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RE: Book List on Paleontology from China (New)



I've bought from them before.
Ken 


Kenneth Carpenter, Ph.D.
Curator of Lower Vertebrate Paleontology/
Chief Preparator
Department of Earth Sciences
Denver Museum of Nature & Science
2001 Colorado Blvd.
Denver, CO 80205
 
Phone: 303-370-6392
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-----Original Message-----
From: owner-dinosaur@usc.edu [mailto:owner-dinosaur@usc.edu] On Behalf Of Phil 
Bigelow
Sent: Wednesday, January 18, 2006 9:27 AM
To: dinosaur@usc.edu
Subject: Fw: Book List on Paleontology from China (New)

This bit of crass commercialism appeared (unsolicited) in my inbox.  I was 
about to delete it when I noticed a passel of newish (2005) books and papers on 
Chinese dinosaurs and the Mesozoic flora and fauna of China.  I removed all 
off-topic book titles.  I present these titles for information purposes only.  
I can't vouch for the vendor, so caveat emptor.  You might be able to obtain 
these books from a different vendor.

NOTE: most of these books are written in Chinese.

<pb>

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From: "CSBS" <hceis@mx.cei.gov.cn>


New publications on Paleontology  from China.

1.
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Mass Extinction and Recovery-Evidence from Paleozoic and Triassic of South 
China (2 volume set) In Chinese with English summary
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By Rong Jiayu etc
Published in 2004
Page: 1132 pages
Price: US$98

This is a mongrphy to discuss mass extinctionand recoveryin prehistory.
It is edited by 39 specialists in this field.

2.
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The Dinosaur eggs fossils in Nanyang, China In Chinese and English illustration
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By Zhou Shiquan
Published in 2005
Size: 215x305mm,hardback
Page: 100 pages+40plates
Price: US$55.00

1 Survey
2 Retrospection and evolvement of research on dinosaur eggs fossils
3 The distributing and stratum of dinosaur eggs fossils
4 Structural of basin with dinosaur eggs and its evolving characteristic
5 Classification of dinosaur eggs fossils and their composition
6 Ancient ecological characteristic of dinosaur eggs fossils
7 Meaning of combination types of dinosaur eggs fossils and other strata periods
8 Division of Chalk¡¯ s boundary
9 Ancient climate in late Cretaceous
10 Extinction of dinosaur pack and boundaries and events
11 Protection of dinosaur eggs fossils
12.Picture Information and Plate Illuminate 13.Postscript 14.Main References

3.
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Dinosaur of Sichuan
In Chinese
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By Zhou Shiwu
Published in 1996
Page: 89 pages+6 color photos
Size: 130x185mm,paperback
Price: US$18

4.
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Annals of the Dinosaur Fossils from Zigong In Chinese
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By Yun Lin
Published in 1993
Page: 219 pages+64 plates
Size: 130x185mm,paperback
Price: US$25

Introduction;
A chronicle of events;
Chapter I Burial;
Chapter II Collections;
Chapter III Specimens;
Chapter IV Conservation;
Chapter V Exhibitions;
Chapter VI Exhibitions abroad;
Chapter VII Scientific researches;
Chapter VIII Zigong Dinosaur Museum the whole course of the compilation of the 
book; Appendices

5.
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Dinosaur Footprints from Mesozoic of Sichuan Basin In Chinese
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By Yang Xinglong and Yang Daihuan
Published in 1987
Price: US$22

This paper describes about 200 dinosaur footprint fossils discovered from upper 
triassic strata at the 7 sites in sichuan basin ,sets up 9 new genus and 11 new 
species on the other hand we makes a investigation about the lift habit the way 
of motions and the body structures of the dinosaur etc. 
moreover we also brifly introduce the history of the study of dinosaur 
footprints in China ,the process of the discovery of the footprint in sichuan 
basin from 1981-1986 and stratigraphical distribution of dinosaur footprint 
fossils of the mesozic era

6.
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Geologic Tripping Guidebook to Zigong Dinosaur and the Karst landscape in South 
Sichuan In Chinese and English bilingual
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By Chen Maoxun
Published in 1991
Size: 140x210mm,paperback
Page: 88 pages+8 plates
Price: US$35

This book has introduced the geologic investigation route for the 30th 
International Geology Conference which will be hele in China. South Sichuan, an 
important geologic scenic area in Sichuan Province, includes a group of caves 
of dinosaur fossils in Zigong which has extremely high investigation value, and 
the grand karst landscape and a number of worthwhile natural or artificial 
scenery as well. The planned route starts from Chengdu, through Zigong, 
Yibin,Junlian,Gongxian,Xingwen,Changning and other citi- es or counties,and 
returns to Chengdu.The main investiga- tive contents are the dinosaur fossils 
of Dashanpu (Zigong), the history of ancient salt industry development and the 
karst landform at Junlian and Xingwen. In addition,the planned scenic spots 
include Zigong City, Yibin City, the Hanging Coffins of the Bo Nationality in 
Gongxian, the ¡°Immense Bamboo Forest¡±in southern Sichuan, etc. This book has 
introduced the development and study history ,the formation, the geologic
 and physiographic survey and characteristics of the above-mentioned landscapes 
,and has given in detail the investigative route ,time ,board and lodging 
places .This Chinese-English bilingual guidebook is easy to understand with 
excellent pictures and composi- tions. Therefore, it is suitable not only for 
geologists from home and aboard, but also for geoscience amateurs ,and 
universities or high school students

7.
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Studies On Ecological Environment of Guanling Biota In Chinese
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By Wang Shangyan
Published in 2005
Size: 185x260mm,paperback
Page: 78 pages+14 plates
Price: US$25.00

Preface
Introduction
Chapter 1 Overview
Chapter 2 Regional Geology Background
Chapter 3 Fossil Assemblage
Chapter 4 Environment of Guanling Biota
Chapter 5 Environment Significance of Geochemical Elements Chapter 6 
Environment Significance of Carbon and Oxygen Isotope Chapter 7 Environment 
Evolution of Guanling Biota Concluding Appendix 1 Data of Geochemical Elements 
Rock, Ration of Part Elements and Standard Data of REE and Chondrite Elements 
Appendix 2 Section Describe of First Section of Xiaowa Formation of Upper 
Triassic in Bamaoling village, Guanling, Guizhou References Plates and its 
explanatory

8.
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Lythraipolles (Fossil) and Its Evolution

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In Chinese with English summary
By Zhou Shanfu, Zhao Xiaohua & Bao Dexian Published in 2005
Size: 185x260mm,hardback
Page: 102 pages+10 plates
Price: US$18.00

The ¡°Huaian Formation¡± in the basin of the Northern Jiangsu is a series of 
terrestrial sediments.The Lythraipolles appeared and adapted itself to 
environment in the original cycle and the early the middle development cycle. 
During the late development cycle and the prosperous cycle, the Lythraipolles 
evolved towards specialization. The specialization produced many species of 
specialization. Specialization is highly adapted to narrow biological 
environment. A slightly change of environment forced these species of 
specialization to die. During the early senesecence cycle. Rare species such as 
the Lythraitas dilutus, L. triangulates and L. giganteus became relict species. 
These relict species grew in the later age. For example, the Lythraites 
giganteus appeared at the Furao, Helongjiang, during Maestrichtian.In this 
paper, 2 new genea, 1 genus of emendation and 47 species are described in the 
text in Chinese, among 2 new genera (Huaianipollis gen. nov. and 
Triphyllopollis gen. nov.),
 1 genus of emendation [Lythraites(Yu, Guo et Mao, 1983) emend.] and 38 new 
species are described in English.

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The Angiospermous Fossil Wood Flora in Wuhan, China In Chinese
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By Qi Guofan
Published in 2005
Size: 185*260mm,paperback
Page: 123 pages+35 plats
Price: US$30.00

This book describes 12 families, 13 genus, 20 species. Among having angiosperm 
9 families,9 genus, 15 species, gymnosperm 3 families, 4 genus,
5 species.This book brings together almost twenty years of active interest and 
research of the authors in the angiospermous fossil wood flora discovered in 
Wuhan. In this fossil wood flora, there are some typical tropic plants which 
indicates a hot and humid climate at the time in area, such as Ormosia pinnta 
Merr., Bishofia javanica Bl., and Acrocarpus fraxinifolius Arn.ex Wight.


12.
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Micropalaeontology of the Qiangtang Basin In Chinese with English summary
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By Sha Jingeng
Published in 2005
Size: 190x270mm,hardback
Page: 292 pages+53 plates
Pirce: US$45

Chapter 1 Algae
Section 1 Jurassic Charophytes from Haixi, Hoh Xil Section 2 Some Cenozoic 
Charophytes from Amdo Section 3Middle to Early Late Eocene Charophytes Flora 
from Baingion Section 4 Middle to Late Jurassic Marine Dinoflagellates from 
Haixi

Chapter 2 Pollen and Spores
Section 1 Late Triassic Palynological Assemblage from Shuanghu Section 2 Middle 
Jurassic Palynological Assemblage from Amdo Section 3 Late Jurassic 
Palynological Assemblage from Baingoin Section 4 Early Cretaceous Palynoligical 
Assemblage from Baingoin Section 5 Tertiary Palynological from Amdo

Chapter 3 protozoans
Section 1 Jurassic Foraminifers from Amdo Section 2 Late Cretaceous 
Radiolarians from Xigaze

Chapter 4 Ostracods
Section 1 Jurassic Ostracods from Haixi and Other Regions Section 2 Ostracods 
of the ¡°Shuanghu Formation ¡°from Amdo

Chapter 5 Conodonts
Section 1 Early Triassic Conodonts from Nyima Section 2 Triassic Conodonts 
Across the base and Top of the Middle Triassic Series from Nyalam

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