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You can access the Ocean Dallas Field Trip Guide at:
In conjunction with the 2005 National Earth Science Teachers Convention
held in Dallas, Richardson Independent School Districts Kathy and
Norm Poff teamed up with the ISEM to lead a field trip through the Woodbine,
Eagle Ford, and Austin Chalk formations. The accompanying field guide,
called Ocean Dallas, served to instruct and inspire teachers during their
hands-on experience with rocks and fossils. Since that time, the Ocean
Dallas guidebook has resided on the SMU webpage of the Department of Geological
Sciences, where it has been utilized in first year Earth history geology
field trips and has been available as a free and easily obtained teacher
If you would like to arrange a special field trip for the teachers of your valued school, please contact Diana Vineyard at 214-768-2425 (email@example.com).
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