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Paleontology Calendar #4 (long)

This list has some goodies. See particularly the new exhibit in Mesa, 

Paleontology Calendar #4

1 July 1995. NEW EXHIBIT (Thermopolis, Wyoming)
The Wyoming Dinosaur Center opens. Contact the center at 515 Clark, 
Thermopolis, WY 82443 [tel +1-307-864-5522 or +1-307-864-2997].

NEW DATE. 19 August-2 September 1995. DIG (Spain)
The Search for Neanderthals. Searching for fossil hominids in caves in 

Sima de las Palomas and Cueva Negra, Spain, with Michael Walker of 
Murcia University, Spain. Also held 10-24 June, 24 June-8 July, and 5-
19 August. $1695. Contact Earthwatch [tel 800-776-0188 (U.S.), 

Autumn? 1995. MEETING (Newcastle, United Kingdom)
Symposium of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy. No 
details at this time. [HELP!]

CORRECTION. 2-5 September 1995. MEETING (Sudbury, Ontario)
Third International Congress on Living and Fossil Brachiopods. Contact 

Secretariat, Third International Brachiopod Congress, Department of 
Geology, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario P3E 2C6, Canada [fax 

DATE CHANGE. 3-17 September 1995. DIG (Oxford, England)
Oxford Mammoths. Searching for late Tertiary vertebrate fossils with 
Katharine Scott of Oxford University. Also held 18 June-2 July and 30 
July-13 August. $1595. Contact Earthwatch [tel 800-776-0188 (U.S.), 

5 September-3 October 1995. CLASS (Denver, Colorado)
Fossils, Fossils, Fossils: An Introduction to Paleontology. Part of the =

Denver Museum of Natural History's Certification Program in 
Paleontology, which prepares volunteers for the museum. Includes basic 

methods of fossil collection and data recovery, curation, and study. 
Students are given a brief introduction to the history of life, the 
scientific value of fossils, and the rules and regulations of fossil 
collection. Includes one field trip. $40-$50. Contact Anne Beck, Adult 

Programs, DMNH, 2001 Colorado Boulevard, Denver, CO 80205-5798 [tel +1-

303-370-8287, fax +1-303-331-6492].

NEW DATE. 15 September 1995. LECTURE (Golden, Colorado)
The Real Jurassic Park, by Robert Bakker. Sponsored by the Western 
Interior Paleontological Society. $14 and $17, proceeds to benefit 
education and research. Tickets [tel +1-800-444-seat (U.S.)]. For 
information, contact WIPS, P.O. Box 200011, Denver, CO 80220-0011; or 
Roger Crowe [tel +1-303-657-1579].

11 September-2 October 1995. CLASS (Denver, Colorado)
Paleontology of the Western Interior. Part of the Denver Museum of 
Natural History's Certification Program in Paleontology, which prepares =

volunteers for the museum. Explores the rich fossil treasures of the 
Rocky Mountain states, which includes one of the most complete 
sequences of fossiliferous rock in the world. $30-$40. Contact Anne 
Beck, Adult Programs, DMNH, 2001 Colorado Boulevard, Denver, CO 80205-
5798 [tel +1-303-370-8287, fax +1-303-331-6492].

19 September 1995. LECTURE (Dallas, Texas)
Paleoanthropologist Donald Johanson will talk on "Ancestors: In Search 

of Human Origins" in McFarlin Auditorium at Southern Methodist 
University. In 1974, Johanson discovered the 3.2 Ma skeleton now known 

as Lucy. $10-$30. Tickets from Ticketmaster [tel +1-214-373-8000]. For 

information, contact Betsy Harris, Godbey Lecture Series [tel +1-214-
768-2532, fax +1-214-768-4129, email bharris@sun.cis.smu.edu].

25-28 September 1995. MEETING AND FIELD TRIP (Southampton, United Kingdo=
Second meeting of the Bird Bone Working Group, International Council 
for Archaeozoology, held at the University of Southampton. The meeting 

will cover a variety of topics dealing with bird remains in 
archaeology, including the exploitation of domestic and wild birds, 
changes in bird distributions during the prehistoric period, and 
problems of identification and bone survival. A 1-day field trip to 
Dorset will visit a 600-year-old swannery and other sites of 
ornithological and archaeological interest. Contact Dale Serjeantson, 
Faunal Remains Unit, Department of Archaeology, University of 
Southampton, Southampton SO17 1BJ, United Kingdom [tel +44 (0) 703 
676719, fax +44 (0) 703 593032].

28 September-26 October 1995. CLASS (Denver, Colorado)
Reading Planet Earth: An Introduction to Geology. Part of the Denver 
Museum of Natural History's Certification Program in Paleontology, 
which prepares volunteers for the museum. Provides an introduction to 
geology as applied to the fossil record. Students will learn the basics =

of stratigraphy, sedimentology, geological mapping and dating 
techniques, and will complete a field report. Includes two field trips. =

$50-$60. Contact Anne Beck, Adult Programs, DMNH, 2001 Colorado 
Boulevard, Denver, CO 80205-5798 [tel +1-303-370-8287, fax +1-303-331-

7 October 1995-4 February 1996. NEW EXHIBIT (Mesa, Arizona)
The Great Russian Dinosaurs, premier U.S. exhibition, at the Mesa 
Southwest Museum. Features specimens gathered during the past century 
from Russian and Mongolia. Sponsored by the Paleontological Institute, 

Moscow. Shown previously in Japan and Australia. Includes 24 full 
skeletons, 50 skulls, and dozens of other specimens, including nests, 
eggs, hatchlings, and skin impressions. Includes displays of dinosaurs 

(Tarbosaurus bataar [skeleton, skull, forelimb, and braincase], 
Velociraptor mongoliensis [skull], Avimimus portentosus [skeleton], 
Ingenia yanshini [skull], Gallimimus bullatus [skeleton], 
Therizinosaurus cheloniformis [claw], Deinocheirus mirificus [arms with =

hands and claws], Talarurus plicatospineus [skeleton], Tarchia kielanae =

[skull], Saichania chulsanensis [skull and tail], Shamosaurus scutatus 

[skull and scutes], Homalocephale calathocercos [skull cast], 
Prenocephale prenes [skull cast], Iguanodon orientalis [skull], 
Probactrosaurus gobiensis [skeleton], Arstanosaurus sp. [skeleton], 
Saurolophus angustirostris [skeleton], Saurolophus sp. [skin imprint], 

Psittacosaurus mongoliensis [skeleton], Protoceratops andrewsi [2 
skeletons, skulls], Bagaceratops rozhdestvenskyi [skull], Corythosaurus =

convincens [skeleton]), crocodiles (Shamosuchus [skull]), primitive 
birds (Gobipteryx [eggs]), primitive mammals (Djadochtatherium 
[skull]), turtles (Mongolemys elegans [shell]), bony fish 
(Gurvanichthys mongoliensis, Lycoptera middendorfi), freshwater 
bivalves (Buginella buginica, Sainshandia mongolica, 
Plicatotrigonioides khamarinensis), insects (Stychopterus 
[exoskeleton], Hemeroscopus baissicus [dragonfly], Ephemeropsis 
[larva], Coptoclava [larva]), fossil plants (Nyssoidea mongolica 
[fruits], Nelumbo sp. [leaves], Ginkgo sp. [leaves]), temnospondyl 
amphibians (Platyoposaurus stuckenbergi [skull], Thoosuchus jakovlevi 
[2 skulls], Benthosuchus korobkovi [skull]), parareptiles 
(Lanthanosuchus watsoni [skull], Nyctiphruretus acudens [skeleton], 
Scutosaurus karpinskii [2 skeletons], diapsid reptiles (Garjainia 
triplicostata [skeleton], Mesenosaurus romeri [skeleton]), synapsid 
reptiles (Ennatosaurus tecton [skeleton and skull], Biarmosuchus tener 

[skeleton], Eotitanosuchus olsoni [skull], Estemmenosuchus uralensis 
[skeleton and skull], Ulemosaurus svijagensis [skeleton], Titanophoneus =

potens [skeleton], Dicynodon trautscholdi [skull], Lystrosaurus georgi 

[skeleton], Suminia getmanovi [skeleton], Inostrancevia alexandri 
skeleton], Dvinia prima [skull]). $5. Contact Mesa Southwest Museum, 53 =

North Macdonald, Mesa, AZ 85201-7325 [tel +1-602-644-2230, fax +1-602-

10-14 October 1995. MEETING (Halifax, Nova Scotia)
Fifth International Conference on Paleoceanography. Contact Larry 
Mayer, Department of Surveying Engineering, P.O. Box 4400, Fredericton, =

New Brunswick E3B 5A3, Canada [email larry@atlantic.cs.unb.ca] or Trudy =

D. Lewis, Lewis International Inc., ICP-V, Richmond Terrace, Pier 9, 
3295 Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3K 5X8, Canada [tel +1-
902-492-4988, email icpv@predator.ocoeoan.dal.ca].

CORRECTION. 11-14 October 1995. MEETING (Ottawa, Ontario)
Annual meeting of the American Association of Stratigraphic 
Palynologists. Contact Susan A. Jarzen, Canadian Museum of Nature, P.O. =

Box 3443 Station D, Ottawa, Ontario K1P 6P4, Canada [fax +1-613-954-
4724] or Pierre Richard, Laboratoire Jacques-Rousseau, Laboratoire de 
Pal=E9obiog=E9ographie et de Palynologie, D=E9partement de G=E9ographie,=
Universit=E9 de Montr=E9al, C.P. 6128, succursale A, Montr=E9al, Qu=E9be=
c H3C 
3J7, Canada [tel +1-514-343-8023, fax +1-514-343-8008].

27-29 October 1995. SHOW (Glen Rose, Texas)
Fossilmania XIII, held at the Somervell County Expo Center. Sponsored 
by the Austin and Dallas Paleontological Societies. Contact Bill Morgan =

[tel +1-210-492-9163].

NEW INFORMATION. 1-4 November 1995. MEETING (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
Annual meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. Contact Chris =

Beard, Section of Vertebrate Paleontology, Carnegie Museum of Natural 
History, 4400 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 [tel +1-412-622-3246 

or 622-5782, fax +1-412-622-8837, email beardc@clp2.clpgh.org] or Mary 

Ann Schmidt at the museum [tel +1-412-622-3287, fax +1-412-622-8837, 
email schmidtm@clp2.clpgh.org].

8 November 1995. MEETING (London, United Kingdom)
Palaeontological Association Review Seminar: Biomineralization - 
Processes, Patterns and Phylogenetic Implications in Calcifying Groups, =

held at the Natural History Museum. This seminar will "explore how 
insights from studies of biomineralization processes can enlighten our 

understanding of shell structure and phylogeny in groups with 
calcareous skeletons," and "see how knowledge of pattern and diversity 

of calcified skeletons can be used to constrain investigations of 
process." The first session will focus on biomineralization processes, 

mineralogy of calcite and aragonite, and investigatory methods. The 
second session will be devoted to taxonomic groups. Provisional 
speakers include S. Mann (University of Bath); J. D. Taylor, M. J. 
Weedon, J. R. Young, G. Cressey (Natural History Museum); R. Wood 
(University of Cambridge); and T. Ehrendorfer (U.C.L.). Organizers are 

Paul D. Taylor [tel +44-071-938-9409, email P.Taylor@nhm.ac.uk] and 
Jeremy R. Young [tel +44-071-938-8996, email J.Young@nhm.ac.uk].

15-22 November 1995. CLASS (Denver, Colorado)
Research Methods and Report Writing. Part of the Denver Museum of 
Natural History's Certification Program in Paleontology, which prepares =

volunteers for the museum. Students learn the basics of preparing a 
research design for field, laboratory, and scientific projects in 
paleontology. Students write a research proposal and a report on a 
project of their choice. $30-$40. Contact Anne Beck, Adult Programs, 
DMNH, 2001 Colorado Boulevard, Denver, CO 80205-5798 [tel +1-303-370-
8287, fax +1-303-331-6492].

NEW INFORMATION. 18 November 1995. MEETING (London, England)
British Micropalaeontological Society Silver Jubilee Meeting. Meeting 
will include keynote reviews by experts on calcareous nannofossils, 
conodonts, foraminifera, ostracods, palynomorphs, and radiolaria. Contac=
J. B. Riding, British Geological Survey, Keyworth, Nottingham NG12 5GG, =

United Kingdom.

NEW INFORMATION. 14-15 December 1995. MEETING (Paris, France)
Fauna, Flora and Sequence Stratigraphy, organized by Association 
Pal=E9ontologie Fran=E7aise and Soci=E9t=E9 G=E9ologique de France, and =
held at 
the Mus=E9um Nationale d'Histoire Naturelle de Paris. The meeting will 

focus on the interrelationship between paleontological and biological 
processes and sequence stratigraphy. Languages will be French or English=
Contact Association Pal=E9ontologie Fran=E7aise, Fauna, Flora and Sequen=
Stratigraphy Meeting, Laboratoire de Pal=E9ontologie, 8, rue Buffon, F-

75005 Paris [tel +33-40-79-30-46, fax +33-40-79-35-80].

16-20 December 1995. MEETING AND FIELD TRIPS (Galway, Ireland)
Palaeontological Association annual meeting, held at University 
College, Galway. Field trips on 19 December will visit lower Paleozoic 

rocks of South Mayo, the Carboniferous rocks of the Burren and the 
Cliffs of Moher or the shellfish laboratory at Carna, south Connemara. 

Deadline for abstracts is 1 September. Contact the local secretary, 
David Harper, Department of Geology, University College, Galway, 
Ireland [tel +353-91-24411 ext. 2351, fax +353-91-750533, email 

9-23 February 1996. MEETING (Canberra, Australia)
13th Australian Geological Convention. Contact 13th AGC, ACTS, GPO Box 

2200, Canberra, ACT 2601, Australia [tel +61-6 257 3299, fax +61-6 257 

3256, email ihodgson@agso.gov.au]. See also Internet 
[http://www.agso.au/ (click on information button)].

NEW INFORMATION. 11-13 March 1996. MEETING (Austin, Texas)
The annual meeting of the South-Central Section of the Geological 
Society of America and the South-Central Section of the Paleontological =

Society. The following are among symposia of interest to 
paleontologists: Invertebrate Paleontology of the South-Central Region; =

contact James Sprinkle, Department of Geological Sciences, University 
of Texas, Austin, TX 78712 [tel +1-512-471-4264, fax +1-512-471-9425] 
or Rena Bonem, Department of Geology, Baylor University, Waco, TX 
76798-7354 [tel +1-817-755-2361, fax +1-817-755-2673, email 
bonemr@baylor.edu]. Late Cretaceous-Early Tertiary Stratigraphy: K-T 
Boundary and the Impact; contact Dick Buffler, University of Texas, 
Institute for Geophysics, Austin, TX 78712 [tel +1512-471-6156, email 
dick@utig.ig.utexas.edu]. Vertebrate Paleontology of the South-Central 

Region; contact Ernie Ludelius, Department of Geological Sciences, 
University of Texas, Austin, TX 78712 [tel +1-512-471-6556, fax +1-512-

471-9425, email ernie@maestro.geo.utexas.edu] or Tim Rowe, Department 
of Geological Sciences, University of Texas, Austin, TX 78712 [tel +1-
512-471-1725, fax +1-512-471-9425, email rowe@maestro.geo.utexas.edu]. 

For general information, contact the Geological Society of America, 
P.O. Box 9140, Boulder, CO 80301 [tel +1-303-447-2020].

CORRECTION. March 1996. MEETING (probably Vernal, Utah)
Western Association of Vertebrate Paleontology annual meeting. Includes =

field trip. Contact Sue Ann Bilbey, Utah Field Museum, Vernal, Utah 
[tel +1-801-789-3799].

12-14 April 1996. EXPO (Macomb, Illinois)
National Fossil Exposition XVIII, held at Western Illinois University. 

Sponsored by Mid-America Paleontological Society. Contact Gilbert 
Norris [tel +1-309-786-6505] or Allyn Adams [tel +1-319-391-5443].

17-19 April 1996. MEETING (London, United Kingdom)
International Symposium on the Relationships of Major Arthropod Groups, =

held at the Natural History Museum. Leading paleontologists, 
zoologists, embryologists, and molecular biologists will exchange 
views. The aim is to illuminate the controls on morphogenesis and to 
discover whether new fossils known from the Cambrian are consistent 
with phylogenetic hypotheses derived from the study of developmental 
genes or classical morphology. The format for the meeting will be 
presentations by each of the key speakers with ample time set aside for =

discussion. Evening discussion sessions will facilitate the synthesis 
of results from different fields and identify areas in need of further 

attention. Speakers include L. G. Abele, M. Akam, G. Boxshall, D. E. G. =

Briggs, G. Budd, R. A. Dewel, M. Dick, W. Dohle, P. Selden, G. E. 
Edgecombe, D. J. Eernisse, G. Fryer, O. Kraus, N. P. Kristensen, J. 
Kukalova-Peck, C. Nielsen, H. F. Paulus, L. Ramskold, A. P. Rasnitsyn, 

F. R. Schram, W. A. Shear, J. W. Valentine, D. Walossek, P. Weygoldt, 
P. M. Whitington, R. Willman, and J. Zrzavy. To receive circulars (next =

one in October), contact (preferably by email) Richard H. Thomas, 
Department of Zoology, The Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, 
London SW7 5BD, United Kingdom [fax +44 (0) 171 938 8754, email 

4 May 1996. MEETING (Ithaca, New York)
Annual membership meeting, Paleontological Research Institution. Contact=
: PRI, 1259 Trumansburg Road, Ithaca, NY 14850-1398 [fax +1-607-273-
6620, email wda1@cornell.edu].

14-18 May 1996. MEETING (Santa Rosa, La Pampa, Argentina)
Paleogene of South America Congress. Contact Silvio Casadio, Dpto. 
Ciencias Naturales, Universidad Nacional de La Pampa, Uruguay 151, 6300 =

Santa Rosa La Pampa, Argentina [tel +54 954 33093, fax +54 954 33408].

NEW INFORMATION. 27-29 May 1996. MEETING (Winnipeg, Manitoba)
Joint annual meeting of the Geological Association of Canada and 
Mineralogical Association of Canada. Contact G. S. Clark, Department of =

Geological Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 
2N2, Canada [tel +1-204-474-8857, fax +1-204-261-7581].

9-12 June 1996. MEETING (Washington, D.C.)
Symposium on Biotic Recoveries from Mass Extinctions, International 
Geological Correlation Programme Project 335, held at the Smithsonian 
Institution during the Sixth North American Paleontological Convention 

(see separate entry for 9-12 June). Contact Douglas H. Erwin, 
Department of Paleobiology, NHB-121, National Museum of Natural 
History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC 20560 [tel +1-202-357-

2053, fax +1-202-786-2832, email MNHPB028@SIVM.SI.EDU] or Erle G. 
Kauffman, Earth Systems Science Center, Deike 248, Pennsylvania State 
University, University Park, PA 16802-2711 [tel +1-814-863-9663, fax 
+1-814-865-3191, email claudia@essc.psu.edu].

23-27 June 1996. MEETING (Switzerland)
Carbonates and Global Change: A Multidisciplinary Approach. An SEPM/IAS =

research conference. Contact Maria Mutti, Geological Institute, ETH-Z, 

Sonneggstrasse 5, CH-8092 Zurich, Switzerland [tel +41-1-632-3673, fax 

+41-1-632-1080, email maria@erdw.ethz.ch].

NEW INFORMATION. 4-14 August 1996. MEETING (Beijing, China)
30th International Geological Congress. Symposia of interest to 
paleontologists include A-4 (Biological Evolution in the Early History 

of the Earth), A-6 (Interaction Among the Lithosphere, hydrosphere, 
biosphere, and atmosphere), 1-6 (Towards an Integrated Global 
Ordovician Time Scale: Boundaries and Subdivision), 1-7 (The 
Permian/Triassic Boundary and Global Triassic Correlations), 1-8 
(Global Events and Correlation of Jurassic and Cretaceous Strata), 1-10 =

(Biostratigraphy), 2-1 (Palaeobiogeography and Reconstruction of 
Palaeocontinents), 2-2 (Global Mass Extinction and Subsequent Biotic 
Recovery Through Geologic History), 2-3 (Palaeocommunities Through 
Geological History), 2-4 (Taphonomy, Trace Fossils, and Extraordinarily =

Preserved Fossil Groups), 2-5 (Evolution of Marine Vertebrates), 2-6 
(Evolution and Environmental Significance of Calcareous Algae, 
Stromatolites, and Mud Mounds), 8-5 (Sedimentary Environments and 
Biological Evolution of Proterozoic Continents and Continental 
Margins), 15-4 (Palaeoanthropology and Geoarchaeology), 15-5 (Migration =

of Plants and Animals Related to Environmental Variation in the Late 
Cenozoic). Abstract deadline is 1 November 1995. Short courses include 

SA01-Application of Ichnology to Petroleum Exploration and Sequence 
Stratigraphy (2-3 August, $150), SA09-Sequence Stratigraphy: Concepts 
and Application (2-3 August, $250), SC03-Numerical Estimation of 
Geological Time Scales (15 August, $50), SC04-Automated Sequencing of 
Stratigraphic Events and Correlation (16 August, $150). Workshops 
include WB09-Trace Fossils in Sedimentology and Basin Analysis (10-11 
August, no cost), WB18-The Shallow Tethys (11 August, no cost). Field 
trips with special emphasis on paleontology and paleoanthropology 
include T106-Geology of the Yangtze Gorges Area (27 July-2 August, 
$950), T115-Jurassic Dinosaur Fossils of Sichuan and Their Taphonomic 
Conditions (27 July-2 August, $770), T118-The Sinian-Cambrian Boundary 

Section and the Meishucun and Chengjiang Faunas in Yunnan (28 July-3 
August, $946), T203-Palaeoanthropological Relics and Quaternary 
Speleostratigraphy in Zhoukoudian, Beijing (10 August, $50), T215-
Cretaceous Non-Marine Sequences in the Western Hills, Beijing (10 
August, $40), T217-Mesozoic Stratigraphy and Faunas in the Luanping-
Chengde Region, Hebei Province (10-11 August, $198), T318-Geology of 
Shengli Oil Field of Shandong Province (15-19 August, $530), T320-
Mesozoic and Cenozoic Biota in Shandong Province (15-18 August, $420), 

T321-Geology of the Fuxin and Fushun Mesozoic and Cenozoic Coal Basins 

(15-19 August, $1060), T326-Stratigraphy and Palaeontology of the 
Nanjing Hills and Its Adjacent Areas (15-23 August, $716), T340-same as =

T106 (15-21 August, $950), T348-Devonian and Carboniferous 
Stratigraphy, Sedimentary Facies and Palaeontology of Guangxi (15-20 
August, $705), T354-Quaternary Geology and Palaeoenvironment of desert 

and Loess Plateau in Northern China (15-23 August, $935), T394-Permian 

and Triassic Sequences of Continental Facies in the Dalongkou Area, 
Jimsar and the Turpan Basin of Xinjiang (15-21 August, $1367), T395-
Palaeoecological Environment of Nested Dinosaur Eggs in Xixia, Henan 
Province (15-20 August, $560). For additional information, contact 
Secretariat Bureau, 30th IGC, P.O. Box 823, Beijing 100037, China [fax 


NEW INFORMATION. 17-24 August 1996. MEETING (Budapest, Hungary)
Fifth International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology. 
Contact IBUSZ Congress, RCS: 551-003-096 ICSEB V, H-1053 Budapest, 
Ferenciek tere 2, Hungary [tel +36-1-118-3362, fax +36-1-118-9161].

8-11 October 1996. MEETING (Tallinn, Estonia)
Third Baltic Stratigraphical Conference, sponsored by the Baltic 
Stratigraphical Association. The theme will be High-Resolution 
Biostratigraphy and Baltic Regional Stratigraphy. Possible 2-day field 

trip to visit lower Paleozoic near Tallinn. Contact Dimitri Kaljo, 
Conference Chair, Institute of Geology, Estonian Academy of Sciences, 7 =

Estonia Ave., EE0100 Tallinn, Estonia [tel +372.2.454653, fax 
+372.6.312074, email kaljo@pzgeol.gi.ee].

January 1998. MEETING (Panama)
International Bryozoology Association meeting. Details later.

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