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UW WHITEWATERGEOLGY 307RexWinter

GEOLGY 307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ceratosaurus, Theropoda, Mandible

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Theropoda beast foot. the theropod dinosaurs spanned the entire duration of dinosaurs, from the late triassic until the end of the cretaceous. A large
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UW WHITEWATERGEOLGY 307RexWinter

GEOLGY 307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: John Bell Hatcher, Dinosaur Renaissance, Deinonychus

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The scientific study of dinosaurs began in england during the 1820s. The 1st dinosaur to be described scientifically was the megalosaurus named by. Two
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UW WHITEWATERGEOLGY 307RexWinter

GEOLGY 307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Carpometacarpus, Ecological Collapse, Rudists

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One explanation links the extinction of dinosaurs to the impact of a comet or meteorite that exploded upon striking the earth 65 million years ago. Sec
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UW WHITEWATERGEOLGY 307RexWinter

GEOLGY 307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Macroevolution, Hydronym, Monophyly

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Book note: chapter 2 evolution, phylogeny, and classification. Paleontologists are scientists who study fossils, base their understanding of the histor
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UW WHITEWATERGEOLGY 307RexWinter

GEOLGY 307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Depositional Environment, Gastrolith, Coprolite

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Most dinosaur fossils are mineralized bones but dinosaur fossils include tracks, eggs, skin impressions, and stomach stones called gastroliths and foss
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UW WHITEWATERGEOLGY 204Rex HangerSpring

GEOLGY 204 Chapter 1: Geology 204

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