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Re: Frontiers in Dinosaur Research
I think I also remember seeing some of these at Book Off (a Japanese
used book store) a few years ago, so if you know anyone in Japan, they
might be able to try and find it for you.
On 6/22/07, M Sakamoto, Earth Sciences <M.Sakamoto@bristol.ac.uk> wrote:
As far as I am aware, this title went out of print quite some time ago - I
think I was still a teenager. I only found out about this magazine when it
had just gone out of print, and just managed to get a hold of a few of the
then-newest issues still on the shelves of the bookshop.
The Japanese Amazon has some but not all volumes available as 'Used & New'
from other sellers.
They're the ones with the volume numbers in parentheses.
--On Friday, June 22, 2007 08:48 -0600 "Jerry D. Harris"
> Along the lines of what Tom said, OCLC WorldCat only lists one
> library that has this -- the AMNH, and even then, they appear to only
> hold vol. 8 (from 1994).
> On the plus side, it looks like OCS may still be in existence
> (http://www.shipocs.com/) -- if anyone finds out that they still have
> copies left, please let me know!
> Jerry D. Harris
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> "Trying to estimate the divergence times
> of fungal, algal or prokaryotic groups on
> the basis of a partial reptilian fossil and
> protein sequences from mice and humans
> is like trying to decipher Demotic Egyptian with
> the help of an odometer and the Oxford
> English Dictionary."
> -- D. Graur & W. Martin (_Trends
> in Genetics_ 20, 2004)
Department of Earth Sciences,
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