nature's preservative

Readings on Amber
30-Million-Year-Old DNA Boosts an Emerging Field, Virginia Morell, Science, 9/25/92, pp. 1860-62.

Amber Opens a Window: Uniting Art and Science, John Noble Wilford, New York Times, 2/9/96, p. B1.

Ancient riverbed yields Britain's oldest amber, Douglas Palmer, New Scientist, 2/5/94, p. 17.

New Jersey Has Treasure of Amber, New York Times science section, 1/31/96, or on the web.

Fact, fiction, and fossil DNA, Roger Lewin, New Scientist, 1/29/94, p. 38-41.

Golden glue in ancient weapons, Sarah Bunney, New Scientist, 4/16/94, p. 17

Golden Window on a Lost World, Virginia Morell, Discover, 8/93, pp. 44-52.

Revival and Identification of Bacterial Spores in 25- to 40-Million-Year-Old Dominican Amber, Raul Cano and Monica Borucki, Science, 5/19/95, pp. 1060-64.

The DNA that stays forever amber, Douglas Palmer, New Scientist, 10/17/92. p. 15.

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