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Re: Eoraptor Paper?



>From what I've heard, Sereno's been working on a large osteological
overview of Eoraptor for several years, but it's been a terribly slow
process.  I understand it's nearing completion, though, so hopefully
we won't have to W4TP for much longer.  Don't hold your breath,
though...

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On Mon, 22 Nov 2004 21:50:32 -0500, Jon Barber <augray@sympatico.ca> wrote:
> In "The Origin and Evolution of Dinosaurs" (1997. Annual Review of Earth
> and Planetary Sciences 25:435â489) Paul Sereno refers to the following 
> paper:
> 
> Sereno P. C., Martinez R. N., & Alcober O. 1998. The primitive dinosaur
> Eoraptor lunensis (Dinosauria: Theropoda) and the early evolution of
> Theropoda. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Supplement 18: In press.
> 
> The same paper is mentioned on page 6 of his Curriculum Vitae at
> http://www.projectexploration.org/newsletters/sereno-cv.pdf where it's
> listed as "in review". This seems to be from early 2002. It's also
> mentioned in http://www.paulsereno.org/paul_cv_03.pdf on page 5, still in
> review.
> 
> In addition, it's stated as being "in press" with a date of 1996 at
> http://www.ischigualasto.org/english/70publicaciones/bibliogeneral.htm
> 
> Has this paper since been published, and if not, does anyone know when it
> will be? What's taking so long?