Earth's Climate History (Kindle Edition) by Anton Uriarte.
Martin Jehle has written very interesting about: Paleocene mammals of the world.
Not everyone believes that the Adapid "Ida" is ancestor of primats and humans: Poor, poor Ida, Or: "Overselling an Adapid"
An article in the "Ingeniøren" fra 2008: Nordatlantens fødsel gav Jorden hedeslag.
Moler Museum on the island of Mors has an unique collection of fossil birds from the Eocene, some of them can be seen here: Fotoalbum
Encyclopedia Brittanica has a rather long article on: Tertiary Period
On Wikipedia there is a very comprehensive list of finds of prehistoric humans: List of human evolution fossils
Ole Nielsen's blog on climate and meteorology: olelog What on earth. Click "Palaeontology" or "fossils".
Painting and Art professor at the Prussian Academy of Arts in Berlin Heinrich Harder 1858-1935 Wikimedia commons - (second serie). There is also a first and a third series
Michael Goodfellow is critical of the concept of Global warming: Global Warming: Our Story So Far
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