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Dino refs and others:



A new book just arrived entitled:
"Functional Morphology in Vertebrate Paleontology."
J.J. Thomason (ed) (1995) Cambridge University Press, New York, 277p.

Here are a few chapter titles (shortened) and corresponding authors:
A.B. Busbey -- Skull flattening in crocodilians.
R.E. Johnson, and J.H. Ostrom -- Torosaurus forelimb and an analysis of
ceratopsian posture and gait.
S.M. Gatesy -- Functional evolution of hindlimb and tail from basal
theropods to birds.
E.B. Giffin -- Functional interpretation of spinal anatomy in living and
fossil amniotes.
K.Padian -- Form versus function: The evolution of a dialectic.
D.B. Weishampel -- Fossil, function and phylogeny.

Here are some others references:

Tandon, S.K., Sood, A., Andrews, J.E., and Dennis, P.F. (1995)
"Palaeoenvironment of the dinosaur-bearing Lameta Beds (Maastrichtian),
Narmada Valey, central India."
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 117:153-184.

Chen, J.Y., Dzik, J., Edgecombe, G.D., Ramskold, L., and Zhou, G.Q. (1995)
"A possible early Cambrian chordate."
Nature 377:720-722.

Kull, U., and Herbig, A. (1995)
"Das Blattadersystem der Angiospermen: Form und Evolution."
Naturwissenschaften 82(10):441.

:-)   reading

Cheers,
Darren