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Contributions to Canadian Palaeontology.
National Museum of Canada.
|Series||Bulletin (National Museum of Canada) -- 54, National Museum of Canada Geological Series -- 49|
|Contributions||Sternberg, C.M., McLearn, F.H.|
Published as part of Lambe L. M., , New genera and species from the Belly River Series (mid-Cretaceous), Geological Survey of Canada Contributions to Canadian Palaeontology 3, pp. on pages Sp. nov. The carapace of a turtle, repre- sented by costal and other bones, shown in fig. *7, is remarkable for certain peculiarities of structure. Of the seven costal bones . Applications of Palaeontology Techniques and Case Studies Palaeontology, the scientific study of fossils, has developed from a descriptive science to an analytical science used to interpret relationships between Earth and life history. This book provides a comprehensive and thematic treatment of applied palaeontology, covering the use of File Size: KB.
Published as part of Lambe L. M., , New genera and species from the Belly River Series (mid-Cretaceous), Geological Survey of Canada Contributions to Canadian Palaeontology 3, pp. on pages Baena hatcheri, Hay. Baena hatcheri Hay. Annals of the Carnegie Museum, pp. ) plate XV. " Description of a new species of Baena (B. hatcheri) from . Geological Survey of Canada: Contributions to Canadian palaeontology [electronic resource]: volume IV / (Ottawa: S.E. Dawson, ), also by Lawrence M. Lambe (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Geological Survey of Canada: Contributions to Canadian paleontology. v (Ottawa [etc.] Govt. Print.
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