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SVP 2002 abstracts



Hi everyone.  Just thought it would be interesting to list the successfully submitted dinosaurian abstracts for SVP 2002. I'm sure I missed some, there were many obviously relating to dinosaurs, even if that wasn't in the title.  These aren't published yet of course, but are interesting as a sneak peek at SVP 2002.
http://www.vertpaleo.org/abstracts/submitted.cfm
 
Allain, 2002. THE PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS OF MEGALOSAURIDAE WITHIN BASAL TETANURINE THEROPODS (DINOSAURIA).
At last!
 
Anderson, 2002. 3-D SCAN OF A TYRANNOSAURUS REX SKULL
 
Atanassov, 2002. HOW MUCH DID ARCHAEOPTERYX AND QUETZALCOATLUS WEIGH? MASS ESTIMATION BY MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS OF BONE DIMENSIONS
 
Bakker, 2002. SPEED IN TYRANNOSAURS
An argument against Hutchinson and Garcia perhaps?
 
Bir, 2002. DINOSAUR SOCIAL LIFE: EVIDENCE FROM SHED-TOOTH DEMOGRAPHY
 
Bird, 2002. AN ANALYSIS OF DISARTICULATED JUVENILE EOLAMBIA BONES IN THE CEDAR MOUNTAIN FORMATION OF EASTERN UTAH.
Will this settle the lambeosaurine vs. probactrosaur debate?
 
Bonnan, 2002. PES ANATOMY IN SAUROPOD DINOSAURS: IMPLICATIONS FOR FUNCTIONAL MORPHOLOGY, EVOLUTION, AND PHYLOGENY
 
Boyd, 2002. PROBABLE LAMBEOSAURINE (ORNITHISCHIA, HADROSAURIDAE) SPECIMEN FROM THE LATE CRETACEOUS HELL CREEK FORMATION OF MONTANA
 
Briethaupt, 2002. STATISTICALLY VALID POPULATION ANALYSES OF MIDDLE JURASSIC DINOSAUR ICHNOCOENOSES
 
Brinkman, 2002. PALEONTOLOGY AND STRATIGRAPHY OF THE DINOSAUR-BEARING CERRO DEL PUEBLO FORMATION, SOUTHERN COAHUILA, MEXICO
 
Buckley, 2002. NEW MATERIAL OF ELMISAURUS (THEROPODA, ELMISAURIDAE) FROM THE LATE CRETACEOUS HELL CREEK FORMATION OF SOUTHEASTERN MONTANA
The more, the better.  Wonder if it's comparable to the big undescribed Hell Creek specimens?
 
Burnham, 2002. WHY SMALL DINOSAURS HAVE BIG BRAINS
 
Buscalioni, 2002. DINOSAUR EGGS FROM THE UPPER CRETACEOUS OF CATALONIA, SPAIN: TAPHONOMIC STUDIES
 
Campbell, 2002. THEROPOD VS AVIAN HINDLIMB LOCOMOTION
 
Carr, 2002. EVOLUTION OF BASAL TYRANNOSAUROIDEA FROM NORTH AMERICA
 
Carrano, 2002, CERATOSAURS: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
 
Carvalho, 2002. A NEW SAUROPODA FROM THE APTIAN-ALBIAN OF BRAZIL AND ITS PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS
 
Chiappe, 2002. ENANTIORNITHINE (AVES) NEONATES FROM THE EARLY CRETACEOUS OF CHINA
Liaoxiornis? :-)  And perhaps Longchengornis, Eoenantiornis and "Cathayornis" caudatus...
 
Chinnery, 2002. MORPHOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF EVOLUTION AND GROWTH IN THE CERATOPSIAN POSTCRANIAL SKELETON
 
Chure, 2002. THE MEDIAL PHARYNGEAL PNEUMATIC SYSTEM (MPPS) IN ALLOSAURUS FRAGILIS : MORPHOLOGY AND PHYLOGENETIC SIGNIFICANCE.
 
Clark, 2002. NEW SMALL DINOSAURS FROM THE LATE JURASSIC SHISHUGOU FORMATION AT WUCAIWAN, XINJIANG, CHINA
Oooh.  I know they have a small theropod from there.  Will it help clear up Sinocoelurus' phylogenetic position?
 
Clarke, 2002. AN ORNITHURINE FROM THE EARLY CRETACEOUS OF CHINA
I know of several euornithines (Yixianornis, Yanornis, "Archaeoraptor", Songlingornis, Chaoyangia?), but an actual ornithurine would be something.
 
Cordes, 2002. A NEW CHARADRIIFORM AVIAN SPECIMEN FROM THE EARLY MAASTRICHTIAN OF CAPE LAMB, VEGA ISLAND, ANTARCTIC PENINSULA
 
Curry Rogers, 2002. TITANOSAUR TAILS TELL TWO TALES: A SECOND MALAGASY TITANOSAUR WITH SALTASAURID AFFINITIES
The infamous "titanosaur B" no doubt.  Should be called _______ madagascariensis because part of the Titanosaurus  madagascariensis holotype is referrable to it.  And the rest is Rapetosaurus, which did not inherit the species name.
 
Davidson, 2002. PREPARATION OF CITIPATI OSMOLSKAE
 
Dufeau, 2002. THE CRANIAL MORPHOLOGY OF SHUVUUIA DESERTI (THEROPODA: ALVAREZSAURIDAE).
At last! (again)  Must have good figures of maxilla and mandible.....
 
Dyke, 2002. A NEW ORNITHURINE BIRD FROM THE MAASTRICHT FORMATION OF BELGIUM: WAS THERE A BOTTLENECK IN AVIAN DIVERSITY AT THE END OF THE CRETACEOUS?
 
Eberth, 2002. TAPHONOMIC MODES OF LARGE DINOSAURS IN THE HORSESHOE CANYON FORMATION (CAMPANIAN-MAASTRICHTIAN) OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA, CANADA
 
Evans, 2002. A DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE LAMBEOSAURINE PRESPHENOID: IMPLICATIONS FOR OLFACTORY SYSTEM ANATOMY AND HADROSAURID PHYLOGENY
 
Farke, 2002. A REVIEW OF âTOROSAURUSâ (DINOSAURIA: CERATOPSIDAE) SPECIMENS FROM TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO, USA
 
Ferrusquia, 2002. LATE CRETACEOUS DINOSAUR TRACKS FROM SOUTHWESTERN MEXICO: ITS PALEONTOLOGIC SIGNIFICANCE
 
Fiorillo, 2002. THE FIRST RECORD OF A CRETACEOUS DINOSAUR FROM WESTERN ALASKA: IMPLICATIONS FOR UNDERSTANDING THE PALEOARCTIC
 
Forster, 2002. PHYLOGENY OF THE HORNED DINOSAURS (ORNITHISCHIA, CERATOPSIDAE)
 
Franzoa, 2002. A DESCRIPTION OF THE ANATOMY OF A DIGITALLY CONSTRUCTED ACROCANTHOSAURUS ATOKENSIS (THEROPODA: ALLOSAUROIDEA) ENDOCAST, AND ITS USES
 
Galton, 2002. NEW MATERIAL OF ORNITHISCHIAN (?HETERODONTOSAURID) DINOSAUR ECHINODON (EARLY CRETACEOUS, SOUTHERN ENGLAND) FROM THE LATE JURASSIC OF FRUITA NEAR GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO, USA
Finally described!  This was announced in what?  1987?
 
Gangloff, 2002. AN EARLY LATE CRETACEOUS DINOSAUR TRACK SITE IN CENTRAL YUKON TERRITORY
 
Garrison, 2002. THE BIOSTRATIGRAPY, PALEOECOLOGY OF THE DINOSAURIA-BEARING LOWER CRETACEOUS CEDAR MOUNTAIN FORMATION
 
Gates, 2002. MURDER IN JURASSIC PARK: THE CLEVELAND-LLOYD DINOSAUR QUARRY AS A DROUGHT-INDUCED ASSEMBLAGE
 
Gatesy, 2002. UNDERTRACKS AS "TRUE" TRACKS: WHAT LAYER(S) DID A DINOSAUR TOUCH?
 
Gay, 2002. THE MYTH OF CANNIBALISM IN COELOPHYSIS BAURI
 
Geisler, 2002. USING CLIQUES TO INCREASE THE INFORMATIVENESS OF CLASSIFICATIONS: EXAMPLES FROM DINOSAURIA
 
Getty, 2002. A STUDY OF EARLY JURASSIC DINOSAUR FOOTPRINTS IN FOREST PARK, SPRINGFIELD, MA
 
Gierlinski, 2002. DINOSAUR TRACKS IN THE LATE JURASSIC OF POLAND
 
Gilpin, 2002. NEW ORNITHOPOD WITH HADROSAUR-LIKE FEATURES FROM THE LOWER CRETACEOUS OF UTAH
 
Goodwin, 2002. STABLE ISOTOPES AND DINOSAUR ENDOTHERMY: EFFECTS OF THE BURIAL ENVIRONMENT ON HADROSAUR BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
 
Hanks, 2002. VERTEBRATE FOSSILS, INCLUDING NON-AVIAN DINOSAUR REMAINS AND THE FIRST SHARK-BITTEN BIRD BONE, FROM A LATE CRETACEOUS (TURONIAN) MARINE DEPOSIT OF NORTHEASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA
 
Harwell, 2002. NEW EVIDENCE FOR DIAPHRAGM-BREATHING IN THEROPOD DINOSAURS
Better be superior to the "old evidence" in Sinosauropteryx and Scipionyx....
 
Henderson, 2002. WIDE AND NARROW GAUGE SAUROPOD TRACKWAYS AS A CONSEQUENCE OF BODY MASS DISTRIBUTION AND THE REQUIREMENTS FOR STABILITY
 
Henriques, 2002. ON A SAUROPOD DINOSAUR (TITANOSAURIDAE) FROM THE ADAMANTINA FORMATION (LATE CRETACEOUS),
Well, there's Gondwanatitan and some of those Bauru taxa....
 
Hill, 2002. NEW DINOSAUR FOSSILS FROM THE LATE CRETACEOUS LA COLONIA FORMATION, CHUBUT PROVINCE, ARGENTINA
 
Hinic, 2002. THE CRANIAL ANATOMY OF MASSOSPONDYLUS CARINATUS OWEN, 1854 AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR PROSAUROPOD PHYLOGENY
 
Holtz....... nothing yet :-(
 
Horner, 2002. KERATINOUS COVERED DINOSAUR SKULLS
 
Hunt, 2002. AN EARLY CRETACEOUS THEROPOD FOOT FROM SOUTHWESTERN ARKANSAS AS A POSSIBLE TRACK MAKER IN CENTRAL TEXAS AND SOUTHWESTERN UTAH
Someone's actually studying "Arkansaurus"?!  Hooray!
 
Hwang, 2002. A LARGE PRIMITIVE COELUROSAUR FROM THE YIXIAN FORMATION OF NORTHEASTERN CHINA
"Huaxiasaurus" approaches?
 
Imhof, 2002. A CERATOPSIAN DINOSAUR FROM THE UPPER CRETACEOUS KAIPAROWITS FORMATION OF THE GRAND STAIRCASE-ESCALANTE NATIONAL MONUMENT, UTAH
 
Irmis, 2002. THE FIRST REPORTED ORNITHISCHIAN DINOSAUR POSTCRANIA FROM THE EARLY JURASSIC LUFENG FORMATION, CHINA
 
Jackson, 2002. ASSESSMENT OF PHYLOGENETIC AFFINITIES OF POSSIBLE THEROPOD EGGS FROM THE TWO MEDICINE FORMATION OF MONTANA: CLADISTIC ANALYSIS OF EGGSHELL STRUCTURE
 
Jalil, 2002. IS AZENDOHSAURUS LAAROUSSII (CARNIAN, MOROCCO) A DINOSAUR?
Don't know what else it could be.
 
Jasinoski, 2002. MORPHOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATION OF THE THEROPOD SCAPULOCORACOID: A THIN-PLATE SPLINE ANALYSIS
 
Jennings, 2002. DETAILED SEDIMENTARY AND TAPHONOMIC ANALYSIS OF A DINOSAUR QUARRY, HOT SPRINGS RANCH, WYOMING
 
Jesus, 2002. JUVENILE ENANTHIORNITHINE SKELETON FROM MONTSEC (CATALONIA, SPAIN), LOWER CRETACEOUS REVISITED: TAPHONOMY AND MORPHOMETRICS TO ASSESS ONTOGENETIC STAGE
 
Johnson, 2002. FOOTPRINTS IN THE SAND: MICROBIAL MEDIATION OF SUBSTRATES AND DINOSAUR TRACK PRESERVATION
 
Jones, 2002. SEM ANALYSIS OF FOSSILIZED INTEGUMENT FROM LIAONING ORNITHODIRANS
I'm glad someone's doing this, but Jones?!  Not anticipating agreeing with him.....  Unless he's just prooving Caudipteryx and Protarchaeopteryx have feathers.  But I picture something more..... ABSRD.
 
Karbek, 2002. THE CASE FOR STEGOSAURUS AS AN AGILE, CURSORIAL BIPED
LOL  And a poor case it is......   I suppose I should wait for the presentation, but it just doesn't seem too likely.
 
Kirkland, 2002. NEW CERATOPSID CRANIAL REMAINS FROM THE LOWER CAMPANIAN WAHWEAP FORMATION, GRAND STAIRCASE-ESCALANTE NATIONAL MONUMENT, UTAH
 
Kobayashi, 2002. A NEW PRIMITIVE ORNITHOMIMOSAUR FROM THE EARLY CRETACEOUS OF MONGOLIA AND THE EARLY EVOLUTION OF ORNITHOMIMOSAURIA
"Grusimimus"?
 
Kozisek, 2002. A COMPARISON OF THE PELVIC GIRDLE FROM A NEW JUVENILE HYPSILOPHODONTID FOUND IN THE MORRISON FORMATION OF NORTHEASTERN WYOMING TO DESCRIBED SPECIMENS
 
Lamanna, 2002. SKELETAL ANATOMY OF THE GIANT TITANOSAUR PARALITITAN (DINOSAURIA: SAUROPODA) FROM THE EARLY LATE CRETACEOUS OF EGYPT
 
Langer, 2002. IS SATURNALIA TUPINIQUIM REALY A SAUROPODOMORPH?
He thought so at the last SVP, assuming a stem-based definition of Sauropodomorpha.
 
Larsson, 2002. NEW EVIDENCE OF THE EVOLUTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF BIRD WING DIGITS
 
Leahy, 2002. SPEED POTENTIAL OF TYRANNOSAURS GREAT AND SMALL
 
Lee, 2002. A NEW CRETACEOUS DINOSAUR NESTING SITE OF SOUTH KOREA
 
Lehman, 2002. THE ENIGMA OF ENDOTHERMIC INFANT HERBIVOROUS DINOSAURS
 
Li, 2002. CROUCHING DINOSAUR, HIDDEN TAXA: A NEW LOOK AT EARLY JURASSIC ICHNOFAUNAS FROM CHINA
Such a horrible title....
 
Lipkin, 2002. A SPINOSAURID FURCULA: A TETANURAN INVENTION
Or if we accept it's presence in Megapnosaurus (cringe) kayentakatae, an avepod invention.
 
Loewen, 2002. ONTOGENETIC CHANGES IN HINDLIMB MUSCULATURE AND FUNCTION IN THE LATE JURASSIC THEROPOD ALLOSAURUS
 
Longrich, 2002. SYSTEMATICS OF SINOSAUROPTERYX
Can't wait to hear this.
 
Lu, 2002. THE PECTORAL GIRDLE AND THE FORELIMB OF A NEW OVIRAPTOROSAUR
Can't wait to hear this either.
 
Maltese, 2002. DISCOVERY OF A DIVIDED INITIAL CHEVRON IN CAMARASAURUS (DINOSAURIA, SAUROPODA)
 
Martin, 2002. THE NEW AND IMPROVED SAUROPOD
You see, the acetabular structure proves sauropods stood vertically upright like squirrels...  ;-)
 
Martinez, 2002. THE MONOPHYLY AND INTERRELATIONSHIPS OF PROSAUROPODA
Another contender, along with Galton and Yates.
 
Matthews, 2002. DIGITAL MAPPING OF DINOSAUR TRACKS IN THE GRAND STAIRCASE-ESCALANTE NATIONAL MONUMENT, UTAH
 
Maxwell, 2002. REANALYSIS OF THE ORNITHISCHIAN DINOSAUR EOLAMBIA
Or maybe this will settle the lambeosaurine-probactrosaur issue...
 
McCarville, 2002. TO PEE OR NOT TO PEE: EVIDENCE FOR LIQUID URINATION IN SAUROPOD DINOSAURS
Well, someone has to study it....
 
McCrea, 2002. FORELIMB IMPRESSIONS ASSOCIATED WITH A LARGE THEROPOD TRACKWAY FROM THE GATES FORMATION (LOWER CRETACEOUS: ALBIAN) OF WESTERN CANADA
Hopefully a resting theropod.  Else we have some very long arms.... or quadrupedality.
 
Metzger, 2002. ADAPTIVE VALUE OF THE INTRAMANDIBULAR JOINT IN ARCHOSAURS: IN VIVO EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE FROM CROCODILIANS
 
Milner, 2002. IDENTIFICATION OF NON-COLLAGENOUS STRUCTURAL PROTEINS IN IGUANODON BONE
 
Middleton, 2002. EVOLUTION OF THE PERCHING FOOT IN THEROPODS
 
Motani, 2002. BRACKETING DINOSAURIAN BODY MASS USING ELASTIC SIMILARITY APPROACH
 
Murphy, 2002. EXCEPTIONAL SOFT-TISSUE PRESERVATION IN A MUMMIFIED ORNITHOPOD DINOSAUR FROM THE CAMPANIAN LOWER JUDITH RIVER FORMATION
 
Naish, 2002. MULTIPLE SKELETAL ABNORMALITIES IN THE DINOSAURS NEOVENATOR AND IGUANODON FROM SOUTHERN ENGLAND
 
Noto, 2002. ROCKS, BONES, AND PLANTS: A PATTERN OF LATITUDINAL DEPENDENCE DEMONSTRATED BY THE DISTRIBUTION OF JURASSIC DINOSAURS.
 
Parrish, 2002. RIB ANGULATION, SCAPULAR POSITION, AND BODY PROFILES IN SAUROPOD DINOSAURS
 
Parsons, 2002. DATA FROM NEW DINOSAUR MATERIAL DISCOVERED IN THE CLOVERLY FORMATION OF CENTRAL MONTANA
 
Patchus, 2002. A HADROSAURINE DINOSAUR MUMMY FROM THE LANCE FORMATION (UPPER MAASTRICHTIAN), NIOBRARA COUNTY, WYOMING
 
Paul, 2002. PROBLEMS WITH SAUROPOD NECK POSTURE
 
Pierce, 2002. TWO JUVENILE PROSAUROLOPHUS (HADROSAURINAE) SPECIMENS FROM MARINE SEDIMENTS: UNIQUE TAPHONOMY OR PALEOBIOLOGY?
 
Rainforth, 2002. THE PANGEAN ICHNITES OTOZOUM AND PSEUDOTETRASAUROPUS: AN EXAMPLE OF RELATIONSHIPS AMONG AND BETWEEN TETRAPOD ICHNOTAXA AND SKELETAL TAXA
 
Rauhut, 2002. DINOSAUR EVOLUTION IN THE JURASSIC: A SOUTH AMERICAN PERSPECTIVE
 
Rensberger, 2002. EXCEPTIONAL OSTEOCYTE SIZES IN TRICERATOPS AND TYRANNOSAURUS
 
Reser, 2002. RESULTS OF PURPOSELY PRESERVING PLASTIC DEFORMATION IN AN ARMATURED MOUNT OF THE SKULL OF PENTACERATOPS STERNBERGII ( MNA PL-1747)
 
Ribeiro, 2002. SAUROPODA DINOSAUR EGGS AND EGGSHELLS FROM MARÃLIA FORMATION (BAURU BASIN, UPPER CRETACEOUS), MINAS GERAIS STATE, BRAZIL
 
Rodrigues, 2002. JURASSIC DINOSAUR TRACKSITE OF CABO MONDEGO (PORTUGAL): A GEOSITE OF THE WORLD GEOLOGICAL HERITAGE.
 
Rogers, 2002. PALEOENVIRONMENTAL AND TAPHONOMIC PERSPECTIVES ON THE LATE CRETACEOUS WORLD OF THE ABELISAURID THEROPOD MAJUNGATHOLUS ATOPUS
 
Samman, 2002. DETERMINING TOOTH POSITION IN THE JAW OF TYRANNOSAURID DINOSAURS - BITING OFF MORE THAN YOU CAN CHEW?
 
Sanders, 2002. MECHANICS OF STEGOSAUR TAILS AS WEAPONS: A MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS
 
Sankey, 2002. THEROPOD DINOSAUR DIVERSITY IN THE LATEST CRETACEOUS (MAASTRICHTIAN) OF NORTH AMERICA
 
Santos, 2002. DINOSAUR TRACKSITES IN PORTUGAL: SCIENTIFIC AND EDUCATIONAL VALUE OF ICHNOHERITAGE.
 
Senter, 2002. TAXON SAMPLING ARTIFACTS AND THE PHYLOGENETIC POSITION OF AVIALAE
 
Sereno, 2002. ABELISAURID THEROPODS FROM AFRICA: PHYLOGENETIC AND BIOGEOGRAPHIC IMPLICATIONS
 
Schweitzer, 2002. MECHANISM OF PRESERVATION OF ENDOGENEOUS MOLECULAR COMPONENTS IN A TYRANNOSAURUS REX SKELETON
 
Smith, 2002. DENTAL MORPHOLOGY AND VARIATION IN TYRANNOSAURUS REX: IMPLICATIONS FOR TAXONOMY, SYSTEMATICS, AND THE IDENTIFICATION OF SHED TEETH
 
Smith, 2002. TRACKWAY EVIDENCE OF POSSIBLE GREGARIOUS BEHAVIOR IN LARGE THEROPODS FROM THE EARLY JURASSIC MOENAVE FORMATION OF ZION NATIONAL PARK
 
Snively, 2002. ALBERTOSAURUS EN POINTE: ALLOMETRIC SCALING OF THEROPOD ROTATIONAL INERTIA AND TURNING PERFORMANCE.
 
Souto, 2002. COPROLITES FROM BAURU BASIN IN BRAZIL
 
Stidham, 2002. EVOLUTIONARY AND DEVELOPMENTAL ORIGIN OF THE EXTANT BIRD TARSOMETATARSUS FROM ITS THEROPOD DINOSAUR ANCESTRY
 
Sullivan, 2002. PALEOCENE DINOSAURS? A CRITIQUE OF THE AGES ASSIGNED TO THE UPPER KIRTLAND FORMATION, SAN JUAN BASIN, NEW MEXICO
 
Tanke, 2002. BONE RESORPTION, BONE LESIONS, AND EXTRA FENESTRAE IN CERATOPSID DINOSAURS
 
Thomas, 2002. ITâS NOT ALL THERMOPHYSIOLOGY: MICROSCALE Î18O AND Î13C ANALYSIS OF EDMONTOSAURUS TEETH REVEALS ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCE ON ENAMEL MINERALIZATION
 
Tidwell, 2002. BRIDGING THE ATLANTIC: NEW CORRELATIONS OF EARLY CRETACEOUS TITANOSAURIFORMES (SAUROPODA) FROM ENGLAND AND NORTH AMERICA
 
Tsuihiji, 2002. A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF THE EVOLUTION OF THE CERVICAL MUSCULATURE IN DIAPSIDA WITH AN EMPHASIS ON DINOSAURIA
 
Van Leer, 2002. ABDOMINAL VISCERAL ANATOMY IN THEROPOD DINOSAURS
 
Wedel, 2002. CERVICAL RIBS OF SAUROPODS AND OTHER ARCHOSAURS: AN INQUIRY INTO MORPHOLOGY, HISTOLOGY, AND BIOMECHANICS
 
Wegweiser, 2002. TECTONO-TAPHONOMIC _expression_ OF CAMPANIAN-MAASTRICHTIAN BASIN ADJUSTMENTS IN THE BIGHORN BASIN, NORTHWESTERN WYOMING: DEAD DINOSAURS HAVE TRANSPORTATION TALES TO TELL
 
Westgate, 2002. DISCOVERY OF DINOSAUR REMAINS IN COASTAL DEPOSITS NEAR OJINAGA, MEXICO
 
White, 2002. PROBABLE DROMEOSAUR TRACKS AND OTHER DINOSAUR FOOTPRINTS FROM THE CEDAR MOUNTAIN FORMATION (LOWER CRETACEOUS) UTAH
 
Wilhite, 2002. THE USE OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL DIGITIZED ELEMENTS TO EXAMINE FORELIMB MORPHOLOGY AND ARTICULATION IN NORTH AMERICAN JURASSIC SAUROPODS
 
Wilson, 2002. A REVISION OF THE GENUS TITANOSAURUS (DINOSAURIA: SAUROPODA) AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR TITANOSAUR SYSTEMATICS
Another much needed study.
 
Zelenitsky, 2002. EGGSHELL DIVERSITY OF THE UPPER CRETACEOUS OF DINOSAUR PROVINCIAL PARK, ALBERTA, CANADA
 
Zhang, 2002. DIVERSE DINOSAUR-PTEROSAUR-BIRD ICHNOFAUNAS FROM THE CRETACEOUS OF GANSU PROVINCE, CHINA
 
Mickey Mortimer