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  • Information about fossils from the ocean that covered the Midwestern U.S. during the Age of Dinosaurs, including information about mosasaurs, pleisiosaurs, and pteranodons. — “Oceans of Kansas Paleontology”,
  • Here is a selected list of Web pages dealing with Paleontology and Fossils. Paleontology Division, Geological Association of Canada. Paleontology. — “Paleontology & Fossils Resources”, colby.edu
  • Modern paleontology sets ancient life in its context by studying how long-term physical Hence, paleontology overlaps with geology (the study of rocks and rock formations) as. — “Paleontology”, schools-
  • paleontology n. The study of the forms of life existing in prehistoric or geologic times, as represented by the fossils of plants, animals, and. — “paleontology: Definition from ”,
  • Definition of paleontology in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of paleontology. Pronunciation of paleontology. Translations of paleontology. paleontology synonyms, paleontology antonyms. Information about paleontology in the free online English. — “paleontology - definition of paleontology by the Free Online”,
  • Home page for online links to paleontology resources This page provides a selection of links to other World Wide Web sites dealing with Paleontology and related disciplines. — “Paleontology - Online Resources”, geology.er.usgs.gov
  • In many ways, paleontology is more difficult than any other science -- because to be a good paleontologist you must know a great deal about all of these fields. Paleontology is among the broadest of sciences. Paleontology is the study of the history of life on Earth, as reflected in the fossil record. — “Paleontology Careers”,
  • The M.S. program in Paleontology is a unique degree--There is no other paleontology master's degree in the Unites States. The program emphasizes the opportunity for combining fieldwork in western South Dakota with study of the extensive collections of the Museum of Geology. — “Paleontology M.S”, graded.sdsmt.edu
  • Paleontology News and Research. Read about the latest discoveries in the fossil record including theories on why the dinosaurs went extinct and more. — “ScienceDaily: Paleontology News”,
  • Paleontology. An artist rendition of the ecosystem when Hagerman Fossil Beds were deposited during the Pliocene Epoch. A fluvial (river) and floodplain environment around the edge of ancient Lake Idaho deposited layers of sand, silt and clay at least 600 feet thick. — “Hagerman Fossil Beds NM Paleontology Home Page”, nps.gov
  • Explore the history of life through geologic time in North America, learn about some of the most spectacular fossil finds in the region, and see what types of fossils different life forms leave behind. — “The Paleontology Portal”,
  • Offers extensive list of links about paleontology and fossils, library guides, and lists of books. — “Paleontology and Fossils Resources”,
  • paleontology [Gr.,= study of early beings], science of the life of past geologic periods based on fossil remains. Knowledge of the existence of. — “paleontology Facts, information, pictures | ”,
  • Encyclopedia article about Paleontology. Information about Paleontology in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary. vertebrate paleontology, invertebrate paleontology, museum of paleontology. — “Paleontology definition of Paleontology in the Free Online”, encyclopedia2
  • What Do You Know about Paleontology? How much do you know about the Brush the dust off your brain, and test your paleontology knowledge with this interactive quiz. — “OLogy”,
  • Paleontology investigates the entire history of life on Earth. Paleontology (British: palaeontology)[note 1] is the study of prehistoric life, including organisms' evolution and interactions with each other and their environments (their paleoecology). — “Paleontology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • The San Diego Natural History Museum's Department of Paleontology conducts biodiversity related research, and holds significant collections of specimens from southern California and Baja California dating back to the 1880s. — “SDNHM: Paleontology Department”,
  • The Kansas Geological Survey also has a long tradition of research in paleontology. Paleontology at The University of Kansas includes several diverse thematic areas. Specimen based invertebrate paleontology is practiced in the Geology department. — “The Paleontology Program”, paleo.ku.edu
  • Yahoo! reviewed these sites and found them related to Paleontology. — “Paleontology in the Yahoo! Directory”,
  • What is paleontology? Paleontology is the study of fossils. A fossil is defined as any trace of a past life form. There are a number of techniques and fields that deal with reconstructing the past, but paleontology provides hard data on past events. — “Frequently-asked questions”, ucmp.berkeley.edu

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  • UCD paleontologist Dr David Hone on the long lost cousin of T. rex - Zhuchengtyrannus magnus Spring 2011: Scientists have identified a new species of gigantic theropod dinosaur, a close relative of T. rex, Zhuchengtyrannus magnus, from fossil skull and jaw bones discovered in China. Here, UCD paleontologist Dr David Hone talks about the discovery...
  • Kids Club cool career vignette - paleontologist An educational commercial about paleontology and dinosaurs found in Austin, Texas.
  • Tomorrow Today | Brilliant Minds - paleontologist Krister Smith In our Brilliant Minds series,Tomorrow Today presents young scientists from around the world who live and carry out research in Germany. For postdoc student Krister Smith,the trip from America to Germany meant more than a chance to study and work abroad—it was a chance to dig. The California-born researcher goes to work every day at the Messel Pit,an excavation quarry just south of Frankfurt. We catch up with Krister as he tries to uncover answers to questions of evolution and history.
  • Paleontologist Hans Larsson's Workspace Paleontologist Hans Larsson of McGill's Department of Biology guides you through his office oddities such as fossils and pickled specimens through this interactive audio slideshow.
  • Paleontology and Evolutionary Biology: The Revitalized Partnership Darwin's gradualism required that the fossil record's imperfections be emphasized in the Origin, but paleontological data are robust for many questions, and can provide crucial insights into many large-scale evolutionary questions. Enlarged temporal and spatial scales reveal evolutionary patterns and processes that are virtually inaccessible to, and unpredictable from, short-term, localized observations. These larger-scale phenomena range from evolutionary stasis at the species level and the mosaic assembly of complex morphologies in ancestral forms to the non-random temporal and spatial distribution of the origin of major evolutionary novelties and clades. Extinction, particularly clade-specific extinction, is the Achilles' heel of many neontological approaches to reconstructing evolutionary processes, from diversity-dependence of evolutionary dynamics to the assembly and consequences of key innovations. Paleontological data both fill these gaps and drive novel research programs on evolutionary processes across scales and hierarchical levels, and the increasing interchange between paleontology and evolutionary biology promises to illuminate many issues neither field could address adequately on its own. darwin-chicago.uchicago.edu
  • Riley the Paleontologist Show 1 "Carnivores" Riley Chandler is your First Grade Paleontologist. Riley explains 5 different carnivore dinosaurs. To get an autograph from Riley Chandler please leave a comment on his All New Show.
  • Fossil dig adventure with junior paleontology field camp Hear students in the 2009 summer junior paleontology field camp describe what they love about searching for fossils at Rattlesnake Creek in Gainesville, Fla. In this camp, Florida Museum vertebrate paleontologist Art Poyer and University of Florida zoology Ph. D. recipient Larisa Grawe DeSantis teach students, ages 9-11, how to uncover prehistoric creatures that once roamed the area. This video is featured in the Florida Museum's national traveling exhibition, "Megalodon: Largest Shark that Ever Lived." The exhibit features a 60-foot-long walk-through sculpture and highlights the evolution, biology and misconceptions regarding giant prehistoric sharks. Visit www.flmnh.ufl.edu/megalodon/ for more information.
  • Paleontology Meets Art: Cruisin' the Fossil Freeway Paleontologist Kirk Johnson discusses the need for art and science to work together. Johnson has teamed up with Seattle's Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture to co-curate the exhibition "Cruisin' the Fossil Freeway," on view from Dec. 19, 2009 to May 31, 2010.
  • An Adorable 7-Year-Old Paleontologist Teaches Ellen! Seven-year-old dinosaur expert Riley Chandler visited Ellen to teach her all about the ferocious creatures -- and ended up charming the entire audience!
  • HBO CHILDREN'S TELEVISION WORKSHOP PALEONTOLOGY HBO CHILDREN'S TELEVISION WORKSHOP AWARD WINNING SKETCH COMEDY SEGMENT ABOUT PALEONTOLOGY
  • Dr. Ted Daeschler, Paleontologist (psf) Dr. Ted Daeschler is interested in how fishes with fins and gills evolved into land animals with limbs and lungs (tetrapods). He is best known as the co-discoverer of Tiktaalik, a Late Devonian transitional fossil animal that has been nicknamed the "fishapod". . Dr. Daeschler works in the Department of Vertebrate Biology at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia.
  • PALEONTOLOGICAL SITE ARROIO CANCELA Site Paleontological Arroio Cancela is located in the city of Santa Maria, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil in the neighborhood Nossa Senhora de Lourdes, and belongs to Santa Maria Formation, and this at an altitude of 107 meters above sea level. This site is found fossils of vertebrates of the Triassic, with about 225 million years. The site belongs to Paleorrota and is located 600 meters from the Station Road of Santa Maria City. At the corner of the street Irmão Donato with street Otavio Alves de Oliveira, a hundred meters from the site, is school State General Edson de Figueiredo, and next to a shopping center. Music by Cachorro Grande band.
  • What is paleontology - Dr. Phillipe Currie
  • Dr. Bulinski Rocks! If you want to stump a geoscientist, ask this: What is your favorite rock? Dr. Kate Bulinski, a paleontologist and a self-described rock nerd, loves them all. She does, however, have a favorite fossil. Find out what it is and learn about Bellarmines first-ever paleontology course in this short video.
  • Riley the Paleontologist Show 3, "Prehistoric Reptiles" Riley the Paleontologist talks about three different prehistoric reptiles, then has question and answer time. Feel free to email your question to [email protected]
  • Micro Paleontology University of Regina Professor Maria Velez studies a historical record of climate change in the form of microscopic algae fossils.
  • Jack Horner on Paleontology Discovery-: Discovery News' Kasey-Dee Gardner finds out from Jack Horner what's on the horizon in the world of dinosaurs. Check out more science news stories at www.discovery-
  • The making of a paleontologist U of A paleontologist Philip Currie has been digging up the remains of some 20 Albertosauruses in Alberta's Big Valley for more than 12 years, after re-discovering a bone-bed first unearthed by Barnum Brown in 1910. The discovery led Currie to conclude that dinosaurs were not solitary animals but may have hunted together in packs. In this video he talks about what sparked his interest in paleontology as a child and why dinosaurs remain so fascinating for him today.
  • Paleontologist This is an educational filksong about paleontology to the tune of Sting's Englishman in New York. When my son was obsessed with paleontology, I wrote at least two dozen paleontology filks - some day I may assemble them into a collection I am tentatively calling The Fossil Record. Cramming bits of science into a song like this can be a powerful mnemonic tool for remembering facts.
  • Tell Me How - Paleontologist Host Melody Young meets up with a dinosaur hunter whose career consists of digging up fossils. Visit his workplace in the museum and in the field. Subjects Covered Include: What does a paleontologist do? Does a paleontologist only dig for dinosaur bones? What type of school does a paleontologist have to go to? Do you need a college degree to be a paleontologist? Why do paleontologists work for oil companies? Why are paleontologists important? Does a paleontologist need to know a lot about history? Why is a paleontologist interested in old bones? Is being a paleontologist hard work? Why do paleontologist's work for museums? Why do paleontologist's and geologist's work closely together?
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  • They Might Be Giants Podcast 39 - I Am A Paleontologist Original date: 27 August 2009 This seems to be a continuation of last year's Friday Night Video Podcast, updated for the soon-to-be-released Here Comes Science. Notably, the puppets are gone. Check out Scientist Linnell's teeth! The video included in this episode is "I Am A Paleontologist", sung by Danny Weinkauf. For more information and links to the official download, see This Might Be A Wiki - I'm not affiliated with TMBG and I own nothing. This video podcast is available to anybody through or iTunes.
  • PBS at the TV Critics Press Tour | Scott Sampson interview Paleontologist Scott Sampson is interviewed by video blogger Zadi Diaz () as part of PBS's coverage of the 2009 Television Critics Association Press Tour (Aug 1-2, 2009). Sampson is the featured paleontologist on the PBS KIDS series DINOSAUR TRAIN. PBS KIDS will debut an all-new CGI-animated series, DINOSAUR TRAIN, on Labor Day, September 7, 2009. The new series embraces and celebrates the fascination that preschoolers have with both dinosaurs and trains while encouraging basic scientific thinking and skills as the audience learns about natural science, natural history and paleontology. The series will join other top-ranked PBS KIDS preschool series including The Jim Henson Companys series SID THE SCIENCE KID, which premiered in fall 2008. DINOSAUR TRAIN is seen through the eyes of Buddy, a preschool-aged Tyrannosaurus Rex. Buddy and his adoptive family of Pteranodons go for adventures on the Dinosaur Train to meet all kinds of dinosaurs in different eras and learn fascinating new facts about these incredible creatures.
  • Riley the Paleontologist Show 2 "Herbivores" Riley Chandler the First Grade Paleontologist teaches a lesson on Herbivores. Stay tuned after the credits for Riley's bloopers!
  • Jacketing Paleontology Specimens Learn about the process scientists use to create plaster jackets for protecting and transporting paleontological specimens. This video shows the process used both in the field and in the lab. This video is also featured in the special exhibit "Messages from the Mesozoic", now open through September 18 at the Virginia Museum of Natural History in Martinsville.
  • Darwin, paleontology and evolution: The Beagle years and the aftermath Niles Eldredge explains how fossils shaped Darwin's ideas about evolution
  • Augmented Paleontology Part 1 Bimber, O., Gatesy, SM, Witmer, LM, Raskar, R. and Encarnação, LM Merging Fossil Specimens with Computer-Generated Information IEEE Computer, September, pp. 45-50, 2002
  • Inside the Collections: Paleontology and the Big Bone Room Paleontology Collections Manager Carl Mehling gives us a behind-the-scenes tour of the Big Bone Room, which houses some of the largest items in the Paleontology collection. Its holdings include one of the largest complete limb bones in the world: the 650-pound thigh bone of the long-necked, plant-eating dinosaur Camarasaurus. Visitors will be able to see this spectacular specimen in the upcoming major exhibition The World's Largest Dinosaurs (April 16, 2011-January 2, 2012), which explores the amazing anatomy of a uniquely super-sized group of dinosaurs, the sauropods. More than 3 million specimens make up the Museum's world-class paleontology collections, and only a small fraction can be displayed at any given time. In fact, only 0.02 percent of the Museum's vertebrate paleontology specimens are on view; the rest are stored behind the scenes, where they continue to be studied by Museum scientists and their colleagues.
  • WIRED SCIENCE | Virtual Paleontology | PBS Using imaging technologies like CT scans, paleontologists are moving from the pit to the radiology lab, peering into those fossils, and into the past. Watch what the tools of modern science have discovered, two million years old and fused deep inside of metamorphic rock. To see the full segment, visit after original broadcast. Tune in to WIRED SCIENCE on your local PBS station (check local listings). For more information, visit
  • Paleontology 2008-01-05 Dinosaur hunter's big hopes- Reuters Jan. 05 - An amateur archaeologist hopes to revive the fortunes of his Saharan village by attracting tourists to his museum. Agali Bazo has been interested in archaeology since he was boy. He still carries a treasured book on dinosaurs which he has had since childhood. This is the only reference he has to help identify the bones he's unearthed. Locals are hopeful that Agalis' self-made museum will attract tourists back to the once bustling village. Since a new major road was constructed taking passengers to Northern Niger, by-passing Ingall, the village has suffered and residents have moved out to seek work elsewhere. A Reuters Africa Journal report.
  • Encouraging Girls To Do Science-Paleontology Encouraging Girls To Do Science - Paleontology
  • I Am a Paleontologist - They Might Be Giants w/Danny Weinkauf Support the band--get the audio AND video of Here Comes Science at iTunes bit.ly and the DVD/CD set at Amazon now! bit.ly Video directed by Sean McBride. TMBG bassist Danny Weinkauf stars in this one!
  • Paleontology Video a pigeon named Wayne travels through time in hopes of finding his maternal ancestor in the world of dinosaurs
  • Paleontology 2008-01-31 Prehistoric crocodile fossil found - Jan. 31 - Brazilian paleontologists discover fossil of prehistoric crocodile that roamed in what is now the state of Sao Paulo about 80 million years ago. The well-preserved fossil of Montealtosuchus arrudacamposi, a medium-sized lizard-like predator measuring about 5 1/2 feet (1.7 meters) from head to tail, dates back about 80 million years to the Late Cretaceous period. The fossil was found near the town of Monte Alto in Sao Paulo state and is named after the place and the local scientist who dug up the fossil in 2004 -- Arruda Campos. Pavithra George reports. SOUNDBITE: Paleontologist Ismar de Carvalho, saying (Portuguese): "It (discovered specimen) is literally the link between the most primitive crocodiles, which lived during the dinosaur age about 80 to 85 million years ago, and the modern crocodiles living today. Therefore, it's a very rare and scientifically important species."
  • A paleontologists work Finding fossil sharks is a fun task! Music from the album "Here Comes Science" by They Might Be Giants. The song is called "I Am a Paleontologist"
  • Paleontology and Evolution It`s worth seeing! Video about evolution from dinosaurus to human.
  • Paleontology Books for Fossil Hunters pt 1 of 4 Books that are essential for Cincinnati (Oh , KY , IND and Ordovician ) fossil collectors, those that are useful and those that are not . Two long-time Dry Dredgers, John Tate and Greg Hand, will provide a tour of their bookshelves at the January Dry Dredger meeting. Paleontology Books for Fossil Hunters.
  • WANEMag: Reading: Camilla Bruerberg : When Paleontology Meets Fashion - http:///3hvnjpk
  • baralong: Fantastic presentation/lecture by Prof Mike Archer! Wish I'd brought the kids. A skim over 4.6 billion years #paleontology
  • xiaopoz: gotta sleep early... soo tired ...PALEONTOLOGY is over.. i wanna relax my mind..!!!!
  • Armindaev71: Biostratigraphy and Vertebrate Paleontology of the San Timoteo Badlands, Southern California (University of Cal... http://amzn.to/ijwOIp
  • Phuongqq16: Neogene Paleontology of the Manonga Valley, Tanzania: A Window into the Evolutionary History of East Africa (To... http://amzn.to/gqxoEG
  • jurylady: RT @RwoarDinosaurs: Arlington Archosaur Site to get lease renewed http://bit.ly/lqsiwn
  • RwoarDinosaurs: Arlington Archosaur Site to get lease renewed http://bit.ly/lqsiwn
  • Mydinosaurnews: DINOS-LIVE Curator of paleontology to talk about dinosaur discoveries in SoCal: A special guest is coming Saturd... http://bit.ly/jkwAX3
  • BudgetTraveller: “@LilouTravel: Do you know The Paleontology Gallery ? It's cool if you like skeletons? ( given i'm exploring dark side of Paris;) #100Paris
  • LilouTravel: @BudgetTraveller Do you know The Paleontology Gallery ? It's cool if you like skeletons (métro Gare d'Austerlitz or Jussieu)
  • Mydinosaurnews: DINOS-LIVE Paleontology: Sharp-toothed fossil links old and new dinosaurs: Sues, curator of vertebrate paleontol... http://bit.ly/mvbRly
  • RwoarDinosaurs: Paleontology: Sharp-toothed fossil links old and new dinosaurs http://bit.ly/mKSU4V
  • SLCAds: Meet the new faces in paleontology right here in Salt Lake City. abaft http://t.co/5un7TRR
  • hilarygoldstein: @steveyayer got an offer to teach paleontology at harvard
  • RwoarDinosaurs: In a cave with Werner Herzog http://bit.ly/mkHkyN
  • Sciwhat: #Paleontology: Sharp-toothed #fossil links old and new #dinosaurs http://t.co/k0N6wx3 via @Sciwhat
  • kenrar: @Liz10_Smith Random nonsense and paleontology talk is always welcome. Twitter was so boring before I got DE people on my lists. :D
  • hulltvshow: NASA 360 - s1 | e4 - NASA, Archaeology and Paleontology: This episode explores how NASA technology is used in Ar... http://bit.ly/mh9Tvr
  • hulltvshow: NASA 360 - s1 | e4 - NASA, Archaeology and Paleontology: This episode explores how NASA technology is used in Ar... http://bit.ly/lPncz1
  • RwoarDinosaurs: 68 Dazzling Dinos - From Prehistoric Planters to Deceased Dinosaur Decor http://bit.ly/jGL0F6
  • sassafras4ucom: 36 (4-28): Because the Bible Tells Me So? #creationism #religion #museums #paleontology #evolution
  • KennyDuford: I'm in a van driving to the paleontology museum. Wtf? There's field trips in college? Cool! :)
  • therowdyredhead: Meet the new faces in paleontology right here in Salt Lake City. handy http://t.co/GDCTSyD
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  • cosibar: Fox's first visit to the Western center of archeology and paleontology in Hemet, "look mommy a ground sloth!" http://img.ly/3D04
  • _ColinS_: RT @genegeek: @_modscientist_ @_ColinS_ I'd take bioinformatics, paleontology, and photography. That's today's list :)
  • genegeek: @_modscientist_ @_ColinS_ I'd take bioinformatics, paleontology, and photography. That's today's list :)
  • georgejrk: Meet the new faces in paleontology right here in Salt Lake City. abaft http://t.co/6oaAUml
  • RwoarDinosaurs: Picture Album "Paleontological Fossils of Korea" http://bit.ly/j4holi
  • brittanyehollon: I just got the nicest email from my old paleontology professor, Dr. Stock! Made my afternoon!
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  • kenrar: We're moving on to dinosaurs in paleontology. Everyone is so excited. This is what everyone else took the class for.
  • museumfreedays: Museum of Paleontology in Los Angeles area is free on May 4, 2011. More on http://bit.ly/hSP74t
  • RwoarDinosaurs: Oceanhouse Media Goes Old School with its Next App - 65m Old http://bit.ly/hN5nNc
  • Mz_Simon: Paleontology is a boring course to study. *yawn*
  • Faustinaki39: Paleosols: Their Recognition and Interpretation (Princeton Series in Geology and Paleontology): http://amzn.to/dUGoT6
  • anatotitan: For World Tapir Day, see how Indy Children's Museum uses a tapir skull to teach about paleontology http://bit.ly/exIQ0l
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  • AmericanRoadMag: Got dinosaurs? MT's Missouri River Country does! Dinosaur Field Station, Fort Peck Paleontology Field Station: http://dld.bz/atTx #travel
  • Promise_Girl: RT @LynziLemon: ah, Hotties of the Paleontology Department .. There's a big selling calendar, eh?!
  • xiaopoz: just finish my PAleontology class...
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  • ArchaeoJobs: Spain: Catalan Government establishes National Council and Commission for Archaeology and Paleontology: Source: ... http://bit.ly/gWeo8E
  • RwoarDinosaurs: Bob Pratte: Humble plumber respected by scientists for fossil finds http://bit.ly/g3QE67
  • Takishawl51: Tectonic and Eustatic Controls on Sedimentary Cycles (Concepts in Sedimentology & Paleontology No 4): http://amzn.to/i7q0WK
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  • Jestineyj82: Paleontology in China, 1979: Selected Papers (Special Papers (Geological Society of America), No. 187.): http://amzn.to/htjO5G
  • LynziLemon: ah, Hotties of the Paleontology Department .. There's a big selling calendar, eh?!
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  • SLCAds: Meet the new faces in paleontology right here in Salt Lake City. breezy http://t.co/1RXCsW5
  • stephfredricks: @myfriendkatye @aimeenancygrace So she's not gonna be an art major! And, I don't think paleontology is likely, either.
  • laracska: RT @cortsims: RT @ArchaeoNewsNet: 20 million-year-old 'nearly perfent' amber fossils found http://t.co/JAwjeVW #paleontology
  • RwoarDinosaurs: Around Whittier, April 26 http://bit.ly/hW05Zb
  • cortsims: RT @ArchaeoNewsNet: 20 million-year-old 'nearly perfent' amber fossils found http://t.co/JAwjeVW #paleontology
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  • Kalyncp38: Neogene Paleontology in the Northern Dominican Republic: 12. The Genus Spondylus (Bulletins of American Paleont... http://amzn.to/hpItcP
  • CuyArtsC: Where invertebrate paleontology & hist preservation intersect: Cleveland's 116 y/o Soldiers & Sailors monument - http:///3brg629
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  • Tomtar_Pirat: RT @RwoarDinosaurs: Noah's Ark--could it really fit 'two of every kind' http://bit.ly/eIixAD
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  • CelticUprising: I used to think that paleontology was the study of pasty, goth skin tones.
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  • josephmosby: @haupt what does paleontology have to do with time travel OR AC/DC currents?
  • RwoarDinosaurs: From the Street to the Storybook in Edward the "Crazy Man" http://bit.ly/hUaxut
  • andersj: @ImH0me Biology, organic chemistry, paleontology - you'd be surprised what evidence we can observe @RelUnrelated @FalconPiss911
  • Arruniel: Top 10 Dinosaurs That Aren’t What They Were: http://bit.ly/i0flAH via @addthis #paleontology
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  • ProfBrianCo: RT @AlysJ RT @AndAFool: For pastors who think that an MDiv qualifies them to speak about molecular biology, paleontology and...
  • Mrs_Wonderbread: @savvysassymoms I haven't been there since I was small! I LOOOOVED it. I was totally into dinosaurs and paleontology.
  • AlysJ: RT @AndAFool: For pastors who think that an MDiv qualifies them to speak about molecular biology, paleontology and astrophysics, Lord hear our prayer.
  • RwoarDinosaurs: Zoo offering free carousel rides this weekend as dinosaurs exhibit opens http://bit.ly/fQyEh3
  • Vivienneclore: @jakesbakescakes come on, she could have said 'paleontology' @LauraSparling
  • basecampmt: Free Lecture --ACEC Paleontology April 26-Billings http://bit.ly/dELafk
  • MathBioPaul: RT @laelaps: Fossil-rich bison kill site at Big Bone Lick, one of the most important places in the history of American paleontology http://bit.ly/fvSscy
  • ObitoftheDay: Bored? How about paleontology? http:///post/4931858671/harleygarbari #dinosaurs #paleontlogy #obit
  • MammothSite: Have you called for your Junior Paleontology reservation? This hour long educational excavation is great for... http://fb.me/Ym6KgXQz
  • megateer: RT @AndAFool: For pastors who think that an MDiv qualifies them to speak about molecular biology, paleontology and astrophysics, Lord hear our prayer.
  • transzend: Strange Science - The Rocky Road to Modern Paleontology and Biology http://bit.ly/E9PPd Great content and lots of cool pics
  • tweedpipe: RT @laelaps: Fossil-rich bison kill site at Big Bone Lick, one of the most important places in the history of American paleontology http://bit.ly/fvSscy
  • CRCiencia: World Conference on Paleontology and Stratigraphy (WCPS 2011) http://bit.ly/gRZ3ZH #NPal
  • Natishakz05: Archetypes and Ancestors: Paleontology in Victorian London, 1850-1875: http://amzn.to/fcSOr8
  • bjkingape: RT @laelaps: Fossil-rich bison kill site at Big Bone Lick, one of the most important places in the history of American paleontology http://bit.ly/fvSscy
  • laelaps: Fossil-rich bison kill site at Big Bone Lick, one of the most important places in the history of American paleontology http://bit.ly/fvSscy
  • Rashidawh63: The Geology and Paleontology of the Late Cretaceous Marine Deposits of the Dakotas (Special Paper (Geological S... http://amzn.to/ibZmTH
  • AndAFool: For pastors who think that an MDiv qualifies them to speak about molecular biology, paleontology and astrophysics, Lord hear our prayer.
  • 503shawn: Dr. Rick Marshall - The Today Show: Quantum Paleontology, Dinosaur Eggs, & Mat Lauer Can Suck it! http://youtu.be/sFo8GpxsEAY

Blogs & Forum
blogs and forums about paleontology

  • “Bobby has been interested in paleontology since he was a kid. To learn more about Bobby's research, check out his blog, The Coastal Paleontologist”
    — UCMP Blog " Paleontology Portal, ucmp.berkeley.edu

  • “Updates from the Vertebrate Paleontology Lab. Current activities from the Virginia Museum Tim's Nature Blog. When Pigs Fly Returns. why I hate theropods. Other VMNH Blogs. Ex Libris”
    — Updates from the Vertebrate Paleontology Lab,

  • “Welcome to the forum! Please click below to go to the help desk or the watercooler”
    — Forum:Index - Paleontology Wiki,

  • “Answers In Creation Blog. Breakthrough of 2009: Paleontology. Jan 06. ICR is doing its end of year victory dance by claiming that Tags: icr, paleontology. ICR is doing its end of year victory dance by claiming that soft tissue finds in 2009 prove that the”
    — paleontology,

  • “Richmond Paleontology. Just another Blog.richmond.edu weblog. Archive for February, 2008 There is much more to paleontology than that, but I still believe that none of this is”
    — Richmond Paleontology " 2008 " February, blog.richmond.edu

  • “paleontology. Guidelines. View New Content. Subscribe to The Mumpsimus Blog. Goodbye Tags: scientists, paleontology, dinosaurs, triceratops, science”
    — The Mumpsimus Blog - The Mumpsimus Blog site,

  • “Forums and message boards for Paleontology”
    Paleontology Forum - Topix,

  • “Discussion of Late Triassic paleontology and other assorted topics. I'd like to point out a new blog written by one of my colleagues, Dr. Jeff Martz, called”
    — Chinleana: New Paleontology Blog - Paleo Errata,

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