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Oxytropidoceras posted a topic in Fossil LiteratureDear Friends, Free PDF files of publications about the Joggins Fossil can be downloaded from one of Dr. Falcon-Lang's web pages at http://sites.google....me/publications This web page also contains PDF files of papers about fossil wood and forests of other parts of the world. Some of the PDF file, which can be found at the above web page included: Falcon-Lang, H. J., 2003, Response of Late Carboniferous tropical vegetation to transgressive-regressive rhythms, Joggins, Nova Scotia. Journal of the Geological Society, London. vol. 160, no. 4, pp. 643-648. (no. 21 on list) Falcon-Lang, H. J., 2003, Late Carboniferous dryland tropical vegetation in an alluvial plain setting, Joggins, Nova Scotia, Canada. PALAIOS. vol. 18, no. 3, pp. 197-211. (no. 20 on list) Falcon-Lang, H. J., and J. H. Calder, 2004, UNESCO World Heritage and the Joggins cliffs of Nova Scotia. Geology Today. vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 140-144. (no. 27 on list) Falcon-Lang, H. J., 2004. Coal, ice and ancient rainforests. Planet Earth, Autumn, pp. 20-21. (no. 28 on list) Falcon-Lang, H. J., 2007. A Cordaixylon axis from well- drained alluvial plain facies in the Lower Pennsylvanian Joggins Formation of Nova Scotia. Atlantic Geology. vol. 43, no. 2, pp. 87-90. (no. 71 on list) Falcon-Lang, H. J., 2009, The earliest history of coal mining and grindstone quarrying at Joggins, Nova Scotia and its implications for the meaning of the place-name “Joggins”. Atlantic Geology 45, pp. 1-21 (no. 85 on list) Another web page is: The Joggins Fossil Cliffs http://jogginsfossilcliffs.net/ Best wishes, Paul H.