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The Dung File is a collection of references relevant to the archaeological and paleoenvironmental analysis of coprolites and latrine fills, with a focus on North American research. Compiled by the University of...
Created by Fred Bervoets, DinoData is a mind-boggling online catalog of dinosaur information. Whatever dinosaur-related question you may have, chances are DinoData has an answer. Content includes classification,...
It's appropriate that clicking on the segments of a nautilus shell can access the different sections of this engaging site, and paleontologists (both neophyte and expert) will find much to pique their interest here. The...
This National Science Foundation website presents a multimedia news story about the discovery of the fossilized bones of an as of yet unknown crocodile in Tanzania. The short video at the top of the page is very...
As you prepare to begin your career as a geoscience faculty member, you're probably wondering how to land a job you'll enjoy, as well as what you can do now to lay the groundwork for a successful career in academia....
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