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1, Wegener's third main category of evidence was palaeontological.
2, Palaeontological studies only relate to the very small areas of sedimentary cover over certain parts of the crystalline basement in this region.
3, Almost any palaeontological reconstruction or interpretation is speculative, but that does not mean that no speculation is either rewarding or illuminating.
4, The palaeontological material process that Guizhou is one of the origins for Guizhoulacquer trees and it has a long history of production cultivation and utilization.
5, Electing new officials of the International Palaeontological Association.
6, The Internaional Palaeontological Association (IPA) was founded in 1933 as the name of International Paleontological Union (IPU).
7, HAS now been restored in the Palaeontological Museum in Leningrad.
8, Yet this palaeontological paradise holds a dark secret: the mass deaths were not a single event.
9, Palaeontological behaviour study is a new field,(http://sentencedict.com/palaeontological.html) and Sarah Harding is on that frontier.
10, The mammoth has now been restored in the Palaeontological Museum in Leningrad.
11, Nevertheless, even allowing for all the frailties of palaeontologists, there still remains a remarkable picture of palaeontological persistence.
12, It offers a public enquiries service for the purpose of specimen identification for the general public, and houses all of the palaeontological collections.
13, It is unlikely that data on how life originated will be provided by the palaeontological record.
14, Early Tertiary saline formation are widely spreaded in Dongpu Depression, with largethicknesses and highly abundant palaeontological fossils.
15, Rob has also been a guest lecturer at Cambridge University and has been awarded prizes for his presentations from the Palaeontological Association and the Natural History Museum, London.
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