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  • Academy of Natural Sciences - Philadelphia museum has a Dinosaur Hall.
  • Age of Reptiles Mural - Peabody Museum, Yale University
  • American Museum of Natural History - Located in New York, this a rich resource for information on dinosaurs and paleontology. There is a Fossil Halls page. Virtual exhibitions include Gobi: Dinosaurs in the Desert, Personalities in Paleontology, Amber: Window to the Past, Fighting Dinosaurs: New Discoveries from Mongolia and First Dinosaur Embryos Found with Fossilized Skin.
  • Bibliography of Fossil Vertebrates - Currently the database covers the years 1509-1968 and 1981-1993, and has approximately 131,190 references. Provided by the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology (SVP).
  • BUBL Information Service - Andersonian Library, Strathclyde University, Glascow, Scotland, has a subject directory for Palaeontology.
  • College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum - Price
  • Curse of T.rex - Nova
  • The Deccan Traps Volcanism-Greenhouse Dinosaur Extinction Theory - Dewey M. McLean, Professor Emeritus of Geology in the Department of Geological Sciences, Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
  • Dino Russ's Lair - Directory of links to dinosaur and vertebrate paleontology information collected by Russell J. Jacobson, Geoscience Education and Outreach Unite at the Illinois State Geological Survey.
  • Dinosaur State Park - Rocky Hill, Connecticut
  • Dinosauria On-Line - Maintained by Jeff Poling, an amateur paleontologist in Dublin, Ohio
  • Dinosaurs in the Dunes - Fossil hunting in the Gobi Desert; Discovery Online & the American Museum of Natural History
  • Dinosaurs of the East Coast - Adapted from the book written by David B. Weishampel and Luther O. Young, Johns Hopkins Magazine, June 1996.
  • Discovery Channel Guide: Dinosaurs
  • End of the World: More Proof of the Dinosaurs' Demise - Frontiers, October, 1997 (electronic newsletter of the National Science Foundation)
  • Field Museum of Natural History - With information on Sue, the "world's most complete and biggest fossil Tyrannosaurus rex."
  • Geology of the Wessex Coast - Ian West, Department of Geology, University of Southampton, UK
  • George C. Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits
  • Hadrosaurus - Found in 1858 in Haddonfield, New Jersey
  • International Organisation of Palaeobotany - Site includes Plant Fossil Record database which includes descriptions and occurrences of many thousands of extinct plants
  • Learning from the Fossil Record - "Manual for a workshop for K-16 earth science instructors sponsored by the Paleontological Society on October 27, 1996 at the annual Geological Society of America meeting in Denver, Colorado."
  • Library of Congress Online Catalog
  • Museum of Paleontology - University of California, Berkeley
  • National Geographic Online - Online exhibitions include Dinosaurs of the Sahara and Dinosaur Eggs
  • Museum of the Rockies - Bozeman, Montana.
  • National Museum of Natural History - Smithsonian Institution. Has a Department of Paleobiology.
  • Natural History Museum - London museum has a Palaeontology Department.
  • New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science - Albuquerque museum has an online exhibit on Dinosaurs in New Mexico
  • New York Times: Paleontology
  • PaleoNet Pages - "System of listservers, www pages, and ftp sites designed to enhance electronic communication among paleontologists."
  • Paleontological Research Institution - Ithaca, N.Y.
  • Paleontology and Fossils Resources - Jack D. Mount, Science Reference Librarian, Science-Engineering Library, University of Arizona
  • Paper Dinosaurs, 1824-1969 - Exhibition of original printed materials related to the history of dinosaur discovery; Linda Hall Library, Kansas City.
  • Rex Files - New Scientist Planet Science
  • Royal Tyrrell Museum - Alberta, Canada.
    Science News
    ScienceDaily Magazine
    New Scientist
    EurekaAlert!
    National Geographic News - There is a Archaeology and Paleontolgy News section.
    National Science Foundation News
    New York Times Science
    Science News Online
    Scientific American
  • Society of Vertebrate Paleontology - Chicago
  • Vertebrate Paleontology Databases - Florida Museum of Natural History; searchable databases Last updated 7 December 2006
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