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Of Trilobite Photographs

The captions accompanying the plates contain detailed taxonomic and strati-graphic information but also stress general and often nontechnical features. It should be emphasized that the vastness and diversity of the fossil record of trilobites prevents an exhaustive coverage of the material, with large format photographs. The visual impact of this choice of presentation is the trade-off of a more encyclopedic approach, beyond the scope of my atlas. The main preoccupation here has been that of presenting more vivid, real life trilobite reproductions, than, for example, those provided by the accurate drawings which adorn the professional literature. Furthermore, trilobites are generally small, and reproductions in natural size tend to become insignificant. Adequate enlargement often reveals a lot more than the unaided eye can see. In selecting the photographs to be included in each section, I have been partial to their aesthetic appeal, and I have also taken irreverent liberties in...

Discovering New Egg Layers

Auca Mahuevo

We got our first indication of this in May 1998 before our second expedition. Lowell, Luis, Rodolfo, Suzi Zetkus, and Pablo Puerto had briefly returned to the site because National Geographic was planning to do an article on our discoveries. Brooks Walker, a photographer working for the magazine, accompanied us throughout our weeklong stay. Most of our time was spent helping Brooks take photos around the flats and at the embryo quarry for the article, rather than conducting scientific work. But one day, late in the week, Brooks climbed up to the top of a small ridge overlooking the site to get some panoramic shots. The ridge was across the road to Auca Mahuida from where we had found the eggs on the flats and the embryo quarry. Consequently, we had not spent much time looking for fossils there yet. As Brooks was taking pictures, he noticed some eggs weathering out of the ground near the base of a small peak on top of the ridge. After finishing his photos, he came back down and told us...

Interpreting the Topographic

Topographic maps are made today from aerial photographs from which three-dimensional projections can be made to give the mapmaker the data on contours, drainage, forested areas, etc. Maps were formerly made from surveys sketched by hand in the field. Today some such surveys must be made to provide basic points for interpretation of the aerial photographs

Fighting and Singing Dinosaurs


FIGURE 6.1. (a) Red deer stags with their antlers interlocked, drawn from a photograph in Clutton-Brock 1 982 (b) Triceratops fighting with their horns interlocked, drawn from photographs of models sold by the Natural History Museum, London. FIGURE 6.1. (a) Red deer stags with their antlers interlocked, drawn from a photograph in Clutton-Brock 1 982 (b) Triceratops fighting with their horns interlocked, drawn from photographs of models sold by the Natural History Museum, London.

Threatened Window on the Ancient Past

Several geologic jobs are also still unfinished. One important task is to map where the egg layers and other distinctive rock layers are exposed on the surface of the ground, which would require highresolution photographs to be taken from a low-flying airplane equipped with a specialized camera. We would then be able to map where the egg layers are found on the photographs. In addition, we have yet to find a layer of ancient volcanic ash near the site that can be used to obtain an age for the fossils through radioactive techniques. We think we know where one might be found about fifty miles west of Auca Mahuevo however, we have not been able to get to that spot because of its lack of roads and the rough terrain.

Photographic Techniques and Specimen Preparation

Although it is not generally recommended for high resolution work, 35mm. film was used for all of the photographs. The use of slow, fine-grained film and careful development procedure has, however, enabled enlargements to 8 X 10 print size without loss of quality. For this purpose, a now irreplaceable negative film was used ADOX KB 14, 20 ASA. Many of the photographs that appeared in the first edition of this atlas were taken before this film was discontinued. For most of the new plates presented here, the film of choice was Kodak Technical Pan, 25 ASA. The ADOX film was developed in AGFA Rodinal developer, diluted 1 100, for 20 minutes at 20 C. The Kodak film was developed with the same developer, dilution, and temperature, but for only 5 minutes. Microscopic examination of the developed image in these films showed a grain size and lack of graininess (coalescence of groups grains) much superior to any other presently available negative material. A recently introduced color negative...

Trilobite Tracks Bell Island Nl

Of Triarthrus eatoni (Hall), the most abundant of the tri-lobite species in the Utica Shale. The material at the disposal of Dr. Cisne was the exceptional collection of specimens assembled and prepared by C. E. Beecher toward the end of the last century and now belonging to the American Museum of Natural History, Field Museum of Natural History, Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology, and the Yale Peabody Museum. The trilobites originate from a thin layer, about ten millimiters thick, in the black Utica Shale. Beecher quarried this layer extensively, collecting some seven hundred specimens, and exposed the appendages of some sixty specimens by gently rubbing away the matrix with pencil erasers. Several trilobites were further prepared by Dr. Cisne to make them suitable for soft X-ray examination, which was carried out by taking stereoscopic radiographs. In addition to furthering a better understanding of the already known appendages, Dr. Cisne's study revealed the presence of...

Captivating Dinosaurs

One sweltering day in the summer of 1986,1 retraced his steps, relying on diary notes and photographs marked with arrows and x's indicating the locations of his excavation sites. Paleontologists routinely keep field journals in which they record findings and observations, sketch specimens, draw maps, and otherwise document their work. I enjoy studying the journals of the early dinosaur explorers because they have an air of immediacy that cannot be duplicated in more leisurely, retrospective accounts. And sometimes they reveal aspects of the scientist's thought processes and research methods that otherwise might remain hidden. In his notes, as well as in later publications, Gilmore described a layer of mudstone that is exposed throughout the Landslide Butte badlands. The layer, he wrote, is unusual in that it is littered with the fossilized shell fragments of a freshwater clam. What surprised me that summer day eleven years ago, however, and what would probably flabbergast Gilmore were...

Archaeopteryx as a bird

A reconstruction of Archaeopteryx, surrounded by photographs taken from the actual specimens. (a) Skull, seen from right side, note teeth (b) feather impressions showing vanes and shaft superbly preserved (c) trunk region seen from left side, note gastralia (d) foot (four-toed and clawed, with symmetry around digit III digit I opposite digits II, III, and IV) (e) right hand and wrist with clawed digits (in ascending order, I, II, and III). Inset drawing of left wrist, showing semi-lunate carpal (Ra, radius Ul, ulna Sc, semi-lunate carpal) (f) robust theropod furcula.

Locations And Ages

As the photographs of other bodies taken from space began to be returned to the earth, the full extent of cratering in the solar system began to become apparent, at least to the more attentive, who concluded that there must be many undiscovered craters on earth, and set out to find them. They had their work cut out for them. A recent impact, like that at Meteor Crater some 50,000 years ago, leaves an obvious crater. But the earth is 4,500 million years old most craters will have been so eroded that they no longer have any surface manifestation at all and may be detectable only through geological and geophysical methods. These techniques work because the shock of impact distorts the rocks at ground zero, raising central peaks and causing terraces to slump, as at Tycho. But these surface features, which on the earth are obscured by time and erosion, are underlain by structural ones rock beds bent and twisted into concentric rings. Imagine, for example, that the moon had wind and water...


Out of season, the bar of the Cobweb Inn at Boscastle is everything a pub should be. There is a low, heavily-beamed ceiling hung with antique bottles, and a plain floor which is a jigsaw of flagstones. Photographs of the local women's darts team hang on the wall, alongside framed, faded newspaper cuttings which record in print the several virtues of the inn. A log fire gives out rather more heat than is needed. There is no music save the low buzz of rich vernacular in November, no Londoner ventures to the North Cornwall coast. The Cobweb is a slightly scruffy, comfortable old place, where you can talk if you need to, but if you feel like saying nothing you can just watch the flames in the hearth, and nobody will think you odd if a smile plays on your lips. It takes an effort of will to leave the dark, comfortable, nourishing womb of the inn, and emerge, blinking, into the bright world outside but leave I must, because I have to find Beeny Cliff before the light fades. It can be...


The arrangement of the lenses in the eye shown in plate 20 is unusual. We see two generative growth zones, each of them initiating a spiraling pattern in opposite directions. The two diverging patterns come together along a straight line in the central region of the eye. Finally, plates 21a and 21b show two SEM views of a cross section through the visual surface of Asaphus raniceps Dalman (Clarkson 1973a). The words of Lindstrom (1901) in describing this structure are most appropriate here the lenses are columnar prisms, like the pillars of basalt. These are the structures made of oriented calcite mentioned in connection with the description of figure 8. As noted by Clarkson, the symmetrically radiating arrangement of the ommatidial prisms in this trilobite reminds one of the arrangement of the superposition eye of modern arthropods. For illustration of this point, figure 9 shows a cross section through the eye of Asaphus compared with that of a night moth, Deilephila...

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Prehistoric Trilobites

The work of many paleontologists, reviewed most recently by Hutchinson (1962), seemed to indicate a close correspondence of the three faunal zones of the Middle Cambrian of the Atlantic province (in ascending order, the Paradoxides bennetti, Paradoxides hicksi, and Paradoxides davidis zones), found at Manuels, with those known from, for example, Wales (Howell 1925). In Scandinavia, a further faunal zone, above the P. davidis, (alias the Ptychagnostus punctuosus Zone) is recognized that of Paradoxides forchhammeri. In Eastern Newfoundland, however, the trilobites associated with the P. forchhammeri zone have been found (Hutchinson 1962), but not Paradoxides forchhammeri itself. I then compared my findings with the reconstructions and photographs of the Paradoxides of England and


Kevin Pope, a consulting geologist now associated with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and two colleagues, came close to being the first to rediscover Chicxulub. He and Charles Duller of NASA were examining Landsat high-altitude satellite photographs, trying to determine the relationship between the ancient Mayan sites on the Yucatan Peninsula and the location of surface water deposits. They soon noticed a set of small ponds, which they later found went by the Mayan name of cenotes, that were arranged along the arc of an almost perfect circle. What could cause a set of small ponds to


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A maximum perpendicular to the length. On prints with pronounced expulsion rims, measurements were taken only of the inner part of the prints (excluding the expulsion rims). Depth was measured in the center of the prints. On prints without expulsion rims, measurements were taken from the beginning of the depression margin. Data for footprints without expulsion rims should be regarded with caution due to the erosion and corrosion of the sediment, so the possibility of sedimentological magnification cannot be excluded. The angle of sunlight is a crucial factor in the recognition and measurement of footprints, so they were measured and analyzed between 1700 and 1800 hours each day. This is the optimal time for study in the Kirmenjak quarry during the summer. A detailed ichnological map of the outcrop was created by a relatively simple, but reliable grid method. A 5 X 5 m grid (with 1 X 1m quadrants) was moved across the trackbearing horizon and each quadrant was photographed with a...


Jacketing, (a) A fossil is found sticking out of the ground now it needs to be cleaned off so that its extent can be assessed. Exposing bone can be done with a variety of tools, from small shovels, to dental picks, to fine brushes. As the bone is exposed, it is glued that is, impregnated with a fluid hardener that soaks into the fossil and then hardens. (b)The pedestal. When the surface of the bone is exposed, the rock around it is then scraped away. For small fossils, this can be quite painless however for large fossils, this can mean taking off the face of a small hill. This process continues until the bone (or bones) is sitting on a pedestal, a pillar of matrix underneath the fossil, (c) Toilet paper cushion. Padding is placed around the fossil to cushion rt.The most cost-effective cushions are made from wet toilet paper patted onto the fossil. It takes a lot of toilet paper for example, a I m thigh bone (femur) could take upwards of one roll. On the other hand, this is...

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