The PaleoNet Pages

 


What is PaleoNet?

PaleoNet is a system of listservers, www pages, and ftp sites designed to enhance electronic communication among paleontologists. While primarily designed as a resource for paleontological professionals and graduate students, PaleoNet welcomes input and participation from anyone and everyone interested in the study of ancient life.




Table of Contents

Listserver User’s Guide - full instructions on how to subscribe to the PaleoNet listserver and manage your subscription
Position Listings - ads for professional palaeontological positions that have either been posted to the PaleoNet listserver or brought to my attention through other means
Palaeontological Meetings - a complete list of all palaeontological meetings, conventions, symposia, events, etc. that have either been posted to the PaleoNet listserver or brought to my attention through other means
Useful Links - hot-links to, and brief descriptions of, online paleontological resources I have found useful (including my own)



Special Features



Palaeontologia Electronica

The oldest and most innovative fully electronic paleontological journal

Current Issue: Vol. 14, Issue 2






The PaleoNet Gallery

An online exhibition of drawings, paintings and illustrations of paleontological subjects.
So much of paleontology has to do with visualizing extinct plants and animals it's only fitting that PaleoNet provide free space for artists and illustrators specializing in the representation of fossil materials to display samples of their work; especially insofar as the electronic medium is well-suited to this subject matter. If you would like to contribute materials to the PaleoNet Gallery please contact N.MacLeod. Meanwhile, enjoy the featured current and past exhibitions.



Current Exhibition
3D Paleo
by John Iellamo




Past Exhibitions






The PaleoNet Pages were created by Norman MacLeod as part of the PaleoNet communications system. Cooperation of The Natural History Museum is gratefully acknowledged. The PaleoNet Pages are maintained by Norman MacLeod with contributions from members of the extended PaleoNet community. Anyone wishing to post an item, establish a link, contribute artwork, etc. to these pages should contact Norm. Title image: detail of Tyrannosaurus by Kelly Taylor.
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  1. BulletBack to the Past by Enrico Bonino

  2. BulletOther Illustrations by Hannah Caine

  3. BulletBurgess Shale Drawings by Hannah Caine

  4. BulletWhere Giants Walked by Kelly Taylor

  1. BulletMesozoic Moments by Kelly Taylor

  2. BulletThe Ghost Dance by Michael Amesbury

  3. BulletA Glimpse of the Past by Janice McCafferty