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Late Triassic Terrestrial Biotas and the Rise of Dinosaurs



The latest issue of Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of
the Royal Society of Edinburgh contains a collection of research
papers derived from a special symposium on 'Late Triassic Terrestrial
Biotas and the Rise of Dinosaurs' at the 2009 Society of Vertebrate
Palaeontology Annual Meeting held in Bristol, UK.

This symposium brought together over 16 presentations covering
numerous aspects of the Late Triassic transition. Many of these new
research results are presented for the first time in this special
issue.

http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayIssue?jid=TRE&volumeId=101&seriesId=0&issueId=3-4

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Michael D. Barton
Portland, OR
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