Featured Maps! Theme for the week — Dinosaurs and Fossils

Theme for the week: Dinosaurs and Fossils

November 13-22, 2017

Maps for the paleontologist in you.  Whether you travel locally, travel America, or travel to Mongolia, maps show where you can find dinosaurs, fossils, and other sites of prehistoric interest.

We are so excited by this topic, that we are using two weeks for this mammoth theme.

Come to the Map Collection room and look for this sign:

Maps

Title:  North America in the age of dinosaurs

by National Geographic Society (U.S.). Cartographic Division (1993)

Call Number:  MAP G3301.D4 1993 .N2

Title:  Coop’s roadmap guide to dinosaur sites and museums, northeastern North America.

by Lone Mountain Designs (1999)

Call Number:  MAP G3711.C57 1999 .L6

Title:  Coop’s roadmap guide to dinosaur sites and museums, southern North America.

by Lone Mountain Designs (1999)

Call Number:  MAP G3861.C57 1999 .L6

Title:  Coop’s roadmap guide to dinosaur sites and museums, western North America.

by Lone Mountain Designs (1999)

Call Number:  MAP G4051.C57 1999 .L6

Title:   Coop’s roadmap guide to dinosaur sites and museums, central North America.

by Lone Mountain Designs (1999)

Call Number:  MAP G4061.C57 1999 .L6

Title:  Pathway to the dinosaurs. Map #3, Texas

by John Jenkins, Jan Jenkins, and Dino Productions (1989)

Call Number:  MAP G4031.C57 1989 .J3

Title:  Distribution map of Mongolian dinosaurs

by Mongolia. Ulsyn Geodezi, Zurag Zu̇ĭn Gazar, I︠A︡. Sandagdorzh, and H. Tsogtbaatar (1996)

Call Number:  MAP G7896.D4 1996 .M6

Title:  Dinosaur National Monument, Colorado-Utah

by Geological Survey (U.S.) (1970?)

Call Number:  MAP G4312.D5 1970 .U6

Title:  Lower Tertiary stratigraphy of Mount Diablo, Marysville Buttes and west border of lower Central Valley of California

by Stewart, Ralph (Ralph Bentley), Geological Survey (U.S.) (1949)

Call Number:  MAP G4362.C4C57 1949 .S8

Title:  Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona

by United States. National Park Service. (2014)

Call Number:  MAP G4332.P4 2014 .U5

Map Collection: Location and Hours

The Map Collection room is open to the public in the basement (Lower Level) of Shields Library, Monday-Friday, 1:00-5:00 pm.  However, we will be closed for the holiday, Nov 23-24.

To see the most accurate schedule, please visit this link: click here.

Contact the Special Collections Department for map related questions by email at speccoll@ucdavis.edu or by phone at 530-752-1621.

Post created by Dawn Collings, Patricia Wyley, and Louis Cashatt.