Selected readings

Bakker, R. T. 1986. The Dinosaur Heresies. New York: William Morrow and Company, 481pp.

Chin, K. 1997. What did dinosaurs eat? Coprolites and other direct evidence of dinosaur diets. In Farlow, J. and Brett-Surman, M. K. (eds.), The Complete Dinosaur. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, IN, pp. 371-382.

Dodson, P. 1990. Counting dinosaurs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 87, 7608-7612.

Fastovsky, D. E. 2000. Dinosaur architectural adaptations for a gymnosperm-dominated world. In Gastaldo, R. A. and DiMichele, W. A. (eds.), Phanerozic Terrestrial Ecosystems. The Paleontological Society Papers, vol. 6, pp. 183-207.

Fastovsky, D. E., Huang, Y., Hsu, J., Martin-McNaughton, J., Sheehan, P. M. and Weishampel, D. B. 2004. The shape of Mesozoic dinosaur richness. Geology, 32, 877-880.

Tiffney, B. H. 1989. Plant life in the age of dinosaurs. Short Courses in Paleontology, 2, 34-47.

Tiffney, B. H. 1997. Land plants as food and habitat in the age of dinosaurs. In Farlow, J. and Brett-Surman, M. K. (eds.), The Complete Dinosaur. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, IN, pp. 352-370.

Wang, S. C. and Dodson, P. 2006. Estimating the diversity of dinosaurs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 103, 13601-13605.

Weishampel, D. B. and Norman, D. B. 1989. Vertebrate herbivory in the Mesozoic: jaws, plants, and evolutionary metrics. Geological Society of America Special Paper no. 238, pp.87-100.

Wing, S. and Tiffney, B. H. 1987. The reciprocal interaction of angiosperm evolution and tetrapod herbivory. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 50, 179-210.

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