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Re: T rex book chapters



I need this book yesterday!!!



Andrew Simpson


--- Ken.Carpenter@dmns.org wrote:

> I received an offline email earlier today asking
> about the T rex book to
> be published by Indiana U. Press (not light
> reading). To head off having
> to give the same answer repeatedly, here is a list
> of the chapters and
> summary of each (comes with a CD also):
> 
> 1. One Hundred Years of Tyrannosaurus rex: The
> Skeletons Neal L. Larson
> (lists the 34 T rex specimens, gives collecting
> information, where
> housed, catalog numbers, list of material)
> 
> 2. Wyoming's Dynamosaurus imperiosus and Other Early
> Discoveries of
> Tyrannosaurus rex in the Rocky Mountain West Brent
> H. Breithaupt,
> Elizabeth H. Southwell, and Neffra A. Matthews
> (summary of T rex from
> Wyoming)
> 
> 3. How Old Is T. rex? Challenges with the Dating of
> Terrestrial Strata
> Deposited during the Maastrichtian Stage of the
> Cretaceous Period Kirk
> Johnson (age dates for strata containing T rex)
> 
> 4. Preliminary Account of the Tyrannosaurid Pete
> from the Lance
> Formation of Wyoming Kraig Derstler and John M.
> Myers (taphonomy of
> Pete)
> 
> 5. Taphonomy of the Tyrannosaurus rex Peck's Rex
> from the Hell Creek
> Formation of Montana Kraig Derstler and John M.
> Myers (taphonomy of
> Pecks Rex)
> 
> 6. Taphonomy and Environment of Deposition of a
> Juvenile Tyrannosaurid
> Skeleton from the Hell Creek Formation (Latest
> Maastrichtian) of
> Southeastern Montana Michael D. Henderson and
> William H. Harrison
> (taphonomy of juv T rex Jane, aka "Nanotyrannus")
> 
> 7. One Pretty Amazing T. rex Mary Higby Schweitzer,
> Jennifer L.
> Wittmeyer, and John R. Horner (T rex soft tissue;
> color images on CD)
> 
> 8. Variation and Sexual Dimorphism in Tyrannosaurus
> rex Peter L. Larson
> (sex and variation)
> 
> 9 Why Tyrannosaurus rex Had Puny Arms: An Integral
> Morphodynamic
> Solution to a Simple Puzzle in Theropod Paleobiology
> Martin Lockley,
> Reiji Kukihara, and Laura Mitchell (new explanation
> for small arms)
> 
> 10. Looking Again at the Forelimb of Tyrannosaurus
> rex Christine Lipkin
> and Kenneth Carpenter (expansion of Carpenter and
> Smith on forearm)
> 
> 11. Rex, Sit: Digital Modeling of Tyrannosaurus rex
> at Rest Kent A.
> Stevens, Peter L. Larson, Eric D. Wills, and Art
> Anderson (computer
> modeling how T rex got up; movies on CD)
> 
> 12. T. rex Speed Trap Phillip L. Manning (footprint
> and speed)
> 
> 13. Atlas of the Skull Bones of Tyrannosaurus rex
> Peter L. Larson (all
> skull bones of Stan in multiple views; images on CD)
> 
> 14. Palatal Kinesis of Tyrannosaurus rex Hans C. E.
> Larsson (palate
> movement)
> 
> 15. Reconstruction of the Jaw Musculature of
> Tyrannosaurus rex Ralph E.
> Molnar (jaw muscles)
> 
> 16. Vestigialism in a Dinosaur William L. Abler (T
> rex tooth anatomy)
> 
> 17. Tyrannosaurid Pathologies as Clues to Nature and
> Nurture in the
> Cretaceous Bruce M. Rothschild and Ralph E. Molnar
> (pathologies)
> 
> 18. The Extreme Lifestyles and Habits of the
> Gigantic Tyrannosaurid
> Superpredators of the Late Cretaceous of North
> America and Asia Gregory
> S. Paul (paleobiology of T rex)
> 
> 19. An Analysis of Predator-Prey Behavior in a
> Head-to-Head Encounter
> between Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops John Happ
> (pathological
> evidence of attack on Triceratops)
> 
> 20. A Critical Reappraisal of the Obligate
> Scavenging Hypothesis for
> Tyrannosaurus rex and Other Tyrant Dinosaurs Thomas
> R. Holtz
> Jr.(paleobiology and morphological evidence for T
> rex as active
> predator)
> 
> 21. Tyrannosaurus rex: A Century of Celebrity Donald
> F. Glut (T rex in
> popular culture).
> 
>
http://www.iupress.indiana.edu/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=1037_3025_
> 3124&products_id=76762
> 
> 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 USA
> 
> Office phone: 303-370-6392
> Museum fax: 303-331-6492
>
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