Mesozoic


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The results of evaluation of oil shale resources of different times show that these are mostly concentrated in the Mesozoic strata.
This fact suggests that the gold deposits in the Jiaodong area are formed in a relatively short time and under the same mineralization background, and related with the Mesozoic tectonic transition.
If a huge coprolite came from Mesozoic rocks, Chin can conclude that it's from a dinosaur.
Ornithuromorpha are believed to have comprised about half of bird species that lived during the Mesozoic era, which lasted from about 252 million to 66 million years ago.
Scientists report a new fossil specimen that belongs to Chaohusaurus (Reptilia, Ichthyopterygia), the oldest of Mesozoic marine reptiles that lived approximately 248 million years ago.
Ryosuke Motani and his colleagues from the University of California, Davis, reported a new fossil specimen, which belongs to Chaohusaurus (Reptilia, Ichthyopterygia), the oldest of Mesozoic marine reptiles that lived approximately 248 million years ago.
The fossil, which weighs about 15 kilograms (33 lbs), belongs to the second geological period or the Mesozoic Era.
Science & Technology Published: Updated: May 7, 2012 20:11 May 7, 2012 20:25 WASHINGTON: In a major new climate finding, researchers have calculated that dinosaur flatulence could have put enough methane into the atmosphere to warm the planet during the hot, wet Mesozoic era.
During the Mesozoic Era, or Age of Dinosaurs, Australia was home to a wide range of dinosaur species.
The island of Grand Manan (Canada) in the southwestern Bay of Fundy has the only exposed strata and basalt of the Grand Manan Basin, a mainly submerged Early Mesozoic rift basin about 30 km wide by 70 km long.
It was the end of the Mesozoic epoch and the end of the dinosaurs.
The papers in this Special Issue are based in contributions presented at the 10th Symposium on Mesozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems and Biota (MTE 2009) held in Teruel (Spain) in September 2009.
Family Day Weekend February 13 to 15, 2010 theme: Mesozoic Monsters
Named the Darwinopterus, or Darwin's wing, the creature was one of many species of pterosaurs, or pterodactyles, which dominated the skies in the Mesozoic era 220-65 million years ago.
Paleobiogeography of Mesozoic brachiopod faunas from Andean-Patagonian areas in a global context.