Ancient fish fossil found in Arctic on Ellesmere Island honours scientist Martin Bergmann
There are 1 comment on the The Montreal Gazette story from Apr 2, 2013, titled Ancient fish fossil found in Arctic on Ellesmere Island honours scientist Martin Bergmann. In it, The Montreal Gazette reports that:
The discovery of a 375-million-year-old fish fossil on Ellesmere Island has led a team of U.S. researchers to identify a new, metre-long species from Paleozoic Canada and o in a poignant gesture honouring a fellow northernist o name the ancient creature after Martin Bergmann, the distinguished Canadian scientist who died two years ago in a Nunavut ... (more)
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