AAPS, The Association of Applied Paleontological Sciences

AAPS, Association of Applied Paleontological Sciences

Business Office: 96 East 700 South, Logan, UT 84321-5555, Phone: 435-752-7145

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Press Release - AAPS Response to some vertebrate paleontologist's boycott of the ThinkGeek's Dinosaur Bone Sales, Read More...

New Fossil Law Alert - New York and New Jersey ban the sale of Fossil Ivory Tusks and Teeth, Read More Here...

AAPS, The Association of Applied Paleontological Sciences was organized in 1978 to create a professional association of commercial fossil dealers, collectors, enthusiasts, and academic paleontologists for the purpose of promoting ethical collecting practices and cooperative liaisons with researchers, instructors, curators and exhibit managers in the paleontological academic and museum community.

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Last Updated: December 15, 2014
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