July 2018 

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Volume

50

Named person(s)

John Foster

Date

09 July 18

Number

7

Abstract

The Cambrian is one of the most important times in Earth history, and its story is told through deposits such as the Burgess Shale in British Columbia.
But evidence of Cambrian events and biological patterns occurs in many formations and areas around North America, and we will visit a few of those
to see some of the Burgess Shale's lesser-known compatriot units.

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