paleobiology


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paleobiology

[‚pā·lē·ō·bī′äl·ə·jē]
(paleontology)
The branch of paleontology concerned with the biologic aspects of the history of life.
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KEY WORDS: conservation paleobiology, oysters, restoration, geohistorical data, Crassostrea virginica, Ostrea lurida, Crassostrea gigas
Atlas of Paleocene Planktonic Foraminifera; Smithsonian Contribution to Paleobiology, 85: 255.
(1997): The small mammals from the Upper Miocene of the Teruel-Alfambra region (Spain): paleobiology and paleoclimatic reconstructions.
Currie, a professor of dinosaur paleobiology at the University of Alberta; and Peter J.
of Kansas, Lawrence); Jarzembowksi (Nanjing Institute of Geology and Paleoontology, China); Krogmann (entomology, State Museum of Natural History Stuttgart, Germany); Nel (entomology, Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris); and Santiago-Blay (paleobiology, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian, US).
"I think that the conclusions that they draw are misguided," said Bernard Wood, director of the hominid paleobiology doctoral programme at George Washington University.
Schopf, ed., Models in Paleobiology (San Francisco: Freeman Cooper, 1972) pp.
Although examples of urban geology in the undergraduate curricula are numerous, those of urban paleobiology are less frequent.
The 21-year-old will be working alongside the man credited with linking dinosaurs to modern birds as he studies for a Masters in Dinosaur Paleobiology at the University of Alberta.
JANET WADDINGTON is assistant curator in the paleobiology section of the ROM's Department of Natural History.
Archibald, S.B., Bossert, W.H., Greenwood, D.R., and Farrell, B.D., 2010, Seasonality, the latitudinal gradient of diversity, and Eocene insects: Paleobiology, v.