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Dinosaur Systematics: Theropod teeth from the Judith River Formation of southern Alberta, Canada
Abstract Few attempts have been made in the past to identify dinosaur teeth at the species level, and consequently, many have assumed that they cannot be identified. However, a diverse assemblage ofExpand
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The Earliest Primates
The known range of the Primates is extended down from the middle Paleocene to the early Paleocene and late Cretaceous by a new genus and two new species from Montana, Purgatorius unio and P.Expand
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Cooling rates of young people swimming in cold water.
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Gradual Dinosaur Extinction and Simultaneous Ungulate Radiation in the Hell Creek Formation
Dinosaur extinction in Montana, Alberta, and Wyoming was a gradual process that began 7 million years before the end of the Cretaceous and accelerated rapidly in the final 0.3 million years of theExpand
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Cretaceous Mammals from Montana
A series of Cretaceous mammal faunas, beginning with standard late Cretaceous faunas and continuing with three of Paleocene aspect, are summarized. Four families (Eucosmodontidae, Taeniolabididae,Expand
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Origin and Evolution of Earth: Principles of Historical Geology
1. Geologic Time and Fossils. 2. Plate Tectonics. 3. Origin of the Solar System. 4. Evolution of the Earth's Crust. 5. Earth's Atmosphere, Oceans, and Climates. 6. The Origin and Evolution of Life.Expand
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Depression of sublingual temperature by cold saliva.
Sublingual and oesophageal temperatures were compared at various air temperatures in 16 subjects. In warm air (25-44 degrees C) sublingual temperatures stabilized within plus or minus 0-45 degrees CExpand
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Abstract 1. 1. Dialyzable non-ionized milk sugars from forty-nine placental and three marsupial species have been investigated chromatographically. Conspicuous taxonomic differences in proportions ofExpand
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