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Dinosaur Tracks and Trackways part of SERC Web Resource Collection

Tracks are useful indicators of dinosaur behavior. This site is devoted to understanding dinosaur footprints through examining their shape, method of formation, preservation, and distribution. Ways ...

Ichnology of Sea Turtles part of SERC Web Resource Collection

Through observance of marks left by sea turtle nesting and movement patterns along with accompanying cross-sections of nests, this web page uses a modern analog to describe sea turtle tracks and ...

Ichnofacies part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This web page provides an overview of some of the types of ichnofacies. Using diagrams, descriptions and a chart, this page describes the different ichnofacies as they transition from offshore to ...

Trackroom Tour part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This website from Amherst College contains some selected images of dinosaur tracks from the Hitchcock Cabinet at Amherst College, the largest collection of dinosaur footprints in the world. The ...

Trace Fossil Image Database part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This database from Emory University consists of images and basic information concerning trace fossils photographed by Anthony Martin. Included in this information is the formation, age, and locality ...

The Archaeology of Yellow Jacket Pueblo: Faunal Remains part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This report provides in depth descriptions of faunal preservation at Yellow Jacket Pueblo in southwestern Colorado. The remains are identified by animal group and described according to their ...

Taphonomy: New Branch of Paleontology part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This site contains an article by Ivan Efremov from a 1940 issue of the Pan-American Geologist. This article was the first to define the field of taphonomy, which is the study of the effects of burial ...

Fossilization and Taphonomy part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This is a classroom exercise from the Idaho Museum of Natural History on the preservation of fossils. The exercise is designed for high school or introductory college classes. This activity is to be ...

Violence in the Bogs part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This website from the Archeological Institute of America features images and descriptions of human bodies that have been preserved in bogs in Europe. For each case, there is an archeological ...

Triassic megatracksites in carbonate tidal flats of the Germanic Basin part of SERC Web Resource Collection

The vertebrate tracks from the Muschelkalk Formation of the mid-Triassic are discussed on this web-page. An analysis of stratigraphy and surficial geology is included in reference to track creation ...



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