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Peter Larson is founder and president of the Black Hills Institute of Geological Research in Hill City, South Dakota, whose staff was responsible for excavating the T. rex known as "Stan." He lives in Hill City, South Dakota.
Kenneth Carpenter is the dinosaur paleontologist for the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. He is author of Eggs, Nests, and Baby Dinosaurs (IUP, 2000) and editor of The Carnivorous Dinosaurs (IUP, 2005) and The Armored Dinosaurs (IUP, 2001). He lives in Aurora, Colorado.
|Supplemental CD-ROM Contents||p. ix|
|Institutional Abbreviations||p. xv|
|One Hundred Years of Tyrannosaurus rex: The Skeletons||p. 1|
|Wyoming's Dynamosaurus imperiosus and Other Early Discoveries of Tyrannosaurus rex in the Rocky Mountain West||p. 57|
|How Old Is T. rex? Challenges with the Dating of Terrestrial Strata Deposited during the Maastrichtian Stage of the Cretaceous Period||p. 63|
|Preliminary Account of the Tyrannosaurid Pete from the Lance Formation of Wyoming||p. 67|
|Taphonomy of the Tyrannosaurus rex Peck's Rex from the Hell Creek Formation of Montana||p. 75|
|Taphonomy and Environment of Deposition of a Juvenile Tyrannosaurid Skeleton from the Hell Creek Formation (Latest Maastrichtian) of Southeastern Montana||p. 83|
|One Pretty Amazing T. rex||p. 93|
|Variation and Sexual Dimorphism in Tyrannosaurus rex||p. 103|
|Why Tyrannosaurus rex Had Puny Arms: An Integral Morphodynamic Solution to a Simple Puzzle in Theropod Paleobiology||p. 131|
|Looking Again at the Forelimb of Tyrannosaurus rex||p. 167|
|Rex, Sit: Digital Modeling of Tyrannosaurus rex at Rest||p. 193|
|T. rex Speed Trap||p. 205|
|Atlas of the Skull Bones of Tyrannosaurus rex||p. 233|
|Palatal Kinesis of Tyrannosaurus rex||p. 245|
|Reconstruction of the Jaw Musculature of Tyrannosaurus rex||p. 255|
|Vestigialism in a Dinosaur||p. 283|
|Tyrannosaurid Pathologies as Clues to Nature and Nurture in the Cretaceous||p. 287|
|The Extreme Lifestyles and Habits of the Gigantic Tyrannosaurid Superpredators of the Late Cretaceous of North America and Asia||p. 307|
|An Analysis of Predator-Prey Behavior in a Head-to-Head Encounter between Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops||p. 355|
|A Critical Reappraisal of the Obligate Scavenging Hypothesis for Tyrannosaurus rex and Other Tyrant Dinosaurs||p. 371|
|Tyrannosaurus rex: A Century of Celebrity||p. 399|
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