Works Cited, References, 
 and Acknowledgements

Works Cited

1.  Barrick, Reese E. & Showers, William J. (1994).  Thermophysiology of Tyrannosaurus rex: Evidence from Oxygen isotopes.  Science, 265: 222-224.

2.  Barrick, Reese E. & Showers, William J. (1995).  Oxygen isotope variability in juvenile dinosaurs (Hypacrosaurus): evidence for thermoregulation.  Paleobiology,  21:552-560.

3.  Barrick, Reese E. (1998). Isotope Paleobiology of the Vertebrates: Ecology, Physiology, and  Diagenesis. in Isotope Paleobiology and Paleoecology.  Richard  M. Corfield and D. Norris (eds).  The Paleontological Society Papers, 4:101-129.

4.  Corfield, Richard M. and Norris, Richard D. (1998).  Isotope Paleobiology and Paleoecology:  So why should paleontologists care about geochemistry?  in  Isotope Paleobiology and Paleoecology.  Richard M. Corfield and D. Norris  (eds).  The Paleontological Society Papers, 4: 1-6.

5.  Folinsbee, R. E. et al. (1970).  Carbon-13 and Oxygen-18 in Dinosaur, Crocodile, and Bird Eggshells Indicate Environmental Conditions.  Science, 152: 1353-1355.

6.  Holmden, C. et al. (1996).  Isotopic and elemental systematics of Sr and Nd in 454 Ma biogenic apatites: implications for paleoseawater studies.  Earth and Planet Sci.  Lett., 84: 181-196.

7.  Ingram, B.L. and Sloan, D.  (1992).  Strontium Isotopic Composition of Estuarine Sediments as Paleosalinity-Paleoclimate Indicator. Science, 247:68-71.

8.  Koch, Paul L. (1992).  Sr isotopic compostion of hydroapatite from recent and fossil salmon: the record of lifetime migration and diagenesis.   Earth planet Sci. Lett.,  108:  277-287.

9.  MacFadden , Bruce J. (1998).  Tale of two rhinos: Isotopic ecology, paleodiet, and niche differentiation of Aphelops and Teleoceras from the Florida Neogene.   Paleobiology, 24:274-286.

10.  Reinhardt, Eduard G. (1997).  A Combined Micropaleontological and Strontium Isotope Methodology as a Paleoceanographic Tool.  Ph.D. Thesis, Carleton  University.

11.  Reinhardt, Eduard G. et al. (1998). Strontium isotopic-paleontological method as a high-resolution paleosalinity tool for lagoonal environments.  Geology, 26: 1003- 1006.

 

 Images From

1.  Dickin, Alan P. (1997). Radiogenic Isotope Geology.  Cambridge University Press:  Cambridge

2.  Dott, Robert H., Jr. and Prothero, Donald R.  (1994). Evolution of the earth.   McGraw-Hill Inc: New York.

3.  Thompson, Ida. (1997).  National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Fossils.  Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.: New York.

Internet  Acknowledgements

1. T-rex image courtesy of Christopher Srnka.

2. Whitetail deer image courtesy Nebraska Game and Parks Commision.

3.  Mass spectrometer image courtesy of Finnigan MAT.

4.  Hippo image courtesy of www.si.edu/natzoo.

5.  Dinosaur teeth image courtesy of House of Onyx.

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