Section 1 provides a thorough history of fieldwork, laboratory studies and paleontological research. Section II provides dinosaurian systematics toward the end of organizing the various taxa into a convenient and workable order. Section III is an alphabetically arranged compilation of dinosaurian genera. Section IV details the doubtful genera that have appeared in the paleontological literature.
`Grander than anything ever accomplished of similar title or reputation' Dinosaur World
`the most thorough and most scholarly dinosaur encyclopedia yet...ought to be in any reference collection' Rettig on Reference
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