Bill DiMichele

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

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Research paleontologist and curator of fossil plants at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, CD

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Springfield Coal is a series of coal seams under southern Illinois, Kentucky and Indiana.  Miners have known them for years and now, after all that digging, paleontologists are…

A Fossil Forest in an Illinois Coal Mine

Springfield Coal is a series of coal seams under southern Illinois, Kentucky and Indiana.  Miners have known them for years and now, after all that digging, paleontologists are…

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