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Re: Fwd: Dinosaur tracks from Japan + more news + official APP papers
I greatly appreciate it when you do mention the final published articles.
Especially for APP.
I am largely opposed to the early access stuff as it just causes no end of
headache in regards to citations. Acta Paleontological Polonica is particularly
egregious in that their early view is basically a non-formatted manuscript.
Couple that with a 2(!?) year publishing period and it becomes really easy to
forget about anything published in that journal.
So, yeah, I support mentioning the final published form of previous early view
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From: Ben Creisler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2014 2:16 AM
Subject: Fwd: Dinosaur tracks from Japan + more news + official APP papers
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From: Ben Creisler <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, Sep 15, 2014 at 10:39 PM
Subject: Dinosaur tracks from Japan + more news + official APP papers
A number of recent news stories and blog items:
Theropod, sauropod, and pterosaur tracks found in Katsuyama,
Kitadanichosugiyama, Fukui Prefecture, in Japan. The theropod tracks
are in a consecutive series, indicating walking speed. The age is
Cretaceous (120 million years ago). (in Japanese with photos)
Scientists Reveal the Complex Early Evolution of the Bird’s ‘Breastbone’
New Pterosaur Resembling 'Avatar' creature found in Northeastern China
Adam Schran, honored with Dreadnoughtus schrani
OK--I can't vouch for what this really is, but it sort of looks like
something with a set of jaws like a theropod or maybe a mosasaur....
Tourists on rafting trip find "dinosaur skull" in stream in Siberia
(with photos)(in Russian)
One issue I have not really dealt with in posting articles is the
first publication of an article online, sometimes in manuscript form,
and the official publication with page numbers and valid taxa. I
usually post the original "advance" publication of an article but not
the final official publication. When articles are in open access,
though, it may be worth noting the final form.
For example, this article on vegetation across the K-Pg boundary is
now out in final form and easier to read than the manuscript form
first posted in the DML:
Vivi Vajda & Antoine Bercovici (2014)
The global vegetation pattern across the Cretaceous–Paleogene mass
extinction interval: A template for other extinction events.
Global and Planetary Change 122: 29-49 Open Access
The new issue of open access Acta Palaeontologica Polonica is out with
papers that were posted in 2012.
Here are the final versions:
W. Scott Persons, IV, Philip J. Currie, and Mark A. Norell (2014)
Oviraptorosaur tail forms and functions.
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 59 (3): 553-567
Ariel H. Méndez (2014)
The cervical vertebrae of the Late Cretaceous abelisaurid dinosaur
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 59 (3): 569-579
Camarillasaurus cirugedae Sánchez-Hernández and Benton, 2014
Bárbara Sánchez-Hernández and Michael J. Benton (2014)
Filling the ceratosaur gap: A new c
an theropod from the
Early Cretaceous of Spain.
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 59 (3): 581-600
Matt Davis (2014)
Census of dinosaur skin reveals lithology may not be the most
important factor in increased preservation of hadrosaurid skin.
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 59 (3): 601-605
Ragna Redelstorff, P. Martin Sander, and Peter M. Galton (2014)
Unique bone histology in partial large bone shafts from Upper Triassic
of Aust Cliff, England: An early independent experiment in gigantism.
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 59 (3): 607-615
Oohkotokia horneri Penkalski, 2014
Paul Penkalski (2014)
A new ankylosaurid from the late Cretaceous Two Medicine Formation of
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 59 (3): 617-634
Seismophis septentrionalis Hsiou, Albino, Medeiros, and Santos, 2014
Annie S. Hsiou, Adriana M. Albino, Manuel A. Medeiros, and Ronny A.B.
The oldest Brazilian snakes from the Cenomanian (early Late Cretaceous).
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 59 (3): 635-642
Andrea Cau and Federico Fanti (2014)
A pliosaurid plesiosaurian from the Rosso Ammonitico Veronese
Formation of Italy.
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 59 (3): 643-650
Zhalmouzia bazhanovi Averianov and Archibald, 2014
Alexander Averianov, J. David Archibald, and Gareth J. Dyke (2014)
A new eutherian mammal from the Late Cretaceous of Kazakhstan.
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 59 (3): 537-542