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Sorry to intrupt with a rather mundane question, but I
just got appointed to teach an undergraduate course in Dinosaurs
next semester and I am looking for some pointers on textbooks.
I am actually a geochemist and most of my paleo training has been in
invertibrate. My vertibrate knowledge is woefully out of date.
I am already committed to using Lucas - Dinosaurs: the
textbook, but I know that there are some problems with it. Forwaring
about mistakes or strange things in the book would be apprechiated.
I was wondering what other textbooks or technical books
would be worth aquiring to help keep me on track and what other
resources you would advise.
/ Elisa Bergslien
* Department of Geology Fractured Rock Research Group
* University of Buffalo - Multiphase Flow Investigations
* (716) 645 - 6800 ext. 6100