G. Arthur Cooper - Field Notes from the Glass Mountains, 1967

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Did you know that the Chinati Mountains are believed to have been formed during a massive volcanic eruption? What kinds of fossil specimens are buried in those many layers of sediment?

Find out with National Museum of Natural History paleobiologist G. Arthur Cooper! Cooper, a fossil expert, spent decades digging in the Glass Mountains of Texas. This set of field notes was taken during his work in 1967.

Dig into this fascinating set of notes and join other volunteers in transcribing them!

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