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Nothing Is As Constant As Change

"Nothing is as constant as change." – Miss. Frizzle,…

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Why is the K-Pg Boundary so clearly identifiable in certain parts of Saskatchewan?

The Cretaceous-Paleogene, or K-Pg, Boundary is a line that…

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What do you do with pieces of amber that don’t contain anything?

Resin from modern pine, with mammal hair caught in it at Cypress…

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Paradise Found! Exploring Saskatchewan’s Lost Beach Front Property

One of the candidates for the 2016 Provincial Fossil Campaign was a…

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Why My Vote is For Scotty the T. rex

When I tell people outside the province that I am a Saskatchewan…

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Where the Crocodiles Roam

This July and October, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum vertebrate…

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Summer in the Cretaceous

With the coming of fall, it is a good time to review the fieldwork…

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Canada Rocks

Scotty is 10th on my list of the 10 most awesome rocks in Canada.…

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