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Geology and Prehistoric Life of the Rendezvous Region
(Originally published as a Power Point CD in conjunction with a hands on education trunk.)
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Sharks Tooth
Mosasaurs, Sharks, and Other Marine Creatures from the Cooperstown Pierre Shale Site
(Originally printed in NDGS Newsletter Volume 23, No. 2&3, Summer/fall 1996)
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Champsosaurus
Paleontology of Theodore Roosevelt National Park
(Originally printed in NDGS Newsletter Volume 24, No. 1, Spring 1997)
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Triceratops
North Dakota During The Last Days of the Dinosaurs
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Mosasaur skeleton
View the Mosasaur article - The first Corridor of Time Exhibit, marine life during the Cretaceous featuring the restored Cooperstown mosasaur skeleton, opens at the North Dakota Heritage Center. By John W. Hoganson
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Paleontology Laboratory photograph
View a story about the Johnsrud Paleontology Preparation Laboratory
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Skeleton of the Oligocene (30 million-year-old) horse, Mesohippus, is a featured exhibit at the new North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame in Medora
By John W. Hoganson

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Paleocene image

Paleocene pond and Cretaceous coastal forest exhibits to be installed in the Corridor of Time area of the North Dakota Heritage Center
By John W. Hoganson

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Dig Picture

The 2005 Medora Public Fossil Dig: an example of the popularity of fossil digs as part of North Dakota’s nature tourism efforts.
By John W. Hoganson

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Geological Survey publishes Prehistoric Life of North Dakota poster
By John W. Hoganson and Brett Woodward

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Massive 60-million-year-old tree stump and other geological exhibits featured at the new Long X Trading Post in Watford City
By John W. Hoganson

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 “A fossil exhibit in every town”: one goal of the North Dakota Geological Survey’s Fossil Resource Management Program
By John W. Hoganson

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Skeleton of the rare giant sea turtle, Archelon, recovered from the Cretaceous Degrey Member of the Pierre Shale near Cooperstown, Griggs County, North Dakota
By John W. Hoganson

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Paleontologists tour North Dakota’s internationally significant fossil sites in association with the 2003 annual meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology
By John W. Hoganson and Joseph H. Hartman

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Bison Latifrons

Occurrence of the giant Ice Age bison, Bison latifrons, in North Dakota
By John W. Hoganson

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Geological Survey and United States Forest Service-Dakota Prairie Grasslands sign cooperatively Memorandum of Understanding to manage paleontological resources
By John W. Hoganson

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Clarence Johnsrud family donates plant fossil collection and funds for a Heritage Center fossil exhibit and renovation of the new Geological Survey Paleontology Laboratory
By John W. Hoganson

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The Paul Broste Rock Museum Reopens
By John W. Hoganson

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The selling of the Tyrannosaurus rex named “Sue”: Its effect on North Dakota’s Fossil Resource Management Program
By John W. Hoganson

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Champsosaurus

North Dakota fossils exhibited at the U. S. Forest Service headquarters in Washington, D. C.
By John W. Hoganson

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Paleontological fieldwork on the Little Missouri Grassland with the United States Forest Service
By John W. Hoganson

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Triceratops skull exhibited at the North Dakota Heritage Center
By John W. Hoganson

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Restoration and display of a crocodile-like Champsosaurus gigas skeleton at the North Dakota Heritage Center
By John W. Hoganson and Johnathan Campbell

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Stumpf Site registered as a North Dakota Natural Area
By John W. Hoganson

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Two major collections donated to the State Fossil and State Rock, Mineral, and Gemstone collections
By John W. Hoganson

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North Dakota’s Fossil Resource Management Program and the private landowner
By John W. Hoganson

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Restoration of the Highgate Mastodon skeleton underway
By John W. Hoganson

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Petrified Log

Petrified logs exhibited on Capitol Grounds dedicated to E. L. “Buck” Worthington on Arbor Day, May 3, 1991
By John W. Hoganson

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