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Re: The science of Col Barnett, or the Dinosaur Tracks at James Price Point, Western Australia
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Here's the report:
The main text, weirdly enough, is at the bottom,
(6MB), and the paleontological survey appendix is here,
>From the latter:
"While there are at least two Australian palaeontologists who have
worked on the Broome tracks, their results, with the exception of a
preliminary paper (Thulborn et al., 1994) have not been published.
Therefore, a thorough evaluation, with appropriate scientific follow
through (i.e., publications) is overdue."
Well,... duh? I'd like to think there was some miscommunication here.