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Newsletter

Publication Date

4-1994

Publisher

Mid-America Palentology Society

Contents

Cover Story and Art Work- David Peters ; The Dinosaurs Who Came in from the Cold- Thomas Rich and Patricia Vickers Rich ; Keeping the Faith- Kristin Donnan ; Dinosaurs of Arizona- Jim Konecny ; Early Birds- David Peters ; The Chronister Site- B. L. Stinchcomb, David Parris, Barbara Grandstaff, Robert Denton ; Dig Those Dinos- Pamels Selbert Our Most Exciting Dinosaur- Allen Graffham ; Dinosaurs and Philatelits- Tony Verdi ; Elongate Dinosaur Tracks- Glen Kuban ; Are Those Dinosaurs Coming Back to Life? William Morgan ; Major Dinosaur Discoveries in Austrailia- Geoff Thomas ; Speculations on the Skull Crests of Some Duck-Bill Dinosaurs- David Jones ; Stan’s Place- Kristin Donnan The Late Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation of the Northwestern South Dakota and its Fauna- Tim Stenerson “Perry” the Sotry of a Pliosaura Discover- George Damone Fossils Rocks and Ancient Environments of the Late Cretaceous Fossil Forest Locality, San Juan Basin, New Mexico; Combining Science and Education- Donald Wolberg The Paleontologist as a Detective and Historian; an Example from the San Juan Basin of New Mexico- Donald Wolberg ; How to Tell a Bird from a Dinosaur- Larry Martin ; An Overview of Dinosaur Tracking- Glen Kuban

Volume

17

Issue

4

Total Pages

218 pages

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M.A.P.S. Digest, vol.17 no.4 (April 1994)

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