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The National Park That Was Stolen to Death
Fossil Cycad National Monument held America’s richest deposit of petrified cycadeoid plants, until it didn’t.
By Cara Giaimo, July 11, 2017
National Parks Magazine
Gone But Not Forgotten: Fossil Cycad National Monument was removed from the Park Service in 1957, but the story doesn't end there, by Kate Siber.
February 05, 2014
Rapid City Journal
Paleontologist digging for new treasures —photos and lost history, by Meredith Colias.
March 17, 2014
Capital Journal - Pierre, SD
A South Dakota mystery: Who stole the fossils from Fossil Cycad National Monument? By Lance Nixon.
February 20, 2014
White Sands National Monument
Interagency Team Documents Ice Age Tracks. David Bustos and Vincent L. Santucci.
InsideNPS February 05, 2014 [292 KB PDF] To request a file for article, please contact us.
Shallow and Deep Water Origins of Silurian Rocks at Glacier Bay, Alaska
D. M. Rohr, R. B. Blodgett, V. L. Santucci, and L. Slavik.
Alaska Park Science, Vol. 12, No. 1. 2014. [1.44 MB PDF] To request a file for article, please contact us.
Paleoblitz: Uncovering the Fossil Record of the National Parks
V.L. Santucci, J.S. Tweet, and J.P. Kenworthy.
Park Science, Vol. 29, No. 1. 2012. [481 KB PDF] To request a file for article, please contact us.