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A Family of Explorers in Search of Some of Earth’s Oldest Fossils

by Emily Hughes, National Geographic, June 28, 2017

http://voices.nationalgeographic.com/2017/06/28/a-family-of-explorers-in-search-of-some-of-earths-oldest-fossils/

 

Dr. Mary Droser, University of California, Riverside

http://earthscience.ucr.edu/droser.html

 

Mary Droser studies ediacara fossils, August 2 2013

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-08-02/mary-droser-studies-ediacara-fossils/4862498

 

Yours,

 

Paul H.

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Piecing together the puzzle of the Ediacara Biota: Excavation and reconstruction at the Ediacara National Heritage site Nilpena (South
Australia)
Mary L. Droser,⁎, James G. Gehling, Lidya G. Tarhan, Scott D. Evans, Christine M.S. Hall,
Ian V. Hughes, Emily B. Hughes, Mary E. Dzaugis, Matthew P. Dzaugis, Peter W. Dzaugis,
Dennis Rice
Paleogeography,paleoclimatology,paleoecology 513/2019

droserAustralnilpelagerstediaca031main.pdf

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