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  • *[[South african fossil sites]] *[[Fossil hominin species]]
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  • ===Fossil sites=== :''See Paleoanthropology in South Africa/Catalogs/Fossil sites for more details'':
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  • *[[South african fossil sites]] *[[Fossil hominin species]]
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  • [[/Fossil sites|List of South African fossil sites]]
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  • *[[Fossil hominin species]] *[[South african fossil sites]]
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  • *[[Fossil hominin species]] *[[South african fossil sites]]
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  • ...ig cave situated approximately 1km to the west-northwest of the well known fossil site of Sterkfontein in the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site.
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  • ==East African fossil sites==
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  • *[[Fossil hominin species]] *[[South african fossil sites]]
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  • *[[Fossil hominin species]] *[[South african fossil sites]]
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  • ...ll of the fossil and living bipedal apes including the Australopithecines, fossil members of the genus Homo and living humans.
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  • *[[Fossil hominin species]] *[[South african fossil sites]]
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  • *[[East african fossil sites]] *[[African fossil sites]]
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  • *[[Fossil hominin species]] *[[South african fossil sites]]
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  • ...ll of the fossil and living bipedal apes including the Australopithecines, fossil members of the genus Homo and living humans. It is generally replacing the
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  • #REDIRECT [[Fossil]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Fossil fuel]]
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  • *[[Fossil hominin species]] *[[South African fossil sites]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[fossil hominin species]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Fossil fuel/Definition]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[South African fossil sites]]
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  • *[[Fossil hominin species]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[List of East African fossil sites]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[South African fossil sites/Related Articles]]
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  • The study of extinct life forms, particularly [[fossil]]s.
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  • Resources such as fossil fuel, biomass, solar or wind power.
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  • Fossil-bearing breccia filled cavity located in South Africa.
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  • | pagename = Fossil fuel | abc = Fossil fuel
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  • {{r|Fossil fuel}} {{r|Fossil fuel reforming}}
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  • The five places a fossil species of hominin endemic to South Africa have been found.
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  • ...site in South Africa, which comprises three localities containing numerous fossil-bearing caves.
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  • *[[Fossil hominin species]]
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  • ...idered in evaluating reactor designs intended for worldwide replacement of fossil fuel power plants.
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  • A [[Systems biology|living system]] or derivations thereof, such as [[fossil]]s or [[cell line]]s.
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  • ...1996) British archaeologist and paleoanthropologist, whose discoveries of fossil remains, particularly Australopithecus Zinjanthropus, contributed to knowle
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  • An enigmatic early hominin species found dominantly in East African fossil deposits dated to approximately 1.8 to 2 million years ago.
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  • One of the most important fossil sites for understanding human origins in Africa, discovered near Krugersdor
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  • ...adapted egg; which includes mammals, birds and reptiles, as well as their fossil ancestors.
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  • A Middle Pleistocene aged hominid fossil-bearing locality on the West Coast of South Africa, near the town of Saldan
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  • {{r|Fossil}}
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  • Sites of species of fossil hominid that lived in southern Africa between approximately 1.9 million yea
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  • The science of the study of contemporary and fossil palynomorphs as well as associated particulate organic matter (POM) in sedi
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  • *Day, Michael H. ''Guide to Fossil Man'' University Of Chicago Press; 4th edition. ISBN 0226138895. Contains ...an sites. [http://books.google.com/books?id=JzEDy3SyptEC&dq=field+guide+to+fossil+sites&pg=RA1-PA16&ots=0l_eGT3RDr&sig=QdWz-ZsX3GzynUkVbaeU85e6vW8&prev=http:
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  • A paleoanthropological controversy involving the falsification of a fossil specimen to provide the missing link between apes and humans on the scale o
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  • A series of fossil-bearing breccia filled cavities located almost exactly between the well kno
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  • A fossil-bearing breccia filled cave located about 2km east of the well known South
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  • The [[fossil lagerstätten]] of Burgess was discovered by geologist Charles Doolittle Wa ...ts as shells or bones were still rare. It is mostly constituted by extinct fossil groups which did not leave descendants, hence its paramount importance for
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  • A fossil-bearing breccia-filled cave located about 13km Northeast of the well known
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  • A fossil-bearing breccia filled cavity located about 16km East of the well known Sou
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  • A fossil-bearing breccia filled cavity located about 14km East of the well known Sou
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  • ...s]] of [[combustion]] product [[flue gas]] resulting from the burning of [[fossil fuel]]s.<ref name=EPA>[http://www.epa.gov/ttn/chief/ap42/index.html Compila Most fossil fuels are combusted with ambient air (as differentiated from combustion wit
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  • ...ve to China and is cultivated as a shade tree, and is regarded as a living fossil.
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  • ...[[Johannesburg]], [[South Africa]]. It is the most north-westerly located fossil site in the [[Cradle of Humankind]]. *1977 - fossil site discovered. Sampling soon undertaken by [[Elisabeth Vrba]]<ref name="
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  • A fossil-bearing breccia-filled cavity located about 4 kilometres south-east of the
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  • The word '''fossil''' is derived from the Latin ''fossilis'', something dug up.<ref name="MacR During the [[Middle Ages]], the term ‘fossil’ was used for any sample recovered from the Earth, including [[rocks]] an
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  • ...rchivedate= |quote= }}</ref>. While it is the most numerous early hominid fossil discovered in southern Africa, it has only been found at sites within the C
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  • ...U&sig=LG3OrKHqTzkiurslXU206ATCsA8#v=onepage&q&f=false A history of British fossil mammals, and birds]
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  • {{r|South african fossil sites}}
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  • ...[[Primate|apes]] including the [[Australopithecus|Australopithecines]], [[fossil]] members of the genus ''Homo'' and living [[humans]]. For a more detailed ...bons and [[siamang]]s. The Hominidae includes living humans and typically fossil apes that possess a suite of characters such as bipedalism, reduced canine
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  • Fossil fuels are substances having a high percentage of [[carbon]] and [[hydrocarb
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  • ...located on a peninsula overlooking the [[Atlantic Ocean]] and is near the fossil localities of [[Sea Harvest]], [[Saldanha]] and [[Langebaan lagoon]]. ...veurl= |archivedate= |quote= }}</ref>. In 1993, Lee Berger found a single fossil hominid tooth in fragments eroding from the surface of the deposit and foll
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  • ...he availability of [[natural resource]]s like [[water]], [[sunlight]] or [[fossil fuel]]s and the capacity of [[ecosystem]]s to absorb the [[waste]] generate
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  • A '''fossil fuel''' is a substance having a high percentage of [[carbon]] and [[hydroca
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  • {{r|Living fossil}}
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  • ...sils]] and their position relative to their occurrences in space and time. Fossil groups are confined to specific sedimentary layers which reflect changes in ...ossils known to have been deposited at the same time. By correlating these fossil depositions, strata which appears to be deposited at different times may be
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  • ...{{cite journal | last = Wetmore | first = A. | title = A check-list of the fossil and prehistoric birds of North America and the West Indies | journal = [[Sm
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  • :Social behaviour is often said not to leave fossil traces as a matter of principle. This paper reports on (still unusual) circ
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  • ...to have became completely aquatic. Sirenians have a 50 million year old [[fossil]] record (early [[Eocene]]-recent). They attained modest diversity during t == Fossil history ==
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  • [[Australopithecus africanus]] is a fossil species of [[Hominin| hominin]] endemic to South Africa. It has only been
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  • ...n example of a [[living fossil]]. It is scaleless and nearly identical to fossil specimens.
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  • {{r|Fossil hominin species}}
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  • ...the [[Heat of combustion|combustion heat energy]] derived from burning a [[fossil fuel]], such as [[coal]], [[natural gas]] or a [[Petroleum crude oil|petrol
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  • ...ng (Editors)|title=Environmental Challenges and Greenhouse Gas Control for Fossil Fuel Utilization in the 21st Century|edition=1st Edition|publisher=Springer
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  • {{r|List of East African fossil sites}}
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  • ...minerals ([[Petrology]] and [[Mineralogy]]), volcanoes ([[Volcanology]]), fossil remains ([[Paleontology]]), and landforms ([[Geomorphology]]).
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  • Paleoanthropologists study early [[Hominini|hominin]]s through [[fossil]] remains, traces, or impressions of ancient life; evidence such as preserv ...en criticized for not allowing other paleoanthropologists to examine their fossil finds. As Ian Tattersall notes (writing in 2006 Nature volume 441:155), pal
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  • .../lng/feature/howisitshipped.html How is LNG Shipped and Stored?] Office of Fossil Energy, [[U.S. Department of Energy]] (DOE)
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  • ...ity of [[Johannesburg]], [[South Africa]]. It is the most easterly located fossil site in the [[Cradle of Humankind]].
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  • *[[Fossil record]]s
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  • ...Areas studied include human evolution and genetics, the human and primate fossil record, and the biology and variation of current human and primate populati *[[Paleoanthropology]], the study of fossil evidence for human evolution.
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  • {{r|Fossil}}
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  • '''''Plovers Lake Cave''''' (25 58' 39"S, 27 46' 36"E) is a fossil-bearing breccia filled cavity located about 4km Southeast of the well known ...h teams. In the Outer Deposits, Brain and Thakeray discovered a very fine fossil [[baboon]] that had survived a [[leopard]] or saber-toothed cat attack as w
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  • ...was a paleoanthropological controversy involving the falsification of a [[fossil]] specimen to provide the missing link between [[ape]]s and [[human]]s on t
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  • ...th exists that all the dinosaurs were wiped out at the same time, though [[fossil]] evidence shows that many had died out or were disappearing already by the ..., however, just one of over a thousand species so far identified using the fossil record. Dinosaurs were first recognised as a category new to [[science]] in
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  • ...its discovery in 1936 more than 600 hominin remains and many thousands of fossil animals have been discovered. ...ter tools were discovered. Subsequent research has shown that most of the fossil hominins from Sterkfontein actually belong to the same species as the Taung
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  • : 1840: ''Part I. Fossil Mammalia'', by [[Richard Owen]] [http://pages.britishlibrary.net/charles.da * 1851: ''A Monograph on the Fossil Lepadidae; or, Pedunculated Cirripedes of Great Britain'' [http://pages.bri
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  • ...ted]] in an industrial [[furnace]] or [[boiler]], a steam generator in a [[fossil fuel]] [[power plant]] or other combustion sources. ...gas desulfurization]] captures the [[sulfur dioxide]] produced by burning fossil fuels, particularly coal.
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  • ...e</ref> in [[South Africa]] comprises three localities containing numerous fossil-bearing caves that have been recognized for their significant contribution ...er=Struik|pages= |language= |archiveurl= |archivedate= |quote= }}</ref>. [[Fossil| Fossils]] were first recognized in southern Africa deposits in the early 2
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  • ...ig cave situated approximately 1km to the west-northwest of the well known fossil site of [[Sterkfontein cave| Sterkfontein]] in the [[Cradle of Humankind]] ...s instrumental in his re-interpretation of the way bones accumulate in the fossil caves, detailed in his (1981) book, titled The Hunters or the Hunted? <ref
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  • ...determination of their relationships, as well as integration of the human fossil record with evolutionary theory. ..., in both of which he is an acknowledged leader: the analysis of the human fossil record, and the study of the ecology and systematics of the lemurs of Madag
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  • ...ving bipedal apes including the [[Australopithecus|Australopithecines]], [[fossil]] members of the genus ''Homo'' and living [[humans]]. It is generally repl ...gibbons and siamangs. The Hominidae includes living humans and typically fossil apes that possess a suite of characters such as bipedalism, reduced canine
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  • ...een River Formation]] of [[Wyoming]] which is a particulary rich one for [[fossil]] collectors from the [[Eocene]] Epoch.
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  • '''''Cooper's Cave''''' (26 00' 46"S, 27 44' 45"E) is actually a series of fossil-bearing breccia filled cavities located almost exactly between the well kno ...K "Bob" Brain]] worked at the site in 1954 and recovered a large number of fossil animals but reported no hominids. He also named the two then identified de
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  • ...("southern small ape of Africa") is a [[species]] of early [[hominin]]. [[Fossil]]s of ''A. africanus'' have only been found in [[South Africa]]. ...guage= |archiveurl= |archivedate= |quote= }}</ref>. It is the only hominin fossil discovered at that site.<ref name="Tobias"/> Further discoveries of ''A. a
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  • ...se conclusions, but there is still debate over whether the replacement for fossil fuels should include nuclear power. Many believe that nuclear power cannot ...ace. That equilibrium is now being radically altered by our consumption of fossil fuels. What seems to us like a slow change over decades, is a vertical spik
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  • '''Gladysvale Cave''' (25 54'S, 27 45'E) is a fossil-bearing breccia-filled cave located about 13km Northeast of the well known ...llip Tobias]] led a student expedition to the site where a fine [[baboon]] fossil was recovered<ref name="Berger2">{{cite book|title=Gladysvale Unveiled|acce
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  • ...ds, textile, wood, paper, and many other common substances contain carbon. Fossil fuels ([[coal]], petroleum, natural gas, etc.) are compounds of carbon. Carbon is the essential element of all organic substances ranging from fossil fuels to cell components and DNA. Here on Earth, carbon circulates in vario
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  • ...mposed of soft tissue which is rarely fossilised they constitute the chief fossil remains of these creatures.</ref> Palynomorphs posses an organic outer wall ...and '''environmental palynology'''. Palynomorphs studied are specifically fossil remains of non-extant life forms.
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  • ...y demand growth so that rising clean energy supplies can make deep cuts in fossil fuel use. If energy use grows too fast, renewable energy development will c
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  • *[http://www.fossil.energy.gov/programs/sequestration/index.html DOE Fossil Energy] Department of Energy programs in carbon dioxide capture and storage
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  • '''Haasgat Cave''' is a fossil-bearing breccia filled cavity located about 16km East of the well known Sou
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  • ...species [[Australopithecus africanus|''Australopithecus africanus'']]. The fossil was discovered at the Buxton limeworks, [[Taung]], [[Northwest Province]], ...ists]] and [[Paleoantology|paleontologists]] have estimated the age of the fossil at approximately 2 million years before present.
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  • '''Kromdraai''' (26 00'S, 27 45'E) is a fossil-bearing breccia filled cave located about 2km east of the well known South ...esult in the discovery of numerous hominin remains as well as thousands of fossil animals. Two deposits were noted and named at the site - Kromdraai A and K
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  • [[Fossil fuels]] - [[coal]] and [[peat]], [[natural gas]] and [[petroleum]] were har
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  • ...steep sided ravine 30 miles long and 295 ft. deep. The main beds are in [[Fossil Lake Basin]] about 16 miles in diameter. There are 7 beds in Olduvai, Bed I
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  • ...ergy_(science)|energy]] available to mankind derives from the burning of [[fossil fuel]]s: [[coal]], [[oil (geology)|oil]] and [[natural gas]]. However, because of increased prices, concern over dwindling fossil fuel resources, and protecting the environment from [[pollution]] and the c
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  • The state of fossil assemblages associated with early hominid remains has lead many to view the ...eistocene hominins. International Congress Series,1296, pp. 1-15</ref> The fossil record shows that early hominids evolved in the early Pliocene in East Afri
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  • <font face="Gill Sans MT">Since spoken language does not leave any fossil record, the study of the origin and evolution of language is necessarily in
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  • * fossil fuels, like [[coal]], [[tar sand]]s, and [[oil-shale]]; * [[fossil water]].
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  • ...(or part of it) undergoes from the time of death until its discovery as a fossil. ...rsity Press.</ref> <ref name="Shipman">Shipman, P. 1981. Life history of a fossil: An introduction to taphonomy and paleoecology. Harvard University Press.</
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  • ...ir relative and absolute ages. [[Biostratigraphy]] employs the analysis of fossil plant and animals using principles of [[paleontology]] and stratigraphy to
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  • ...that the African and Indian elephants were distinct species, and that the fossil mammoths of Europe and Siberia were different from either of these. ...[[Leonardo da Vinci]] and [[Robert Hooke]] had stated. da Vinci had found fossil shells in limestones far inland in Italy, some of these he found on mountai
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  • ...y, marketing, pricing, and regulation of energy resources, including all [[fossil fuel]]s, [[solar energy]], and other unconventional or [[renewable energy]]
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  • ...is picture. It is typical of many carbonate rocks to be composed mainly by fossil shells.]]
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  • ...ts of the evidences in the earth's strata of organic beings, consisting of fossil remains, casts and impressions, of plants and animals, belonging, for the m ...icynodon]]), and eventually furnished materials for his ''Catalogue of the Fossil Reptilia of South Africa'' (1876). His writings on birds included a paper o
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  • ...d together in the Subfamily Homininae. The bipedal apes, namely all of the fossil species as well as living humans, fall into the Tribe ''[[Hominin|Hominini]
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  • ...n enigmatic early [[hominin]] species found dominantly in East [[Africa]]n fossil deposits dated to approximately 1.8 to 2 million years ago. Fossil attributed to ''H. habilis'' have been found at Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania,
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  • ...edges” are used to pry the [[Rock| rock]] loose. Removal of breccia and [[fossil]]s by this method can be extremely dangerous for both the excavator and the ...n engraving tool. This method works best for the area directly around the fossil and thus should only be undertaken by an expert and under magnification.
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  • ...es of the [[CONAS]] system, in which the nuclear reactor is backed up by a fossil-fueled steam producer for the turbines.
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  • ...s made between extant hyena faecal remains and hyena coprolites from the [[fossil]] record. Fossil coprolites from the extinct spotted hyena, [[''Crocuta crocuta spelaea'']],
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  • ...s.pdf Artikel, 2000: Methane Ice Worms: Hesiocaeca methanicola. Colonizing Fossil Fuel Reserves]
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  • ...d together in the Subfamily Homininae. The bipedal apes, namely all of the fossil species as well as living humans, fall into the Tribe ''Hominini''<ref name ...that we see more numerous remains of primate-like animals appearing in the fossil record<ref name="Fleagle"/><ref name="Szalay"/>.
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  • ...f Leader of the Palaeoanthropology Research Group, and has taken charge of fossil hominin excavations including Sterkfontein, Swartkrans and Gladysvale. In 2 ...rteen-part international television series on [[fossils]], exploration and fossil hunting. In 1997, the [[National Geographic Society]] in Washington, D.C. a
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  • ...reveal that a number of potentially identifiable processes may have led to fossil bone accumulations.The behaviour of leopards has been documented in many ar ...me up with a conclusion that the kind of damage found to be present on the fossil skeletons suggests it was influenced by carnivores with bone crunching abil
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  • ...s]] this energy is converted into plant life and atmospheric oxygen. The [[fossil fuel]]s that modern society uses&mdash;[[Natural gas|gas]], [[Petroleum cru
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  • ...products of an organism may exist much longer than the producer itself), [[fossil fuel]]s (i.e. sources of energy whose age exceeds the average generation ti
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  • * Scamehorn, Lee. ''High Altitude Energy: A History of Fossil Fuels in Colorado'' (2002) [http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&d=109824963 o
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  • .../releases/2006/05/060519100438.htm Scientists Scuttle Claims That 'Hobbit' Fossil From Flores, Indonesia, Is A New Hominid.] Field Museum (2006, May 19). Sc
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  • ...rock record. This evidence of past life is called a [[fossil]]. The word "fossil" is derived from the Latin ''fossilis'', something dug up.<ref name="MacRae ...(geology)|rocks]] and [[mineral]]s.<ref name="MacRae"/> Today, the use of "fossil" is limited to the record of ancient [[life]]. Fossilization can preserve a
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  • The tuatara has been called a living fossil in error. It is very similar to extinct ancestors but it has developed uniq
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  • ...n-going behemoths has been a mystery for a long time, owing to gaps in the fossil record. However, recent discoveries in [[Pakistan]] have managed to solve m ...million years of whale evolution are documented by a remarkable series of fossil skeletons, the link to the ancestor of cetaceans has been missing. It was k
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  • ...energy is usually generated in big (500 to 1000 MW) power stations fed by fossil fuels and operating at an efficiency of about 38%, which means that about 3 ...persists that the bulk of the electric power is generated by combustion of fossil fuels.)
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  • ...contemporaries of the same genus. This may simply be due to an incomplete fossil record however. H. erectus appeared well before the remaining members of th ...h century as a source of Neogene vertebrate fossils, its wealth of hominid fossil did not become apparent until systematic studies began in the mid to late 1
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  • ...Herbarium includes around 250,000 slides (curated and non-curated) of both fossil and recent diatoms collected from fresh, brackish, and marine habitats. Abo
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  • ...ical]] and [[petrochemical]] manufacturing, [[nuclear power plant]]s and [[fossil fuel power plant]]s, [[natural gas processing]] and many others.
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  • ...as a source of carbon-free energy. Among the alternatives to [[Fossil_fuel|fossil fuels]], nuclear is unique in that it can provide reliable, dispatchable<re ...er in their grid must have non-intermittent generating capacity (typically fossil fuels) to handle maximum demand for several days. They can save on fuel, bu
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  • ...om 1910a">Broom, R. (1910) Observations on some specimens of South African fossil reptiles preserved in the British Museum. ''Transactions of the Royal Socie
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  • Although not known to many people, they have a 100 million-year fossil history, the longest of any mammalian lineage. These rodent-like mammals we
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  • ...ropus robustus''' is a [[Species|species]] of early [[Hominin|hominin]]. [[Fossil|Fossils]] of ''P. robustus'' have only been found in [[South Africa]].
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  • ...also true of ancient life forms whose presence may be determined from the fossil record. As the earth’s surface changes climatically and continents move t ...ossils and their position relative to their occurrences in space and time. Fossil groups are confined to specific sedimentary layers that reflect changes in
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  • [[South Africa]] provided the earliest African [[fossil]] evidence relating to [[hominin]] evolution. The first was the recovery o ...ies, East African finds began to add support to the South African hominin fossil record<ref name="Berger2">{{cite book|title=Working and Guiding in the Crad
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  • ...in the order [[primate | primates]] to hypothesize the behaviors of their fossil ancestors. Of particular interest are the non-human [[Great Apes]], who sha ...so using similarly organic tools that they would not have preserved in the fossil record<ref name=yamakoshi>Yamakoshi, Gen (2001) Ecology of Tool Use in Wild
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  • * Maisey, John G. ''Discovering Fossil Fishes''. New York: Henry Holt and Company, Inc. , 1996.
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  • ...He also believed that many species had become extinct, as witnessed in the fossil record. The natural forces he believed involved "the faculty of continuing
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  • ...honomic agents''' are collectively responsible for the creation of certain fossil assemblages, see the article on [[taphonomy]]. '''[[Hyaena]]s''' are among }}</ref> initially interpreted the [[fossil]] remains at an [[Australopithecus africanus|australopithecine]] site at Ma
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  • ..."It is certain that increased greenhouse gas emissions from the burning of fossil fuels and from land use change lead to a warming of climate, and it is very
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  • The [[fossil|fossil record]] provides strong evidence that of all the species which have ever e
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  • ...ble for humans to walk upright and allows scientists to diagnose whether a fossil likely used bipedal movement or not. {{Image|Human femur next to chimpanzee ...bi-condylar angle is nearly 14 degrees in [[TM1513]], an Australopithecine fossil found in 1938, as compared to the near-nonexistance of such an angle in chi
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  • *Fogel, David B. (editor) (1998) ''Evolutionary Computation: The Fossil Record,'' IEEE Press, New York.
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  • ...of the origins of vocal music remains quite unsure. A recently discovered fossil indicator of a potential change in neural control of vocalization in humans ...it appears in our nearest relatives, the African [[great ape]]s. However, fossil data is scarce in this particular field, since the body itself often served
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  • ...ref> Pollutants can be artificial substances, such as [[pesticides]] and [[fossil fuel]] [[combustion]] products, or naturally occurring substances, such as
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  • ...o produce aerosols from pollution through industrial processes and burning fossil fuels, by altering natural surface cover, and through fires. Human made aer ...also true of ancient life forms whose presence may be determined from the fossil record. As the earth’s climate changes and continents move due to [[plate
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  • ...e|spoken]] and [[sign language|signed]] languages leave no [[fossilization|fossil]]s, for all we know language may have emerged only with the early modern [[
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  • ...]], the [[paleoanthropology|paleoanthropological]] analysis of [[hominin]] fossil remains, and comparative studies in [[primatology]]. Key issues that have ...down, it is no longer possible to accurately calculate the SQ. Since most fossil teeth are indeed worn, the technique is therefore of limited utility for an
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  • ...wer stance, seeing it variously as having lesser environmental effect than fossil fuels. Others are concerned with the more specific issues of the politics o
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  • ...hicles all rely primarily on fossil fuel [[Energy (science)|energy]]. When fossil fuels are burned, [[acid]]-forming [[nitrogen oxides]] and [[sulfur oxides] ...some 100 times more acidic than unpolluted rain. Innovations for reducing fossil fuel combustion [[Air pollution emissions|emissions]], such as scrubbers up
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  • ...hicles all rely primarily on fossil fuel [[Energy (science)|energy]]. When fossil fuels are burned, [[acid]]-forming [[nitrogen oxides]] and [[sulfur oxides] ...some 100 times more acidic than unpolluted rain. Innovations for reducing fossil fuel combustion [[Air pollution emissions|emissions]], such as scrubbers up
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  • ...eople to add as they might say "Hey, my cultural group, language, country, fossil site isn't in that list!" - Opinions? ...n fossil sites]] and South African fossil sites to [[List of South African fossil sites]] - before I go charging around deleting names - will all look at th
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  • ...onments, forests, and flooded grasslands. Some of the animals found in the fossil beds with them are giant gelda baboon, clawless otter, white rhinoceros, bl
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  • * In [[fossil fuel power plants]]s, they are used for the removal of the boiler [[bottom
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  • ...o the product, such "Apple" for computers, "Pledge" for furniture polish, "Fossil" for watches, or "Civic" for an automobile. Finally, a ''fanciful'' mark is
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  • ...pecies, using many tools together, including evidence from morphology, the fossil record, patterns of embryological development, and genetics.
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  • ...ing [[carbon dioxide]] (CO<sub>2</sub>) from large point sources such as [[fossil fuel power plant]]s and storing it instead of releasing it into the atmosph ...b>2</sub> emissions, [[natural gas processing]], synthetic fuel plants and fossil fuel-based hydrogen production plants. Broadly, three different types of te
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  • ...cluding many different types of [[fish]], [[squids]] and [[ammonite]]s – [[fossil]]s of which are plentiful in the slightly younger rocks of the coastal regi ...one fragments that appear to be those of medium-sized and small dinosaurs. Fossil wood typical of the Cretaceous [[flora]] have also been found in the rocks
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  • ...heaper By Year End - Analysis] ''Reuters'', November 24, 2009.</ref> while fossil fuels generally get more expensive. ...or energy sectors. Many policies distort the market in favour of existing fossil fuel technologies.<ref name=Stern2>HM Treasury (2006). [http://www.hm-treas
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  • The [[fossil fuels]] ([[coal]], [[Petroleum crude oil|petroleum]] and [[natural gas]]) a ...he hydrocarbon formation. When paired with syngas from the gasification of fossil fuels or biomass, the Fischer-Tropsch process is a method of converting any
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  • ...o, as they contribute to world energy security and, reduce dependency on [[fossil fuel]]s, and provide opportunities for mitigating [[greenhouse gas]] emissi ...uld be connected to the grid. Utilities were also more willing to look at fossil-independent generation to protect them from world market variations.
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  • ...important and by far the largest use of steam is in [[Power plant|nuclear, fossil fuel and geothermal power plants]]. ...lved with the [[chemical engineering]] [[process design]] of power plants (fossil or nuclear), gas compressors, steam turbines, refrigeration systems and air
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  • ...burning of crop residues, and sugarcane fire-cleaning. [[Combustion]] of [[fossil fuels]] also results in carbon monoxide [[Air pollution emissions|emissions ...me=Ayres>Edward H.Ayres (2009), <i>Crossing the Energy Divide: Moving from Fossil Fuel Dependence to a Clean-Energy Future</i>, Wharton School Publishing, IS
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  • ...ynchrotron holotomography|Pradel et al., 2009]]: Synchrotron tomography of fossil brain--> The fossil record is dominated by structures that were already biomineralized during t
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  • ...ive groups of layers or strata) is distinctive for a large increase in the fossil record indicating a significant increase in plant and animal life during th ...imits (referred to a "Boundary Picks") were based on dating techniques and fossil records current in 1999. Sources for nomenclature and ages:
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  • ...ossils and their position relative to their occurrences in space and time. Fossil groups are confined to specific sedimentary layers which reflect changes in
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  • ...d the energy-rich carbon-containing molecules we combust as [[Fossil fuels|fossil fuels &mdash; oil, natural gas, coal]] and wood &mdash; to generate electri ...er is called Photosynthesis. In addition, past photosynthesis provides the fossil fuels needed to power the industry and automobiles etc.<ref name=govindjeew
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  • ...ntroduced field [[geology]] and a significant collection of [[Badlands]] [[fossil]]s and [[mineral]]s were added to the school's geological museum. The geolo
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  • ...current emphasis on removing CO<sub>2</sub> from the flue gases emitted by fossil fuel power plants has led to much interest in using amines for that purpose
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  • ...current emphasis on removing CO<sub>2</sub> from the flue gases emitted by fossil fuel power plants has led to much interest in using amines for that purpose
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  • ...t decades is attributable to human activity, particularly the burning of [[fossil fuel]]s and [[deforestation]]. ...ically on the composition of the atmosphere. In particular, the burning of fossil fuels releases "greenhouse gases" into the atmosphere that are causing "cli
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  • ...r that is also correspondingly adapted. The first flowering plants in the fossil record had relatively simple flowers. Adaptive speciation quickly gave rise
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  • ...Earth, including the many [[extinction|extinct]] species attested in the [[fossil record]]. An evolutionary perspective can lead to [[Evolutionary medicine| ...uld]] to explain the paucity of gradual transitions between species in the fossil record, as well as the absence of change or stasis that is observed over si
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  • ..., small teeth compared to body size and artifacts that were found with the fossil, which suggest that they utilized and advanced stone flakes for tool-making
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  • ...ch in [[microfossil]] identification and molecular biology may yet discern fossil evidence dating to the [[Archean]] or [[Proterozoic]] eons. Two main hypoth ...fication of viruses has proved to be rather difficult due to the lack of a fossil record and dispute over whether they are living or non-living. They do not
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  • ...nt in trees even though there exists a great number of bipedal traits. The fossil also brings new data to the debate in the form of two shoulder blades, (or ...arensis is complemented by the discovery, at Laetoli, of several trails of fossil footprints (Leakey & Hay, 1979).<ref> BERNARD WOOD AND BRIAN G. RICHMOND. H
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  • ...ative of technology's multi-role place in the modern navy, these 9,000-ton fossil-fueled missile cruisers have supplanted the 58,000-ton battleships of yeste
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  • ...ed in an anatomically identifiable <i>Homo sapiens</i> form as judged from fossil remains dating back nearly 200,000 years ago (200 kya).
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  • ...]. Ages are also noted in reference to the types of organisms found in the fossil record down to the present day. Changes are marked by (but not exclusive of ...the chronostratigraphic studies use various methods combining analysis of fossil records and radiometric studies to provide relative and absolute dating.<re
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  • In the case of fossil fuels burnt in air, the combustion temperature depends on:
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  • ...enough for some process heat applications, but if we want to stop burning fossil fuels entirely, even higher temperatures <ref>[[High Temperature Gas-cooled
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  • ...Homo neanderthalensis (see [[#Sites and Significant Fossils]] below). The fossil displayed a long skull with very pronounced brow ridges above the orbits (e The fossil evidence does suggest some intermediaries between Neanderthals and modern H
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  • *[[Fossil fuel power plants]] fueled by natural gas, fuel oil or [[coal]].
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  • ...uantities of oxygen are removed daily from the atmosphere by combustion of fossil fuels by industry, automobiles, and home furnaces. The respiration of aerob
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  • ...is made up of cellulose and pectin. The exine is what is preserved in the fossil record.
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  • ...ion using natural gas is thus the cleanest source of power available using fossil fuels, and this technology is widely used wherever gas can be obtained at a
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  • ...ion using natural gas is thus the cleanest source of power available using fossil fuels, and this technology is widely used wherever gas can be obtained at a
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  • ....0 Ma, a time when the robust australopithecines have disappeared from the fossil record, further suggests that ''[[Paranthropus robustus]]'' was responsible
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  • ...uch as the [[flue gas stack]]s from [[steam-generating boiler]]s burning [[fossil fuel]]s in large [[power plant]]s. Therefore, the stack exit velocities we
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  • ...uch as the [[flue gas stack]]s from [[steam-generating boiler]]s burning [[fossil fuel]]s in large [[power plant]]s. Therefore, the stack exit velocities we
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  • ...fuel, such as gasoline, [[coal]], or [[natural gas]], giving off heat. The fossil fuels contain [[carbon]] as the single most important [[element]]. Take gra The second most important element contained in fossil fuels is [[hydrogen]]. The combustion reaction of gaseous hydrogen is
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  • ...ratigraphy|biostratigraphic]] criteria. On the contrary, [[Precambrian]] [[fossil|fossils]] are rare, thus the [[Precambrian]] includes only broad subdivisio
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  • ...ic Economic Cooperation (APEC) Energy Working Group, Expert Group on Clean Fossil Energy, June 2005</ref>}}
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  • ...traces of animal fossils have also been found.<!--<ref>{{CZ:Ref:Love 2009 Fossil steroids record the appearance of Demospongiae during the Cryogenian period
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  • ...eo atrox'', the [[American lion]].<ref>A. Turner: ''The big cats and their fossil relatives''. Columbia University Press, 1997.ISBN 0-231-10229-1</ref>
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  • ...ength, removing any need for the Biblical Flood to have created the entire fossil record in a brief period of time. For Old Earth Creationists the Biblical F
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  • Tigers are uncommon in the fossil record. The distinct fossils of tigers were discovered in [[Pleistocene]] d ...er|Trinil tiger]]''' (''Panthera tigris trinilensis'') is the oldest tiger fossil dating from about 1.2 million years ago. This tiger was found at the locali
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  • ...of poorly drained glacial deposits and areas likely to contain deposits of fossil ice.
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  • [[Fossil fuel]]s such as coal and oil contain significant amounts of sulfur. When bu
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  • ...0 years ago, perhaps only 65,000 years after the earliest ''Homo sapiens'' fossil finds (Adler, 2000). Philosopher G. J. Whitrow expresses it:
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  • ...bon, which burns almost completely to carbon dioxide. Hence, coal is the [[fossil fuel]] with the largest "carbon footprint".
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  • ...ilurian]], right after the first land plants appeared, even though their [[fossil]]s are fragmentary. Fungi absorb their food while animals [[Ingestion|inges
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  • ...y places like Yellowstone or Yosemite. Even anthropology or archeology for fossil or cultural artifacts. History for parks with a historical importance, civi
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  • ...t, however, of large amounts of energy input, from unsustainable, mostly [[fossil fuel]], sources.
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  • ...ent exploring on land. He studied a rich variety of geological features, [[fossil]]s and living organisms, and met a wide range of people, both native and co ...coming anatomist [[Richard Owen]]. After working on Darwin's collection of fossil bones at his [[Royal College of Surgeons]], Owen caused great surprise by r
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  • ...species presumed extinct abruptly "re-appears" (typically in the [[fossil|fossil record]]) after a period of apparent absence. ...URL accessed July 30, 2006.</ref> although some species, called [[living fossil]]s, survive virtually unchanged for hundreds of millions of years. Only on
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  • ...kennewick-man.com/kman/news/story/2921021p-2956113c.html Move over 'Lucy': Fossil may redefine human evolutionary tree] ''Tri-City Herald'', March 22nd 2001
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  • Alternatives to coal-fired power plants include using other fossil fuels ([[natural gas]] or [[fuel oil]]), [[nuclear power plant]]s, [[geothe In 2006, power plants in the United States that burned [[fossil fuel]]s (coal, [[fuel oil]] or [[natural gas]]) generated 327 GW of electri
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  • Alternatives to coal-fired power plants include using other fossil fuels ([[natural gas]] or [[fuel oil]]), [[nuclear power plant]]s, [[geothe In 2006, power plants in the United States that burned [[fossil fuel]]s (coal, [[fuel oil]] or [[natural gas]]) generated 327 GW of electri
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  • ...based on a specific set of elements: engines to extract motive power from fossil fuels, to a degree hitherto rarely appreciated by historians; the applicati
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  • ...40% of the energy in sunlight, and is busy releasing the energy trapped in fossil fuels and converting it into entropy. But can such processes be explained a
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  • ...97 Pregill and Steadman<ref name="Pregill and Steadman">{{cite book|title= Fossil Vertebrates from Palau, Micronesia: A Resource Assessment |accessdate=|auth
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  • ...related to the extinct ''Meliorchis caribea'', which is the only orchid [[fossil]] ever found.</small>}} ...ago R ''et al.''</span> (2007) Dating the origin of the Orchidaceae from a fossil orchid with its pollinator. ''Nature '' 448:1042-5</ref>
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  • ...related to the extinct ''Meliorchis caribea'', which is the only orchid [[fossil]] ever found.</small>}} ...ago R ''et al.''</span> (2007) Dating the origin of the Orchidaceae from a fossil orchid with its pollinator. ''Nature '' 448:1042-5</ref>
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  • ...ased on a specific set of elements: engines to extract motive power from [[fossil fuel]]s, to a degree hitherto rarely appreciated by historians; the applica
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  • ...ple--at today's level of misery--only by spending our capital, burning our fossil fuels and turning out fresh water into salt water. We have not only overpo
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  • ...dy [[genetics]] and [[physiology]] in modern populations as well as in the fossil record in order to learn more about the processes of human [[evolution]] an
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  • ...ntial compounds of all animal and plant life on Earth as well of all the [[fossil fuel]]s ([[natural gas]], [[petroleum]] and [[coal]]), which are the remain
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  • ...(see [[Solid Waste Disposal]]). Most significantly of all, the burning of fossil fuels such as coal, oil, and natural gas releases into the atmosphere carbo
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  • * [[Flue gas emissions from fossil fuel combustion]]
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  • ...manufacturing copies of key biomolecules. Clues from the biomolecular and fossil records, as well as from diverse microorganisms, should be explored in orde
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  • *State fossil: Pertica Quadrifaria
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  • ...ose articles that were started while the list was under formation (e.g., [[Fossil]], [[Groundwater]]), I believe the authors of that stuff are in their right
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  • ...nce, an entry on "Fossil Fuels" to index under "Fossil," but under "Fuels, Fossil", and the same might apply to many phrases or three or more words (Trans-Si
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  • ...nic ideal (or typus)]] of created kinds. However, growing awareness of the fossil record led to the recognition that species that lived in the distant past w
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  • ...ca contains some of the oldest archaeological sites in Africa. Extensive [[fossil]] remains at the [[Sterkfontein]], [[Kromdraai]] and Makapansgat caves sugg
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  • ...erent species will differ by a degree that is related to the time when the fossil record tells us that the species diverged. Fourth, the theory has undergone
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  • ...erent species will differ by a degree that is related to the time when the fossil record tells us that the species diverged. Fourth, the theory has undergone
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  • ...[[Cairngorms]] and [[Skye]] [[Cuillins]]. A significant exception are the fossil-bearing beds of [[Old Red Sandstone]]s found principally along the [[Moray
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  • ...thropology overlap with biology (Primate taxonomy, anatomy and physiology, fossil species, biographies of well known scientists and evolution to name just a
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  • ...to fabricate energy-utilizing artifacts, like electrical lighting systems, fossil-fuel-based transportation systems, and solar and geothermal energy conversi
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  • ...to fabricate energy-utilizing artifacts, like electrical lighting systems, fossil-fuel-based transportation systems, and solar and geothermal energy conversi
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