frequently asked questions

The Museum of Paleontology
public education and outreach

The Paleo Pages
various links
photos of trilobites from around the world

University of Wyoming
Geological Museum

Paleontological Research Institution
general interest

Oceans of Kansas Paleontology
info on creatures during the Cretaceous period

PaleoNet Pages
resources for education and communication

Jurassic Reef Park
take a virtual trip to the reefs of the Jurassic period

Paleontological Links
general interest

The Fossil Page
explores many fossil specimens found in Florida

Paleontological Society
international organization devoted to the advancement of the science of paleontology

Paleontological Association
general interest

Paleontological Research Institute
various information

International Organisation of Palaeobotany

Trilobite Homepage
all you ever wanted to know about trilobites

Dino Russ Lair
dinosaur and vertebrate paleontology information

Mazon Creek Fossils
plants and animals found in concretions recovered from the Francis Creek Shale

First Dinosaur Skeleton
pictures on information on first dinosaur skeleton

Casadia-A Paleo Home Page
attempt to make geology more accessible for the public

Ice Age Paleoecology
use of insect fossils to reconstruct environments during the Quaternary Period

Global Atlas of Paleovegetation
palaeovegetation information on seven regions

Arizona Sedimentary Geology and Paleontology Resource
information on fossil sites, geologic formations and identification of marine and lacustrine fossil invertebrates

World of Amber
all you wanted to know about amber

Calcite Palace
information and pictures of Tertiary and Cretaceous nannofossils

Dave's Eocene Fossils
images of Eocene Green River fossils 48 million years old

Journal of Amateur Paleontology
monthly printed and online magazine devoted to all facets of paleontology

Pennsylvania Paleo Page
information and links regarding Pennsylvania's geologic prehistory

California Amateur Paleontology and Fossils
fossils sorted by era

List of Official State Fossils
official state fossil for each state in the U.S. 

Dinosaur Eggs
researchers “hatch” fossilized dinosaur eggs to reveal the embryos inside

The Royal Tyrrell Museum
Newest exhibit: Giants of the Americas

Prominant Hominids Web Page
The story of human evolution

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This page is maintained by Dr. D. Haywick. Please feel free to email
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   Last modified: 04/21/2000