University of Iowa Paleontology Repository: The UI Paleontology Repository is home to over a million fossils from all over the world and from all time periods, and is used for research and teaching. We also provide education services, hands-on tours around the collections and geology exhibits for schools and community groups, and fossil identification and collection care services.
University of Kansas Paleobotanical Collection: Collection of fossil plants currently housed at the University of Kansas.
Dr. Thomas W. Kammer: Specialty: Evolutionary paleoecology of Paleozoic crinoids, plus lithostratigraphy, biostratigraphy, and sequence stratigraphy of marine Mississippian rocks in the east-central United States. Field areas include West Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, and Iowa.
David T. King's Homepage: David King, Jr., a professor of geology at Auburn University, has assembled a web page detailing his work on Alabama geology. Topics covered here include meteor impacts in Alabama, Alabama dinosaurs, and the Paleozoic and Mesozoic geology of the state. Numerous scientific papers are posted here.
Paleobotany and Palynology at the Florida Museum of Natural History: The Paleobotany and Palynology Collection at the Florida Museum of Natural History is international in scope, including collections from 47 countries. Systematically the greatest strength of the collection is in Cretaceous-Tertiary angiosperms.