Dallas Paleontological Society Past Meetings

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Below are YouTube and Google videos of  DPS ZOOM Monthly Meetings. 

August Meeting 2020

November Meeting 2020

December Meeting 2020

2020-12 December Kirkland .mp4 - Google Drive

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January Meeting 2021

Peixolto on Hominids  

February Meeting 2021

March Meeting 2021


    Forest in Ash  (Click on picture for the link)

April Meeting 2021


  Dr. Phil Currie program

July Meeting 2021

Marx on Plesiosaurs   

September Meeting 2021

October Meeting 2021


The Influence of Juvenile Dinosaurs on Community Structure and Diversity” by Schroeder

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XTRW__DMAFFg__1sKGNqkrixu6npIc4u/view?usp=sharing

November Meeting 2021

April Meeting 2022

June Meeting 2022

Microfossils of the Upper Part of  Salesville Formation. By Williams

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cgzSIFubEEDiyINMSaX-s9ZVjE3FNqtZ/view?usp=sharing

July Meeting 2022

Taxonomic revision, redescription, and pathology of dissepimental Paleozoic corals by Jessica LeFors (and Amber in the World, A case study: Texas Amber by Friedman)

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_atUbPwTgEfwC9-3zXJhMTTejMc9yfl6/view?usp=sharing

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