer appraisal services on paleontology and geology collections! Attention Not-For-Profit Institutions! E-mail us for details on our program for donations of CD reprints for your library. 2,500 copies will be donated in 1999.

    11. The Journal Of Vertebrate Paleontology
    History and Coverage The Journal of Vertebrate paleontology (or JVP) was foundedin 1980 at the University of Oklahoma by Dr. Jiri Zidek, with financial
    History and Coverage
    The Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology (or JVP) was founded in 1980 at the University of Oklahoma by Dr. Jiri Zidek, with financial support from the University of Oklahoma Presidential Associates Fund; continued in 1984 by the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. It publishes original contributions on all aspects of the subject, including vertebrate origins, evolution, functional morphology, taxonomy, biostratigraphy, paleoecology, paleobiogeography, and paleoanthropology. Journal Contents
    This site contains the tables of contents for all issues from Volume 1 (1981) to the present and the abstracts of individual papers from Volume 14 (1994) to the present. Go to contents... Guide for Authors
    The Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology publishes original contributions on all aspects of the subject, including vertebrate origins, evolution, functional morphology, taxonomy, biostratigraphy, paleoecology, paleobiogeography, and paleoanthropology. Go to Author's Guide...

    12. T-Shirts: Geographics - Science On T-Shirts - Eureka Springs Arkansas
    Purveyors of decadence in academia, Tshirts, bumper stickers, and other paleontology and science-themed materials.

    13. U.C. Berkeley Museum Of Paleontology Public Exhibits
    paleontology is a rich field, imbued with a long and interesting past and an even more intriguing and hopeful future. Many people think paleontology is the study of fossils. paleontology is much more.
    Paleontology is a rich field, imbued with a long and interesting past and an even more intriguing and hopeful future. Many people think Paleontology is the study of fossils. Paleontology is much more. It is the study of what fossils tell us about the ecologies of the past, about evolution, and about our place, as humans, in the world. Paleontology incorporates knowledge from biology, geology, ecology, anthropology, archaeology, and even computer science to understand the processes that have led to the origination and eventual destruction of the different types of animals since life arose. The exhibits that we have set up here are created by Paleontogists. More than just an overview of the diversity that has existed through time on this planet, the exhibits also highlite some of the research Paleontologists are conducting at the Museum of Paleontology. The exhibit might be visualized as starting at the center of a museum with halls spreading in each direction. Off the main hallway, many a smaller branch spread. Unlike normal hallways, the hallways you are following are actually the path that evolution is supposed to have taken. These halls are called scientifically cladograms and they show explicitly the ancestor and decendent relationships among lineages or groups of animals. Reconstructing this pattern of ancestry and descent is one of the many important areas where fossil information proves vital. This hypermedia presentation is being prepared by Robert Guralnick Tony Fiorillo,

    14. Oceans Of Kansas Paleontology
    Marine life in Late Cretaceous times, focusing on marine fossils of Kansas.Category Science Earth Sciences United States Kansas......OCEANS OF KANSAS paleontology. FOSSILS FROM THE WESTERN INTERIOR SEA. ksseal.jpg(9985 bytes). Call for Papers The Fourth Annual paleontology Symposium.
    Updated 02/07/2003 The Oceans of Kansas Guest Book Please take a moment to VIEW and / or SIGN the Guest Book! (We've got visitors from all around the world!) Welcome to the Oceans of Kansas Paleontology web page. My name is Mike Everhart and I am your host on a virtual journey more than 85 million years "back in time" to observe some of the many strange and wonderful creatures that lived in the oceans of the Earth during the final stages of the Age of Dinosaurs. ( More info here ) I have collected fossils from the Smoky Hill Chalk of western Kansas for the last thirty years. I am now an Adjunct Curator of Paleontology at the new Sternberg Museum of Natural History in Hays, Kansas (for more information about the Sternberg Museum, see the note below). My handy paleo-reference page My interests are primarily in marine reptiles and especially mosasaurs and plesiosaurs . Oceans of Kansas Paleontology is an educational site that provides extensive information about the animals that lived in and over the ancient ocean that once covered Kansas and much of the Midwest United States (and Canada). This web site has very little information about dinosaurs, but we do recommend some excellent dinosaur sites on the Oceans of Kansas Links page. For more information about the origin of mosasaur and plesiosaur names, go to Ben Creisler's

    15. Science Matters Science News Science Features
    Regular news updates from the world of science including coverage of cloning, space travel, health and paleontology, along with a monthly media guide to science on the net, TV and radio.
    has a new address: See you there!

    16. Computational Paleontology
    Modelling ammonite ribs and sutures.Category Science Earth Sciences Mollusks Cephalopods Ammonoids......Computational paleontology. Welcome to my Computational paleontologyhomepage! This page is devoted to the use of mathematical models
    Computational Paleontology
    Welcome to my Computational Paleontology homepage! This page is devoted to the use of mathematical models, simulation, computer graphics and computers in general in paleontology:
    • Simulation of ontogeny (growth and form)
    • Simulation of evolution and population genetics
    • Population dynamics
    • Simulation in functional morphology (mechanics, fluid dynamics etc.)
    • Computer graphics
    • Statistics and data management
    I'm very interested in getting in contact with anyone working in the field, so please mail me at
    New!!! A free and comprehensive statistics, cladistics and morphometrics package for Windows (beta version). Click here
    Some of my projects
    The images are links to detailed descriptions. Exotic fossil imaging technique
    PAST: Software for data analysis

    Database for the Ordovician of Baltoscandia

    Virtual ichnology
    Serial sectioning
    This page received the BioMedLink Award.

    17. UCMP History Of Biology List
    Alphabetical list of biologists' and paleontologists' biographies maintained by the University of California Museum of paleontology.
    History of Biology
    Scientist Biographies

    18. Florida Museum Of Natural History
    Zoology and vertebrate paleontology.
    text only TUSKS! Ice Age Florida's
    June 15, 2002 - May 18, 2003 A unique opportunity to explore the largest fossil collection of Florida's prehistoric elephants and their Ice Age relatives ever assembled in one exhibit. Learn more... Pearsall Collection of American Indian Art: 40th Anniversary Selections
    March 22, 2003 - Spring, 2005

    Over 200 of the finest examples of American Indian art from the museum's Leigh Morgan Pearsall Collection will be on display, representing nearly every cultural area of North America. Learn More... Visit Us Exhibits Current Events ... Travel Programs
    General Information About the Museum Calendar Classes/Tours Collectors Shop Current Events Education Exhibits In The News Links Membership Staff Directory Travel Programs Volunteer Info Birds Fishes Fossil Plants Invertebrate Paleontology Mammals Molecular Systematics Lab Mollusks Plants Vertebrate Paleontology Caribbean Anthropology Ceramic Technology Lab Environmental Archaeology Florida Archaeology Historical Archaeology South Florida Archaeology Collection Databases Collection Policy Expedition Florida Photo Galleries Virtual Exhibits Other Hosted Sites webmaster

    19. Journal Of Dinosaur Paleontology
    Short articles on legal issues of dinosaur collection, dinosaur law, and the case of Sue.Category Science Earth Sciences Fossil Collecting Legal Issues......JOURNAL OF DINOSAUR paleontology. An essay discussing why Trachodon has almostdisappeared from paleontology, even though it still appears in some books.

    20. OLogy
    Learn a lot about astronomy, paleontology, and the definitions of other ologies on this site by taking journeys through space and the Gobi Desert. Includes games and activities and is presented by the American Museum of Natural History.

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