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New from Snet: Lithologs
, a new tool to create lithological/sedimentological logs online..
Wednesday, 05 December 2018
This trilobite fossil was on display at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York city in July 2018. The trilobite fossil is named Drotops armatus. It was found in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco and dates to the Devonian Period. Accession number is Fl-84362. Donated by Andy Secher.
Learn more about the museum at https://www.amnh.org/
Their trilobite exhibit was made
Die Gegend der Loyalty Islands wurde von einem sehr starken Erdbeben der Magnitude 7,6 erschüttert. Das Epizentrum lag offshore, gut 110 km von der Küste des nächsten Eilandes entfernt. Die Tiefe des Erdbebenherdes wird mit 30 km angegeben. Es wurde Tsunami-Alarm gegeben und tatsächlich soll es eine relativ kleine Hafenwelle gegeben haben. Dank der großen ... Weiterlesen ...
The 1st Palaeontological Virtual Congress is underway now, and will run through December 15. Mike and I have two presentations up: “What do we mean by the directions ‘cranial’ and ‘caudal’ on a [...]
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