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Found 8 results

  1. Free E-books

    The Gutenberg Project is an project that digitalizes ancient classics that have no more copyright. Next to classic literature (Jane Austen, Shakespeare, Jules Vernes, ...) you can find classic non-fiction. A great part is about archaeology (since 19th centry had next to the rise of paleontology also the rise of archeology of the middle east). On the paleontological subject you can find works from Huxley, Darwin and many others. It's not an illegal site. Just a literature project that wants to keep the old books alive and keep them save from oblivion. http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/search/?query=paleontology
  2. "How the Earth Turned Green; or A Brief 3.8 Billion-Year History of Plants" by Joseph E. Armstrong. Brand new book on plant biology and evolution that I bought for myself, but very quickly realized it was over my head. Don't let this scare you, since I am an ABSOLUTE novice to paleontology. I got it on Amazon, so you can go there to see a review of it if you like. I guess the first person to send me a pm saying they want it can have it. But must be in the US due to overseas postage costs.
  3. Book to give away

    If I have a paleontology book that is over my head, therefore "free to good home in the US," where should I post it?
  4. SPOTS IN INDIANA

    Hello all I am new to this site as you have seen in the welcome page. I am from Indiana and I'm trying to find spots here in Indiana that my girlfriend and I can go to thats public access. We are learning all this one the run lol. I have always been a fossil guy and I have finally decided its the path I want to take. If any of you have any spots or areas that you recommend please let me know.
  5. Today I decided to crack open a number of concretions that I collected years ago from Pit 4. I usually do not crack concretions open, but I have so many, it is one of the ways that I can get through them. I found Neuropteris, Pecopteris, Annularia, stems and bark- nothing special and they are below average finds. If I opened these in the field, I would call them Leverites (Leave It Right There), but since I am at home I could not. The below pics are the fossils that I found- if anyone in the continental U.S. would like these for free, including free postage, PM me and I will send the out. The first person to PM me will receive them. Again, they are nothing special, but they are Mazon Creek fossils. Hopefully it will be of interest in someone new to fossil collecting.
  6. Hello! I put a few Mazon Creek photos up on a photo sharing site. They're free to download / use for anything. Right now, there's a fern https://pixabay.com/en/fossil-fern-rock-paleontology-2174006/ annularia https://pixabay.com/en/fossil-rock-concretion-mazon-creek-2163770/ & this one I call Mazon Creek Daydreams https://pixabay.com/en/fossils-rocks-monotonous-content-2174005/ Anyway, I figured if anyone would want pictures of fossils, they'd be on this site. Let me know what you think and if they're useful. Not sure if there's a need for pictures of fossils.... Kim
  7. AMNH papers made public

    I'm not sure if this has been posted anywhere else on the forum. If it has, I apologize. AMNH has digitized all of its research papers and made them available to the public for free. All you need to do is clink on the link below and type the subject you wish to search. . http://digitallibrary.amnh.org/handle/2246/5/discover
  8. Hundreds Of Free Scientific Papers

    Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark The Bulletin publishes contributions of international interest in all fields of geological sciences, with a natural emphasis on results of new work on material from Denmark, The Faroes and Greenland. http://2dgf.dk/publikationer/bulletin/index.html Here are some examples of articles from the journal Associated skeletal and dental remains of a fossil odontaspidid shark (Elasmobranchii: Lamniformes) from the Middle Eocene Lillebælt Clay Formation in Denmark http://2dgf.dk/xpdf/bull61-37-46.pdf On the osteology and phylogenetic affinities of Morsoravis sedilis (Aves) from the early Eocene Fur Formation of Denmark http://2dgf.dk/xpdf/bull59-23-35.pdf Rare finds of the coiled cephalopod Discoceras from the Upper Ordovician of Bornholm, Denmark http://2dgf.dk/publikationer/bulletin/192bull60.html#2 Eocene Turtles fro Denmark http://2dgf.dk/xpdf/bull-1959-14-2-96-114.pdf
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