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Proceedings of the Seventh Federal Fossil Conference


37. Fossils and fire: A study on the effects of fire on paleontological resources at Badlands National Park
Rachel Benton and James Reardon 47 [PDF 1.1 MB]

38. Preserving America’s fossil heritage
Joseph Hatcher 55 [PDF 82 KB]

39. Middle Proterozoic paleontology of the Belt Supergroup, Glacier National Park
ReBecca K. Hunt 57 [PDF 1.6 MB]

40. A preliminary inventory of fossil fish from National Park Service units
ReBecca K. Hunt, Vincent L. Santucci and Jason Kenworthy 63 [PDF 365 KB]

41. A preliminary inventory of National Park Service paleontological resources in cultural resource contexts, Part 1: General overview
Jason P. Kenworthy and Vincent L. Santucci 70 [PDF 1.44 MB]

42. Utah Geological Survey: A valuable partner in the management of federal fossil resources
James I. Kirkland, Donald D. Deblieux, Martha Hayden and Grant Willis 77 [PDF 656 KB]

43. Innovative strategies to develop interpretive media for paleontological sites at Curecanti National Recreation Area, Colorado
Alison L. Koch and Philip J. Zichterman 81 [PDF 629 KB]

44. Early Paleocene (Puercan and Torrejonian) archaic ungulates (Condylarthra, Procreodi and Acreodi) of the San Juan Basin, New Mexico
Peter E. Kondrashovand Spencer G. Lucas 84 [PDF 3.9 MB]

45. Appraisal of fossil resources and specimens
Lucia Kuizon 98 [PDF 97 KB]

46. Legislative and regulatory history of paleontological resources
Lucia Kuizon 102 [PDF 96 KB]

47. Fossil tracks at the Raymond Alf Museum of Paleontology and management of tracks on public lands
Donald L. Lofgren, Jay A. Greening, Cooper F. Johnson, Sarah J. Lewis and Mark A. Torres 109 [PDF 3.0 MB]

48. The application of photogrammetry, remote sensing and geographic information systems (GIS) to fossil resource management
Neffra A. Matthews, Tommy A. Noble and Brent H. Breithaupt 119 [PDF 2.1 MB]

49. The diversity and stratigraphic distribution of pre-dinosaurian communities from the Triassic Moenkopi Formation
Debra L. Mickelson, Jaqueline E. Huntoon and Erik P. Kvale 132 [PDF 1.44 MB]

50. Jurassic dinosaur tracksites from the American West
Debra L. Mickelson, Katherine A. Mickelson,Michael Ryan King and Patrick Getty 138 [PDF 1.68 MB]

51. The oldest known Early Triassic fossil vertebrate footprints in North America, from Zion National Park, Utah
Debra L. Mickelson, Andrew R.C. Milner, Donald D. DeBlieux and Jenny L. McGuire 141 [PDF 1.27 MB]

52. A BLM Paleontological Site Stewardship Program for Washington County, southwestern Utah: The beginning of a nationwide program?
Andrew R. C. Milner, Dawna Ferris-Rowley and James I. Kirkland 145 [PDF 1.7 MB]

53. Additional fossil vertebrate tracks in National Park Service areas
Vincent L. Santucci, Adrian P. Hunt, Torrey Nyborg and Jason P. Kenworthy 152 [PDF 1.85 MB]

54. Planning for the future: A program for preserving and interpreting paleontology and geology in Joshua Tree National Park
Eric Scott, Kathleen Springer, J. Christopher Sagebiel and Craig R. Manker 159 [PDF 1.1 MB]

55. The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Geoscience Collection: An overview
Justin A. Spielmann and Spencer G. Lucas 165 [PDF 908 KB]

56. Ah-shi-sle-pah Wilderness Study Area (San Juan Basin, New Mexico): A paleontological (and historical) treasure and resource
Robert M. Sullivan 169 [PDF 1.6 MB]

57. The feeding mechanics of Leptauchenia decora based on specimens from the Whitneyan (Oligocene) of Badlands National Park, South Dakota
William P. Wall and Kena Veal 175 [PDF 293 KB]

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