Saturday, December 12, 2009

New issue of Palaeontologia Electronica

Sorry for the slow posts lately. . .it's that end of the year crunch!

To keep you busy in the meantime, there is a new issue of the on-line, open access paleontology journal Palaeontologia Electronica. This has lots of interest, with an editorial for new faculty by new faculty, a review of the current state of bovid systematics and paleontology, digital dinosaurs, and much more.

And, a belated congrats to Sterling Nesbitt and colleagues on the publication of Tawa hallae!


Unknown said...

anorexic dino time again, I guess. Well, Big Al can have some of our leftover turkey, to fatten him up again. :)

Marcia L. Neil said...

Cool -- gait reconstruction! Now when some genuinely-interested archaeologist ultimately investigates the Degolia oracle-bead chronicle found in the northwest PA mountains, you can all see the actual muscle groups & internal organs as well.