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MeargleSchmeargl posted a topic in Fossil Hunting TripsIt was that time of the month again, when I just had to scratch that fossil hunting itch. After the relative disappointment the other week in Floyd County, I decided to go ahead and pay another visit to my all-time favourite site in Chatsworth. When we got there this morning, it was obvious that the Conasauga river had greatly receded since the last time we saw it. In fact, it was the lowest it's been for more than a year (back in Feb. 2018). River on my last visit (Feb. this year): The river today: And a view from river
As my life in college is imminent (I head to Milledgeville Thursday), I wanted to fit in one last pre-college trip to my favorite bug spot (An idea that was really given life when I heard about a Schwimmer paper that got into PALAIOS about what may be the oldest nesting behavior ever discovered (https://www.georgiasfossils.com/new-2b-a-trilobite-nest-in-georgia.html)). I can say with confidence that yesterday scored in the upper tier of my trip list to the site. I arrived later in the day than I usually would (got there around 6:00 or something), and the river was once
Greetings everyone. I'm looking for a 1981 paper by Bruce J. Welton and John M. Alderson entitled, "A Preliminary Note on the Late Cretaceous Sharks of the Chatsworth Formation at Dayton Canyon, Simi Hills, Los Angeles County, California." I think it appeared in a field trip guidebook put out by the Pacific Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists (SEPM). Thanks!
In the midst of the very eventful day 2 days back, I remembered: I helped organize an OA meet to Chatsworth for tommorow! So I emailed my chapter's adviser and my best friend Barret about Chatsworth, and got together some of the boys together yesterday for an expedition. We all met in the parking lot next to our scout hut. We had 3 scouts in attendance: Dylan, Joel and myself. I was honestly surprised that Dylan made it, as he is almost perpetually busy with ROTC. Before we even left the parking lot, we saw something cool happen: a pair of owl