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1. Paleontology is the study of ancient life.
2. Many of his paleontology colleagues, however, were predictably outraged, and some remain so to this day.
3. Thus paleontology, the study of ancient life, took its place beside geology.
4. Collect paleontology zoology, biology, and anthropology.
5. Collect paleontology, mammal specimens , malacology, and entomology.
6. Paleontology , geology , zoology, and ethnology.
7. Collect Pacific Rim cultural artifacts, paleontology, and anthropology.
8. He visited the paleontology museum today.
9. Collect paleontology, entomology, zoology, biology, and anthropology.
10. Collect dinosaur fossils and skeletons , paleontology[sentencedict.com], and geology.
11. Engaged in paleontology , geology, glaciology, and the mechanics of research and teaching.
12. Four women at the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology in Beijing, China, underscore a 19-foot (5.7-meter), 200-million-year-old ichthyosaur fossil from southern China.
13. Paleontology and age of the formations are elucidated, which is correlated with relevant areas.
14. Michael Ryan, curator of vertebrate paleontology for the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, published the discovery in this month's Journal of Paleontology.
15. But the same kind of eclipse did not affect that other great area devoted to reconstructing the history of life: paleontology.
16. Two years ago Santana do Cariri, a small town in the heart of the Araripe region, reopened its paleontology museum.
17. The late nineteenth century saw a major expansion of paleontology as new areas were opened up for exploration.
18. But the early debates were conducted almost entirely in terms of comparative anatomy and paleontology.
19. The "China Geology" and "Introduction to geomechanics", "geological earthquake", "astronomy, geology, paleontology , " and so on.
20. Currently accessible for searching are the recent mollusk files, the invertebrate paleontology files, the rotifer collection and Gary Rosenbergs molluscan species database etc.
21. In 1795 a selection of bones made their way to Paris, where they were examined by the rising star of paleontology, the youthful and aristocratic Georges Cuvier.
22. "Too bad we don't have enough information to say for sure it was a love bite, " he laments[sentencedict.com/paleontology.html], "because that would make for some really sexy paleontology."
23. The world's largest lungfish tooth was recently unveiled at the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology annual meeting in Pittsburgh, Pa.
24. The ancient bone bed has been called the birthplace of vertebrate paleontology in North America.
25. The malacology collection currently has more than 450,000 computerized records and invertebrate paleontology has 38,000.
26. The new skull and neck fossils, described in the today's issue of the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, come from the Republic of Niger.
27. Based on a fossil find reported this week in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, University of Florida researchers now think its prey included a 6 to 7-foot-long distant relative of crocodiles.
28. More elaborate dinosaur feathers had already been found, but "these structures were novel, " says Xu, of Beijing's Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology.
29. The paper gives an introduction of Li Siguang's academic thought and achievements in three aspects, on stratigraphic paleontology, Quaternary glaciology and geomechanics.
30. It can be applied in many fileds, such as archaeology, paleontology, art restoration, and so on.
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