Marie Stopes and the Fern Ledges of Saint John, New Brunswick

@inproceedings{FalconLang2007MarieSA,
  title={Marie Stopes and the Fern Ledges of Saint John, New Brunswick},
  author={H. Falcon-Lang and R. Miller},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract Marie Stopes (1880–1958) is best known for her controversial writings on sex, marriage and birth control, but during her 20s and 30s she carved out a successful career as a palaeobotanist. Here, we discuss her work on the Fern Ledges of Saint John, New Brunswick. The age of these fossil beds had long been shrouded in controversy. The eminent 19th-century geologist, Sir William Dawson, had argued that they were Devonian and represented remains of the oldest known terrestrial ecosystem… Expand
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