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What is Palaeontology or Palaeobiology?


A.D. Barnosky et al. (2017): Merging paleobiology with conservation biology to guide the future of terrestrial ecosystems. Abstract, Science, 355.

Museum of Paleontology (UCMP), University of California, Berkeley: Frequently Asked Questions about Paleontology. Go to: What is paleontology?

R. Ebbighausen and D. Korn (2013): Paleontology as a circumstantial evidence lawsuit. In PDF, Historical Biology, 25: 283-295.

Douglas H. Erwin, Geotimes: Out of the Past and Into the Future.

Douglas Erwin, Department of Paleobiology, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC: Quo Vadis Paleontology? The PaleoNet Forum: A Monthly Electronic Journal August, 1995: Volume 1, Issue 1.

Walter M. Fitch and Francisco J. Ayala (eds.), The National Academies Press (NAP), National Academy of Sciences (NAS): Tempo and Mode in Evolution: Genetics and Paleontology 50 Years After Simpson.

! F. T. Fuersich, Institute of Palaeontology, Würzburg (Paleo21): Paleobiology in the 21st Century.

! Jean-Claude Gall, EOST-Institut de Géologie, Université Louis Pasteur de Strasbourg (Paläontologische Gesellschaft): Teaching Palaeontology in the 21 st century. Website archived by Internet Archive Wayback Machine.

Jere H. Lipps, Department of Integrative Biology and Museum of Paleontology, University of California, Berkeley: Paleontology: A Candle in the Dark. How popular is paleontology? Palaeontologia Electronica 6 (2), 2003 (Coquina Press).

Jere H. Lipps, Department of Integrative Biology and Museum of Paleontology, University of California, Berkeley: How to get a Reputation in Paleontology! A Twelve-Step Program. Palaeontologia Electronica, Volume 5, Issue 1, 2002; or Palaeontologia Electronica, Volume 5, Issue 2, (Coquina Press), 2003. Go to "Into Focus": HOW TO GET A REPUTATION IN PALEONTOLOGY II: A BETTER TWELVE-STEP PROGRAM (also available in PDF).

Godfrey Nowlan, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario: A career in paleontology.

The Palaeontological Association, UK: Careers in Palaeontology and Postgraduate Opportunities.

Paleo21. Paleontology in the 21st Century (An International Senckenberg Conference and Workshop, Frankfurt, 1997).
! Reports and Recommendations.

! Roy E. Plotnick, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Illinois, Chicago: SWOTing at Paleontology. PDF file, American Paleontologist 15, 2007. "SWOT analysis is a strategic planning tool used to evaluate the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats involved in a project or in a business venture", see here.

! Wolfgang Oschmann, Christian Dullo, Volker Mosbrugger & Fritz F. Steininger, "PALÄONTOLOGIE IM 21. JAHRHUNDERT": Evolution des Systems Erde: Geobiologische und paläobiologische Prozesse als Antrieb. Palaeontology explained in a nutshell (in German).

The Palaeontological Association:
! Careers in Palaeontology and Postgraduate Opportunities.
! Current PhD projects in Palaeontology.

The Paleobiological Fund, Readfield, ME. The Paleobiological Fund is established to support and enhance paleobiological and paleontological research and education in order to increase our knowledge about the evolution of all life forms and processes through fossil data. Go to: What is Paleobiology?

! Paleontology in the 21st Century (An International Senckenberg Conference and Workshop): Reports and Recommendations. In early September 1997, 108 paleontologists and allied individuals from 30 countries met at Senckenberg Museum, Frankfurt, Germany. The purpose of the Senckenberg workshop was to initiate and nurture a dialogue concerning the future of palaeontology.
Website now saved by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

Mickey P. Rowe and Mary Kirkaldy, Paleo FAQs: So You Want to be a Paleontologist. A Career in Paleontology. Available via Wayback Machine.

! M.R. Sánchez-Villagra and N. MacLeod (2014): Issues in Palaeobiology: a Global View Interviews and Essays (Scidinge Hall Verlag, Zürich). In PDF. See also here (Table of Contents).

! Department of Paleobiology, at the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.: What is Paleobiology? Website archived by Internet Archive Wayback Machine.

Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Paleontology.
Paleobiology.
! Category:Paleontology.
Paläontologie (in German).
Paläobiologie (in German).
! Kategorie:Paläontologie (in German).
Category:History of paleontology.
Category:Paleontology timelines.
Kategorie:Geschichte der Paläontologie (in German).
Origin of life.
History of paleontology. See especially: Paleobotany and the origin of the word paleontology.
Kategorie:Paläobotanik in German).













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