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Here are the new ones for this week...

Michael F. Kohl & John S. McIntosh 1997, Discovering Dinosaurs in the Old
West, Michael F. Kohl & John S. McIntosh (eds.) Smithsonian Institution
Press, .

Stephen M. Gatesy & Kevin M. Middleton 1997, "Bipedalism, flight, and the
evolution of theropod locomotor diversity", Journal of Vertebrate
Paleontology, 17(2):308-29.

Dale A. Winkler & Phillip A. Murry & Louis L. Jacobs 1997, "A new species
of Tenontosaurus (Dinosauria: Ornithopoda) from the Early Cretaceous of
Texas", Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 17(2):330-48.

Mary Higby Schweitzer & Craig Johnson & Thomas G. Zocco & John R. Horner &
Jean R. Starkey 1997, "Preservation of biomolecules in cancellous bone of
Tyrannosaurus rex", Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 17(2):349-59.

John R. Horner 1997, "Rare preservation of an incompletely ossified fossil
embryo", Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 17(2):431-4.

Anusuya Chinsamy & Paul M. Barrett 1997, "Sex and old bones?", Journal of
Vertebrate Paleontology, 17(2):450.

Thomas M. Lehman 1997, "[review of] Peter Dodson: The Horned Dinosaurs",
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 17(2):451-2.

Girouard, Sam P., 1997. First dinosaur fossil from the Pacific coast of
British Columbia, of the Trent River Formation (Campanian, Late
Cretaceous)
of Vancouver Island. British Columbia Paleontological Symposium, May 9-11,
Programs and Abstracts, pp. 15-16.

E.M. Pervushov & A.V. Ivanov & E.V. Popov 1997, "Middle and Late Cretaceous
Biota from the Southeast of the European Paleobiogeographic Region",
Paleontological Journal, 31(3):259-.

Wendy Marston 1997, "Jurassic Mart: Skullduggery and libertarian politics
are driving the battles between paleontologists and commercial fossil
traders", The Sciences, 37(4):12-.

-Mikiel
Tempe, Arizona