The Calaveras Dam Replacement Project has brought ancient fossils to light.
A group of biologists asks their peers to start documenting newly discovered and "rediscovered" species by non-destructive techniques instead of killing a specimen to bring home.
A porpoise fossil has been unveiled as a unique mammal that skimmed the seafloor with its sensitive, protruding lower jaw.
A new trove of soft-body fossils promises to expand the range of time and life-forms available to science as we explore the Cambrian Explosion of a half-billion years ago.
The best all-around geological museum in the Bay Area is in Fremont, catering to tomorrow's scientists and their teachers.