The Fossils' Tale
The Redpath Museum is proud to announce its latest publication: The Fossils’ Tale. This lavishly illustrated book is a self-guided tour through the history of life exhibits in the Dawson Gallery. The Fossils’ Tale explains why fossils are important, how they’re formed, and what they tell us about who walked this planet before us. The 96-page book contains detailed descriptions and beautiful photographs of museum exhibits and fossil specimens that tell the amazing tale of life on Earth over its four and a half billion year history.
$15 CAD with a cash or cheque contribution made to: Redpath Museum/McGill University. Shipping included. For book orders, contact sarah [dot] pimpaneau [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Sarah Pimpaneau) or call 514-398-4086 ext. 00549.
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HISTORY/ NATURAL HISTORY
BIRKER, I. and GREEN, D. 2014. Redpath Museum - A Temple of Learning. MUSE janvier/fevrier 2014, p. 38-43. Read it here.
BIRKER, I. 2013. What Buildings Tell - Fossils Hidden in Plain View. ORNAMENTUM Fall/Winter 2013, p. 6-9. Read it here.
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BERNHARDT, T. A weekly summary of upcoming events, items of note, and general mirth for Redpath Museum staff and students. Electronic version propagated via email, hard copies are available. Ongoing. Contact torsten [dot] bernhardt [at] mcgill [dot] ca.
COMITÉ SUR LES NOMS FRANÇAIS STANDARDISÉS (David M. Green, président du comité)
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