The environment and the planet are two things that are tightly interrelated and when it comes to issues concerning both people are now listening or trying to be more aware. One sector could focus on a thing, and there is a sector that studies things like dinosaur poo which actually sounds better in the technical term. Coprolites, which are fossil dung from ancient animals is this term.
There is growing interest in these items, and there are lots of people trying to access views or videos of these. There are lots of enthusiasts sites as well as articles and documents about these and how they have affected history. They usually affect scientific research and while the interest is still growing, they have actually been known for a long time.
There are any number of enthusiasts that want to study them all over the world. There have distribution studies, how these might be relevant to bones and dinosaur remains, and even geologistics and drilling. Geophysicists and paleontologists are not the only experts that specialize in the stuff.
Museums and specially focused research labs will have a lot of use for these. The build up of records and databases are organic to the use of these things for what is basically study. The study process though can be varied for any number of locations, individuals and organizations which deal with the stuff.
Coprolites range from anything from anywhere which are basically fossilized remains of excretions from all creatures. The more ancient these are, the more they might have integrated or turned back into ordinary soil, but most retain their basic shapes and compositions through some relevant processes. These might involved chemical compositions, temperature flashes and the like.
All of these have helped to preserve a mere fraction of stuff. If you consider it there should be lots of coprolites around, but the thousands that are available or still to be discovered are a drop in the ocean. You need only realize how millions of ancient creatures have come and gone.
The earth digests or decomposes all the organic things that come down to it. The process is integral but what has remained is enough for people to want more. But there is a finite amount or a limit to all these, and those that are found are therefore treasured as evidence of the long history of life on this planet.
The fecal matter itself can be proof of things like the diets of dinosaurs, and perhaps the seeds and shapes of leaves of ancient plants. It would depend on what specie of dinosaur any one coprolite belongs to in this sense. There were carnivores, herbivores and omnivores among them, and in some cases evidence of other species are only available through the digested stuff.
This is a sad fact that is natural enough, and this provides much value to enthusiasts. No matter that the items are actually rare or uncommon there will be enough for anyone to study. A lot of videos also help in this regard.