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

5.  Dinosaur teeth image courtesy of House of Onyx.

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