|Statement||by Sir William Dawson.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 33797.|
|Contributions||Royal Society of Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||88|
Synopsis of the air-breathing animals of the Palæozoic in Canada up to [electronic resource] / By Sir J. W. (John William) Dawson and Royal Society of Canada. Breathing Animals of the Palaeozoic in Canada up to , 17 PP.-Trans. Roy. Soc. of Canada, Section IV., DUMBLE, E. T., Cretaceous of Western Texas and Coahulia, Mexico, 13 -GEOLOGICAL SURVEYS--Canada-Summary Report of the Geolog-ical Survey Department for the year , pp. Alfred R. C. Hylerpeton intermedium DAWSON, Dawson, J. W., , Synopsis of the air-breathing animals of the Palaeozoic in Canada, up to Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada, section 4, p. (Hylerpeton intermedium). (Montreal and New York), his major contribution on the subject and a monograph still highly regarded by palaeontologists. His last major paper on the subject, published in the Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada for , was “Synopsis of the air-breathing animals of the Palaeozoic in Canada, up to ”.
Dawson W. Synopsis of the air-breathing animals of the Palaeozoic of Canada, up to // Proc. & Trans. R. Soc. Canada XII (): 71– De Geer C. – Memoires pour servir a l'histoire des insectes. Dawson, J.W., , Synopsis of the air-breathing animals of the Palaeozoic in Canada, up to Proceedings and Transactions of the Royal Soci- ety of Canada, v. 12, Section IV, (), p. Dawson, J. W., , Synopsis of the air-breathing animals of the Paleozoic in Canada, up to Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada, v. 12, p. The Paleozoic Era is divided into the Cambrian, Ordovician, Silurian, Devonian, and Carboniferous periods, each with characteristic groups of fossils. The Cambrian Period saw the explosion of new kinds of invertebrate animals in the oceans, including trilobites (Figure 2), primitive kinds of shellfish, including brachiopods and molluscs, and other groups of .
(, pp. ) This specimen was described in Dawson's final contribution to Nova Scotian vertebrate palaeontology, a synopsis of current knowledge on Palaeo- zoic air-breathing animals (vertebrates, arthropods, etc.) presented to the Royal Society of Canada in Synopsis of the air-breathing animals of the Palæozoic in Canada up to , () (short work) external scan Review of the evidence for the animal nature of Eozöon Canadense: pt. 1-historical and stratigraphical, (short work) external scan. The year-old mystery surrounding how four-legged animals developed the ability to breathe air has finally been solved. Scientists claim the ability was passed down by ancient Gogonasus - a. Summary of When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi | Includes Analysis Preview: When Breath Becomes Air is a memoir about Paul Kalanithi’s experiences as a doctor and as a terminally ill patient. The book discusses Kalanithi’s lifelong fascination with questions of human biology, mortality, and meaning/5(1).