Paleonet: Invitation to review books for Priscum

James Farlow farlow at ipfw.edu
Fri Jun 14 15:26:42 GMT 2013


I'd be willing to take a crack at the Padian & Lamm book about bone
histology, if you'd let me shoot for the 1 May deadline

>>> "Novack-Gottshall, Philip M." <pnovack-gottshall at ben.edu> 6/14/2013
11:03 AM >>>
Dear members of the Paleontological Society:

The following volumes are available to Paleontological Society members
in exchange for writing a review in Priscum, the PS newsletter. Reviews
should be informative and engaging and between 400-800 words long. The
tone can be informal and casual, appropriate to recommending or
critiquing a book to friendly colleagues. (Longer reviews are allowed,
but please request ahead of time.) Past Priscum book reviews can be
found at http://www.paleosoc.org/publications.html. Reviews should be
submitted by May 1 for inclusion in the spring/summer issue or December
1 for inclusion in the winter issue.

For reviews of specialized monographs, it is requested that reviewers
have expertise or experience in the taxonomic or stratigraphic group
under study.

Please note that reviewers must be a current member of the
Paleontological Society before beginning review.

If you are interested in reviewing one of these books, please contact
Phil Novack-Gottshall at
pnovack-gottshall at ben.edu<mailto:pnovack-gottshall at ben.edu>
(please do not reply to this listserv!) and arrangements will be made
for delivery and further details on review requirements and timeline.

Sincerely,
Phil Novack-Gottshall
Editor and Book-Review Editor, Priscum


Arthur, W. 2011. Evolution: A Developmental Approach. Wiley-Blackwell.

Bose, R. 2013. Palaeobiology of Middle Paleozoic Marine Brachiopods: A
Case Study of Extinct Organisms in Classical Paleontology.
SpringerBriefs in Earth Sciences. Springer.

Bose, R., and A. Bartholomew, 2013. Macroevolution in Deep Time.
SpringerBriefs in Evolutionary Biology. Springer.

Cantrill, D.J. and I. Poole. 2013. The Vegetation of Antarctica through
Geological Time. Cambridge University Press.

Coram, R. & Jepson, J.E. 2012. Fossil insects of the Purbeck Formation
of Southern England: palaeoentomology from the dawn of the Cretaceous,
144 pp. Monograph Series, Volume 3. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.

Donovan, S.K., R.E. Widdison, D.N. Lewis, and F.E. Fearnhead. 2012. The
British Silurian Crinoidea. Part 3. Addendum to Parts 1 and 2, Camerata
and Columnals. Monograph of the Palaeontographical Society #638.

Dunlop, J.A. & Penney, D. 2012. Fossil Arachnids, 192 pp. Monograph
Series, Volume 2. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.

Fariña, R. A., S. F. Vizcaíno, and G. De Iuliis. Megafauna: Giant
Beasts of Pleistocene South America. Indiana University Press.

Gangloff, R.A. 2012. Dinosaurs under the Aurora. Indiana University
Press.

Padian, K. and E.-T. Lamm, eds. 2013. Bone Histology of Fossil
Tetrapods: Advancing Methods, analysis, and Interpretation. University
of California Press.

Parish, J.C. 2012. The Dodo and the Solitaire: A Natural History.
Indiana University Press.

Penney, D. & Selden, P.A. (2011) Fossil Spiders: the evolutionary
history of a mega-diverse order, 128 pp. Monograph Series, Volume 1.
Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.

Pyne, L.V. and S.J. Pyne. 2013. The Last Lost World: Ice Ages, Human
Origins, and the Invention of the Pleistocene. Penguin.





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