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Dinosaur National Monument - Resources
By Cynthia Kirkeby
Jan 24, 2005, 14:53

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These learning links will help you explore all of the interesting history, geology, and archaeology of Dinosaur National Monument.

Dinosaur National Monument Online Museum Exhibit
This multimedia exhibit allows you to explore the fossils found at the Dinosaur National Monument, join a paleontologist uncover a fossil find, explore an artist’s conception of the age of the dinosaur, and learn more with detailed charts on dinosaurs.
Source: National Park Service

Dinosaur National Monument Photo Gallery
Photos of Dinosaur National Monument by the staff and visitors give you the feeling that you just walked through this national monument park.
Source: National Park Service

Dinosaurs and Dinosaur National Monument
Learn about the dinosaurs that roamed North America, the fossils that tell their story, and the quarry areas hold the secrets of our past.
Source: National Park Service

The Dinosaur National Monument Ecosystem
“The Dinosaur ecosystem contains a landscape of great beauty and variety. The variety grew out of the past geologic events and current geological processes of weathering and erosion by ice, running water, and wind. Uplift and erosion of the Uinta Mountains during the past 65 million years has exposed 26 rock formations within the monument. Each rock formation weathers into its own soil type, ... [which] results in a variety of plants adapted to those soils.”
Source: National Park Service




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