Public education helps all of us in the Paleontological Community. A better informed public in areas of science and ongoing paleontological projects helps maintain and expand funding for grants; helps children and adults experience in the thrill of uncovering evidence of prehistoric life; helps land developers be aware of fossils they may encountered in given areas and understand their scientific value; etc.
Please don't keep your science and fossils to yourself!
Publish here for free and make it known to the world.
We are very open to publishing just about any paleontological information, but are especially interested in current projects.
- Send us an email with the following information:
- Your name and scientific affiliation, if any;
- Geological formation & age of site; and
- Types and descriptions of fossils found (with an image or two if possible).
- What you would provide to Paleocurrents.com (e.g. overview, detailed scientific info, project team members with profiles, digital fossil images, links, etc.). Please see "Castle Rock Fossil Rainforest" for examples.
- When you would be able to provide this information.
- If it's an ongoing project, would you supply updated information in the future?
- To contact Paleocurrents.com, see "Contact Us".