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Symposium and call for papers

         FOSSILS OF ARIZONA SYMPOSIUM - November 16, 1996

        Invitation to the 4th Annual Fossils of Arizona Symposium is 
hereby extended to anyone interested in the paleontology of Arizona 
and the Southwest. This symposium is sponsored by the Southwest 
Paleontological Society and the Mesa Southwest Museum, in Mesa, 
Arizona (a suburb of Phoenix) and will be presented on November 16, 

        This symposium is a one day event with speakers from museums 
and institutions throughout the Southwest. Cost includes refreshments, 
lunch, an evening reception and the proceedings volume (which will be 
available the day of the symposium). 

         The schedule of speakers and topics is subject to change without
notice, but at the present time, speakers include Adrian Hunt, Larry 
Agenbroad, Everett Lindsay, Don Burge and others. 

          Cost for this event is $40 for SPS and Mesa Southwest Museum 
members, and $45 for non members. For further information, please 
contact Melissa Bingmann at 644-3159 during regular business hours. You 
may send your check in full to the Mesa Southwest Museum is 53 N.
MacDonald St. Mesa, AZ  85201.
                                     CALL FOR PAPERS
                       Southwest Paleontological Symposium
                                    November 15, 1997
                                       Mesa, Arizona

The Mesa Southwest Museum and Southwest Paleontological Society are 
seeking abstracts and short papers for the Southwest Paleontological 
Symposium (formerly the Fossils of Arizona Symposium). We are 
particularly interested in original research that emphasizes the 
paleontology of the southwest United States within a global context. 
The objective of the symposium is to provide a forum to disseminate 
research and educate the public through invited participation.

To request an information package containing abstract format 
requirements and manuscript guidelines, please call the Mesa 
Southwest Museum at (602) 644-4098 or contact:

                                  Brian G. Anderson
                Mesa Southwest Museum
                            53 North MacDonald Street
                           Mesa, Arizona  85201
                         (602) 644-4098
Abstracts or manuscripts must be received by July 1, 1997. Abstracts 
and papers submitted after the deadline will not be accepted. Selected 
contributions will be published in the Annual Proceedings.