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Paleontology: Subject Speciality I

Overview

On this page:

  • Vertebrate Paleontology - Study of fossils of animals with vertebrae or a notochord
  • Invertebrate Paleontology - Study of fossils of mollusks, arthropods, annelid worms and echinoderms
  • Paleoecology -  Study of the ecology of the past in regards to reconstructing past biota, populations, communities, landscapes, environments, and ecosystems from available geological and biological (fossil) evidence

Check Subject Specialty II for materials on Paleobotany, Palynology, and Micropaleontology.

Vertebrate Paleontology

Invertebrate Paleontology

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Paleoecology