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Re: more on the continuing plot to separate paleontologists from their $
Speaking of which, who else onlist will be attending the Dinosaur
Provincial Park symposium next month? Am I correct in understanding
this meeting will mark the official release of the book?
BScH, Carleton University
Vertebrate Palaeontology & Palaeoecology
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On 8/26/05, James Farlow <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I've very pleased to announce publication of the latest book in my Life
> of the Past series for Indiana University Press:
> P.J. Currie and E. B. Koppelhus, eds., 2005. Dinosaur Provincial Park:
> A Spectacular Ancient Ecosystem Revealed.
> This is a BIG book: 648 pp, plus a CD-ROM supplement.
> It covers EVERYTHING to do with the park's paleo (or should I say, in
> deference to the Canadians, palaeo) resources:
> stratigraphy, sedimentology, plants , invertebrates, small vertebrates,
> dinosaurs, taphonomy, ichnology, paleoecology. LOTS of raw data.
> I expect this to be the standard reference on the topic for some time
> to come. And a bargain at $49.95 US (and I imagine there will be
> discounts offered at SVP).