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Print Advertisement The German naturalist F. Alexander kislemez hildburghausen Humboldt born September 14, is remembered as great geographer and explorer maybe his name is even the most common on topographic mapsbut his early education focused on mining engineering and economy, as wished by his mother and he made some important contributions to geology, for example he coined the term geological "formation".
However despite his interests in earth kislemez hildburghausen, his contributions to paleontology are rare and almost forgotten His education made him aware of the controversy surrounding the origin of fossil kislemez hildburghausen, still considered more as curiosities than valuable stratigraphic tools.
He sure knew of the discoveries of large carcasses in Siberiaof unknown animals, maybe still living there. In he had the opportunity to have a look on the first fossil pterosaur skeleton ever discovered. During his famous kislemez hildburghausen to America visited from to kislemez hildburghausen collected fossil bones and shells for kislemez hildburghausen great French paleontologist Cuvier kislemez hildburghausen eminent geologist Leopold von Buch, he even supervised paleontological excavations near Bogotá.
In the school director and amateur archaeologist F. Sickler noted some strange holes in a stone slab used for the construction of a garden house in the village of Hildburghausen Germany.
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The slab was badly damaged and Sickler was not sure what this strange fossil may be. Sickler promised to the workers in the local sandstone quarries a reward if they could provide a better specimen.
Finally one year later Sickler was able to publish a short account on a new recovered slab with three distinct types of footprints, maybe from some ancient amphibious animal. He "invited" the greatest geological minds of the time, including Humboldt, to study this strange fossil.
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The discovery was exciting, as some imprints resemble a human hand - today these ichnofossils are known as Chirotherium "the hand-beast". Morphofamily Chiroteriidae ABEL, - track of a large Triassic archosaur and the oldest known example of this kind of ichnofossils from the Dolomites digits show to the right.
In a note read to the Academy of Sciences of the Institute of France in the year Humboldt made public his opinion on the kislemez hildburghausen fossils of Hildburghausen.
He considered the imprints as real fossil trackways some geologist, like von Buch doubted at first this interpretation and he considered the ancient trackmaker more similar to a mammal than an amphibian. Based on the toe configuration, Humboldt imagined at first a marsupial, possibly an arboreal possum-like creature.
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This idea was based on the imprint of - what Humboldt believed - an opposable toe visible in the Chirotherium tracks. Despite an expert kislemez hildburghausen reptilian anatomy, he had observed caimans along the shores of the Orinoco and studied a Nile crocodile in an Italian collection, he didn´t recognize any similarities between Chirotherium and modern reptilian footprints.
The identification of Chirotherium as fossil mammal tracks was at the time kislemez hildburghausen scientific sensation, at it would have significantly pushed the origin of mammals into deep time from the recent Tertiary to the Triassic. However Humboldt´s research attracted little interest by contemporary naturalists and the opinion of British paleontologist Richard OwenChirotherium made by a larger reptile, prevailed.
Even Humboldt in his later work "Cosmos" published in various volumes doesn´t mention his research on ichnofossils and even notes that the earliest mammals are found only in Jurassic sediments.
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It´s not entirely clear why Humboldt, famous for his general interest in all earth sciences, showed so little interest in this topic. Maybe he considered his knowledge too limited, as his preliminary analysis was based only on a single specimen, to engage in a scientific discussion.
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Maybe he was also more interested in presenting this puzzle to the scientific community, hoping that others could solve this ancient mystery. Palevol Vol. I graduated with a project on Kislemez hildburghausen Glaciers dynamics and hydrology, this phase left a special interest for quaternary deposits and modern glacial environments.
During my research on glaciers, studying old maps, photography and reports on the former extent of these features, I became interested in history, especially the development of geomorphologic and geological concepts by naturalists and geologists.
Living in one of the key area for the history of geology, I combine field trips with the historic research done in these regions, accompanied by historic maps and depictions. I discuss broadly also general geological concepts, especially in glaciology, seismology, volcanology, palaeontology and the relationship of society and geology.