Recent Articles About Fossil Hunting Laws and Regulations - Canada Dinosaurs
Below are a couple of articles about laws and regulations
for fossil hunting that raise either the same or similar issues
that concern collecting meteorites.
Welcome to Alberta, Canada: Socialist Dinosaur Paradise Inverse,
(The bones belong to the people) Jacqueline Ronson, August 17, 2016
4 Weird True Crime Stories From the Dinosaur Fossil Black Market
(Unpredictable laws and high demand create the perfect environment
for illegal enterprise) by Jacqueline Ronson, Inverse, May 22, 2016.
The articles, do not necessarily represent my views. If you need
comment about them, either post your comments as a reply to
this thread or correspond with the authors of the article.
Finally, an article that is unrelated to meteorites, but still quite
Joel, L. (2016), How did fragile early microbes become fossils?,
Eos, 97, doi:10.1029/2016EO057519. Published on 12 August 2016.
(During the Ediacaran period more than a half billion years ago,
clay mineral coats likely shielded delicate remains, helping
them become exquisitely preserved in rock, recent experiments