from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A botanist who specializes in paleobotany.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One versed in paleobotany.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One versed in or engaged in the study of paleobotany.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The copy being sold was first bought by an early paleobotanist, Henry Witham, "subscriber number 11", after an apparently very boozy dinner.
Ken had met a paleobotanist named Dot whose research involved tapping into the collective unconscious of plants.
Other female scientist characters who escape being mere sex objects in lab coat are Jodie Foster's Ellie Arroway in Contact, and Laura Dern's paleobotanist Ellie Sattler in Jurassic Park.
The report adds that "the mummy was already pronounced by a majority of archaeological experts as being of Iranian origin," quoting the nonexistent "interview" with hapless Italian paleobotanist Constantini once more.
What do an astrophysicist, oceanic chemist, archaeologist, literary historian, and a paleobotanist have in common?
To two scientists and esteemed friends, astrobiologist David Grinspoon and paleobotanist Kirk Johnson: thanks for not only the deep well of knowledge, but also for the refreshing wind of the Long View.
One of the first to show up was paleobotanist Hans Helbaek, an expert in fossil plant remains from the Danish National Museum in Copenhagen.
Geomorphologist Veronique De Laet was now joined by geomorphologist Etienne Paulissen and palynologist David Kaniewski (all KULeuven) as well as paleobotanist Koen Deforce (University of Ghent).
Ethiopian Plateau, according to work done at Chilga by Aaron Pan, a paleobotanist and curator of science at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History.
"For our structural comparative work," Graham said, "we were extremely fortunate to have an amazing thin slice of the rocky fossil, made in 1954 by the eminent paleobotanist Chester A. A.nold."