Robert T. Bakker - Nature - 1986 - 481 pages
One of the world's leading paleontologists presents revolutionary discoveries about how dinosaur brains worked, how their metabolism influenced their lives, and comments on ...
David Norman - Nature - 1985 - 208 pages
More than seven hundred illustrations, drawings, photographs, and diagrams, mostly in full-color, accompany an informative text that discusses the lives of sixty-eight of the ...
Dougal Dixon - Nature - 1988 - 120 pages
Looks at how the dinosaurs might have evolved if they hadn't become extinct, and shows and describes the characteristics of these hypothetical creatures
John Noble Wilford - Nature - 1985 - 304 pages
Sketches the history of paleontology, traces the study of dinosaurs, and summarizes what we have learned about their lives and the reason for their extinction
John R. Horner, Don Lessem - Nature - 1993 - 239 pages
A look at the Tyrannosaurus Rex discusses the animal's speed, its warm-bloodedness, its dimensions and anatomy, and its gender differences, offering excavation photos and line ...
Frank DeCourten - Nature - 1998 - 300 pages
Traces the history of one of the world's most productive dinosaur-fossil producing regions, and describes the Mesozoic terrestrial ecosystem that produced them
Darren Naish - Nature - 2009 - 192 pages
This elegantly illustrated volume is a journey through more than two centuries of remarkable discovery. Books on dinosaurs are usually arranged by classification or epoch, but ...
David Norman - 1991 - 192 pages
Discusses dinosaurs, their life, death, and discovery, and describes the techniques used for making the TV series "Dinosaurs!"
Spencer G. Lucas - 1994 - 290 pages
This text is intended for a one-quarter or one-semester introductory course on dinosaurs. Dinosaurs: The Textbook is a monument to our present understanding of these wonderful ...