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Re: Dinosaur environments

Please, for all of you who write popular dinosaur books,  please write one 
about dinosaurs and their environments!  With lots of pictures!  
I know there are some out there, like Dinosaurs of Western Canada (my fav dino 
book), DInosaurs of North America and various books about T.rex and its 
environment, but one book whose format I really liked was by Don Lessem called 
Dinosaur Worlds.  It is a very useful reference and a great model for anyone 
smart enough to make a more updated version!

  It covers various well known formations and gives examples of plants and 
animals that lived there.  It even makes an attempt to explain how the 
ecosystems interact with the creatures.

  It would be most helpful for those of us who need to find locations to shoot 
at ( that have not been done to death) and have the space of a few days to 
choose wisely.  


On Aug 1, 2010, at 5:41 PM, Thomas R. Holtz, Jr. wrote:

> And, for that matter, in some cases there are NO modern analogs. And, in
> others, the pertinent technical studies have not yet been conducted.
> Scott Hartman wrote:
>> Yes and no...the key is to find modern analogs (particularly ones that are
>> easily accessible), which cannot be found so easily on Google Scholar, I
>> assure you...
> -Scott
> On Sat, Jul 31, 2010 at 11:32 PM, Roberto Takata <rmtakata@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Homework?
>> I could easly find these information using search engines like Google.
>> Google Scholar could be particularly helpful.
>> []s,
>> Roberto Takata
>> On 7/30/10, David Krentz <ddkrentz@charter.net> wrote:
>>>  Can someone please help me with the following?
>>>  The environment and flora of the Tiouraren Formation.
>>>  The environment and flora of the La Amarga
>>>  The environment and flora of the Hanson ( Early J Antarctica.. I think
>> its
>>> named the Hanson...)
>>>  The environment and flora of Elliot Formation ( Upper or Lower)
>>>  Fruit that could be found in the Early Cretaceous.
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