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Fossils in them there hills: Yukon gold miners uncover bounty in ancient animal remains each year

If this year’s Yukon gold-mining season goes as planned, the territory’s hundred or so gold-mining operations will sift an estimated 50,000 ounces of nuggets and gold dust out of the Klondike ground. 801 more words


The First Sample

Who knew that a bag of sand could help unravel the history of coral reefs ecosystems? Next time you’re at the beach, grab a handful of sediment and take a look. 408 more words

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A walk along the Jurassic coast in Dorset, England

If you have never been to England, south is the place to go! Accessible from London as well as other cities such as Bournemouth, the main attraction of this area is the… 100 more words

Pictures Of My Travels

First Days of Utah Expedition 2014

Its only been a few days since we set up camp in Utah and already great things are happening on this year’s expedition.  We began by opening up three of the sites discovered last year, including two of our Late Cretaceous localities in the Mussentuchit Member of the Cedar Mountain Formation: Big Daddy skull site and Suicide Hill, the juvenile… 81 more words

Field Blog

Soom Shale of South Africa.

The invention of mystery with abundance fossils, which have been marvellously maintained around half a billion years in a remote region of Africa Coast has been solved by some team member of geologists from the Leicester’s Department of Geology University. 277 more words


Dino Dig 2014: Days 5-12

On Wednesday morning, Nick, Katie, and I visited the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana. Highly recommend going out of your way to see this museum! 92 more words


Thursday Challenge

SHADOWS (Of Trees, People,…)  That is this week’s challenge from Dale at the Thursday Challenge for fun and learning.   There are always new and exciting takes on the week’s theme. 36 more words

Thursday Challenge.