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Dinosaurs Index

Gaseous dinosaurs and surging glaciers; Ned Rozell. #2042; 12/15/10

The killing field of northern Alaska;Ned Rozell. #2010; 5/4/10

A crayfish lived in Denali Park; Ned Rozell. #1971; 8/6/09

Scientists discover track of soaring prehistoric creature; Ned Rozell. #1965; 6/24/09

What big teeth this dinosaur had; Ned Rozell. #1908; 5/21/08

The mystery of mammoth tusks with iron filings; Ned Rozell. #1897; 2/5/08

The dominant predator of North America?; Ned Rozell. #1817; 08/23/06

The days of the mammoth steppe in Alaska; Ned Rozell. #1809; 06/28/06

Polar Dinosaurs Tougher than Nuclear Winter?: Ned Rozell. #1581; 02/14/02.

Drilling in Craters and Disappearing Dinosaurs: Ned Rozell. #1470; 12/15/99.

The Search for Gold Guarding Griffins: Ned Rozell. #1217; 01/12/95.

Thunder Lizards of the North Slope: Carla Helfferich. #1156; 10/20/93.

Northern Dawn for Dinosaurs: Carla Helfferich. #1148; 08/25/93.

Did Alaska's Dinosaurs Have Cold Feet?: Carla Helfferich. #1024; 4/3/91.

Useful Decorations on Dinosaurs: Carla Helfferich. #1013; 1/16/91.

Departure of the Dinosaurs: Carla Helfferich. #997; 09/26/90.

The Farthest North Fossils: Larry Gedney. #788; 09/29/86.

There's Tracks in Them Thar' Rocks: Larry Gedney. #684; 10/05/84.

Alley Oop and the Dinosaurs: Larry Gedney. #565; 09/24/82.

The Death of the Dinosaurs: Glenn Shaw. #418; 08/04/80.