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RE: Dinosaur Gangs
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- Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2011 14:21:09 -0600
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> There's been quite a bit of noise about writing a book rather than a peer
reviewed paper but Jack Horner did the same with his scavenger theory. I
guess it depends on the book.
Phil's written at least two peer reviewed papers about his 'pack hunting'
Currie, P.J. 2000. Possible evidence of gregarious behavior in tyrannosaurids.
Currie, P.J. and Eberth, D.A. 2010. On gregarious behavior in *Albertosaurus*.
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 47(9):1277-1289.
> This one is not great and has been printed on bog paper which doesn't help.
Since it's not written by Phil himself I'm not surprised.
> Did Horner ever publish a paper on his obligate scavenger theory?
Good question. I know there's a paper in the 1994 Dino Fest volume. I believe
they were peer reviewed, but could be wrong.
BTW - sorry if someone already responded with this info. I get the mailing list
as a digest (only once a day) so sometimes I'm a bit behind the times. : )
Patty Ralrick, MSc
Drumheller, AB, Canada
"Talking isn't something you can do judiciously unless you keep in practice." -
Mr. Gutman (Sydney Greenstreet) in "Maltese Falcon"