Preface. 1. Why Study Dinosaurs?. 2. Overview of Scientific Methods. 3. History of Dinosaur Studies. 4. Paleontology and Geology as Sciences. 5. Dinosaur Anatomy and Classification. 6. Dinosaur Evolution. 7. Dinosaur Taphonomy. 8. Dinosaur Physiology. 9. Theropoda. 10. Sauropodomorpha. 11. Ornithopoda. 12. Thyreophora. 13. Marginocephalia. 14. Dinosaur Ichnology. 15. Birds as Dinosaurs. 16. Dinosaur Extinctions. Glossary. Index
Anthony Martin is a Senior Lecturer in Environmental Studies at Emory University, where he has taught for 15 years.
"This book is successful. It is indeed full of valuable and useful information that is generally well packaged and accessible." (Geological Magazine, July 2008)