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R. Vogt and B. E. Tucholke. Geological Society of America, 1986. S. Continental Slope? Lincoln F. Pratson and William F. Haxby in Geology, Vol. 24, No. 1, pages 3–6; January 1996. html Panoramas of the Seafloor Copyright 1997 Scientific American, Inc. Scientific American June 1997 87 Searching for Digital Pictures Computers that can reason about images may be able to pick out distinct features of a person, place or object from photograph archives by David Forsyth, Jitendra Malik and Robert Wilensky T he Internet and the digital libraries being connected to it can provide access to enormous amounts of information.

Tucholke in Geology of North America, Vol. M: The Western North Atlantic Region. Edited by P. R. Vogt and B. E. Tucholke. Geological Society of America, 1986. S. Continental Slope? Lincoln F. Pratson and William F. Haxby in Geology, Vol. 24, No. 1, pages 3–6; January 1996. html Panoramas of the Seafloor Copyright 1997 Scientific American, Inc. Scientific American June 1997 87 Searching for Digital Pictures Computers that can reason about images may be able to pick out distinct features of a person, place or object from photograph archives by David Forsyth, Jitendra Malik and Robert Wilensky T he Internet and the digital libraries being connected to it can provide access to enormous amounts of information.

Paleoanthropologists identified more species of Australopithecus over the next several decades. In 1959 Mary Leakey unearthed a skull from yet another East African species closely related to robustus. Skulls of these species uncovered during the past 40 years in the northeastern part of Africa, in Ethiopia and Kenya, differed considerably from those found in South Africa; as a result, researchers think that two separate robustus-like species—a northern one and a southern one—existed. In 1978 Donald C.

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