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My New Print Book (pdf)--In Search Of Vanished Ages

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Inyo
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My New Print Book (pdf)--In Search Of Vanished Ages

Post by Inyo » Sun May 28, 2017 8:57 am

I've just completed a new print book version (pdf) of my web-based fossils-related field trips. It's called In Search Of Vanished Ages--Field Trips To Fossil Localities In California, Nevada, And Utah.

It's available for free download over at:

In Search Of Vanished Ages--Field Trips To Fossil Localities In California, Nevada, And Utah

Here's what you'll get:

95,703 words (equivalent to a medium-size hard cover work of non-fiction); 254 printed pages (equivalent to about 380 pages in hard cover book form); 27 chapters; 30 individual field trips to places of paleontological interest, primarily to the Mojave Desert and Great Basin; 60 photographs with explanatory captions--representative on-site images and pictures of fossils from each locality visited.

All of my web pages remain up and running, of course.
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Death Valley Dazed
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Thanks for such a great resource

Post by Death Valley Dazed » Wed May 31, 2017 1:12 pm

My family and I will be visiting some of the locations you have mentioned in the near future. Thanks again for making it free to the public.
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