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Ichnia 2004 Meeting - List of vertebrate-related talks



I hope that this hasn't already been posted here.
Forwarded from the SKOLITHOS mailing list.  I am posting only the
vertebrate-related talks.  This year's meeting is loaded with
dinosaur-related talks.  If you need more information, contact Dr. Jorge
Genise at:  jgenise@mef.org.ar

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ICHNIA 2004 MEETING

First draft of the program:

MONDAY afternoon

8. ICHNOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR THE CONQUEST OF LAND. Simon J. Braddy

10. CURIOUS INVERTEBRATE BURROWS ASSOCIATED WITH DAEMONELIX BURROWS OF
THE MIOCENE HARRISON FORMATION. Kristina Yelinek & Karen Chin

11. TRACES WITHIN TRACES:  EVIDENCE FOR COPROPHAGY IN A PROBABLE THEROPOD
COPROLITE FROM THE JURASSIC MORRISON FORMATION OF UTAH, USA. Karen Chin &
John R.Bishop

27. CAMPANIAN-MAASTRICHTIAN COPROLITES FROM NORTHERN PATAGONIA:
PALEOENVIRONMENTAL AND PALEOBIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE. Ana Parras, Teresa
Manera de Bianco & Claudia Montalvo

28. LATE MIOCENE COPROLITES FROM THE CERRO AZUL FORMATION AT CALEUFò, LA
PAMPA, ARGENTINA. Claudia I. Montalvo


30. ICHNOLOGY MOVING OUT OF THE WATER: A MODEL FOR TERRESTRIAL
ICHNOFACIES.  Jorge F. Genise, M. Gabriela M?ngano & Luis A. Buatois


TUESDAY Morning

48. LIKE CARROLLÕS CHESHIRE-CAT: VANISHING DINOSAUR ICHNOSYSTEMATICS.
Marco Avanzini, Simone DÕOrazi Porchetti, Umberto Nicosia, Stefano
Panigutti,
Fabio Massimo Petti, Eva Sacchi & Mara Valentini

TUESDAY Afternoon

49. SCRATCHING THE SURFACE OF SPEEDING, BIPEDAL DINOSAURS IN THE
JURASSIC!.  Phillip L. Manning & Duncan McIlroy

50. DINOSAUR TRACKS IN THE JURASSIC OF POLAND. Gerard Gierlinski

51. NEST STRUCTURES OF SAUROPOD DINOSAURS FROM THE LATE CRETACEOUS OF
PATAGONIA. L. M. Chiappe, J. G. Schmitt, F. D. Jackson, R. A. Coria, A.
Garrido, L. Dingus & G. Grellet-Tinner

52. THE UTILITY OF LATE CRETACEOUS FOOTPRINTS FOR DETERMINING THE SOFT
ANATOMY, MOVEMENT AND BEHAVIOUR OF DINOSAURS AND EARLY BIRDS. Philip J.
Currie

53. KEYNOTE TALK: BEYOND FEET AND FOOTPRINTS: WHAT MORPHODYNAMICS AND
HETEROCHRONY TELL US ABOUT THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FEET,  LIMBS AND THE
WHOLE BODY. Martin Lockley


55. INVERTEBRATE VS. VERTEBRATE ICHNOLOGYÉOR ONE ICHNOLOGY? Ricardo N.
Melchor & Jorge F. Genise


62. ICHNOLOGICAL EVIDENCE OF THE PRESENCE OF GIGANTIC THEROPODS IN THE
BERRIASIAN (LOWER CRETACEOUS) OF SPAIN. J. L. Barco, J. I.Canudo, J. I.
Ruiz-Ome?aca, F. P?rez-Lorente & J. L. Rubio de Lucas

63. THEROPOD TRACKS FROM SEOYURI IN HWASUN, JEOLLANAMDO, KOREA:
OCCURRENCE AND PALEONTOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE. Min Huh, In Sung Paik, Koo
Geun Hwang & Jun Park

64. SCRATCH MARKS AND A TETRADACTYL FOOTPRINT FROM THE CHACARILLA
FORMATION (UPPER JURASSIC - LOWER CRETACEOUS): ARE THEY THEROPOD SWIMMING
TRACES?. Karen Moreno & Nicolas Blanco

65. NEW DINOSAUR TRACKSITES FROM PERU: EVIDENCE FOR A WIDE DISTRIBUTION
OF LARGE THEROPODS DURING THE LATE JURASSIC-EARLY CRETACEOUS IN SOUTH
AMERICA.  Karen Moreno, Javier Jacay, Luis Chillitupa, Pablo De la Vera,
David Hone & Michael Benton

66. YEOSU DINOSAUR TRACK SITE OF KOREA: THE LAST DINOSAUR TRACK RECORDS
IN ASIA. In Sung Paik, Min Huh, Kye Hun Park, Koo Geun Hwang, Kyung Sik
Kim & Hyun Joo Kim

67. ON THE LOCOMOTORY IMPLICATIONS OF THE DINOSAUR ICHNOFAUNA AT EZEQUIEL
RAMOS MEXêA LAKE, NEUQU?N, ARGENTINIAN PATAGONIA. Gerardo V. Mazzetta &
Jorge O. Calvo

68. ICHNOFAUNAL SUCESSION IN A LOWER CRETACEOUS VERTEBRATE TRACKSITE FROM
PUEBLA, MEXICO . Rub?n A. Rodr?guez-de la Rosa, V?ctor M. Bravo-Cuevas,
Enrique Carrillo-Montiel & Arturo Ortiz-Ubilla.

69. VERTEBRATE TRACKSITES FROM SOUTHEASTERN COAHUILA, MEXICO:
PALEOBIOLOGICAL AND PALEOENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS. Rub?n A.
Rodr?guez-de la Rosa, David A. Eberth, Scott D. Sampson, Donald B.
Brinkman & Jos?
L?pez-Espinoza

70. DINOSAUR RECONSTRUCTIONS INFERRED FROM THE ICHNOLOGICAL RECORD OF THE
LOWERMOST CRETACEOUS OF SORIA (CAMEROS BASIN, SPAIN). J. I. Ruiz-Ome?aca,
J.
L.Barco & J. I.Canudo

71. NEW SAUROPOD ICHNOGENUS FROM THE MIDDLE JURASSIC OF PORTUGAL. Vanda
F. Santos; J. J. Moratalla; Lu?s A. Rodrigues; & Jos? Lu?s Sanz

72. TRACKING DINOSAURS AND OTHER VERTEBRATES IN EAST ASIA. Masaki
Matsukawa, Martin G. Lockley, Li Jianjun  &  Peiji Chen

73. NEW THEROPOD ICHNITES FROM THE BERRIASIAN OF NORTH CENTRAL SPAIN
(SORIA PROVINCE). Jos? Luis Rubio, Mar?a del Pilar Luz?n & Nuria Polo

THURSDAY Morning

74. FISH TRAILS FROM THE LOWER OLD RED SANDSTONE (EARLY DEVONIAN) OF
SOUTH WALES. Lance B. Morrissey, Susan B. Marriott, John P. Bennett &
Peter R.
Tarrant

75. ICHNOLOGICAL INSIGHTS FROM THE UNION CHAPEL MINE, ALABAMA (USA) ON
CARBONIFEROUS VERTEBRATE BEHAVIOR. Anthony J. Martin & Andrew K.
Rindsberg

76. ICHNOTAXONOMY OF AVIAN-LIKE FOOTPRINTS FROM THE SANTO DOMINGO
FORMATION (LATE TRIASSIC), NORTHWEST ARGENTINA. Silvina de Valais.

77. LARGE BIRD-LIKE FOOTPRINTS IN THE EARLY CRETACEOUS OF NORTH CENTRAL
SPAIN. Jos? Luis Rubio & Jos? Luis Sanz

78. TRACKS AND TRACKMAKERS CORRELATED Ð ICHNIOTHERIUM POHLIG, 1892:  AN
EXAMPLE OF THE IMPORTANCE OF TETRAPOD ICHNOLOGY. Sebastian Voigt &
Hartmut
Haubold

79. DIFFERENTIATION OF SELECTED CHIROTHERIANS FROM THE TRIASSIC BY
LANDMARK ANALYSIS. Hendrik Klein & Hartmut Haubold

80. ICHNOFABRICS ELUCIDATE ENTOMBING AND BURIAL HISTORY OF AN ICHTYOSAUR
SKULL. Andreas Wetzel & Achim Reisdorf

81. A TALE OF TWO BURROWS: COMPARISON OF PALAEOCASTOR IN BEAVER
DAEMONELICES WITH ICHNOFOSSILS OF HORNLESS MYLAGAULID RODENTS. Katrina E.
Gobetz

82. TAPHONOMY OF VERTEBRATE TRACES AROUND SALINE, ALKALINE AND FRESHWATER
LAKES. Jenni J. Scott & Robin W. Renaut,

83. MAMMALS AND BIRDS FOOTPRINTS AT RIO NEGRO FORMATION (LATE
MIOCENE-EARLY PLIOCENE), RIO NEGRO PROVINCE, ARGENTINA. Silvia A.
Aramayo, Mercedes
Barros, Soledad Candel & Laura Vecchi

84. TAPHONOMIC FEATURES OF PEHUEN-Cî PALAEOICHNOLOGICAL SITE (LATE
PLEISTOCENE),BUENOS AIRES PROVINCE, ARGENTINA. Teresa Manera de Bianco &
Silvia A. Aramayo

THURSDAY Afternoon

87. A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE USE OF ICHNOFABRIC ANALYSIS. Duncan
McIlroy

94. PORTUGUESE DINOSAUR TRACKSITES AS NATURAL MONUMENTS. Vanda F. Santos
& Lu?s A. Rodrigues


FRIDAY Morning


120. A TRACE FOSSIL ASSOCIATION IN BONES FROM THE LATE CRETACEOUS OF
PATAGONIA, REPòBLICA ARGENTINA. Jorge F. Genise, Silvina de Valais,
Sebasti?n Apestegu?a & Fernando E. Novas


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