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New process by Temple grad student can place loose fossils back into the strata or determine fakes

to Temple in January 2001 to major in geology, and while working on her thesis about rare earth elements, began to look at bone types and the amount of rare earth elements they contained.

The preliminary research was successful in identifying a fossil to its original unit from the Pierre Shale, near Chamberlain, South Dakota, and fossils from other geographic locations in Oregon, Wyoming and Montana, says Patrick. This type of tool had not been available to scientists prior to this research.

Now, thanks to Doreena Patrick, it is.


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Contact: Preston M. Moretz
pmoretz@temple.edu
215-204-7476
Temple University
25-Mar-2002


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