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Mark Klingler <[log in to unmask]>
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SciArt-L Discussion List-for Natural Science Illustration- <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 18 Sep 2006 17:39:18 -0400
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Hi Mary,

Hi Mary,

I may like to share about the reconstruction of a Docodont.  Will follow up
with a title, etc.  The critter from the 2006 GNSI annual show.

Thanks for the invite.


Mark A. Klingler
Scientific Illustrator/ Designer
Section of Vertebrate Paleontology
Carnegie Museum of Natural History
4400 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  15213

Work Phone:  412. 622. 1946
Home Phone: 724. 337. 3537
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On 9/16/06 7:22 AM, "Parrish, Mary" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hi Sci-Art,
> I am looking for 20 minute talks for a 1/2 day paleo session (requested by
> GNSI annual meeting organizers).
> The 20 minute paleo talks are intended to be informal presentations of recent
> work or work in progess for the purpose of gathering together, keeping up to
> date with one another, the profession, and to meet other paleo colleagues from
> around the world.
> Anything paleo (including geology) is appropriate.  Scholarly work, children's
> books, and everything in between is welcome.  Computer art to oil painting to
> paper sculpture (all media welcome).
> Please respond to me directly if interested.  Deadline (title of talk):
> November 15.   Marlene Donnally (Field Museum) is co-coordinator, but please
> contact me for this part.
> Mary Parrish
> Department of Paleobiology
> National Museum of Natural History
> Smithsonian Institution
> Washington, D.C.