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Dinosaurs of the Air: The Evolution and Loss of Flight in Dinosaurs and Birds
Contents: Preface PART I : Getting Started Chapter 1: A History Chapter 2: The Science of Bird Origins PART II: Skeletons, Bones and Other Remains of the Mesozoic Chapter 3: Skulls Chapter 4:Expand
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AN AVIAN QUADRATE FROM THE LATE CRETACEOUS LANCE FORMATION OF WYOMING
Abstract Based on an extensive survey of quadrate morphology in extant and fossil birds, a complete quadrate from the Maastrichtian Lance Formation has been assigned to a new genus of most probablyExpand
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A revised taxonomy of the iguanodont dinosaur genera and species
Abstract Criteria for designating dinosaur genera are inconsistent; some very similar species are highly split at the generic level, other anatomically disparate species are united at the same rank.Expand
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Cross-National Correlations of Quantifiable Societal Health with Popular Religiosity and Secularism in the Prosperous Democracies
Large-scale surveys show dramatic declines in religiosity in favor of secularization in the developed democracies. Popular acceptance of evolutionary science correlates negatively with levels ofExpand
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Physiological, migratorial, climatological, geophysical, survival, and evolutionary implications of Cretaceous polar dinosaurs
The presence of Late Cretaceous social dinosaurs in polar regions confronted them with winter conditions of extended dark, coolness, breezes, and precipitation that could best be coped with via anExpand
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A NEW FAMILY OF BIRD-LIKE DINOSAURS LINKING LAURASIA AND GONDWANALAND
A new family of theropod dinosaurs is described based on metatarsi from North America and Argentina. Because birds are theropod descendants, there are often problems in assigning isolated metatarsiExpand
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The Scientific American Book of Dinosaurs
Discover how dinosaurs evolved, how they looked, where they lived, how they behaved, and why they died: the current state of knowledge about the Monsters of the Mesozoic, complete in one volume.Expand
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THE MANY MYTHS, SOME OLD, SOME NEW, OF DINOSAUROLOGY
The study of dinosaurs has always been hindered by a body of unsubstantiated or false beliefs about their biology, and about the biology of other animals that can be applied to dinosaurs. Some ofExpand
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