Sauropod dinosaur research: a historical review

@inproceedings{Taylor2010SauropodDR,
  title={Sauropod dinosaur research: a historical review},
  author={M. Taylor},
  year={2010}
}
  • M. Taylor
  • Published 2010
  • Geology
  • Abstract In the 169 years since Owen named a tooth as Cardiodon, the study of sauropod dinosaurs has gone through several distinct periods. In the early years, a sequence of descriptions of isolated skeletal elements gave rise to a gradually emerging understanding of the animals that would later be known as sauropods. The second phase began in 1871 with Phillips's description of Cetiosaurus oxoniensis, the first reasonably complete sauropod, and continued with the Marsh-Cope Bone Wars and the… CONTINUE READING
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