This is the first supplement to the highly acclaimed Dinosaurs: The Encyclopedia that was named an ALA OUTSTANDING REFERENCE BOOK.
The new work, which maintains the arrangement of the primary volume, includes well over a dozen new dinosaurian genera and even more new species and new life restorations. Section I provides introductory text on subtopics such as "The Mesozoic Era," "Ectothermy Versus Endothermy" and "Dinosaur Extinctions." Section II continues the workable ordering of dinosaurian systematics. Section III continues the alphabetical compilation of new dinosaurian genera. Section IV continues the detailing of doubtful genera that have appeared in the paleontological literature.
Contains 353 photos, glossary, appendices, bibliography, and index
"An accumulation and synopsis of the most recent scientific articles on every species described since the preceding volume, and also some older papers that Glut had been previously unaware of. There is an an amazing amount of information that has gone into all of the volumes in this series, including the invalid species and genera that have been previously assigned to Dinosauria. And each volume contains hundreds of important references, illustrations, and photos."…