Dinosaurs under the Big Sky
Dinosaurs under the Big Sky describes the different species of dinosaurs known to have lived in Montana and explains the scientific importance of their bones and skeletons. Overviews of Montana's geologic history, of dinosaur-fossil discoveries in the state, and of techniques for collecting responsibly help prepare amateurs for fieldwork. Photographs and hundreds of pen-and-ink drawings depict the dinosaur fossils that collectors are most likely to find under Montana's Big Sky.
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Windows into the Earth: The Geologic Story of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks by Robert B. Smith
Millions of years ago, the North American continent was dragged over the world's largest continental hotspot, a huge column of hot and molten rock rising from the Earth's interior that traced a 50-mile wide, 500-mile-long path northeastward across Idaho. Generating cataclysmic volcanic eruptions and large earthquakes, the hotspot helped lift the Yellowstone Plateau to more than 7,000 feet and pushed the northern Rockies to new heights, creating the jewel of the U.S. national park system: Yellowstone. Meanwhile, forces stretching apart the western U.S. created the mountainous glory of Grand Teton National Park. Smith and Siegel offer expert guidance through this awe-inspiring terrain, bringing to life the grandeur of these geologic phenomena as they reveal the forces that have shapedand continue to shapethe greater Yellowstone-Teton region. Over seventy illustrations, including fifty-two in full color, illuminate the beauty of the landscape, while two final chapters provide driving tours of the parks to help visitors enjoy and understand the region's wonders
A complete beginner?s guide to fossils which includes vertebrate and invertebrate fossil descriptions. Includes 160 drawings. 224 pgs.
Usborne Spotters Guides : Rocks and Minerals (Ages 9-12)
Usborne Spotter's Guides are pocket-sized and packed with information -- so don't leave home without one. Whether you are an enthusiast or a complete beginner, these beautifully illustrated field guides will help you identify and understand the things you see in the natural world. This fascinating book shows you how to identify rocks, minerals and fossils from around the world. You'll also discover how different types of rocks were formed and what kind of rocks lie beneath the surface of the Earth.
Ages: Chilrden or Adults
Size of book: 4 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches
AAPG Northern Rocky Mountain Geological Highway Map (Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming)
Learn more about the geological history of the rocks around you! This colorful, educational map presents state/regional surface rock outcrop information?age, depositional environment, rock type, and names of formations. Includes major highways, towns, and landmarks. Printed on a single sheet and folded to glove compartment size, has a stratigraphic column by state, mileage charts. Scale: 1 inch=30 miles. Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. Revised 1997.
Firefly Guide to Fossils
Firefly Guide to Fossils
is an authoritative and practical guide to the identification, understanding and hunting of all types of fossils. This beautifully illustrated book introduces the reader to all aspects of the study of fossils, including how fossilization occurs. It describes where and how to find fossils and how to care for display specimens.
The main part of the book features large numbers of color photographs of specimens, accompanied by clear and concise text. Identification keys and color-coding make the identification of fossil specimens straightforward and enjoyable.
- More than 400 specimens in full color
- Coverage of all major groups of fossils
- Easy-to-use identification key
- High-quality artworks for accuracy
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