AffiliationMonash University ; University of Chester ; Kingston University
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AbstractThis book chapter discusses some forty women who made major contributions to the study of fossil vertebrates, especially reptilian taxonomy, by specializing in the dinosaurs and related ‘saurians’. Most who were involved over the first 150 years were not professional palaeontologists but instead wives, daughters and pure (and usually unpaid) amateurs.
CitationIn R. T. .J. Moody, E. Buffetaut, D. Naish, & D. M. Martill (Eds.), Dinosaurs and other extinct saurians: A historical perspective (pp. 111-153). London: Geological Society, 2010.
DescriptionThis book chapter is not available through ChesterRep.
Series/Report no.Geological Society of London special publication