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CD-ROM Included<br />

New<br />

Perspectives<br />

on Horned<br />

Dinosaurs<br />

The Royal Tyrrell Museum<br />

Ceratopsian Symposium<br />

Edited by Michael J. Ryan,<br />

Brenda J. Chinnery-Allgeier,<br />

and David A. Eberth<br />

“From Archaeoceratops to Zuniiceratops, from Alaska to Mexico, and<br />

from sediments to functional morphology, this book covers much of<br />

present-day research on ceratopsians. These horned dinosaurs are<br />

rendered as living, behaving, and evolving organisms throughout the<br />

36 chapters of this book. I encourage everyone interested in how a<br />

myriad of incredible fossils can inform about life of the past to read it.”<br />

—David Weishampel , co-editor of The Dinosauria and co-author of Dinosaurs: A Concise<br />

Natural History<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2010 656 pp., 310 b&w illus.<br />

NEWPEC cloth 978-0-253-35358-0 $110.00 $77.00<br />

Biology of<br />

the Sauropod<br />

Dinosaurs<br />

Understanding the Life of Giants<br />

Edited by Nicole Klein, Kristian<br />

Remes, Carole T. Gee, and P.<br />

Martin Sander<br />

“Provide[s] much new information on<br />

the biology of Sauropod dinosaurs;<br />

information extrapolated from studies<br />

of extant animals and from unique,<br />

new methodologies for examining<br />

fossil material.”<br />

—Virginia Tidwell, Denver Museum<br />

of Nature and Science<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2010 432 pp., 35 color illus., 148 b&w illus.<br />

BIOASC cloth 978-0-253-35508-9 $59.95 $41.97<br />

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Urumaco and<br />

Venezuelan<br />

Paleontology<br />

The Fossil Record of<br />

the Northern Neotropics<br />

Edited by Marcelo R. Sánchez-<br />

Villagra, Orangel A. Aguilera,<br />

and Alfredo A. Carlini<br />

This critical summary reviews the<br />

recent paleobotanical and vertebrate<br />

fossil record of Venezuela, providing an<br />

understanding of Pleistocene climatic<br />

change and biogeography for the last<br />

few thousand years, and integrating<br />

new information with summaries of<br />

Spanish language works on Venezuelan geology and<br />

paleontology.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2010 304 pp., 8 color illus., 61 b&w illus.<br />

URUVEC cloth 978-0-253-35476-1 $49.95 $34.97<br />

Plants in<br />

Mesozoic Time<br />

Morphological Innovations, Phylogeny,<br />

Ecosystems<br />

Edited by Carole T. Gee<br />

From the world’s experts on<br />

Mesozoic plant life, this book covers<br />

special aspects of particular plant<br />

groups—ranging from horsetails to<br />

ginkgophytes—and relates them to key<br />

innovations in structure, phylogenetic<br />

relationships, Mesozoic vegetation, or<br />

to animals such as dinosaurs.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2010 424 pp., 16 color illus., 84 b&w illus.<br />

PLAMEC cloth 978-0-253-35456-3 $89.95 $62.97<br />

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Dinosaurs of<br />

Eastern Iberia<br />

Edited by Àngel Galobart,<br />

Maite Suñer, and Begoña Poza<br />

Translated by Albert Prieto<br />

Marquez<br />

Written for the general reader, this<br />

book is both a colorful introduction<br />

to the history and study of dinosaurs<br />

and an eye-opening survey of dinosaur<br />

discoveries in Spain. At the time of the<br />

dinosaurs, Iberia was in the process of<br />

becoming a peninsula of continental<br />

Europe and looked very different<br />

than it does today. Now an area only<br />

slightly larger than Vermont and New<br />

Hampshire, Eastern Iberia contains<br />

one of the richest fossil records of Mesozoic vertebrates in Europe. This<br />

record spans an 80-million-year period that includes key moments in<br />

Earth’s history, such as the extinction events at the Jurassic-Cretaceous<br />

and the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundaries. Dinosaurs of Eastern Iberia<br />

tells the story of Iberia’s tumultuous geological history and presents a<br />

detailed synthesis of the region’s dinosaur discoveries, with fact sheets<br />

and reconstructions of each species found there. This volume also<br />

describes the flora and fauna that made up the ancient ecosystems and<br />

explores the paleobiogeography of this dynamic locale.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2011 336 pp., 292 color illus., 5 maps<br />

DINEAC cloth 978-0-253-35622-2 $45.00 $31.50<br />

Islands in<br />

the Cosmos<br />

The Evolution of Life on Land<br />

Dale A. Russell<br />

Foreword by Simon Conway Morris<br />

“Dale Russell is one of the great<br />

creative thinkers of all time in<br />

paleontology. This book—clearly the<br />

product of a full life considering these<br />

questions—does not disappoint.”<br />

—David E. Fastovsky, author of Evolution and<br />

Extinction of the Dinosaurs<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2009 480 pp., 39 color photos, 2 color<br />

illus., 13 b&w illus., 4 graphs<br />

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The Age of<br />

Dinosaurs in<br />

South America<br />

Fernando E. Novas<br />

A generously illustrated comprehensive<br />

overview of the recently discovered<br />

dinosaur fossils of South America, this<br />

first of its kind reports on these unique<br />

and wonderfully diverse dinosaur<br />

faunas.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2009 480 pp., 211 b&w photos,<br />

20 color photos<br />

AGEDIC cloth 978-0-253-35289-7 $49.95 $34.97<br />

A Sea without Fish<br />

Life in the Ordovician Sea of the Cincinnati Region<br />

David L. Meyer & Richard Arnold Davis<br />

With a chapter by Steven M. Holland<br />

A thorough introduction to the abundant<br />

and beautiful rocks, fossils, and ancient seadwelling<br />

animals of the Cincinnati, Ohio region<br />

found in limestones and shales deposited on<br />

the sea floor about 450 million years ago.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2009 368 pp., 102 b&w photos, 14 color photos<br />

SEAWIC cloth 978-0-253-35198-2<br />

$44.95 $31.47<br />

Oceans of Kansas<br />

A Natural History of the Western Interior Sea<br />

Michael J. Everhart<br />

A main selection of the Discovery Channel Book Club<br />

2006 Kansas Notable Book List<br />

A journey to a time when sea monsters roamed<br />

an ocean in the middle of America. Everhart<br />

tells the fascinating story of the discovery of<br />

fossil remains in this area in the mid-19th<br />

century, re-creates the animals and the world<br />

in which they lived, and presents the fruits of<br />

the latest research into the natural history of<br />

America’s ancient inland sea.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2005 344 pp., 82 b&w photos, 12 color photos<br />

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Patagonian<br />

Mesozoic<br />

Reptiles<br />

Edited by Zulma Gasparini, Leonardo<br />

Salgado, & Rodolfo A. Coria<br />

“Field work in the past two decades<br />

has made Patagonia one of the world’s<br />

hotspots for dinosaurian diversity. No<br />

one, not even von Huene, could have<br />

dreamed of the kinds of things that<br />

would be found down there—and by all<br />

indications, will continue to be found.”<br />

—Kevin Padian, <strong>University</strong> of California, Berkeley<br />

Distant and exotic, Patagonia has been<br />

one of the most attractive places for explorers and paleontologists. The<br />

amazing diversity of its fauna and flora, the richness of its fossil record,<br />

and the variety of its paleoenvironments, all contribute to making<br />

Patagonia the focal point for the study of the history of life on Earth.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2007 392 pp., 98 b&w photos, 14 color photos<br />

PATMEC cloth 978-0-253-34857-9 $49.95 $34.97<br />

Echinoderm<br />

Paleobiology<br />

Edited by William I. Ausich<br />

& Gary D. Webster<br />

Highlighting the modern study of<br />

fossil echinoderms, this volume may<br />

hold answers to key questions about<br />

global environmental and biodiversity<br />

change.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2008 472 pp., 129 b&w photos<br />

ECHPAC cloth 978-0-253-35128-9<br />

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Jurassic West<br />

The Dinosaurs of the Morrison Formation<br />

and Their World<br />

John Foster<br />

Jurassic West tells the story of the life of the ancient<br />

world that is now the famous bone beds of the<br />

Morrison Formation as scientists have so far been<br />

able to reconstruct it.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2007 416 pp., 167 b&w photos, 15 color photos<br />

JURWEC cloth 978-0-253-34870-8 $49.95 $34.97<br />

Dawn of the<br />

Dinosaurs<br />

Life in the Triassic<br />

Nicholas Fraser<br />

Illustrated by Douglas Henderson<br />

2007 <strong>University</strong> <strong>Press</strong> Books selected for public and<br />

secondary school libraries.<br />

Nicholas Fraser and Douglas Henderson have created a book in which<br />

the riches of Triassic life are presented with clarity, scientific accuracy,<br />

and imaginative recreation. Every lover of the life of the past will<br />

treasure Dawn of the Dinosaurs.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2006 328 pp., 52 b&w photos, 139 color photos<br />

DAWDIC cloth 978-0-253-34652-0 $49.95 $34.97<br />

After the Dinosaurs<br />

The Age of Mammals<br />

Donald R. Prothero<br />

After the Dinosaurs takes a look at the evolution<br />

of thousands of species of mammals brought forth<br />

during the Cenozoic Era—gigantic hornless rhinos,<br />

sabertooth cats, mastodonts and mammoths, as well<br />

as our own ancestors. This is a book for everyone who<br />

has an abiding fascination with the remarkable life of<br />

the past.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2006 384 pp., 248 b&w photos, 10 plates<br />

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Major Transitions<br />

in Vertebrate<br />

Evolution<br />

Edited by Jason S. Anderson<br />

& Hans-Dieter Sues<br />

A new approach to the study of major transitions<br />

between vertebrate groups, including the recognition<br />

of new transitional tissue types and fossils that are intermediate in<br />

structure between major groups, and new methods for integrating<br />

fossil analysis with developmental studies and for incorporating<br />

developmental data into phylogenetic analyses.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2007 432 pp., 76 b&w photos, 27 color photos<br />

MAJTRC cloth 978-0-253-34926-2 $49.95 $34.97<br />

A History of<br />

Paleontology<br />

Illustration<br />

Jane P. Davidson<br />

Writing from the perspective of an art historian,<br />

Jane P. Davidson traces the history of paleontology<br />

illustration from the 15th century to the present. Both<br />

a history of science and a history of representation, this is a fascinating<br />

exploration of the interactions between art and science.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2008 240 pp., 89 b&w photos, 8 color photos<br />

HISPAC cloth 978-0-253-35175-3 $39.95 $27.97<br />

CD-ROM Included<br />

Tyrannosaurus <strong>rex</strong>,<br />

the Tyrant King<br />

Edited by Peter Larson and Kenneth<br />

Carpenter<br />

Delves into the exciting world of dinosaur exploration<br />

focusing on the mysteries of the ever-popular T. <strong>rex</strong>.<br />

A CD-ROM of additional photographic and filmed<br />

reconstructions is included.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2008 456 pp., 215 b&w photos<br />

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Choice Outstanding Academic Title for 2006<br />

Dinosaur<br />

Provincial Park<br />

A Spectacular Ancient Ecosystem Revealed<br />

Edited by Philip J. Currie & Eva B. Koppelhus<br />

The first scientific overview of the park, its flora and fauna, its major<br />

fossil discoveries, and its ecology, this book is published in celebration<br />

of the 50th anniversary of Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta, Canada.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2005 672 pp., 160 b&w photos, 20 color photos<br />

DINPRC cloth 978-0-253-34595-0 $49.95 $34.97<br />

Feathered Dragons<br />

Studies on the Transition from Dinosaurs to Birds<br />

Edited by Philip J. Currie, Eva B. Koppelhus, Martin<br />

A. Shugar, & Joanna L. Wright<br />

Meat-eating theropod dinosaurs have been recognized<br />

as potential ancestors of birds since the 19th<br />

century, but it was not until the 1960s that work<br />

on Deinonychus revealed the startling similarities<br />

between dinosaurs and birds. With each new small theropod find<br />

the ties became stronger, until the discovery of Sinosauropteryx—a<br />

dinosaur with feathers! Though not all scientists accept the concept<br />

of birds’ being phylogenetically nested within the Dinosauria, others<br />

are now focusing on the evolution of feathers and avian flight. This<br />

book presents 15 new pieces of research, including the first detailed<br />

description of Bambiraptor, a remarkable new specimen from Montana.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2004 376 pp., 150 b&w photos, 22 plates, 1 index<br />

FEADRC cloth 978-0-253-34373-4 $49.95 $34.97<br />

Vertebrate Microfossil<br />

Assemblages<br />

Their Role in Paleoecology and Paleobiogeography<br />

Edited by Julia T. Sankey and Sven Baszio<br />

The minute remains of animals and plants have<br />

proven very useful to paleontologists as tools for<br />

dating large fossils, describing the environments<br />

which existed at the time the fossils were deposited and identifying<br />

and mapping the extent of local floras and faunas, among other things.<br />

This volume presents state-of-the-art papers on important topics and<br />

methods in the analysis of vertebrate microfossil assemblages.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2008 296 pp., 67 b&w photos<br />

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Thunder-Lizards<br />

The Sauropodomorph Dinosaurs<br />

Edited by Virginia Tidwell<br />

& Kenneth Carpenter<br />

The large quadrupedal herbivores known<br />

as sauropods roamed the planet from the<br />

Jurassic to the end of the Cretaceous. The<br />

popular image of these lumbering giants,<br />

placidly consuming ferns, has been greatly<br />

revised in recent years by new discoveries and<br />

new theories about behavior and physiology.<br />

This book presents 21 new studies of the<br />

sauropods. Part I looks at some sauropods<br />

old and new, Part II at juvenile and adult<br />

specimens and ontogenetic variation within<br />

species. Part III concerns morphology and<br />

biomechanics, while Part IV takes up issues of<br />

biogeography.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2005 512 pp., 176 b&w photos, 54 figures, 1 index<br />

THULIC cloth 978-0-253-34542-4<br />

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The Carnivorous<br />

Dinosaurs<br />

Edited by Kenneth Carpenter<br />

An Alternate Selection of the<br />

Discovery Channel Book Club<br />

The meat-eating dinosaurs, or Theropoda,<br />

include some of the fiercest predators that<br />

ever lived. Some of the group’s members<br />

survive to this day—as birds. The theropod/<br />

bird connection has been explored in several<br />

recent works, but this book presents 17 papers<br />

on a variety of other topics. Part I explores<br />

morphological details that are important<br />

for understanding theropod systematics.<br />

Part II focuses on specific regions of<br />

theropod anatomy and biomechanics. Part<br />

III examines various lines of evidence that<br />

reveal something about theropods as living<br />

creatures.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2005 392 pp., 150 b&w photos, 1 index<br />

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Ice Age Cave Faunas<br />

of North America<br />

Edited by Blaine W. Schubert, Jim I. Mead,<br />

and Russell Wm. Graham<br />

Gathers into a single volume the findings of a number<br />

of studies on North American cave paleontology.<br />

Discusses the significance of cave fossils, the reports<br />

about new localities, and studies of specific vertebrate<br />

groups.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

Published in Association with the Denver Museum of Nature & Science<br />

2003 320 pp., 79 b&w photos, 1 index<br />

ICEAGC cloth 978-0-253-34268-3 $65.00 $45.50<br />

Dinosaurs<br />

of Italy<br />

Cristiano Dal Sasso<br />

With the collaboration of Guiseppe Brilliante.<br />

Translated by Barbara Ferrett Rogers<br />

In the last decade, Italian Mesozoic marine deposits<br />

have revealed the unexpected presence of dinosaurs.<br />

Dinosaurs of Italy is a faithful report of those<br />

discoveries. A popular account by one of the leading<br />

dinosaur paleontologists, this up-to-date book tells<br />

the story of the prehistoric animals of Italy and of the discovery in the<br />

Italian rocks of the clue that helped unlock the secret of their demise.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2005 232 pp., 76 b&w photos<br />

DINITC cloth 978-0-253-34514-1 $21.95 $15.37<br />

Horns and Beaks<br />

Ceratopsian and Ornithopod Dinosaurs<br />

Edited by Kenneth Carpenter<br />

Horns and Beaks completes Ken Carpenter’s series<br />

on the major dinosaur types. This book presents new<br />

findings on Triceratops, Iguanodon, and other related<br />

dinosaurs in these two groups.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2007 384 pp., 135 b&w photos<br />

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Wildlife of<br />

Gondwana<br />

Dinosaurs and Other Vertebrates from the Ancient<br />

Supercontinent<br />

Patricia Vickers-Rich<br />

and Thomas Hewitt Rich<br />

Principal Photography by Francesco Coffa<br />

& Steven Morton<br />

Reconstructions by Peter Trusler<br />

Before the six major continents were separated by vast seas, there<br />

existed the landmass of Gondwana (now Australia, South America,<br />

Antarctica, India, Africa, and New Zealand). This book presents the<br />

history of the vertebrate faunas of Gondwana, beginning with the<br />

origin of life, even before Gondwana coalesced, and moving through<br />

time as the continent shifted, along with its vertebrate life. Lavishly<br />

illustrated with hundreds of color photographs, drawings, and<br />

paintings, Wildlife of Gondwana is a major reference to life of the past.<br />

Originally published in Australia in 1993, this corrected and augmented<br />

edition contains new material on fossil discoveries in India.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2000 304 pp., 39 b&w photos<br />

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African Dinosaurs<br />

Unearthed<br />

The Tendaguru Expeditions<br />

Gerhard Maier<br />

Tells the story of driven scientific adventurers at<br />

Tendaguru, a remote site in present-day Tanzania.<br />

They worked under difficult conditions and often paid<br />

the price with their health—and sometimes their lives.<br />

Set against the backdrop of a troubled century, the<br />

book reveals how scientific endeavors were carried out<br />

through war and political turmoil, continuing into the<br />

present day.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2003 432 pp., 50 b&w photos, 7 maps, 1 bibliog., 1 index<br />

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Dragons in<br />

the Dust<br />

The Paleobiology of the Giant Monitor Lizard Megalania<br />

Ralph E. Molnar<br />

Just 50,000 years ago the world was filled with<br />

fabulous creatures that are now forever gone.<br />

Australia’s giant lizard, Megalania, was one of those.<br />

These frightful beasts could reach 19 feet in length<br />

and weigh as much as a polar bear. On their home turf<br />

they were top dog, and it was the rare animal that dared to challenge<br />

them. Dragons in the Dust tells the story of these amazing lizards and<br />

the world in which they lived.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2004 232 pp., 47 b&w photos, 46 figures<br />

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Magnificent<br />

Mihirungs<br />

The Colossal Flightless Birds of the<br />

Australian Dreamtime<br />

Peter F. Murray and Patricia Vickers-Rich<br />

Whitley Medal 2004<br />

Lanzendorf Paleoart Award 2004<br />

Over millions of years, Australia’s unique biodiversity<br />

has produced a large cabinet of curiosities. Among<br />

the weirder members of this group were the Mihirungs, members of<br />

the now extinct family Dromornithidae. Made up of several genera of<br />

flightless birds—among them one of the very largest birds that ever<br />

lived—the dromornithids ranged from 60-kilogram beasts, 1.5 meters<br />

tall, to giants twice that size, weighing nearly half a metric ton. They<br />

were, by orders of magnitude, the largest “geese” that ever lived. One<br />

species was comparable in size to the Elephantbird of Madagascar and<br />

the Giant Moa of New Zealand. This book is the first major study of<br />

this unique and highly diverse group. It aims to present as complete<br />

a synthesis as possible of current information about this fascinating<br />

family of birds.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2004 416 pp., 259 b&w photos, 1 bibliog., 1 index<br />

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Fossil Salamanders<br />

of North America<br />

J. Alan Holman<br />

Call them “mudpuppies,” “hellbenders,” or “mud eels,”<br />

salamanders are puzzling animals to most people. They<br />

come in forms that look like flattened fish with legs,<br />

like eels, like slimy lizards, or like lizards with toad-like<br />

skins. Their life history imitates the ancient evolutionary<br />

transition from aquatic to terrestrial vertebrates, though<br />

several groups remain permanently aquatic. Until now,<br />

no one has written about their ancient ancestors. Holman details the<br />

process of the identification and interpretation of the fossils. He presents<br />

a detailed systematic account of the known fossil salamanders of North<br />

America, illustrates and discusses the extinct salamanders, re-diagnosing or<br />

redescribing some on the basis of additional information and fossil material.<br />

He also gives the modern characteristics, ecological attributes, and modern<br />

ranges of the fossil taxa that are still living.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2006 256 pp., 81 b&w photos, 3 indexes<br />

FOSSAC cloth 978-0-253-34732-9 $49.95 $34.97<br />

Fossil Frogs and Toads<br />

of North America<br />

J. Alan Holman<br />

The heart of this book consists of detailed systematic<br />

accounts of the known fossil frogs and toads (anurans)<br />

of North America and their localities. Extinct fossil frogs<br />

and toads are fully discussed and illustrated, and in some<br />

cases are re-diagnosed and re-described. For fossil taxa still<br />

living, the book gives the modern characteristics, ecological<br />

attributes, and modern ranges, and includes illustrations of diagnostic<br />

skeletal elements.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2003 264 pp., 103 figures, 47 color photos, 1 bibliog., 3 indexes<br />

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Fossil Snakes of<br />

North America<br />

Origin, Evolution, Distribution, Paleoecology<br />

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J. Alan Holman<br />

The book includes detailed accounts of the morphology<br />

and distribution of the fossil snakes of North America<br />

and remarks on their evolutionary, zoogeographic, and<br />

paleoecological patterns. It is meant to be the definitive<br />

work and standard reference for the subject, and includes a color portfolio of<br />

living snake species.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

2000 376 pp., 152 figures, 30 plates, 1 index<br />

FOSSNC cloth 978-0-253-33721-4 $49.95 $34.97

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