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Bolivia, Land of the Dinosaurs
Creation Day 3
Explains how the composition of the crust, properties of water, and metabolism of plants contribute to support life on earth
Fossil Whales in the Desert
What are fossils? How are fossils formed? How long does it take to form a fossil? What information do we learn from fossils? Why is there a specific sequence of fossils in the geologic layers? Does the fossil record show a sequence of evolutionary change? Which fossils were buried by the Flood? Are there indications of global catastrophe in the fossil record? What unsolved questions about fossils are of the greatest interest?
A collection of original photos taken by GRI scientists, illustrating a variety of specimens and features of paleontological interest.
A collection of original photos taken by GRI scientists, illustrating a variety of geological features
Canadian Rocky Mountains
A summary of information about dinosaurs that can be gained from the study of the fossil record, including types, size, diet, habitats, and locomotion
Explains the principle of superposition, the ordered distribution of fossils, the main subdivisions of the geologic column, and the concept of gaps and paraconformities
Marcos Eberlin, 2019. Discovery Press. ISBN-13: 978-1936599653
Intelligent design seen from nitrogen-processing bacteria to bird eggshells and respiratory regulation.
Leonard Brand and Arthur Chadwick. 2016. Andrews University Press. ISNB-13: 978-1940980119
Short videos based on this book are available here.
L. James Gibson and Humberto M. Rasi, (Editors). 2011. Pacific Press. ISBN-13: 978-0816324286
Paul Garner. 2009. Evangelical Press USA. ISBN 13: 978-0852346921
Book review by Jim Gibson