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Class Notes for Paleontology

PALEO200 Lecture 7: LEC7

NAMING SPECIES VIDEO —> era of European expansion. new animals and ...

University of Alberta
Paleontology
PALEO200
PALEO200 Lecture 8: CHP8

CLADES VIDEO —> dinosaurs evolved from a single common ancestor spe...

University of Alberta
Paleontology
PALEO200
PALEO200 Lecture 9: CHP9

DEEP TIME VIDEO —> geologic time scale .. shows how the history of ...

University of Alberta
Paleontology
PALEO200
PALEO200 Lecture 10: CHAP 10

PALEOGEOGRAPHY VIDEO —> Alfred Wegener.. while looking through a b...

University of Alberta
Paleontology
PALEO200
PALEO200 Lecture 6: Lecture 6

Lecture 6 video notes Defensive Adaptations hard shells hard to eat...

University of Alberta
Paleontology
PALEO200
PALEO200 Lecture 7: Chapter 7

Chapter 7- What is a Species? Carl Linnaeus- great enduring service...

University of Alberta
Paleontology
PALEO200
PALEO200 Lecture 3: LESSON 3

LESSON 3 VIDEOS: TYPES OF EATERS: carnivore like wolf- sharp teeth ...

University of Alberta
Paleontology
PALEO200
PALEO200 Lecture 4: lec 4

STANCE • mammals and birds: upright stance: erect.upright is more ...

University of Alberta
Paleontology
PALEO200
PALEO200 Lecture 8: lec 8

Chapter 8 Evolution • heritable: trait is part of an organisms g...

University of Alberta
Paleontology
PALEO200
PALEO200 Lecture 2: Lesson 2

Lesson 2 video notes ! TAPHONOMY: dino provincial park taphonomy: w...

University of Alberta
Paleontology
PALEO200

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