Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Geological Literature QotW

Another one from the same article as last weeks post. And rather timely I think.
 "Ecology rather than St. Patrick was probably responsible for the absence of snakes in Ireland and the same consideration puts a minimum viable figure on the population density of monsters in Loch Ness"

Ager, D.V., 1976, The nature of the fossil record: Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, v. 87, p. 131-159.

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