Index

Bats, 180

Bear Paw Sea, 24, 41 Bear Paw shale, 23-24, 27, 28-29, 40, 46, 48, 49, 75-76, 195; formation of, 31-32, 41-44 Bipedalism, 68, 85 Bird, Roland T., 131 Birds, 57, 84, 71, 104, 113, 172,173, 179, 180, 188 Bones: fossilization of, 55-56, 130, 131; growth patterns of, 56-57, 84, 163-65, 173-75, 175, 182-83, 185-86, 188; preparing cross sections of, 176-77 Bradymetabolic creatures, 179-81 Braided streams, 109,

119-20 Brandvold, John, 33, 51, 52, 59-62, 81, 95, 120, 140

Brandvold, Marion, 33-36,35, 47, 49, 51, 52, 59-62, 81, 95, 99, 112,120,140,191, 192,197 Brandvold site, 120-23, 124, 125, 126,127, 128,129, 140 Brontosaurus, 68 Brown, Barnum, 86 Brown, S., 173 Buckland, William, 170

Caliche, 103-4, 105, 195 Camposaur, 124, 125,

126-30, 132 Canals, vascular, 175,

175, 185 Cancro, Wayne, 124, 147 Carnegie Museum, 22, 119

Carnosaurs, 107, 129 Centrum, 57 Ceratopsians, 45, 72, 73,

77, 79, 186, 192, 193 Children's dig, 126-28 Classification systems,

Coastal plains, upper vs. lower, 27-28, 28, 194-96 Coldbloodedness, 178 Colorado Sea, 39-41,

83, 136, 190 Cretaceous period, 19, 38, 38-39, 49, 66, 68-69, 72-73, 77, 81, 119, 130, 131, 136, 138,153, 190, 195; interior seaway in, 23, 24, 24, 31-32, 39-44, 87-88, 190 Currie, Philip, 106,

154-55,195-96, 198 Cuvier, Baron Georges, 169,170-71

Darwin, Charles, 66, 169 Decay, 55

Defense adaptations, 137-38, 190

Deinonychus, 71, 172 Digging procedures, 124-26, 125, 143, 146, 147-51 Dinosauria, 69, 71 Dinosaurs: biological classification of, 69-72,

73-74, 73; early fossil finds of, 69 , 74-75; finding new species of, 62-63; history of, 65-73; as land vs. marine animals, 23, 79-80; as warm- vs. coldblooded animals, 18, 59, 113, 114, 115, 165, 168, 171-84; see also specific topics

Displays, 85, 136-37, 190 Dodson, Peter, 46, 194 Dorr, John, 195 Douglass, Earl, 23, 28,

32, 36, 75-76 Duckbills, 23, 25, 45, 56, 56; displays in, 136; early fossil finds of, 69,

74-75; in fossil collections, 75-77; history of, 69, 72-73; juveniles misidentified as adults, 48-49; as land vs. marine animals, 79-80; limbs of, 84-85, 85; locomotion of, 80; noises made by, 81; skulls of, 79-80; subfamilies of, 73-74, 73; success of, 77; teeth of, 77-79, 78, 86; see also Baby dinosaurs; Eggs; Hadrosaurs; Lambeosaurs; Maiasaurs; Nests

Earthquakes, 39 Ectothermy, 178-81

Egg Gulch (Egg Dance

Coulee), 107-8, 149 Egg Island, 162-63, 164 Egg Mountain, 139-62, 164, 182; circumstances of life at,

156-62; discovery of, 139-42; excavation of, 143, 146, 147-51; identification of new dinosaur species at, 152-56; lake bed around, 146-47

Eggs, 26, 47-48, 63, 98, 106-8, 126, 192, 194; arrangement of, in nests, 107, 112; fragments of, as indicator of nests, 100-2; hatching of, 112, 113,115; laying of, 112, 145-46, 161-62; predation of, 113, 161; in rows, 142, 144-45; spiral clutches of, 144-45, 151-52, 152,

Eldredge, Niles, 87 Elk Horn Mountains, 130 Embryos, 98, 107, 163-65, 174, 177 Endothermy, 178-81 Energetics, 183-84 Enlow, D. H., 173 Erosion, 32, 41-44, 93,

94, 102, 105 Evolution, 66-67, 137, 169; rapid vs. slow, 86-89

Fabrosaurids, 155 Family groups, 121, 133 Femurs, 34, 35, 56, 56, 165

Fire Ridge, 133 Footprints, 25, 131-32 Foredeeps, 40-44, 41, 91-93

Formations, 36-38, 40 Fossil collections, 75-77, 119

Fossilization, 55-56, 130, 131

Foulke, William Parker, 75

French, Larry, 32

Galton, Peter, 71 Gavin, Will, 93, 127-28 Ghost Ranch, 25 Gilmore, Charles, 48-49,

192-93, 194 Glaciers, 45 Goodwin, Mark, 194 Gorman, James, 15-19 Gould, Stephen Jay, 87 Growth patterns, 56-57, 84, 163-65, 173-75, 175, 178, 182-83, 185-86, 188 Growth rings, 175, 175 Gryposaurus, 80 Guthrie, A. B. (Bud), 94, 96, 97, 140

Hadrosaurs, 70, 72, 78, 80 , 81, 84 , 86 , 87, 98, 121, 123, 128, 137, 143, 172, 186, 192, 193; evolution of, 190; in fossil collections,

75-77; lambeosaurs vs., 73-74, 73; see also Duckbills; Maiasaurs

Hadrosaurus foulkii, 75,

76-77, 170 Hardpan, 44 Haversian canals, 175,

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