Paleonet: Utah's Cambrian Life Online Exhibit, Division of Invertebrate Paleontology, University of Kansas

stewholl at aol.com stewholl at aol.com
Thu Mar 6 12:13:32 GMT 2008




Dear Jonathan and Bruce,


Your new website is great! It is a significant reminder that most
of the metazoans from the Cambrian explosian were soft-bodied and
 wonderfully diverse. Thanks for putting up this site.


Stew Hollingsworth



 








-----Original Message-----
From: Hendricks, Jonathan R <jrhendri at ku.edu>
To: PaleoNet at nhm.ac.uk
Sent: Tue, 4 Mar 2008 12:10 pm
Subject: Paleonet: Utah's Cambrian Life Online Exhibit, Division of Invertebrate Paleontology, University of Kansas



Dear Colleagues,

The Division of Invertebrate Paleontology at the University of Kansas is
pleased to announce a new online exhibit that highlights soft-body
biotas from the Middle Cambrian of Utah, USA:

http://www.kumip.ku.edu/cambrianlife/

These Middle Cambrian biotas are similar in age to the famous Burgess
Shale of British Columbia, Canada.  While these soft-body biotas share
many of the same elements, some are unique to the Middle Cambrian of
Utah.

We hope that you find the content of this new website interesting and
useful.

Sincerely,

Jonathan Hendricks & Bruce Lieberman
Department of Geology, University of Kansas, USA





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Jonathan R. Hendricks
Post Doctoral Researcher
Department of Geology
University of Kansas
1475 Jayhawk Blvd.
Lindley Hall, Rm. 9
Lawrence, KS 66045
Email: jrhendri at ku.edu
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