Ichnologic Books Published in the Nineties, Part 2
Andrew K. Rindsberg
Geological Survey of Alabama
In Ichnology Newsletter no. 20, I presented a list of 28 book-length works on ichnology, including monographs published within serials, but not theses (which may form the basis for a future list). Here is an update. In addition, I draw your attention to important new bibliographies of the ichnology of Brazil (Fernandes, 1993) and of bioerosion (Radtke and others, 1997).
Fillion, Denis, and Pickerill, R. K. 1990. Ichnology of the Upper Cambrian? to Lower Ordovician Bell Island and Wabana groups of eastern Newfoundland, Canada. Palaeontographica Canadiana, no. 7,  + 119 pp., 18 pl. Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists and Geological Association of Canada. [Available for 38.00 Canadian dollars plus postage from: Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists, #505, 206 7th Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alberta T2P 0W7, Canada. Also from: Geological Association of Canada Publications, Department of Earth Sciences, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland A1B 3X5, Canada.]
Leonardi, Giuseppe, 1994, Atlas of South America tetrapod footprints (Devonian to Holocene) with an appendix on Mexico and Central America. Brasília, Companhia de Pesquisa de Recursos Minerais, xxiv + 248 pp., 35 pl. [Available from the Chief Librarian, Tania Freire, CPRM ñ Serviço Geologico do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil, email firstname.lastname@example.org].
Lockley, M. G., Santos, V. F. dos, Meyer, C. A. & Hunt, A. P. (eds.) 1994. Aspects of sauropod paleobiology. Gaia (Revista de Geociencias, Museu Nacional de Historia Natural, Lisbon, Portugal), 10, 279 pp.
Rindsberg, A. K., and Uchman, Alfred. 1998. Ichnology Newsletter, no. 20, 241 pp. [Available from Alfred Uchman; see announcement, this issue.]
Sarjeant, W. A. S., and Langston, Wann, Jr. 1994. Vertebrate footprints and invertebrate traces from the Chadronian (late Eocene) of trans-Pecos Texas. Texas Memorial Museum, Bulletin 36, v + 86 pp., 25 pl. Austin, Texas, USA. [Available from the Texas Memorial Museum, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX 78705, USA.]
Stanley, D. C. A., and Pickerill, Ron K. 1998. Systematic ichnology of the Late Ordovician Georgian Bay Formation of southern Ontario, eastern Canada. Royal Ontario Museum, Life Sciences Contributions 162,  + 56 pp., 13 pl. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. [Available from: Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen's Park, Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C6, Canada.]
Radtke, G., Hofmann, K. & Golubic, S. 1997. A bibliographic overview of micro- and macroscopic bioerosion. Courier Forschung, Institut Senckenberg, 201:117-135.
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