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RE: "Sudden End for Dinosaurs?"
The following was submitted by Peter Sheehan (though I edited the
quoted parts). It appears Peter is not subscribed at the moment;
Peter, if that's incorrect, please write to me and let me know what
other address the listprocessor might be using for you.
Mickey Rowe (email@example.com)
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Date: Tue, 08 Aug 2000 14:55:40 -0500
Subject: RE: "Sudden End for Dinosaurs?"
From: sheehan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thomas R. Holz, Jr. wrote:
> H.P. Mary Kirkaldy wrote
>> BBC on-line has a story about the Peter Sheehan Geology paper:
> The reference to a Sheehan paper on dinosaur extinction "published
> in the journal Geology" is either from one of his older papers or a
> forthcoming one.
The paper was published in June:
Dinosaur abundance was not declining in a "3 m gap" at the top of the
Hell Creek Formation, Montana and North Dakota
Peter M. Sheehan, David E. Fastovsky, Claudia Barreto,
Raymond G. Hoffmann Geology (v. 28, p. 523-526).
The paper can be downloaded from the GSA site (no. 523) at:
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