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Magazine articles on archaeology, paleontology, artifacts, prehistoric origins.
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Scientific American
February 2009
Kate Wong
New Fossil Shows how the Turtle Got Its Shell Odontochelys semitestacea, the oldest turtle fossil yet, has a fully formed lower shell, or plastron, but lacks a fully formed upper shell mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
Scientific American
December 2008
John Rennie
Dynamic Darwinism: Evolution Theory Thrives Today The naturalist would approve of how evolutionary science continues to improve mark for My Articles 119 similar articles
Scientific American
December 2008
Peter Brown
Digging Ancient Iraq: How Mesopotamia Has Weathered the War How badly damaged are the archaeological remains of ancient Mesopotamia? mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
Science News
September 28, 2008
Sid Perkins
Book Review: A History Of Paleontology Illustration By Jane P. Davidson Although artists have been creating pictures of fossils for more than 500 years, Davidson's book is the first to comprehensively tackle the topic of how those remains have been portrayed through the ages. mark for My Articles 74 similar articles
September 22, 2008
Andrew Curry
Pleistocene Park: Where the Auroxen Roam In theory, we could re-create conditions that last existed when mammoths walked the earth and the environment was healthier and more diverse. mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
Scientific American
September 2008
Charles Q. Choi
Mammoth Sequences: A Hunt for DNA from the Extinct Titans of the Klondike Duane Froese and Ross MacPhee on an excavation dig to collect material that might hold Pleistocene genetic clues to mammoths mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
High on Adventure
August 2008
Vicki Andersen
John Day Fossil Beds Situated within the deeply eroded layers of volcanic ash, the John Day Formation is a well-preserved history of the flora and fauna that flourished during 40 million years of the Cenozoic Era. mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
Scientific American
July 2008
Michelle Press
Reviews: "A View of Science, Reason and Religion" Fossils in America, science and religion, and Saturn's giant moon are the topics of some new science books reviewed in this article. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 2008
Column: The crucible Lemnian Earth was not just a substance dug from the ground; it was prepared in a ritualistic way. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
July 2008
Paleontologist: This Is My Job Don Esker, curator of the Mammoth Site in Hot Springs, S.D., has wanted to work with fossils since he was 4 years old. mark for My Articles
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