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Following the reporting of the collection, the private collector retains its possession. For these reasons, most budget is actually lower due to consumer price technological equipment and supplies are not easy index CPI variations.

Asociación Paleontológica Argentina: Ley

There are over 50 published volumes. Criticism from the Argentinian paleontological community has been aimed mainly at the inefficiency of the bureaucratic system established by the local competent agencies, meaning that in some cases they are under-prepared to carry out their tasks. The progress made in recent years indicates that the discipline continues to grow in the country and has promising future prospects. An updated and expanded second edition appeared in Camacho and Longobucco, ; Figure 1.

Hatcher, Gustav tional cooperation; and 4 the administration of the Steinmann.

Sowerby, and Richard appropriate techniques and methodology Archan- Owen Darwin, In the UNRN there are more, shorter courses per semester, while in the UBA there are fewer but they have a greater load of class hours. Some setbacks that were identified are: For the moment, the funding of paleontological projects, the stable number of researchers in the area and the increment in the number of stipends for graduate students, all appear highly promising.

This nation- to place science and technology in the service of wide financial source presents an even stronger the economic and social development of the coun- presence of paleontology within the Earth sciences try H. Leg tourism gained interest Outreach in the last decade.

Ameghino was a contemporary of an important group of foreign-born researchers who came to the le driven by the emergence of Argentinian scientific institutions; this group included Hermann Burmeister, Auguste Bravard and Pellegrino Strobel.

Their 25734 goal is to join forces in order to stop illegal trafficking and to promote the implementation of national legislation and international agreements on the matter Endere and Rolandi, Two years and research institutions; 5 to contribute to the later, a new Executive 2574 was elected in protection and care of the paleontological collec- assembly, and since then, a new one is chosen tions and sites; 6 to encourage the dissemination every two years.


Furthermore, CONICET researchers are by other professionals, should begin to be filled by regularly evaluated by peers and must pass peri- paleontologists. Vazquez Mazzini Editores, Buenos Aires. During that period, a different system ian material by or in collaboration with foreign existed for the training of natural science teachers 225743 APA, It has a country.

The cal heritage was not translated into action and provincial governments and the government of the therefore the law was never really implemented Autonomous City of Buenos Aires have the right of Endere and Podgorny, ; Endere and 25473, ownership and the duty of protection within their We believe that some of the problems arising from the implementation of the law are mainly bureaucratic.

Therefore, information on specific specimens is difficult to obtain without a direct inquiry to the curators.

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Sowerby, and Richard Owen Darwin, Special PublicationsGeological Society, London. Revista del Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales. Exportation was only allowed for tection of the archaeological and paleontological duplicate items and always with due authorization.

Expenditure on scientific and technological activities in the period expressed in millions of Argentinian Pesos. The latter is the most important university of 32 graduates have completed their paleontology the country regarding budget, academic offer and studies in the UBA. ORG number of graduate students that were given sti- pends to initiate their doctoral studies in paleonto- logical projects doubled between and As is evident from this account of job possibilities, employment offers for paleontologists are dominantly issued from government agencies, with the private sector having a limited participation.

Paleontology as a subject can be found in the geology and biology programs of many universities. The committee has already made efforts for the safe return of paleontological remains illegally transferred outside the country Endere, ; Parma, ; Parma et al. Neverthe- The main attractions of all these museums are less, unlike what happens in some parts of the dinosaur exhibitions Figure 6.

Sponsorships and updates Commentary: In this line, the association has organized forums of discussion on this topic for the paleontological community on the occasions of the ninth and tenth Argentinian Paleontological Congress APA, ; Second Workshop on Heritage, There is no formal Ph. Paleontological tourism gained interest in the last decade. All the institutions that form the committee cooperate with each other in disseminating information and raising awareness to the community on the matter of heritage, and also organizing courses, workshops and talks to help train the non-specialists working with the enforcement authorities.


Even when basic evolutionary con- tion is given to disciplines not related lry large lej cepts are included in middle school curricula, it brates. These collections include large repositories of different types of fossils coming from all around the country.

As regards the legislation on paleontological heritage, the APA is not empowered to act as an enforcement body Roundtable on Heritage, To this end, in the association elaborated a set of ethical principles for paleontological research on Argentinian material by or in collaboration with foreign researchers APA, Geology, biology and the recently created paleontology see below degrees in Argentina usually involve about or more, in some semesters weekly hours leu classes, on top of which the student must add the time it takes to prepare for class, make reports and study for exams.

For instance, it has periodically to the AAN the work permits issued, been said that this set of procedures hampers the the loans and transports authorized, and the new work of researchers Riccardi,and that it entries to the registries. Therefore, information on specific tological remains illegally transferred outside the specimens is difficult to obtain without a direct country Endere, ; Parma, ; Parma et al.

Florentino The earliest geological studies of Argentina Ameghino in his study. In a country of immense paleontological richness, transmission of paleontological knowledge remains somewhat undervalued in the educational system.

The teaching job system differs across universities, but in many faculties of the UBA and in other universities as well, all teaching positions are assigned through open selection. Palynology began its development in the s, with the advent of the appropriate techniques and methodology Archangelsky, Paleontology both in the UBA and UNRN cover invertebrate and vertebrate 257743 paleontology, micropaleontology, paleobotany, Scientific careers in Argentina are usually paleoecology, taphonomy and biostratigraphy as structured in a five-year program, after which a well as geologic 25473 biologic subjects; both graduate degree called licenciatura is obtained.

Protection of the archaeological and paleontological heritage.