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NMMNH Bull. 3 Nonmarine Triassic reprinted



This was sent last week, and I suspect most of you saw it already on
VRTPaleo.  My apologies for the delay.  -- MPR

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Date: Thu, 24 May 2001 12:33:49 -0600 (MDT)
From: "A.B. Heckert" <heckerta@unm.edu>
To: <vrtpaleo@usc.edu>
cc: "Andrew B. Heckert" <heckerta@unm.edu>, <dinosaur@usc.edu>,
        "Spencer G. Lucas" <SLucas@nmmnh.state.nm.us>
Subject: NMMNH Bull. 3 Nonmarine Triassic reprinted

To all interested parties:

Due to popular demand, the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and
Science (NMMNH) has reprinted NMMNH Bulletin 3, The Nonmarine Triassic,
S.G. Lucas and M. Morales, editors.

This volume was originally published in 1993 and includes approximately 85
contributions on every aspect of nonmarine Triassic stratigraphy and
paleontology in 458 pages, as well as a 58-page road log detailing Triasic
stratigraphy and paleontology from Albuquerque, NM to Flagstaff, AZ via
Ghost Ranch and St. Johns.

The papers are distributed over nonmarine Triassic basins on every modern
continent.

Cost of the Bulletin is $55, plus $5 shipping and handling in North
America and $7 elsewhere. (all prices USD)

The volume can be ordered online at the NMMNH gift shop Natureworks:

http://www.nmmnh-abq.mus.nm.us/nmmnh/p3_staff_res_bulletin.html

Or you can contact Natureworks directly:

NatureWorks
New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
1801 Mountain Road NW
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA 87104
Fax: (505) 841-2866
Phone: (505) 841-2803

IMPORTANT NOTE: Presently there are 40-50 standing orders for NMMNH
Bulletin 3. Those will be filled shortly, so there is no need to re-order
if you have a standing order in.

Sincerely,

Andrew B. Heckert
Ph.D. Candidate
Dept. Earth and Planetary Sciences
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131
U.S.A.

"There is no shortage of water in the desert, but exactly the right
amount, a perfect ratio of water to rock...there is no lack of water here
unless you try to establish a city where no city should be."
        ---Edward Abbey in "Desert Solitaire"
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