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There was a recent inquiry here about books on taphonomy. There is a new one I
am aware of called, Vertebrate Taphonomy by R. Lee Lyman, published by 
Cambridge Univ. Press. 1994. 

It is not only concerned with dinosaurs, but all extinct vertebrates as well 
as archaeological human sites. Still, it appears to be a good basic text. If 
anyone out there with more taphonomic experience has seen this book, what do 
you think?

--Thom Holmes, Editor, The Dinosaur Society