Online Resources

From the Burke

The resources on this page are designed for research reference and use.

fossil specimen photographed for paleontology database

The Burke's paleontological collections are accessible and searchable in this online database.

From Other Organizations
Northwest Paleontological Association

A non-profit organization aimed at bringing vocational and professional paleontologists together for the advancement of paleontologic science. Visit their website.

Stonerose Interpretive Center & Eocene Fossil Site

Located in Republic, WA, Stonerose offers educational and fossil collecting opportunities from a world famous Eocene lake beds. Visit their website.

Evolving Earth Foundation

The Evolving Earth Foundation is dedicated to promoting Earth science related education and research. Here you will find a key to identifying fossil wood, images of fossil leaves from McAbee, British Columbia and other information about paleobotanical research in the Pacific Northwest. Visit their website.

UW Paleobiology Group

Find information about seminars, events and paleontology course offerings at UW. Visit their website.

Paleontology Portal

Learn about educational resources and important fossil collections in North America. Visit their website.

Paleobotany Project

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science provides keys for plant identification and methodology for paleobotanical research. Visit their website.

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