|Dinosaur Tracks and Trackways|
This University of Bristol page discusses the process and importance of studying dinosaur tracks and trackways. Beginning with footprint morphology and preservation, it covers track taphonomy, ichnotaxonomy, dinosaur posture and stance, behavior, gait and speed, paleoecology and how to identify the trackmaker. Links are provided for additional resources.
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DLESE Catalog ID: DLESE-000-000-003-568
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Publisher: University of Bristol Department of Earth Sciences
Author: Myles J. McLeod
University of Bristol Department of Earth Sciences