G. Arthur Cooper - Field Notes, 1931-1955

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How would you imagine a scientific field would change over a nearly 25 year span? What new methods, innovations, or discoveries would arise?

Get a glimpse into two decades of paleontological study with G. Arthur Cooper's field notes from 1931-1955. Cooper, a paleobiologist with the National Museum of Natural History, took these notes while collecting specimens throughout the South, Midwest, and Southwestern United States.

Get an expansive view of Cooper's paleontological work and help transcribe this fascinating field book! A note for transcribers: The pages are not dated continuously.

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