456 pages, Col photos, bw photos, illus, figs, tabs
New edition of this introductory textbook, that seeks to balance scientific rigor with a lively text to show how dinosaurs lived and died as well as what happened to them after they died, with a look at body fossils, trace fossils and taphonomy.
The text is very appropriate for an introductory course on dinosaurs. The material is up to date, the pedagogy is excellent, and the explanations of technical material are accessible. I've already used this text, and will continue to do so - the new edition is an excellent improvement. Raymond Freeman-Lynde, University of Georgia "Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs is packed with information and covers the essential topics thoroughly. Martin's style makes the reading fun and easy, so that the information is easy to assimilate. In addition, the website is an excellent resource, providing a wealth of information and links for further exploration." Gus Winterfeld, Idaho State University
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