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Late Cretaceous Seaway incursions
Landry previously posted questions concerning Late Cretaceous fauna.
Jack Horner, in his 1997 book, _Dinosaur Lives_ (co authored with Edwin
Dobb) talks about the Cretaceous inland seaway transgressions and how
they influenced the evolution of ceratopsians found in Montana. I don't
think he mentions exact papers but the book is aimed at an educated adult
audience, not necessarily a professional one. Maybe you can find
something useful and track it using Science Citation Index.
Education Associate, Virginia Living Museum
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