Paul Roth

  • 1 year, 7 months ago
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  • 1 year, 7 months ago

    Hello again,

    Here is the link to my “How to Build A Junior Paleontologist Kit” PDF file.  Hope it is helpful. 🙂

    http://www.myfossil.org/files/file/how-to-build-a-junior-paleontologist-kit-updated-2017/

    Paul

  • 1 year, 7 months ago

    Hi everyone,

    Here is the link to the National Park Service’s Junior Paleontologist Program where you can find a downloadable version of the Jr. Activity Booklet.

    https://www.nps.gov/subjects/fossils/junior-paleontologist.htm

    Paul

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  • 1 year, 9 months ago
    Paul Roth posted a new activity comment

    Well here it goes, I am sure their will be some different opinions out there, this should be a good thread… 🙂
    The analogy I like to use for ANY construction site, is that if there were a pallet of Sod/Grass, do you think it would be ok to take some home for your yard? Without permission, clearly no, that would be stealing, it is property that someone else has paid for, for a specific purpose. However, some site managers may have the authority to authorize property being removed, so in this grassy example if you have permission from the site manager to take a couple squares of grass, then you have done your due diligence by seeking permission. When it comes to DOT projects, some of the borrow pits used may be owned(or leased) by the state, county, or local municipality. My opinion is permission would need to come from them. On fill material at construction sites, you cannot just pull over and start going through it, I have also seen the posts like that on Facebook, and find it highly disturbing. It may be state owned fill, but it was assigned, or purchased, for a specific project and not meant for the general public’s consumption. You can ask the site manager if you can collect, they may give you permission, I suspect many site managers do not have that legal authority, but at least you have done your due diligence by getting permission.
    Anyway, just my 2 cents worth.

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  • 1 year, 12 months ago
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    Hi Todd,

    I am guessing maybe your teeth have calcium carbonate or marine debris on them?  If so, I would direct you to Chuck Ferrara in this group.  He has experience with such cleaning.  Usually involves dilute vinegar and water, but not sure on the soak time, etc, so check with Chuck, I bet he has some great tips.  🙂

    Paul

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