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>Neil Clark <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
>Does anyone subscribe to other bulletin boards with a palaeontological
>bent? Are there any others? I would like to find out more on
>Ordovician through Cretaceous discussion groups.
>I have looked and asked a bit and there does not seem to be a lot in the
>area of soft rock. This is actually one of the most active groups I
>know about. There are a couple of others, that I have found. There is
>a paleobotany list (which does not get many messages - but you can
>usually get good responses from the list so it is read), and a micropal
>(nicropaleotology list). The latter does seem to be fairly active. If
>there is much interest in either of those I can post the subscribing
>directions. The geology newsgroups seen to be mainly interested in
>igneous rocks (Sighhhh).
>Let me (us) know if you find some other really live groups.
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