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[Fossil imprints]
Fossils -- 240 million years old, presented to Occidetal College, 1951
Fossils -- 240 million years old, presented to Occidetal College, 1951
Fossils -- 240 million years old, presented to Occidetal College, 1951
Fossils -- 240 million years old, presented to Occidetal College, 1951
Fossils -- 240 million years old, presented to Occidetal College, 1951
Fossils -- 240 million years old, presented to Occidetal College, 1951
Fossil remains of old whale found in the Rolling Hills Estates of Palos Verdes Hills, 1952
Fossil remains of old whale found in the Rolling Hills Estates of Palos Verdes Hills, 1952
Discovered Fossil, 1952
GIS data curation and Web map application for La Brea Tar Pits fossil occurrences in Los Angeles, California
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Fossils -- 240 million years old, presented to Occidetal College, 1951
Fossil remains of old whale found in the Rolling Hills Estates of Palos Verdes Hills, 1952
3D fossil visualization and mapping of the La Brea Tar Pits, Los Angeles, California
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Heavy organic components in fossil fuel conversions
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A Multivariate Morphometric Study Of Living And Fossil Rhinoceros Skulls
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The fossil and recent shallow water inrregular echinoids from Chile
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Evolution of the Indian Monsoon and rise of C₄ photosynthesis in the Miocene and Pliocene
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Bioturbation in Cambrian siliciclastic shelf strata: paleoecological, paleoenvironmental, and temporal patterns
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Preservation Of Fossil Fish In The Miocene Monterey Formation Of Southern California
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Lower Cambrian trace fossils of the White-Inyo Mountains, eastern California: Engineering an ecological revolution
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Development and evaluation of a trace fossil model for the reconstruction of paleo-oxygenation in marine environments
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Paleoecology of an unusually well-preserved West Coast Upper Cretaceous fossil deposit: Point Loma Formation, Carlsbad, California
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The relation of a fossil foraminifera fauna from Lomita Quarry, San Pedro, California, to a recent foraminifera fauna from off the coast of San Pedro, California
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Interior view of the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History showing displays of prehistoric skeletons, 1920
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