Posted: January 7, 2017
Are you interested in outreach and education in paleontology?
The Paleontological Society offers outreach and education grants to support activities involving educational outreach and community engagement in paleontology. Must be a member of the Paleontological Society to be eligible.Potentially fundable projects include (but are not limited to):
opportunities for undergraduates to become involved in paleontological outreach...
Posted: December 29, 2016
On Dec 28, the Bears Ears National Monument in southeastern Utah and the Gold Butte National Monument in southeast Nevada were established by presidential proclamation. Among the reasons cited for protecting the areas are their paleontological resources. The Bears Ears area has yielded a series of important vertebrate localities ranging from mid-Paleozoic through mid-Mesozoic, and Gold Butte preserves spectacular t...
Posted: November 21, 2016
The European Journal of Taxonomy (EJT) is a peer-reviewed international journal on descriptive taxonomy. Its content is fully electronic and available in Open Access. EJT is the only taxonomic journal that collectively covers zoology and plant-related sciences, including fossils.
EJT is published and funded by a consortium of European natural history institutions.
EJT is a diamond open access journal, where all content is freely ...
Posted: October 7, 2015
Dinosaur National Monument’s famous Wall of Bones is now online for everyone to explore.
Two stories high and packed with fossils, Carnegie Quarry is one of the few places in existence where the public can view dinosaur bones exactly where they were first uncovered in the rock. This unique window into the Jurassic has fostered a century of careers in natural science and an appreciation for deep time in generations of visitors....
Posted: February 19, 2015
The society encourages members to learn more about the Beaumaris Marina proposal and consider signing the related petition.http://www.nobeaumarismarina.com/
Posted: January 31, 2008
The report posted below is about paleobiological research opportunities that might garner new research funds from the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF). I encourage you to read it carefully. The proposed ideas and new programs result from several community-wide discussions held during 2005 and 2006 by invertebrate paleontologists, vertebrate paleontologists and paleobotanists at our annual meetings, culminating i...