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February 2022 | Geology & Paleontology

Our collective scientific fascination with dinosaurs began in 1822, when Mary Ann Mantell noticed an interesting shimmer on the side of the road. On closer inspection, she observed large teeth embedded in the rocks – the first evidence found of the large, herbivorous Iguanodon. Since this discovery 200 years ago, researchers in the field of paleontology & geology have uncovered more of Earth’s natural history, providing significant insight into critical biological events occurring today.

In celebration of 200 years of scientific discoveries in geology & paleontology, BioOne invites you to explore a compilation of recently-published articles available in BioOne Complete. The February 2022 edition of BioOne Vista features articles from Ameghiniana, Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences, Geodiversitas, Journal of Paleontology, Paleontological Research, Palynology, and more.

Photo: Iguanodon Fossil by @paleo_bear / Flickr Creative Commons (CC BY 2.0)

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Fossil shellfish
Mesomyzon mengae by Tiouraren /  CC-BY-SA-4.0
Trilobite Fossil
Fossil fern

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