BIBLIOGRAPHY OF COPROLITES AND GASTROLITHS

Amstutz, G. C. 1958. Coprolites: a review of the literature and a study of specimens from southern Washington. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 28, 498-508.

Ash, S. R., 1978, Coprolites: Brigham Young Univ. Geol. Stud., p. 69-73.

Bertrand, C. E. 1903. Les coprolithes de Bernissart. Premiere partie, les coprolithes qui ont ete attribues aux Igauanodons. Memoires du Musee Royal d'histoire Naturelle de Belgique, 1[4], 1-154.

Binda, P. L., Nambudiri, E. M. V., Srivastava, S. K., Schmitz, M., Longinelli, A., and Lacumin, P. 1991. "Stratigraphy, paleontology, and aspects of diagenesis of the Whitemud Formation (Maastrichtian) of Alberta and Saskatchewan". In, Christopher, J. E. and Haidl, F. M (eds.), Sixth International Willliston Basin Symposium, Special Publication, 11: 179-190. Saskatchewan Geological Society.

Bradley, W. H. 1946. Coprolites from the Bridger Formation of Wyoming: their composition and microorganisms. American Journal of Science, 244: 215-239.

Bryant, V. M., Jr. and Williams-Dean, G. 1975 The coprolites of man. Scientific American, 232[1]: 100-109.

Chin, Karen 1994. On the Elusive Trail of Fossil Dung. In: Rosenberg, G.F. & Wolberg, D.L., (Eds.) Dinofest: Preceedings of a Conference for the General Public, March 24-26, 1994. Paleontological Society Special Publication #7. University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, pp. 285 - 294.

Chin, Karen 1996. A Coprolitic View of Dinosaurian Herbivory. Dinofest International Symposium: Program and Abstracts, p. 39.

Chin, K. 1996. Woody Conifer tissues in herbivorous dinosaur coprolites from the Late Cretaceous of Montana. Fifth Quadrennial Conference of the International Organisation of Palaeobotany, Abstract Volume, p. 17.

Chin, Karen & Gill, Bruce D. 1996. Dinosaurs, Dung Beetles, and Conifers: Participants in a Cretaceous Food Web. Palaios, V.11, pp. 280 - 285.

Chin, K., Tokaryk, T.T. & Erickson, G.M. 1996. Probable Tyrannosaurus rex coprolite from the Maastrichtian Frenchman Formation of Saskatchewan. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Abstracts of Papers, 16 (Sup. To 3): 27A.

Everhart, M. J. 2000. Gastroliths associated with plesiosaur remains in the Sharon Springs Member of the Pierre Shale (late Cretaceous), Western Kansas. Kansas Acad. Sci. Trans. 103(1-2):58-69.

Whittle, C. H. and M. J. Everhart, 2000. Apparent and implied evolutionary trends in lithophagic vertebrates from New Mexico and
elsewhere, pages 75-82, In Lucas, S. G. and A. B. Heckert, (eds.), Dinosaurs of New Mexico, New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 17.