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RE: Don Glut's new Supplement



Yes, all three supplements really are needed since each builds upon
where the last one ends. For example, Supplement 3 has Cedarosaurus in
it with images, description and discussion. Supplement 4 just mentions
that the diagnosis has been "tweaked" by Upchurch, Barrett and Dodson
(in Dinosauria II). If you want the images, you would have to have
Supplement 3.
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
Fax: 303-331-6492
************************************************************
for PDFs of some of my publications, as well as information of the Cedar
Mountain Project: 
https://scientists.dmns.org/sites/kencarpenter/default.aspx

-----Original Message-----
From: Allan Edels [mailto:edels@msn.com] 
Sent: Monday, January 30, 2006 1:23 PM
To: Ken Carpenter; dinosaur@usc.edu
Cc: frontlinefilm@earthlink.net
Subject: RE: Don Glut's new Supplement

Ken, etc.:

I have the original, but I don't have Supplements 1 thru 3.  (Temporary
reversal of fortune).

Would it be recommended to get these other supplements or would the
latest one suffice?

(I am assuming that they all cost around the same - around $100.00).

Thanks,

Allan Edels


>From: Ken.Carpenter@dmns.org
>Reply-To: Ken.Carpenter@dmns.org
>To: dinosaur@usc.edu
>CC: frontlinefilm@earthlink.net
>Subject: Don Glut's new Supplement
>Date: Mon, 30 Jan 2006 13:00:23 -0700
>
>Don Glut's new book, "Dinosaurs: The Encyclopedia. Supplement 4" is now

>out. As with past volumes, this one presents the latest and greatest on

>dinosaurs, this time up through 2005. Most holotypes of dinosaurs named

>since Supplement 3 are described and illustrated. In addition, there 
>are lots of new pictures of previously described specimens (especially
of T.
>rex). There is a section on pterosaurs and another on Mesozoic birds 
>near the end of the volume as well. All in all, it is an excellent 
>addition to any dinosaur-groupie's library :-D
>
>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
>Fax: 303-331-6492
>************************************************************
>for PDFs of some of my publications, as well as information of the 
>Cedar Mountain Project:
>https://scientists.dmns.org/sites/kencarpenter/default.aspx