Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

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Carboniferous

ETE Projects and Localities

 

The links on this pages lead to additional information about the projects of ETE scientists and the locations where they conduct field work. This is not meant to be an exhaustive list and only highlights some of the many areas where ETE scientists work.

 

Biology of the Early Jurassic sauropodomorph dinosaur Massospondylus from South Africa

SA

The Bones of Amboseli Park, Kenya

Amboseli

Early Late Cretaceous dinosaurs from Central Asia

Uzbek

Early Mesozoic tetrapods of the Newark Supergroup of eastern North America

Newark

 

The fossil record of Neotropical Rainforest - Colombia

Wyoming

 

Global Warming 55 million years ago - Wyoming

Cretaceous Angiosperms

Paleocology and evolutionary biology

Galatia

Paleoecology of Late Cretaceous Angiosperms

fossil leaves

Paleoecology of Terrestrial Mesozoic Ecosystems

baby dino tooth

Response of plant communities to environmental changes

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