PFOOLEY

"Long time listener, first time caller": an amateur's ambitions in Paleontology

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Congratulations, Mike.     :1-SlapHands_zpsbb015b76:   :fistbump:


Glad to hear it is moving forward. 

Good luck with the paper. 

 

 

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Proud to know you, Mike.  :D  Kudos.

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Well done!  Spencer Lucas is a good person to be associated with!

 

-Joe

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very good.  

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Way to go, Mike! Keep up the good work!

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Awesome, Mike :)

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Thank you.

 

21 hours ago, PFOOLEY said:

...Somewhere along the way...

 

I've realized it is surely because of this Forum...this place has had a tremendous influence on me...

 

...very proud to be a member and happy to know you all. :) 

 

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Fantastic Mike.

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Good job.. There's something I've never done.

What did you mean by receiving criticism for "including ammonite ornament"?

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1 hour ago, Wrangellian said:

What did you mean by receiving criticism for "including ammonite ornament"?

 

Another worker believes that ornament should not be a factor in regard to water depth...therefore, criticized my idea for incorporating it. 

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I see. Is it a fact that ammonites with lots of ornamentation vs. smooth ones (for example) are found in equal numbers in deep and shallow water? I don't know as much about this topic as I should probably.

I've noticed that, in my area, the baculites are mainly found in coarser material which I assume was deposited nearer to shore. All the others, ammos and nauts, smooth and ornamented, planispiral and heteromorph, are found in the deeper water (finer grained) shale.

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Nice work, Mike. 

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Great work Mike, and I love the pictures that you incorporated into your presentation.

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Thank you all...it's been a great experience and I am happy to share it here. Glad you all enjoyed it. :) 

 

 

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Great work! I like it, though my pets are Triassic ammos:) I'm little envy that you can work together with Spencer Lucas. I only read his triassic papers.

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Well-done Mike! Doing something meaningful here :)

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Fantastic!

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Great Mike, congratulations !

Yoi did the step, don't stop now :goodjob:

:)

 

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