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Paleontology Guides Master Index This is a master index of Paleontology Guides that will be created by TFF members that organize and annotate paleontology information on a single subject. Content and links to that content will come from TFF, the internet and personal collections. The Paleontology Guides will be created and updated by editing TFF members. This index is a near stub and will be expanded in the future. Look for "link" next to subject for a link to a Guide. See my Arizona Paleontology Guide as an example of a Guide link. Paleontology Guide Master Index Universal/Worldwide Fruitbat's Pdf Library link Best organized collection of citations and links to free paleontological literature. Country North America USA General USA link Arizona link Texas Europe Germany Austria Asia South America Africa Australia (Oceania) Antartica Geological Rock Units Naco Formation Redwall Formation Geological Time Units Taxonomy Dinosaurs Dinosaur Egg Paleontology Guide - Advanced link Eric P’s great guide to identifying real and phony eggs. Dinosaur Egg Paleontology Guide - Basic link Eric P’s guide to fossil eggs. Plants Petrified Wood Mustoe, George E. 2017. Wood Petrifaction: A New View of Permineralization and Replacement. Geosciences 7, 119. Link Great paper about petrified wood formation in layman’s terms. Trilobites Piranha's open access papers link link Astrobiology Msc Topics Taphonomy Fossil Prep
Arizona Paleontology Guide Paleontology Guides Master Index link My Favorite Paleontology Resources Guide link This is a guide to the most relevant literature, websites, photos and The Fossil Forum content relating to paleontology in Arizona. This main page is a continually updated and monitored index with links to subpages of paleontology resources. Click on links on this page to see content in the subpages. Click on link in the upper right of every subpage to go back to this main page, the index. This is a modest start for an important resource. I have more to add. Please contact me if you if you have any questions, suggestions or content that I should add. Feel free to send a link to this Guide to anyone that needs information about Arizona Paleontology. Thanks to Fruitbat, Joe, for his inspiration and many of the reference citations. Enjoy, John Arizona Paleontology Literature by Formation & Member etc. link Arizona Paleontology Literature by Geological Age link Arizona Paleontology Literature by Taxonomy link Arizona Paleontology Maps link Arizona Paleontology Photos link Arizona Paleontology Websites: General link Arizona Paleontology Websites: Museums, School Depts., Parks & Societies link