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Thomas Drawing a Pachyrhinosaur

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Description: Thomas Adams (Southern Methodist University) is a gifted artist. Although he is modest about his work, everyone in camp is fascinated with his talent.

Doloris Uncovers a Dinosaur Bone

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Description: Dolores van derKolk (University of Alaska - Fairbanks) poses next to a large dinosaur bone she uncovered at the Liscomb bed. Many bones similar to this were found during our visit to this site.

Dinosaur Toe Bone

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Description: The bone half extracted from the matrix of the Liscomb quarry appears to be a dinosaur toe bone. After talking with Tony and Thomas, it appears this bone is quite small. If the dinosaur lived long enough to reach adulthood, the bone could reach the size of an average man's foot.

Liscomb Fossil

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Description: While Paul measured some sections adjacent to the Liscomb quarry, Dave and I located some bones near the water's edge. This photo shows a bone just emerging from the soft matrix.

Predatory Snails

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Description: Dave found some Cenozoic sea shell fossils that told a neat story. Some of the shells had a neat hole drilled through them. Dave explained the hole was from the Moon snail, which attached itself to its prey and bore a hole through shells to reach the flesh.

Mike with Cretaceous Wood

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Description: Mike holds a 65-70 million year old piece of coalified wood. This wood was originally transported during a flood during the time of the dinosaurs and quickly buried. Since tree size is somewhat dependent upon temperature, this large piece of wood suggests this part of Alaska was much warmer in the past.

Paul Digging Trench Near North Camp

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Description: Dr. Paul McCarthy (University of Alaska - Fairbanks) digs a trench through lose sediment so he can expose the bedrock below. Once the trench is complete, he will measure the thickness of the layer and describe its composition and features.

A Typical August Day on the Colville River

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Description: Almost every morning on the Colville River resembles this photo of Dr. Paul McCarthy. When the rain and fog are this thick, it is necessary to wait for the Sun rise higher and warm things up a little.

Midnight Moon at 70 Degrees North

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Description: Pete, Doloris, and I spent the evening buring things that needed burning. It was the finest evening I experienced on the North Slope. This photo of a third quarter moon was taken exactly at midnight.

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