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Paleontology and fossiles: General overview, Fossils

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Paleontology   related topics: Evolution, Geology, Dinosaurs
Ice age paleoecology paleoecology is the study of ancient plants and animals, their relationships with each other and interactions with the physical environment
Journal of dinosaur paleontology
Learn about paleoecology and paleoclimatology
Maps of ancient earth maps showing the positions of the continents from 510 Ma to 50 Ma
NOAA paleoclimatology program
Oceans of Kansas paleontology cretoxyrhina, squalicorax, xiphactinus, plesiosaurs, hesperornis, ichthyornis, sharks teeth, shark bites, enchodus, martinichthys, cimolichthys, ichthiodectes, ptychodus, inoceramid, durania, globidens, pteranodons, elasmosaurs, pliosaurs
Oceans of Kansas paleontology cretoxyrhina, squalicorax, xiphactinus, plesiosaurs, hesperornis, ichthyornis, sharks teeth, shark bites, enchodus, martinichthys, cimolichthys, ichthiodectes, ptychodus, inoceramid, durania, globidens, pteranodons, elasmosaurs, pliosaurs
Paleoclimatology of the Himalayan mountains a multidisciplinary initiative aimed at improving our understanding of past changes in the behavior of the Indian and Plateau monsoons over the past 2000 years, 20,000 years, and beyond through the collection and analysis of high resolution, multi-variate paleoclimatic records from the highlands of central Asia
Paleobiology paleobiology is the study of fossils as once living organisms
Paleogeographic atlas of Beringia to understand how the earth's climate has varied naturally in the past
Paleogeographic atlas project paleogeography and paleoclimates, paleogeographic maps with animations
Paleogeography through geologic time 28 maps that display the major tectonic elements (plates, oceans, ridges, subduction zones, mountain belts) through time, click here for the startpage, a tip
Paleomap project earth history, the goal of the paleomap project is to illustrate the plate tectonic development of the ocean basins and continents, as well as the changing distribution of land and sea during the past 1100 million years
Paleontology Paleontology
Paleontology museum contains everything, a tip
Paleontology portal a resource for anyone interested in paleontology
PALÆOS the trace of life on earth the Palaeos site is dedicated to providing detailed information on the history of life on Earth
Paleozoic.org Paleozoic.org is a free site, dedicated to the exchange of information between paleontologists, fossil collectors, hunters, and dealers
Prehistoric geologic time line information about biological and geological changes during Earth's history
Vertebrate paleontology lab vertebrate fossils collected from state and federal lands in Texas and contiguous areas
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Paleontology and fossiles: miscellaneous topics 
Atlas of palaeovegetation preliminary land ecosystem maps of the world since the last glacial maximum
Climate of the pliocene
Dictionary of quaternary acronyms and abbreviations
Divisions of precambrian time
Explaining glaciation Jean Louis Rodolphe Aggassiz (1807-1873), father of modern glaciology and influential natural scientist
Asteroid impact vs. volcano – greenhouse dinosaur extinction debate
Global land environments since the last interglacial
Kentucky paleontological society promoting interest in and knowledge of the science of paleontology
Palaeovegetation preliminary land ecosystem maps of the world since the last glacial maximum
Phanerozoic Era provides a simple stratigraphic column depicting the Phanerozoic
Pliocene the Pliocene (5.4 - 2.4 million years ago) is the uppermost subdivision of the long Tertiary period which began 64 million years ago; it represents the final stages of a global cooling trend that led up to the Quaternary ice ages
Proterozoic era the period of Earth's history that began 2.5 billion years ago and ended 544 million years ago is known as the Proterozoic
Sudden climate transitions during the past 130,000 years

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