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Re: Washington State Dinosaurs
On Wed, 10 May 1995, Elizabeth Nesbitt wrote:
> As for the "tons of dinsoaurs"in eastern Washington - it is pure
> speculation, with no evidence (yet). USGS folk are mapping the area now and
> hopefully they will be able to figure out if these formations are even
> the right age!
As I recall there were two expeditions into north-eastern Washington
last summer, one the the Burke Museum in Seattle and one by Horner/Museum
of the Rockies. Neither has announced anything other then ferns, fish,
etc. but all of the (about) right age.
There would be no surface finds in central and southern eastern
Washington due to the flood basalts that cover everything.
Ralph Lindberg N7BSN Ellen Winnie N7PYK
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