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Proceedings of the Twelth Annual Meeting of the Chinese Society of Vertebrate Paleontology

Proceedings
Edited By: Dong Wei
307 pages, b/w photos, b/w figures, b/w maps
Proceedings of the Twelth Annual Meeting of the Chinese Society of Vertebrate Paleontology
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Language: Chinese, with English summaries

Contents

1. A Review on the Study of Carboniferous-Permian Vertebrates in China
2. The Evolution and Biogeographic History of Lambeosaurine Hadrosaurids(Dinosauria: Ornithischia)
3. The Discrimination of Bird's Life Habit according to Measure index of bones using Artificial neural Network
4. A brief Review on the Pleistocene mammalian faunas in the three gorges area
5. The variations of limb bones in the male and the female equus hemionus
6. The Pleistocene mammalian faunas in northeastern China and related paleonvironment Changes
7. Early Pleistocene artiodactyls from boyueshan, Chongzuo, Guangxi, Southern China
8. The giant panda from the yunxian man site
9. Habitat characters and population evolution of Giant panda
10. Note on two species of small mammals from the Mashandong cave deposits in Chaoyang, Liaoning Province, China
11. Late Pleistocene mammalian fauna from Yangjiapuo Cave, Jianshi, Hubei
12. Exploring the craniofacial morphology of bronze age-iron age of Shanshanyanghai Populations in Xinjiang
13.Virtual and Real 3D Reconstruction of Fossil Specimens
14. An analysis of Micro-Wears on Animal Bones by Obsidian Artifacts
15. On the new Discovery at Majuangou Sites, Nihewan Basin
16. On the Xujiayao Paleolithic archeological site, nihewan basin
17. Paleolithic in xinzhou city, shanxi Province
18. Discovery of Paleoliths at duzhuang, datong city in Shanxi Province
19. Research on the technique of the microlithics from jilin Province
20. Preliminary report on the excavation of the honghuoshan palaeolithic site at baise (BOSE), South China
21. A primary study on lithic industry of northern Jiangsu and southern Shandong in late Pleistocene
22. The stone artifacts of new find in Hainan province
23. Comments on the Earliest artefacts from Eurasia
24. Virtual 3D Museum for fossil specimens
25. Study on status of development of Chinese Vertebrate paleontology by analysis of articles on Nature and Science
26. Criticizing darwin's evolutionism with scientific concept of development
27. Consideration on the measurement of mandibular body thickness
28. Dentition Length of Chinese in Holocene
29. An overview on the Cretaceous dinosaurs and their eggs from laiyang, Shandong province, China
30. Postscript

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Proceedings
Edited By: Dong Wei
307 pages, b/w photos, b/w figures, b/w maps
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