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METHODS OF MICROVERTEBRATE SAMPLING AND THEIR INFLUENCES ON TAPHONOMIC INTERPRETATIONS
Abstract Localized accumulations of small vertebrate fossils are relatively common in the Hell Creek Formation (latest Maastrichtian–Paleocene) and have traditionally been collected usingExpand
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First Documented Pathologies in Tenontosaurus tilletti with Comments on Infection in Non-Avian Dinosaurs
In 2001, a nearly complete sub-adult Tenontosaurus tilletti was collected from the Antlers Formation (Aptian-Albian) of southeastern Oklahoma. Beyond its exceptional preservation, computed tomographyExpand
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First report of Apatosaurus (Diplodocidae: Apatosaurinae) from the Cleveland-Lloyd Quarry in the Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation of Utah: Abundance, distribution, paleoecology, and taphonomy of an
Abstract A cervical vertebra preserved at the famous and productive Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry in the Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation of Utah is that of an Apatosaurus , a sauropod dinosaurExpand
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Britain and the Gulf: At the Periphery of Empire
In 1876, Queen Victoria was acclaimed by durbar as Empress of India, and the dual designation of British monarch and empress/emperor was maintained by her successors until 1947. This illustration ofExpand
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The Historical Pattern of Gulf Security
More than a century ago, Bismarck declared, “In international affairs, there are three wasps’ nests besides the Balkans: Morocco and the Mediterranean, the Persian Gulf, and the American MonroeExpand
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Major bonebeds in mudrocks of the Morrison Formation (Upper Jurassic), northern Colorado Plateau of Utah and Colorado
The Morrison Formation contains a number of large quarries that have yielded dinosaurs and other vertebrates, and many of these occur in sandstone beds representing ancient river channels. However, aExpand
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الإقتصاد السياسي لمنطقة الخليج التقرير الموجز لمجموعة العمل
"The Political Economy of the Gulf" Summary Report details research conducted at the CIRS Political Economy of the Gulf working group meetings held in Doha over the course of two years. The projectExpand
What Makes the Gulf States Endure
What has been—and, for that matter, will continue to be—the path followed by the Gulf monarchies, and why has it been so successful? That is the key question that drives any consideration of theExpand
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