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In my Archaeology class, we learned the importance of Context when dealing
with archaeological finds, and about recording it everywhich-way,upside-down
& sideways with radar and god only knows what else. >:)
So, I was wondering, is context important in paleontology,too? I'ven't heard
much about recording of it, but I think some of the methods would be
simmilar to those used in archaeology....
So How important is context in Paleontology?
What about fossils is recorded before they take it up from the ground?- most
shows would make one believe they just yank it out, write the general
locality, and make a diagram and label how it was....(I highly doubt this is
Archaeology just got me thinking;I'm in no hurry, just curious. Feel free to
take your time.
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