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New refs

It's been a while...

Sorry if some of these are old news.  I've been a bit too busy to keep up


Carl Zimmer 1997, "Dinosaurs in Motion: For paleontologists, the
long-necked, long-tailed sauropods have long posed a great biomechanical
puzzle. Now, for computer scientists, they are posing a joyful challenge",
Discover, 18(11).

Anonymous 1997, "News Notes: A ceratopsian resurfaces out West", Geotimes,

Valery S. Samoilov & Chaim Benjamini 1997, "On Possible Causes of Trace
Element Enrichment in Dinosaur Remains: Reply", Palaios, 12(5):497-.

JT Geology today.
DA MAY 01 1997 v 13 n 3
PG 109
AU Tokaryk, Tim T.
TI Tim T. Tokaryk looks ruefully at the `theft' of fossils by commercial
   collectors in Canada and ponders how best to `sell' palaeontology to the

Richard L. Cifelli & James I. Kirkland & Bart J. Kowallis 1997,
"High-precision 40Ar/39Ar geochronology and the advent of North America's
Late Cretaceous terrestrial fauna", Proceedings of the National Academy of
Sciences of the United States of America, 94(21):11163-.

Anonymous 1997, "Nature Strips: Feathered Dinosaur", Nature Australia,

Anonymous 1997, "Tech Update: Dinosaur dung for sale", Popular Mechanics,

Monique Vianey-Liaud & Nieves Lopez-Martinez 1997, "Late Cretaceous dinosaur
eggshells from the Tremp Basin, southern Pyrenees, Lleida, Spain", Journal
of Paleontology, 71(6):1157-.

David Thomas & James O. Farlow 1997, "Tracking a Dinosaur Attack:  In what
is now Texas, two parallel trails of footprints left during the Cretaceous
tell how a two-legged carnivorous dinosaur stalked and pounced on its
four-legged prey. Reading those tracks, a sculptor and a paleontologist
reconstruct that 100-million-year-old hunting tale", Scientific American,

Anonymous 1997, "Biologists peck at bird-dinosaur link", Science News,

Anonymous 1997, "Plucking the Feathered Dinosaur", Science, 278(5341):1229-.

Jack Bowman Bailey 1997, "Neural spine elongation in dinosaurs: sailbacks or
buffalo-backs?", Journal of Paleontology, 71(6):1124-.

M.J. Barker & J.B. Clarke & D.M. Martill 1997, "Mesozoic reptile bones and
diagenetic windows", Bulletin de la Société Geologique de France,

Charlotte H. Jeffery 1997, "Dawn of echinoid nonplanktotrophy: Coordinated
shifts in development indicate environmental instability prior to the K-T
boundary", Geology, 25(11):991-.

Young-Nam Lee 1997, "The Archosauria from the Woodbine Formation
(Cenomanian) in Texas", Journal of Paleontology, 71(6):1147-.

John Tayman 1997, "Field Notes: The musty realm of paleontology hit the big
time at Sotheby's recently with the $8.36 million sale of a T.rex. Now that
the chase for hot properties is on, no dino hunters are more in demand than
the serendipitous Sacrison Twins of South Dakota. A wry dig into the world
of the boneheads", Outside, 22(12):41-.