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Paleont. Calendar #1 (part 2)(July 1, '95) [LONG]



8-12 July 1995. MEETING (Montreal, Quebec)
Annual meeting of the Society of Systematic Biologists, Society for the 
Study of Evolution, and American Society of Naturalists. Held in 
conjunction with the 27th International Numerical Taxonomy Conference. 
Contact EVOL Secretariat, Conference Office, McGill University, 550 
Sherbrooke St. West, West Tower, Suite 490, Montreal, Quebec  H3A 1B9.

9-23 July 1995. DIG (Hot Springs, South Dakota)
Mammoth Graveyard. Searching for mammoths with Larry Agenbroad and Jim 
Mead of Northern Arizona University. Also held 25 June-9 July. $1395. 
Contact Earthwatch [tel 800-776-0188, info@earthwatch.org].

10-14 July 1995. MEETING (Sydney, Australia)
Reefs and Carbonate Platforms in the Pacific and Indian Oceans. Contact 
D. D. Bergersen, Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of 
Sydney [fax 61-2-692-0184].

10-14 July 1995. MEETING (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Second International Conference on Pelagic Biogeography (IcoPB). Emphasis 
on recent developments with planktonic and nektonic organisms. Contact S. 
van der Spoel, Institute of Taxonomic Zoology, Amsterdam [fax 31-20-
5255402].

10-14 July 1995. FIELD CAMP/DIG (Price, Utah)
Dinosauring Camp for ages 12-18 headquartered at the College of Eastern 
Utah. Sponsored by the Dinamation International Society. Also held 5-9 
June, 12-16 June, 17-21 June, 24-28 June, 3-7 July, 15-19 July, 22-26 
July, 29 July-2 August, 5-9 August, 14-18 August, and 19-23 August. $525. 
Contact Dinosauring Camp, 4304 Windsor Drive, Provo, UT 84604 [tel 801-
221-1824, fax 801-221-0618].

11-16 July 1995. FIELD STUDY (Medicine Bow, Wyoming)
Field work, lectures, museum visits, and prospecting in the company of 
Robert Bakker. Emphasis is on the Jurassic Morrison Formation in the 
vicinity of Como Bluff. Also held 1-6 July 1995, 5-10 August 1995, 19-24 
August 1995, and 21-26 July 1996. $1050 (1995)/$1100 (1996). Contact 
Dinamation International Society, 550 Crossroads Court, Fruita, CO 81521 
[tel 800-DIG-DINO].

11-22 July 1995. FIELD COURSE (northeast Wyoming)
Field Collection and Laboratory Methods in Vertebrate Paleontology, 
Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. This 4-sem-hr credit course (CT-9538-495) is 
sponsored by the Colorado School of Mines and the U.S. Geological Survey 
and is aimed primarily at K-12 teachers. The focus is on Eocene 
continental sediments and fossils but includes Paleozoic and Mesozoic 
invertebrate fossils, dinosaurs, plant megafossils, and trace fossils. 
$450. Contact CSM Teacher Enhancement Program, Office of Special 
Programs and Continuing Education, Golden, CO 80401 [tel 303-273-3303] 
or Elisabeth Brouwers [tel 303-236-5667, brouwers@greenwood.cr.usgs.gov]

14-24 July 1995. DIG (near Hartsel, Colorado)
Excavating and collecting Pleistocene mammals in and around Porcupine 
Cave. This ongoing research program is sponsored partly by the Western 
Interior Paleontological Society. Contact Lou Taylor, Standard Geological 
Services Inc., 6920 Jordan Road, Suite M, Englewood, CO 80112 [tel 303-
680-4816 or 303-972-8955].

15-19 July 1995. DIG (western Colorado)
Searching for Jurassic Morrison Formation dinosaurs in the Mygatt-Moore 
Quarry near Grand Junction. Also held 27-31 May 1995, 3-7 June 1995, 24-
28 June 1995, 8-12 July 1995, 22-26 July 1995, 29 July-2 August 1995, 5-
9 August 1995, 19-23 August 1995, 2-6 September 1995, 16-20 September 
1995, 25-29 May 1996, 1-5 June 1996, 22-26 June 1996, 29 June-3 July 
1996, 6-10 July 1996, 13-17 July 1996, 20-24 July 1996, 27-31 July 1996, 
3-7 August 1996, 10-14 August 1996, and 24-28 August 1996. $775 
(1995)/$850 (1996). Contact Dinamation International Society, 550 
Crossroads Court, Fruita, CO 81521 [tel 800-DIG-DINO].

15-19 July 1995. FIELD CAMP (near Grand Junction, Colorado)
Family Dino Camp at the Mygatt-Moore Quarry in the Jurassic Morrison 
Formation. Also held 17-21 June 1995, 1-5 July 1995, 29 July-2 August 
1995, 5-9 August 1995, 15-19 June 1996, 6-10 July 1996, 13-17 July 1996, 
25-29 July 1996, 27-31 July 1996, 1-5 August 1996, 3-7 August 1996. $775 
adult and $550 child (1995)/$800 adult and $575 child (1996). Contact 
Dinamation International Society, 550 Crossroads Court, Fruita, CO 81521 
[tel 800-DIG-DINO].

15-19 July 1995. FIELD CAMP/DIG (Price, Utah)
Dinosauring Camp for ages 12-18 headquartered at the College of Eastern 
Utah. Sponsored by the Dinamation International Society. Also held 5-9 
June, 12-16 June, 17-21 June, 24-28 June, 3-7 July, 10-14 July, 22-26 
July, 29 July-2 August, 5-9 August, 14-18 August, and 19-23 August. $525. 
Contact Dinosauring Camp, 4304 Windsor Drive, Provo, UT 84604 [tel 801-
221-1824, fax 801-221-0618].

16-25 July 1995. DIG (South Australia)
Fossil Rain Forests of the Outback. Searching for Tertiary plant fossils 
at Stuart Creek, with Neville Alley and Andrew Rowett, South Australia 
Department of Mines and Energy. Also held 3-12 July and 28 July-6 
August. $1895. Contact Earthwatch [tel 800-776-0188, 
info@earthwatch.org].

16-28 July 1995. DIG (Montana)
End of the Dinosaurs. Searching for evidence of climate change and 
extinction in McCone County, Montana, with Keith Rigby of the University 
of Notre Dame. Also held 2-14 July and 30 July-11 August. $1395. Contact 
Earthwatch [tel 800-776-0188, info@earthwatch.org].

17-21 July 1995. MEETING (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Second International Conference on Pelagic Biogeography. Contact S. 
Vander Spoel, Institute of Taxonomic Zoology, P.O. Box 94766, 1090 GT 
Amsterdam, Netherlands [tel 31-20-525-5402].

17-21 July 1995. MEETING (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Sixth International conference on coelenterate biology (ICCB). 
Paleontology is among the wide range of topics. Contact S. van der Spoel, 
Institute of Taxonomic Zoology, Amsterdam [fax 31-20-5255402].

17-28 July 1995. DIG (northeast Wyoming)
Searching for Upper Jurassic dinosaurs and other vertebrates in the 
Morrison Formation near Sundance, Wyoming. $450 ($250 children). 
Sponsored by the University of Illinois Museum of Natural History in 
association with the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. 
Contact Russ Jacobson [jacobson@geoserv.isgs.uiuc.edu].

18-21 July 1995. MEETING (North Ryde, New South Wales, Australia)
First Australian Conodont Symposium and Boucot Symposium (honouring A. 
J. Boucot). Contact Ruth Mawson, Centre for Ecostratigraphy and 
Palaeobiology, School of Earth Sciences, Macquarie University, North 
Ryde [rmawson@laurel.ocs.mq.edu.au].

20-23 July 1995. CELEBRATION (Grand Junction, Colorado)
Dinosaur Days will include a parade, the first birthday celebration of 
Dinamation's Devil's Canyon Learning Center, quarry observation at 
Rabbit Valley Research Natural Area, a children's Quarry Day, Riggs Hill 
lecture and tour (Elmer Riggs discovered the first Brachiosaurus here), 
and other activities. For a free program, contact the Chamber of 
Commerce, 360 Grand Ave., Grand Junction, CO 81501. Contact Lolita Moyer 
[lmoyer@tripath.colosys.net].

22-23 July 1995. FIELD TRIP (north of Grand Junction, Colorado)
Collecting Eocene insect and plant fossils from the Green River Formation 
at Douglas Pass. Contact Western Interior Paleontological Society, P.O. 
Box 200011, Denver, CO 80220-0011; or Michael Graham [tel 303-973-7829].

22-26 July 1995. DIG (western Colorado)
Searching for Jurassic Morrison Formation dinosaurs in the Mygatt-Moore 
Quarry near Grand Junction. Also held 27-31 May 1995, 3-7 June 1995, 24-
28 June 1995, 8-12 July 1995, 15-19 July 1995, 29 July-2 August 1995, 5-
9 August 1995, 19-23 August 1995, 2-6 September 1995, 16-20 September 
1995, 25-29 May 1996, 1-5 June 1996, 22-26 June 1996, 29 June-3 July 
1996, 6-10 July 1996, 13-17 July 1996, 20-24 July 1996, 27-31 July 1996, 
3-7 August 1996, 10-14 August 1996, and 24-28 August 1996. $775 
(1995)/$850 (1996). Contact Dinamation International Society, 550 
Crossroads Court, Fruita, CO 81521 [tel 800-DIG-DINO].

22-26 July 1995. FIELD CAMP/DIG (Price, Utah)
Dinosauring Camp for ages 12-18 headquartered at the College of Eastern 
Utah. Sponsored by the Dinamation International Society. Also held 5-9 
June, 12-16 June, 17-21 June, 24-28 June, 3-7 July, 10-14 July, 15-19 
July, 29 July-2 August, 5-9 August, 14-18 August, and 19-23 August. $525. 
Contact Dinosauring Camp, 4304 Windsor Drive, Provo, UT 84604 [tel 801-
221-1824, fax 801-221-0618].

23-29 July 1995. MEETING (Uberaba, Minas Gerais, Brazil)
XIV Brazilian Congress of Paleontology. Contact Academia Brasileira de 
Ciencias [fax 55-021-240-4695].

28-30 July 1995. DIG (eastern Montana)
Dinosaur dig in the Upper Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation. Family 
oriented. $20. Contact North Dakota Paleontological Society, P.O. Box 
1921, Bismarck, ND 58502-1921 or Johnathan M. Campbell 
[jcampbel@badlands.NoDak.edu].

28 July-6 August 1995. DIG (South Australia)
Fossil Rain Forests of the Outback. Searching for Tertiary plant fossils 
at Stuart Creek, with Neville Alley and Andrew Rowett, South Australia 
Department of Mines and Energy. Also held 3-12 July and 16-25 July. 
$1895. Contact Earthwatch [tel 800-776-0188, info@earthwatch.org].

29-30 July 1995. DIG (Medicine Bow, Wyoming)
Assisting in the removal of dinosaur bones and microvertebrates from the 
Jurassic Morrison Formation. Also held 10-11 June. Contact Western 
Interior Paleontological Society, P.O. Box 200011, Denver, CO 80220-0011; 
or Chris Weege [tel 303-450-3585].

29 July-2 August 1995. FIELD CAMP (near Grand Junction, Colorado)
Family Dino Camp at the Mygatt-Moore Quarry in the Jurassic Morrison 
Formation. Also held 17-21 June 1995, 1-5 July 1995, 15-19 July 1995, 5-9 
August 1995, 15-19 June 1996, 6-10 July 1996, 13-17 July 1996, 25-29 July 
1996, 27-31 July 1996, 1-5 August 1996, 3-7 August 1996. $775 adult and 
$550 child (1995)/$800 adult and $575 child (1996). Contact Dinamation 
International Society, 550 Crossroads Court, Fruita, CO 81521 [tel 800-
DIG-DINO].

29 July-2 August 1995. FIELD CAMP/DIG (Price, Utah)
Dinosauring Camp for ages 12-18 headquartered at the College of Eastern 
Utah. Sponsored by the Dinamation International Society. Also held 5-9 
June, 12-16 June, 17-21 June, 24-28 June, 3-7 July, 10-14 July, 15-19 
July, 22-26 July, 5-9 August, 14-18 August, and 19-23 August. $525. 
Contact Dinosauring Camp, 4304 Windsor Drive, Provo, UT 84604 [tel 801-
221-1824, fax 801-221-0618].

30 July-5 August 1995. DIG (northeast Montana)
Searching for Late Cretaceous dinosaurs. $500 members/$600 nonmembers. 
Contact C. DeFord, Cranbrook Institute of Science, Bloomfield Hills, 
Michigan [tel 810-645-3214].

30 July-11 August 1995. DIG (Montana)
End of the Dinosaurs. Searching for evidence of climate change and 
extinction in McCone County, Montana, with Keith Rigby of the University 
of Notre Dame. Also held 2-14 July and 16-28 July. $1395. Contact 
Earthwatch [tel 800-776-0188, info@earthwatch.org].

30 July-12 August 1995. DIG (northwest China)
China's Ancient Elephants. Searching for Tertiary mammals at Dragon Bone 
Hill, Ningxia Hui, with Jian Guan of the Beijing Natural History Museum. 
$1695. Contact Earthwatch [tel 800-776-0188, info@earthwatch.org].

30 July-13 August 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 10-24 
September. $1595. Contact Earthwatch [tel 800-776-0188, 
info@earthwatch.org].

AUGUST 1995

2-7 August 1995. FIELD TRIP (Arizona, Utah, and Colorado)
Tracks Through Time. Looking at fossil tracksites with Martin Lockley in 
the Permian, Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous. Travel to Flagstaff, 
Arizona, Moab and Price, Utah, Grand Junction, Colorado, and Dinosaur 
National Monument. $925. Contact Dinamation International Society, 550 
Crossroads Court, Fruita, CO 81521 [tel 800-DIG-DINO].

3-10 August 1995. MEETING (Berlin, Germany)
14th International Congress of the International Union for Quaternary 
Research (INQUA). Contact Margot Bvse, Institut f|r Geographische 
Wissenschaften, Freie Universitdt Berlin [30-838-6532].

5 August 1995. FIELD TRIP and DIG (Florissant, Colorado)
Touring Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument and collecting fossil 
plants and insects from a private quarry in the Oligocene Florissant 
Formation at the Claire Ranch just outside the monument. Small hourly 
fee. Contact Western Interior Paleontological Society, P.O. Box 200011, 
Denver, CO 80220-0011; or Linda Soar [tel 303-986-2103].

5-9 August 1995. DIG (western Colorado)
Searching for Jurassic Morrison Formation dinosaurs in the Mygatt-Moore 
Quarry near Grand Junction. Also held 27-31 May 1995, 3-7 June 1995, 24-
28 June 1995, 8-12 July 1995, 15-19 July 1995, 22-26 July 1995, 29 July-
2 August 1995, 19-23 August 1995, 2-6 September 1995, 16-20 September 
1995, 25-29 May 1996, 1-5 June 1996, 22-26 June 1996, 29 June-3 July 
1996, 6-10 July 1996, 13-17 July 1996, 20-24 July 1996, 27-31 July 1996, 
3-7 August 1996, 10-14 August 1996, and 24-28 August 1996. $775 
(1995)/$850 (1996). Contact Dinamation International Society, 550 
Crossroads Court, Fruita, CO 81521 [tel 800-DIG-DINO].

5-9 August 1995. FIELD CAMP/DIG (Price, Utah)
Dinosauring Camp for ages 12-18 headquartered at the College of Eastern 
Utah. Sponsored by the Dinamation International Society. Also held 5-9 
June, 12-16 June, 17-21 June, 24-28 June, 3-7 July, 10-14 July, 15-19 
July, 22-26 July, 29 July-2 August, 14-18 August, and 19-23 August. $525. 
Contact Dinosauring Camp, 4304 Windsor Drive, Provo, UT 84604 [tel 801-
221-1824, fax 801-221-0618].

5-9 August 1995. FIELD CAMP (near Grand Junction, Colorado)
Family Dino Camp at the Mygatt-Moore Quarry in the Jurassic Morrison 
Formation. Also held 17-21 June 1995, 1-5 July 1995, 15-19 July 1995, 29 
July-2 August 1995, 15-19 June 1996, 6-10 July 1996, 13-17 July 1996, 25-
29 July 1996, 27-31 July 1996, 1-5 August 1996, 3-7 August 1996. $775 
adult and $550 child (1995)/$800 adult and $575 child (1996). Contact 
Dinamation International Society, 550 Crossroads Court, Fruita, CO 81521 
[tel 800-DIG-DINO].

5-10 August 1995. FIELD STUDY (Medicine Bow, Wyoming)
Field work, lectures, museum visits, and prospecting in the company of 
Robert Bakker. Emphasis is on the Jurassic Morrison Formation in the 
vicinity of Como Bluff. Also held 1-6 July 1995, 11-16 July 1995, 19-24 
August 1995, and 21-26 July 1996. $1050 (1995)/$1100 (1996). Contact 
Dinamation International Society, 550 Crossroads Court, Fruita, CO 81521 
[tel 800-DIG-DINO].

5-19 August 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 and 24 June-8 July. 
$1695. Contact Earthwatch [tel 800-776-0188, info@earthwatch.org].

12 August 1995. TOUR (Morrison, Colorado)
Tour of Dinosaur Ridge tracksite. Also held 22 April, 13 May, 10 June, 4 
July, 23 September, and 14 October. Free. Contact Friends of Dinosaur 
Ridge, 16831 West Alameda Parkway, Golden, CO 80401 [tel 303-697-DINO].

12-13 August 1995. DIG (near Worland, Wyoming)
Assisting Kirk Johnson of the Denver Museum of Natural History in 
collecting Cretaceous fossil plants from a volcanic ash bed in the 
Meeteetse Formation. Contact Western Interior Paleontological Society, 
P.O. Box 200011, Denver, CO 80220-0011; or Kirk Johnson [tel 303-370-
6448].

12-17 August 1995. DIG (near Grand Junction, Colorado)
Intensive digging at the Mygatt-Moore Quarry in the Jurassic Morrison 
Formation. Also held 9-14 September 1995 and 17-22 August 1996. $995. 
Contact Dinamation International Society, 550 Crossroads Court, Fruita, 
CO 81521 [tel 800-DIG-DINO].

13 August 1995. MEETING (St. Petersburg Beach, Florida)
Premeeting workshop, Molecular Paleontology: New Techniques and 
Applications, held in association with the First SEPM Congress on 
Sedimentary Geology (see separate entry for 13-16 August). Topics will 
include topics using residual molecules of skeletal components for 
taxonomy and tracing decay pathways; detection and recovery of ancient 
DNA and its application to taxonomic problems; the use of antibodies for 
taxonomic studies; microstructural concerns (organic/inorganic 
interactions) and their potential use; biomarkers and their application 
to fields of paleoecology and geology. $125 ($50 students). Contact Lisa 
Robbins [tel 813-974-1597, robbins@chuma.cas.usf.edu].

13-16 August 1995. MEETING (St. Petersburg Beach, Florida)
First Congress on Sedimentary Geology of the Society for Sedimentary 
Geology (SEPM). Theme is Linked Earth Systems. Contact SEPM, P.O. Box 
4756, Tulsa, OK 74159-0756.

14-18 August 1995. FIELD CAMP/DIG (Price, Utah)
Dinosauring Camp for ages 12-18 headquartered at the College of Eastern 
Utah. Sponsored by the Dinamation International Society. Also held 5-9 
June, 12-16 June, 17-21 June, 24-28 June, 3-7 July, 10-14 July, 15-19 
July, 22-26 July, 29 July-2 August, 5-9 August, and 19-23 August. $525. 
Contact Dinosauring Camp, 4304 Windsor Drive, Provo, UT 84604 [tel 801-
221-1824, fax 801-221-0618].

15-21 August 1995. WORKSHOP (Bornholm, Denmark)
Third International Ichnofabric Workshop. Contact R. G. Bromley, 
Geological Institute, University of Copenhagen [fax 45-353-22499, 
Rullard@geol.geo.ku.dk].

19-23 August 1995. DIG (western Colorado)
Searching for Jurassic Morrison Formation dinosaurs in the Mygatt-Moore 
Quarry near Grand Junction. Also held 27-31 May 1995, 3-7 June 1995, 24-
28 June 1995, 8-12 July 1995, 15-19 July 1995, 22-26 July 1995, 29 July-
2 August 1995, 5-9 August 1995, 2-6 September 1995, 16-20 September 
1995, 25-29 May 1996, 1-5 June 1996, 22-26 June 1996, 29 June-3 July 
1996, 6-10 July 1996, 13-17 July 1996, 20-24 July 1996, 27-31 July 1996, 
3-7 August 1996, 10-14 August 1996, and 24-28 August 1996. $775 
(1995)/$850 (1996). Contact Dinamation International Society, 550 
Crossroads Court, Fruita, CO 81521 [tel 800-DIG-DINO].

19-23 August 1995. FIELD CAMP/DIG (Price, Utah)
Dinosauring Camp for ages 12-18 headquartered at the College of Eastern 
Utah. Sponsored by the Dinamation International Society. Also held 5-9 
June, 12-16 June, 17-21 June, 24-28 June, 3-7 July, 10-14 July, 15-19 
July, 22-26 July, 29 July-2 August, 5-9 August, and 14-18 August. $525. 
Contact Dinosauring Camp, 4304 Windsor Drive, Provo, UT 84604 [tel 801-
221-1824, fax 801-221-0618].

19-24 August 1995. FIELD STUDY (Medicine Bow, Wyoming)
Field work, lectures, museum visits, and prospecting in the company of 
Robert Bakker. Emphasis is on the Jurassic Morrison Formation in the 
vicinity of Como Bluff. Also held 1-6 July 1995, 11-16 July 1995, 5-10 
August 1995, and 21-26 July 1996. $1050 (1995)/$1100 (1996). Contact 
Dinamation International Society, 550 Crossroads Court, Fruita, CO 81521 
[tel 800-DIG-DINO].

28 August-2 September 1995. MEETING (Krakow, Poland)
XIII International Congress on the Carboniferous-Permian. Contact ICC-P 
Secretary-General S. Dybova-Jachowicz, Panstwowy Instytut Geologiczny, 
Sosnowiec, Poland [fax 48-32-66-55-22].

29 July-2 August 1995. DIG (western Colorado)
Searching for Jurassic Morrison Formation dinosaurs in the Mygatt-Moore 
Quarry near Grand Junction. Also held 27-31 May 1995, 3-7 June 1995, 24-
28 June 1995, 8-12 July 1995, 15-19 July 1995, 22-26 July 1995, 5-9 
August 1995, 19-23 August 1995, 2-6 September 1995, 16-20 September 
1995, 25-29 May 1996, 1-5 June 1996, 22-26 June 1996, 29 June-3 July 
1996, 6-10 July 1996, 13-17 July 1996, 20-24 July 1996, 27-31 July 1996, 
3-7 August 1996, 10-14 August 1996, and 24-28 August 1996. $775 
(1995)/$850 (1996). Contact Dinamation International Society, 550 
Crossroads Court, Fruita, CO 81521 [tel 800-DIG-DINO].

SEPTEMBER 1995

Fall 1995. MEETING (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
I am completing a paper on polymeric substances used in the 
conservation, restoration and exhibition of fossils in museums Sally 
Shelton, San Diego Natural History Museum, P. O. Box 1390, San Diego, 
California 92112 [tel 619-232-3821, fax 619-232-0248, email 
LIBSDNHM@CLASS.ORG]

1 September 1995. MEETING (Sudbury, Ontario)
International Congress on Living and Fossil Brachiopods. Contact M. 
Gayet or B. Courtinat, Universiti Claude-Bernard Lyon 1, Villeurbanne, 
France [fax 72-44-84-36].

1-14 September 1995. FIELD TRIP (England)
Visiting historically important paleontology sites and museums. Itinerary 
includes London, Bristol, Oxford, Plymouth, Lyme Regis, Isle of Wight, 
Sussex, and Cambridge. $2800. Contact Dinamation International Society, 
550 Crossroads Court, Fruita, CO 81521 [tel 800-DIG-DINO].

2-5 September 1995. MEETING
Third International Brachiopod Congress. Contact Secretariat, TIBC, 
Department of Geology, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario [fax 705-
673-6532].

2-6 September 1995. DIG (western Colorado)
Searching for Jurassic Morrison Formation dinosaurs in the Mygatt-Moore 
Quarry near Grand Junction. Also held 27-31 May 1995, 3-7 June 1995, 24-
28 June 1995, 8-12 July 1995, 15-19 July 1995, 22-26 July 1995, 29 July-
2 August 1995, 5-9 August 1995, 19-23 August 1995, 16-20 September 1995, 
25-29 May 1996, 1-5 June 1996, 22-26 June 1996, 29 June-3 July 1996, 6-
10 July 1996, 13-17 July 1996, 20-24 July 1996, 27-31 July 1996, 3-7 
August 1996, 10-14 August 1996, and 24-28 August 1996. $775 (1995)/$850 
(1996). Contact Dinamation International Society, 550 Crossroads Court, 
Fruita, CO 81521 [tel 800-DIG-DINO].

4-9 September 1995. MEETING (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Ninth meeting of the Association of European Geological Societies. 
Contact A. Kotov, Institute of Precambrian Geology and Geochronology, 
St. Petersburg [fax 812-218-48-01, spire@sovamsu.sovusa.com].

4-9 September 1995. MEETING (Paris, France)
Final meeting of International Geological Correlation Programme (IGCP) 
328 on Devonian Microvertebrate Biochronology. The meeting will be held 
at the Musium National d'Hisitoire Naturelle. Postmeeting field trip to 
Devonian and Carboniferous vertebrate localities and stratotypes in 
Belgium and northern France. Contact A. Blieck, University of Lille [fax 
33-20-43-69-00], or S. Turner, Queensland Museum [fax 617-846-1918].

8-14 September 1995. MEETING (Brussels, Belgium)
Second International Symposium on Cretaceous Stage Boundaries. Contact A. 
Dhondt, Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique, Rue Vautier 
29, B-1040 Brussels, Belgium; or P. F. Rawson, Department of Geological 
Sciences, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT.

9-14 September 1995. DIG (near Grand Junction, Colorado)
Intensive digging at the Mygatt-Moore Quarry in the Jurassic Morrison 
Formation. Also held 12-17 August 1995 and 17-22 August 1996. $995. 
Contact Dinamation International Society, 550 Crossroads Court, Fruita, 
CO 81521 [tel 800-DIG-DINO].

9-25 September 1995. FIELD MEETING (northern France and Belgium)
Held in association with the final meeting of the International 
Geological Correlation Programme 328, Devonian Microvertebrate 
Biochronology (see separate entry for 4-9 September). Contact Alan 
Blieck [fax 33-2043-6900].

10-24 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, 
info@earthwatch.org].

15 September 1995. LECTURE (Golden, Colorado)
The Real Jurassic Park, by Robert Bakker. Sponsored by the Western 
Interior Paleontological Society. Admission. Contact WIPS, P.O. Box 
200011, Denver, CO 80220-0011; or Roger Crowe [tel 303-657-1579].

16-20 September 1995. DIG (western Colorado)
Searching for Jurassic Morrison Formation dinosaurs in the Mygatt-Moore 
Quarry near Grand Junction. Also held 27-31 May 1995, 3-7 June 1995, 24-
28 June 1995, 8-12 July 1995, 15-19 July 1995, 22-26 July 1995, 29 July-
2 August 1995, 5-9 August 1995, 19-23 August 1995, 2-6 September 1995, 
25-29 May 1996, 1-5 June 1996, 22-26 June 1996, 29 June-3 July 1996, 6-
10 July 1996, 13-17 July 1996, 20-24 July 1996, 27-31 July 1996, 3-7 
August 1996, 10-14 August 1996, and 24-28 August 1996. $775 (1995)/$850 
(1996). Contact Dinamation International Society, 550 Crossroads Court, 
Fruita, CO 81521 [tel 800-DIG-DINO].

23 September 1995. TOUR (Morrison, Colorado)
Tour of Dinosaur Ridge tracksite. Also held 22 April, 13 May, 10 June, 4 
July, 12 August, and 14 October. Free. Contact Friends of Dinosaur Ridge, 
16831 West Alameda Parkway, Golden, CO 80401 [tel 303-697-DINO].

23-28 September 1995. FIELD TRIP (eastern Utah and western Colorado)
Visiting museums and Jurassic dinosaur quarries in the vicinity of Grand 
Junction, Colorado, and Moab, Price, and Vernal, Utah. Also held 21-26 
September 1996. $850 (1995)/$925 (1996). Contact Dinamation International 
Society, 550 Crossroads Court, Fruita, CO 81521 [tel 800-DIG-DINO].

26-30 September 1995. MEETING (Moscow, Russia)
International Symposium of Ecosystem Evolution. Contact V. A. Krassilov, 
Paleontological Institute [fax 7-095-339-6022 or 7-095-339-0082, 
pbul@paleo.msk.su].

29 September-2 October 1995. MEETING (Drumheller, Alberta)
Joint meeting, Fifth Canadian Palaeontology Conference and International 
Symposium on Palaeobiology and Evolution of the Bivalvia. Contact Paul 
A. Johnston, Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology, Drumheller, Alberta 
[fax 403-823-7131].

OCTOBER 1995

October 1995. FIELD TRIP (northwest Colorado)
1995 geology field trip to Piceance Creek and eastern Uinta Basins 
sponsored by the Grand Junction Geological Society and Dinamation 
International Society. Contact Lolita Moyer 
[lmoyer@tripath.colosys.net].

10-14 October 1995. MEETING (Ottawa, Ontario)
Annual meeting of the American Association of Stratigraphic 
Palynologists. Contact Susan A. Jarzen, Canadian Museum of Nature, 
Ottawa [613-954-4724].

14 October 1995. TOUR (Morrison, Colorado)
Tour of Dinosaur Ridge tracksite. Also held 22 April, 13 May, 10 June, 4 
July, 12 August, and 23 September. Free. Contact Friends of Dinosaur 
Ridge, 16831 West Alameda Parkway, Golden, CO 80401 [tel 303-697-DINO].

18-20 October 1995. MEETING (Toulouse, France)
Protection and Development of Paleontological Heritage. Contact F. 
Duranthon, Musium d'Histoire Naturelle, Toulouse [fax 33-61-99-98-82].

26 October 1995. CEREMONY (Haddonfield, New Jersey)
Special ceremony sponsored by the U.S. Department of the Interior 
National Parks Service, the Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences, 
and the Borough of Haddonfield honoring the designation of a site near 
Haddonfield as a National Historic Landmark. At this location in 1858, 
the world's first dinosaur skeleton (currently designated Hadrosaurus 
foulkii) was uncovered. Contact Hoag Levins [levins@tigger.jvnc.net] or 
visit http://tigger.jvnc.net/~levins/hadrosaurus.html

28 October 1995. FIELD TRIP (near La Junta, Colorado)
Viewing the extensive dinosaur trackways in Lower Cretaceous sandstone 
along the Purgatoire River. Contact Western Interior Paleontological 
Society, P.O. Box 200011, Denver, CO 80220-0011; or Lou Taylor [tel 303-
972-8955].

NOVEMBER 1995

1-4 November 1995. MEETING (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
Annual meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. Contact Chris 
Beard [beardc@clp2.clpgh.org].

5 November 1995. SHORT COURSE (New Orleans, Louisiana)
Siliceous Microfossils. A premeeting short course associated with the 
annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, Cushman Foundation, 
Paleontological Society, and Society of Vertebrate Paleontology (see 
separate entry for 6-9 November 1995). $15. Contact C. D. Blome 
[cblome@greenwood.cr.usgs.gov].

6-9 November 1995. MEETING (New Orleans, Louisiana)
The annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, and the Cushman 
Foundation, Paleontological Society, and Society of Vertebrate 
Paleontology. Includes the following symposia with papers on 
paleontology: Recovery from Mass Extinctions; Variability of Isotope 
Compositions in Modern and Fossil Organic Matter; Taphonomy of 
Microfossils - Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction and Environmental 
Assessment; Gulf and Atlantic Coast Vertebrate Paleontology, Including 
Multidisciplinary Approaches to Vertebrate Localities; Experimental 
Taphonomy - Deep Sea to Terrestrial Realms; Impact in the Gulf - 
Chicxulub; Global Catastrophes - P-E and K-T Events Compared. Contact the 
Geological Society of America, P.O. Box 9140, Boulder, CO 80301 [tel 
303-447-2020].

9-12 November 1995. FIELD TRIP (western Alabama and eastern Mississippi)
Paleogene Molluscan Biostratigraphy of the Eastern Gulf Coastal Plain. A 
postmeeting field trip associated with the annual meeting of the 
Geological Society of America, Cushman Foundation, Paleontological 
Society, and Society of Vertebrate Paleontology (see separate entry for 
6-9 November 1995). $220. Contact C. R. Givens, Department of Physical 
Sciences, Nicholls State University, Thibodaux, LA 70310 [tel 504-448-
4502].

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