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Re: Paleocene hadrosaurs?



See: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/impact2000/pdf/3139.pdf

Includes two photographs of the hadrosaur bone.

Piotr


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Subject: Paleocene hadrosaurs?


> From: Ben Creisler bh480@scn.org
> In case this ref has not been mentioned yet:
> 
> Fassett, J, R.A. Zielinski, & J.R. Budahn, 2002. Dinosaurs 
> that did not die; evidence for Paleocene dinosaurs in the 
> Ojo Alamo Sandstone, San Juan Basin, New Mexico.
>  In: Catastrophic events and mass extinctions; impacts and 
> beyond. (Eds.  Koeberl, C. & K. MacLeod): Special Paper - 
> Geological Society of America 356: 307-336. (2002).