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Big Theropod Running



G'day all,

I was wondering...
With all these papers coming to light on the subject of big theropod speed these days (Farlow's analysis comes to mind, along with those of Blanco and Mazzetta, R. McNeil Alexander, and Hutchinson and Garcia's most recent), which of these are considered to be most accurate? I understand that different approaches have been taken in each case, but are any one of these studies considered to be better or more valid than the others?
Just curious.


Jordan Mallon

http://www.geocities.com/paleoportfolio/

BTW: there's a great supplement to Hutchinson and Garcia's latest paper in Nature here: http://tam.cornell.edu/students/garcia/.trex_www/naturepaper.html

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