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Re: refs on metabolism debate (fwd)



     Martin Westmeier and I have been exchanging references on the 
dinosaur metabolism debate.  Here are all of mine:
LN Jeff
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Bakker, R.T., 1971, Dinosaur Physiology and the Origin of Mammals: 
     Evolution 25: 636-658

Bennet, A.F., and Dalzel, B., 1972, Dinosaur Physiology: A Critique: 
     Evolution 27: 170-174

Bakker, R.T., 1972, Anatomical and ecological evidence of endothermy in 
     dinosaurs: Nature 238: 636-658

Fedducia, A. 1973, Dinosaurs as reptiles: Evolution 27: 166-169

Ostrom, J.H., 1973, Reply to "Dinosaurs as reptiles":  Evoltion 28: 491-504

Bakker, R.T., 1974, Dinosaur bio-energetics-a reply to Bennett and 
     Dalzell, and Fedducia: Evolution 28: 497-503

Fedduccia, A. 1974, Endothermy, dinosaurs, and _Archaeopteryx_.  
     Evolution 28: 502-503

Thomas, R.D.K and Olson, E.C. (eds.) 1980, A Cold Look at the Warm-Blooded 
     Dinosaurs: Westview Press, Boulder Co. (Contains eight papers on the 
     subject, including another by Bakker)

Weaver, J.C., 1983, The improbable endotherm: the energetics of the sauropod 
     dinosaur Brachiosaurus: Paleobiology 9(2): 173-182
 
Farlow, J.O., 1987, Speculations about the diet and digestive physiology 
     of herbiverous dinosaurs: Paleobiology 13(1): 60-72 (just says a 
     little at the end about how this might reflect physiology, and how heat 
     of fermentation might be used for thermoregulation)

Ruben, J., 1991, Reptilian physiology and the flight capacity of 
     _Archaeopteryx_: Evolution 45: 1-17 

Colbert, E.H., 1993, Feeding stratagies and metabolism in elephants and 
     sauropod dinosaurs: American Journal of Science 293-A: 1-19

Farlow, J.O., 1993, On the rareness of big, fierce animals: Speculations 
     about the body sizes, population densities, and geographic ranges of 
     predatory mammals and large carniverous dinosaurs: American Journal 
     of Science 293-A: 167-199 (talks about problems that endothermy 
     might present for big theropods given the combination of 
     limited geographical range and the minimum size needed for a healthy 
     population)

Ruben, J., 1995, The evolution of endothermy in mammals and birds: from 
     physiology to fossils: Annual Review of Physiology 57: 69-95
 
Farlow, J.O., Dodson, P., Chinsamy., A., Dinosaur Biology: Annual Review 
     of Ecology and Systematics 26: 445-471

Ruben, J.A., Hillenius, W.J., Nicholas, R.G., Leitch, A., Jones, T.D., 
     Currie, P.H., Horner, J.H., Espe, G, The metabolic status of some 
     Late Cretaceous Dinosaurs: Science 273: 1204-1207