Paleonet: Invitation to review books for Priscum
Novack-Gottshall, Philip M.
pnovack-gottshall at ben.edu
Thu Jun 16 15:52:33 GMT 2016
Dear PaleoNet members:
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 alert before submitting review.) Past Priscum book reviews can be found in past issues at http://paleosoc.org/programs/publications/. Reviews should be submitted by December 1 for inclusion in the winter issue or May 1 for inclusion in the spring/summer 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. Membership can be made or renewed at http://www.paleosoc.org/. (In most cases, the cost of the reviewed book is greater than membership cost.)
If you are interested in reviewing one of these books, please contact book review editor 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.
Book-Review Editor, Priscum
Benton, R.C., D.O. Terry, Jr, E. Evanoff, and H.G. McDonald. 2015. The White River Badlands: Geology and Paleontology. Indiana Univ. Press.
Chiappe, L.M. and M. Qingjin. 2016. Birds of Stone: Chinese Avian Fossils from the Age of Dinosaurs. Johns Hopkins Univ. Press.
Debrenne, F. W.D. Hartman, S. Kershaw, et al. 2015. Part E, Porifera (revised), Hypercalficied Porifera, vol. 4–5. (2 volumes) P. A. Selden, ed. Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology. Geological Society of America and University of Kansas, New York and Lawrence, KS.
Falkingham, P.L., D. Marty, and A. Richter. 2016. Dinosaur Tracks: The Next Steps. Indiana Univ. Press.
Fariña, R. A., S. F. Vizcaíno, and G. De Iuliis. 2013. Megafauna: Giant Beasts of Pleistocene South America. Indiana Univ. Press.
Fortey, R. 2015 (1982). Fossils: The Key to the Past. 5th ed. Cornell Univ. Press.
Gangloff, R.A. 2012. Dinosaurs under the Aurora. Indiana Univ. Press.
Gerlach, J., ed. 2014. Western Indian Ocean Tortoises: Ecology, Diversity, Evolution, Conservation, Palaeontology. Siri Scientific Press.
Hallett, M. and M.J. Wedel. 2016. The Sauropod Dinosaurs: Life in the Age of Giants. Johns Hopkins Univ. Press.
Kemp, T.S. 2016. The Origin of Higher Taxa: Paleobiological, Developmental, and Ecological Perspectives. Oxford Univ. Press and Univ. of Chicago Press.
Pérez-Lorente, F. 2015. Dinosaur Footprints and Trackways of La Rioja. Indiana Univ. Press.
Penney, D. 2016. Amber Palaeobiology: Research Trends and Perspectives for the 21st Century. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.
Prothero, D.R. 2016. Giants of the Lost World: Dinosaurs and Other Extinct Monsters of South America. Smithsonian Books.
Rieppel, O. 2016. Turtles as Hopeful Monsters. Indiana Univ. Press.
Sánchez-Villagra, M.R. and N. MacLeod, eds. 2014. Issues in Paleaeobiology: A Global View. Interviews and Essays. Scidinge Hall, Zürich, Germany.
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