vertebrate paleontology

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Noun1.vertebrate paleontology - the paleontology of vertebratesvertebrate paleontology - the paleontology of vertebrates  
fossilology, palaeontology, paleontology - the earth science that studies fossil organisms and related remains
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According to Los Alamos National Lab, the scientists are expected to present more detailed results for the Bisti Beast at the annual Society of Vertebrate Paleontology meeting this month in Canada.
The collections he made over a period spanning three decades included discoveries that would highlight the importance of the fossil record from Nova Scotia for future research in vertebrate paleontology.
No other data were associated with the specimen and no correspondence pertinent to it could be found in archives of the OMNH vertebrate paleontology collection.
Field guide to the vertebrate paleontology of the Trinity Group, Lower Cretaceous of central Texas.
Territory of Kyrgyzstan is appealing from the standpoint of paleontology and dinosaur faunas studies, because here one can find fossils from all geological periods, expert on vertebrate paleontology, employee of Institute of Geology of National Academy of Science of Kyrgyzstan Isak Bakirov said in an interview with AKIpress.
For anyone concerned about frogs, salamanders, and other amphibians' role as a key indicator species in the web of life, the author of the then authoritative Vertebrate Paleontology and Evolution (1988) traces their origins from when they evolved from creatures with fins to their current decline and precarious future.
The mural is part of a major expansion of the Carnegie museum's dinosaur halls, says Matt Lamanna, assistant curator of vertebrate paleontology.
The presidents of the American Geological Institute, the American Geophysical Union, the American Paleontological Society, the Association of American State Geologists, the Geological Society of America, the National Association of Geoscience Teachers, and the Society for Vertebrate Paleontology signed a joint letter to the NPS urging that A Different View be removed "from shelves where buyers are given the impression that the book is about earth science and its content endorsed by the National Park Service.
Timothy Rowe, director and curator of the vertebrate paleontology laboratory of the Texas Memorial Museum, describes the DigiMorph experience as "mind-boggling," and the same could be said for some of the NSF-funded digital library projects at Stanford University (CA).
Xiaoming Wang, associate curator for the museum's vertebrate paleontology department, went out to investigate after seeing the photos, which show the upper nose plus a little bit of the teeth root of what may be a 3 1/2-foot-tall horse called merychippus that lived at the same time as mastodons and saber-toothed cats.
Numbers ate of the Vertebrate Paleontology Collections, Michigan State University Museum (MSUVP).