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  • noun Alternative spelling of paleobotanist.


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  • Review of the radiocarbon samples by palaeobotanist Lucinda McSweeney suggests that the initial dates were from rootlets and partially carbonized hickory wood that had intrude into the lower level from above.

    Cactus Hill Update 2000

  • The archive includes all the iconic rock features you would expect to find - such as the famous Durdle Door sea arch on Dorset's "Jurassic Coast" - but also some exquisite pictures of fossil forms, many taken in the early 20th Century by the renowned palaeobotanist Robert Kidston.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition 2009


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