Paleonet: Invitation to review books for Priscum

Novack-Gottshall, Philip M. pnovack-gottshall at ben.edu
Wed Jul 9 16:38:33 GMT 2014


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 request ahead of time.) Past Priscum book reviews can be
found at http://www.paleosoc.org/publications.html in past issues of
Priscum. 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.

If you are interested in reviewing one of these books, please contact
book review editor Phil Novack-Gottshall at 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
Book-Review Editor, Priscum

1. Arthur, W. 2011. Evolution: A Developmental Approach. Wiley-Blackwell.
2. Ayala and Avise., eds. Essential Readings in Evolutionary Biology.
Johns Hopkins.
3. Bose, R. 2013. Palaeobiology of Middle Paleozoic Marine Brachiopods:
A Case Study of Extinct Organisms in Classical Paleontology.
SpringerBriefs in Earth Sciences. Springer.
4. Bose, R., and A. Bartholomew, 2013. Macroevolution in Deep Time.
SpringerBriefs in Evolutionary Biology. Springer.
5. Főzy, I. and I. Szente. 2013. Fossils of the Carpathian Region.
Indiana University Press.
6. Gangloff, R.A. 2012. Dinosaurs under the Aurora. Indiana University
Press.
7. Gee, H. 2013. The Accidental Species: Misunderstandings of Human
Evolution. University of Chicago Press.
8. Grande, L. 2013. The Lost World of Fossil Lake: Snapshots from Deep
Time. University of Chicago Press.
9. Levi-Setti. The Trilobite Book: A Visual Journey. University of
Chicago Press.
10. McGhee, When the Invasion of Land Failed. Columbia University Press.
11. Parrish, Molnar, et al. Tyrannosaurid Paleobiology: Indiana
University Press.
12. Prothero. Rhinoceras Giants: Paleobiology of Indricotheres. Indiana
University Press.
13. Rivera-Sylva, Carpenter, and Frey, eds. Dinosaurs and Other Reptiles
from the Mesozoic of Mexico. Indiana.
14. Smith and Lyons. Animal Body Size. University of Chicago Press.
15. Thompson. Relentless Evolution. University of Chicago Press.
16. Titus and Loewan, eds. At the Top of the Grand Staircase, Indiana
University Press.
17. Witton, M. 2013. Pterosaurs. Princeton University Press.
18. Zalohar, J. and T. Hitij. 2014. Fossil Seahorses and Other Biota
from the Tunjice Konservat-Lagerstatte, Slovenia. Siri Scientific Press,
Manchester, UK. ISBN 978-0-9574530-4-3.


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