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bone bed

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(Geological Science) geology a sediment containing large quantities of fossilized animal remains, such as bones, teeth, scales, etc
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Through 13 essays (some based on papers from the 2011 Plains Conference held in Tucson, Arizona), anthropologists, archaeologists, and other researchers from the US and Mexico explore the Plainview Paleoindian artifact style, considering the nature of the original Plainview bone bed in northwest Texas and its stratigraphic context; the age of the Plainview bison kill and the age range of the Plainview type; and what constitutes the Plainview type, how widespread it is, and how it is related to other Paleoindian artifact styles like Folsom and Goshen.
Currie Dinosaur Museum in Wembley, Albertaone of the worlds foremost museums of paleontologywas designed in association with Teeple Architects, to capitalize on the topographical changes of the sites nearby dinosaur bone bed, making the inside visible from the outside.
Given the required target accuracy and the minimal invasion, a registration method, which was the joint registration of the bone bed malleus short process, was employed in this study.
revealing palaeoenvironmental signatures from the rare earth element compositions in vertebrate microremains of the Upper Wenlock Vesiku Bone Bed from Saaremaa Island in Estonia.
Paulo Manzig from Universidade do Contestado, Brazil, and colleagues discovered the bones in a pterosaur bone bed in rocks from the Cretaceous period.
Carved from stone, June 2014), but I thought walkers following the trail might also like to look out for the Ludlow Bone Bed, a ramshackle collection of fossil fragments lying in the red sands near a roadside verge.
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Fossils found at the bone bed are estimated at about 130 million years old.
But thanks to its sheer mass of skeletons including those with intact skin, one Mongolian bone bed, known as the "Dragon's Tomb," is proving to be among the most spectacular single sites ever discovered in Asia.
Primary stability is absence of mobility in the bone bed after implant or mini-implant placement.