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question about plants in Mesozoic - please reply to brill not me.

From:   MX%"DAVID_A_BRILL@nslc.fmso.navy.mil" 28-MAR-1997 14:30:49.03
To:     MX%"bonn@qcvaxa.acc.qc.edu"
Subj:   Dinosaur plant questions

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From: DAVID_A_BRILL@nslc.fmso.navy.mil (DAVID A BRILL)
Subject: Dinosaur plant questions
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     I saw the message below the seperator line on the internet, and I was 
     wondering what sources you have found since april 1995 on the plants 
     of the dinosaur age.  I will be giving a lecture on herbs and plants 
     to a group of children and tying it into dinosaurs would surely peak 
     their interest.  I was wondering if you could point me in the right 
     direction.  Please email me if you have any sources for this info 
     (i.e. internet sites, books, videos, whatever).  Fossils would be good 
     hands on fun also but pictures would probably due.  I have my own 
     interest in dinosaurs also and may eventually use this material for 
     adults so the more detail the better.  If you could help I would 
     appreciate it.
     David Brill
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     Bonnie Blackwell, x 3332 (bonn@qcvaxa.acc.qc.edu)
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     I have a student working on a project for my dinosaurs course who wants
     to know what if anything is known about the flora in the late K of mongolia
     (or anytime in the K for that matter). All she has been able to find in the
     literature, is that the preservation is very poor, with almost no plant 
     macrofossils. Can anyone help?
Bonnie A.B. Blackwell,                          bonn@qcvaxa.acc.qc.edu
Dept of Geology,                                off: (718) 997-3332
Queens College, City University of New York,    fax: (718) 997-3299
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