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Invertebrate Paleontology

Todd Radenbaugh
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Todd Radenbaugh

University of Regina (Todd is now at University of Alaska, Fairbanks)
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This is a classic evolution-and-fossils kind of course. Students go through major invertebrate groups, examine and interpret fossils and assemblages. Rather than approach the whole world chronologically, the course covers each lineage one-at-a-time. The site is rich in photographs and informational links.

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This is a 200-level geology class.

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Grading for this course is based on exams, a research paper, class/labwork and participation.

References and Notes:

The textbook (Levin, H., 1999, Ancient Invertebrates and Their Living Relatives, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, ISBN: 0-13-748955-2) is $70 from the publisher and includes a guide for identifying fossils as well as the relevant instructional material for a course like the one described above.

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