JLS (jlsjlsjls) wrote,

Nifty palaeontology links ...

... from the back of a travel guide to American/Canadian dinosaur sites (for the curious, 'twas The Random House dinosaur travel guide)

Fossil News : Journal of Avocational Paleontology requires a subscription fee for full access, but a sample issue and a nice selection of archive articles are available as freebies.

Prehistorics Illustrated features reconstructive images usefully indexed by critter name. Also has tons of article/info links and a "Creationism in the News" section (this isn't a creationist/intelligent science site ... they're just sensibly monitoring current events).

Dinosauria On-Line has lots of article and forum links, plus a useful onsite "Dinosaur Omnipedia."

Science Daily is just an all-round great science news site (palaeontology included, but ya gotta look for it)

Happy surfing!

P.S. Sudden summer watch: it was 33C when I got home from work today. Think of me as your early warning system, since our weather usually reaches eastern Canada/northeastern U.S. in 3-5 days. :p

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