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Vertebrate paleontology bibliography

Barnes, F. A., 1975, The case of the bones in stone: Desert Magazine, v. 38, no. 2, p. 36-39.

Bird, R. T., 1985, Bones for Barnum Brown: Adventures of a Dinosaur Hunter: Fort Worth, Texas, Texas Christian University Press.

Bower, B., 1984, Fossils may clarify mammal evolution: Science News, v. 126, p. 213.

Caroll, R. L., 1988, Vertebrate Paleontology and Evolution: New York, W.H. Freeman.

Colbert, E. H., 1955, Evolution of the Vertebrates [1st ed.]: New York, Wiley and Sons, Inc.

---, 1966, Men and Dinosaurs: The Search in Field and Laboratory: New York, E.P. Dutton and Co., Inc.

---, 1980, Evolution of the Vertebrates [3rd ed.]: New York, J. Wiley & Sons, 510 p.

Cope, E. D., 1887, A contribution to the history of the vertebrata of the Trias of North America: Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, v. XXIV, p. 209-228.

Deperet, C., and Savorin, J., 1925, Sur la dcouverte d'une faune vertebrae Timimoun (Sahara occidental): C.R. Acad. Sci. Paris, v. 181, p. 1108-1111.

Fraas, E., 1913, Die neuesten Dinosaurierfunde in der schwabischen Trias: Naturwissenschaften, v. 45, p. 1097-1100.

Gilmore, C. W., 1916, Vertebrate Fauna of the Ojo Alamo, Kirtland and Fruitland Formations, 98-Q of United States Geological Survey Professional Paper: 308 p.

Gingerich, P. D., 1983, Evidence for evolution from the vertebrate fossil record: Journal of Geological Education, v. 31, p. 140-144.

Houck, M. A., Gauthier, J. A., and Strauss, R. E., 1990, Allometric scaling in the earliest fossil bird, Archeopteryx lithographica: Science, v. 247, p. 195.

Iscan, M. Y., and Kennedy, K. A. R., 1989, Reconstructions of Life from the Skeleton: New York, Liss (Wiley), 315 p.

Kemp, T. S., 1982, Mammal-like Reptiles and the Origin of Mammals: London, Academic Press, 363 p.

Kermack, K. A., Mussett, F., and Rigney, H. W., 1973, The lower jaw of Morganucodon: Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, v. 53, p. 87- 175.

Leipzig, M. R., 1990, Principles of Vertebrate Paleopathology [Exclusive of Paleoanthropology] [1st ed.]: Philadelphia, Pa., Carnegie Museum of Natural History, 912 p.

Nelson, R. S., and Semken, H. A., 1970, Paleoecological and stratigraphic significance of the muskrat in Pleistocene deposits: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 81, p. 3733-3738.

Olson, E. C., 1971, Vertebrate Paleozoology: New York, Wiley-Interscience, 839 p.

Osborn, H. F., 1929, The titanotheres of ancient Wyoming, Dakota, and Nebraska: United States Geological Survey, Monograph 55.

Osmolska, H., 1980, The Late Cretaceous vertebrate assemblages of the Gobi Desert, Mongolia: Memoirs of the Geological Society of France, v. 139, p. 145-150.

Ostrom, J. H., 1969, Terrestrial vertebrates as indicators of Mesozoic climates: Proceedings of the North American Paleontological Convention, p. 347-376.

Parrish, J. M., and Carpenter, K., 1986, A New Vertebrate Fauna from the Dockum Formation (Late Triassic) of Eastern New Mexico, in Padian, K., ed., The Beginning of the Age of Dinosaurs: Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, p. 152-160.

Patterson, B., 1949, Rates of evolution in taeniodonts, in Jepsen, G., Simpson, G. G., and Mayr, E., eds., Genetics, Paleontology and Evolution: Princeton, Princeton University Press, p. 243-278; 474 p.

Pitrat, C. W., 1973, Vertebrates and the Permo-Triassic extinction: Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, v. 14, p. 249-264.

Romer, A. S., 1966, Vertebrate Paleontology [3rd ed.]: Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 468 p.

---, 1968, Notes and Comments on Vertebrate Paleontology: Chicago, Ill., University of Chicago Press, 304 p.

---, 1970, The Chaares (Argentina) Triassic reptile fauna VI. A chiniquodont cynodont with an incipient squamosal-dentary jaw articulation: Breviora, v. 344, p. 1-18.

Scott, W. B., 1937, A History of Land Mammals in the Western Hemisphere [Rev. ed.]: New York, American Philosophical Society, 786 p.; Reprint: Hafner, New York.

Simpson, G. G., 1951, Horses: Oxford, Oxford University Press, 323 p.

Tarlo, L. B. H., 1969, Calcified tissues in the earliest vertebrates: Calcified Tissue Research, v. 3, p. 107-124.

Tedford, R. H., 1970, Principles and practices of mammalian geochronology in North America: North American Paleontological Convention, Proceedings, p. 666-703; Part F.

rvig, T., 1967, Phylogeny of Tooth Tissue: Evolution of Some Calcified Tissues in Early Vertebrates, in Miles, A. E. W., ed., Structural and Chemical Organization of Teeth: London, Academic Press.

Watson, D. M. S., 1949, The evidence afforded by fossil vertebrates on the nature of evolution, in Jepsen, G. L., Simpson, G. G., and Mayr, E., eds., Genetics, Paleontology and Evolution: Princeton, Princeton University Press, p. 45-63; 474 p.

---, 1954, A consideration of ostracoderms: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, London B, v. 238, p. 1-25.

Westoll, T. S., 1949, On the Evolution of the Dipnoi, in Jepsen, G. L., Mayr, E., and Simpson, G. G., eds., Genetics, Paleontology and Evolution: Princeton, Princeton University Press, p. 121-188.

Wood, H. E., II, 1949, Evolutionary rates and trends in rhinoceroses, in Jepsen, G. L., Simpson, G. G., and Mayr, E., eds., Genetics, Paleontology and Evolution: Princeton, Princeton University Press, p. 185-189; 474 p.

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