This category is for websites dealing with specific professional paleontologists who specialize in the study of the invertebrate fossil record.

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Bambach, R.K.
Paleoecology, Virginia Tech (emeritus professor).
Baumiller, Tomasz K.
University of Michigan Museum of Paleontology professor studying functional morphology and biomechanics of crinoids. Includes list of publications, research interests, a curriculum vitae and current courses taught.
Bennington, J B.
Paleobiology and paleoecology, Hofstra University.
Buono, Giuseppe
Brachiopods and invertebrate paleobiology.
Geary, D.H.
Paleobiology, University of Wisconsin.
Hageman, S.J.
Bryozoan microevolutionary patterns and processes, Appalachian State University.
Hickman, C.S.
Evolutionary paleobiology, University of California-Berkeley.
McRoberts, C.A.
Molluscan paleobiology, State University of New York at Cortland.
Mierzejewski, P.
Information on graptolite and organic microfossil research including abstracts, publications, and graptolite links.
Morris, P.J.
Gastropod paleobiology, Athro, Limited.
Plotnick, R.E.
Invertebrate paleobiology and paleobiomechanics, University of Illinois - Chicago.
Raup, David M
Wikipedia entry for the professor emeritus at the University of Chicago. Studied the fossil record, the diversity of life on Earth and contributed to the knowledge of extinction events.
Sheehan, Peter M
Paleozoic brachiopods. Head of the Geology Department at the Milwaukee Public Museum.
Valentine, James W.
Paleobiology, University of California-Berkeley.
Wagner, Peter
Evolutionary paleobiology, the National Museum of Natural History.
Yacobucci, Peg
Cephalopod paleobiology, Bowling Green State University.
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