NBMGNevada Bureau of Mines Geology (research unit, Mackay School of Mines; University of Nevada at Reno)
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DESCRIPTION: Sample NBMG 20587 preserves three burrows; and sample NBMG 20585 preserves two burrows that are sub parallel to each other and do not overlap.
DESCRIPTION: Sample NBMG 20588 preserves a simple unbranching cylindrical burrow preserved in convex hyporelief, with a length of 106.9 mm and width, varying with vertical relief of surface exposure, from 19.4 mm to 23.9 mm.
Regarding KTB's advertisement budget, Vassilev explains that it is times smaller than the ones of the biggest bank players in Bulgaria and certainly not the key factor for the advancement of NBMG.
"I never and in no shape and form have invested in the NBMG's newspapers.
Fern Ledges (New Brunswick): New Brunswick Museum collection: NBMG 3435 + NBMG 3436 (see Figs.
OCCURRENCE IN THE MARITIME PROVINCES: New Brunswick Museum collection: NBMG 3423 (Saint John--specimen described and figured as Annularia longifolia mutation Leavittii in Matthew 1906a and 1906b --see Fig.
Media outlets connected to NBMG have started what Mr Plevneliev calls a vicious smear campaign against him; there is talk in Sofia that the prime minister wants the president impeached.
The original plaster cast was reposited in the New Brunswick Museum palaeontology collection (NBM Palaeontology file NBMG 3044) and designated as the holotype specimen of Isocampe lepreauense (NBMG 3044; Figs.
Documents accompanying the specimen indicated that Sarjeant and Stringer were preparing a second written report, but it was never published (NBM Palaeontology file NBMG 3047).
Although the lectotype specimen (NBMG 3041) was illustrated in a New Brunswick Museum newsletter (Anonymous 1987), it has only rarely been mentioned elsewhere (e.g., Sundberg et al.
Two of these specimens (NBMG 12926, Fig.4A; and NBMG 2191, Fig.4B) were collected and labeled by Matthew for associated plant remains but contain previously unrecognized tetrapod tracks, both tentatively interpretable as strongly extramorphologically distorted deep underprints of Limnopus variabilis; these specimens do not warrant further description.