NEWSPosted by Richard Reyment Mon, June 30, 2014 15:41:44
The topics discussed deal
with Gypsy languages, Moorish substrates,and fossil squids. There is a
uniting element, to wit, the element known as Ordination.
NEWSPosted by Richard Reyment Mon, June 30, 2014 15:09:51
NEWSPosted by Richard Reyment Sun, May 11, 2014 16:42:07
The geometry of planispirally coiled ammonite shells is now available by consulting my
Home Page (www.richardreyment.com). Questions relating to dimorphism of shells, post-mortem transport of conchs, the application of the Perron theorem are reviewed.
PICTURESPosted by Richard Reyment Sat, August 04, 2012 11:29:39
In answer to popular request, my paper on the exact construction of models of ammonite shells and post-mortem flotational experiments (from 1980) is now available under Download 189 on my Homepage.
Discussion 2012Posted by Richard Reyment Tue, July 24, 2012 16:44:36
An updated and expanded version of the InvarianceProject
PICTURESPosted by Richard Reyment Sat, June 02, 2012 12:11:44
GEOLOGY CLASS AT MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY IN 1947
NEWSPosted by Richard Reyment Sun, March 25, 2012 17:41:48
Check out my homepage (richard.reyment.com) There is a draft manuscript listed which deals with invariance in some characters of ammonite shells as well as the effects of the logarithmic spiral on the analysis of lateral variability in ammonite shells.
PICTURESPosted by Richard Reyment Thu, November 19, 2009 19:27:52
I found a lot of pictures today on an old CD