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Edited By: K Padian
432 pages, 27 b/w photos, 23 tabs, 164 b/w illus
Summarises the important recent advances in research on faunal change across the Triassic-Jurassic boundary.
'The book is an important assemblage of current and recent research on a critical 'moment' in the history of terrestrial vertebrate life. It will be an important reference for years to come for everyone interested in the Triassic-Jurassic faunal transition.' American Scientist 'The book contains a wealth of material, newly discovered or newly synthesized, on the terrestrial fossil record near the Triassic Jurassic boundary ... the book as a whole, and many of the contributions therein, will be valuable to anyone interested in large-scale evolutionary problems.' Journal of Geology 'This is a broadly conceived and detailed study of a particular interval in the continental record. Anyone interested in the continental Mesozoic, the evolution of the vertebrate communities, or dinosaurs will want to have a copy.' Geology 'This well-edited book is a most valuable contribution to the understanding of the emergence of dinosaurs. Even the relatively novice reader will find the summary chapters clearly understandable.' Choice
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