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In a recent forum, researchers explained how Columbia Global Centers helped them appreciate the different priorities and approaches of other countries in regards to the climate
This fossil appears to be a Rhodocrinus nodulus (Hall) crinoid calyx fossil. It was found in the Jeffersonville Limestone of Jefferson County, Kentucky USA. This layer dates to the Devonian Period.
Document used to identify the fossil was [...]
When I visited Dinosaur National Monument in October with Brian Engh and Yara Haridy, we spent a decent amount of time checking out DNM 28, a skull and associated bits of Camarasaurus. In particular, I got some shots of the axis (the second cervical [...]
Every now and then I come upon sights in the field that transfix me, that make me stop and stare, that suspend time. This is not uncommon with landscapes, of course — that’s why our phones are full of vacation pictures and why I have so many [...]
Penélope Cruzado, Integrante del equipo Aragosaurus e investigadora del Instituto de Investigación en Paleobiología y Geología (CONCIET-UNRN) en Argentina ha participado en la descripción completa del esqueleto del ornitópodo argentino [...]
Dr Simon Mitton tells the tale of ‘Carbon’s fundamental role on Earth’ in the stories of twelve pioneering scientists of the past 500 years. Telling the very human stories behind the people who made some of the key discoveries that brought our [...]
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Nueva ronda de ilustraciones en la que hemos optado por darle protagonismo a esos reptiles alados que convivieron con los dinosaurios. Los pterosaurios son el centro de esta variada tanda en la que encontramos artistas de [...]
"Is there life in this soil sample? Questions to consolidate pupil understanding of soil-formation"
Soil often looks like a non-living substance that simply covers many parts of the Earth’s surface. However, pupils should be aware [...]
This fossil appears to be a Gennaeocrinus kentuckiensis (Shumard) crinoid calyx fossil. It was found in the Jeffersonville Limestone of Jefferson County, Kentucky USA. This layer dates to the Devonian Period. Wow, this fossil has a very nicely [...]
Cinco espécies diferentes de crocodilomorfos habitaram a Lourinhã há 150 milhões de anos. Os crocodilomorfos, grupo que inclui os crocodilos actuais e seus ancestrais mais próximos, foram muito abundantes e diversos no final do Jurássico, [...]