Further Reading & References

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Fiorillo, A.R., 2008. Dinosaurs of Alaska: implications for the Cretaceous origin of Beringia. Geological Society of America, Special Paper 442, p. 313-326.

Fiorillo, A.R., Hasiotis, S.T., Kobayashi, Y., and Tomsich, C.S., 2009. A pterosaur manus track from Denali National Park, Alaska Range, Alaska, United States. PALAIOS, v. 24, p. 466-472.

Fiorillo, A.R. and Adams, T.L., 2012. A therizinosaur track from the lower Cantwell Formation (Upper Cretaceous) of Denali National Park, Alaska. PALAIOS, v.72, p. 395-400.

Fiorillo, A.R., Hasiotis, S.T., and Kobayashi, Y., 2014. Herd structure in Late Cretaceous polar dinosaurs: a remarkable new dinosaur tracksite, Denali National Park, Alaska, USA. Geology, v. 42, no. 8, p. 719-722.

Tomsich, C.S., McCarthy, P.J., Fowell, S.J., and Sunderlin, D., 2010. Paleofloristic and paleoenvironmental information from a Late Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) flora of the lower Cantwell Formation near Sable Mountain, Denali National Park, Alaska. Paleogeography, Paleoclimatology, Paleoecology, v. 295, p. 389-408.

Tomsich, C.S., Fowell, S.J., and McCarthy, P.J., 2010. Late Cretaceous flora in an ancient fluvial environment: the lower Cantwell Formation at Sable Mountain, Denali National Park, Alaska. Alaska Park Science, v. 8, Issue 2.

Fiorillo, A.R., Hasiotis, S.T., Kobayashi, Y., Breithaupt, B.H., and McCarthy, P.J., 2010. Bird tracks from the Upper Cretaceous Cantwell Formation of Denali National Park, Alaska, USA: a new perspective on ancient northern polar vertebrate biodiversity. Journal of Systematic Paleontology, v. 00, no. 0, p. 1-17.

Fiorillo, A.R., Contessi, M., Kobayashi, Y., and McCarthy, P.J., 2014. Theropod tracks from the lower Cantwell Formation (Upper Cretaceous) of Denali National Park, Alaska, USA with comments on theropod diversity in an ancient, high-latitude terrestrial ecosystem in: Fossil Footprints of Western North America, Lockley, M.G. and Lucas, S.G., eds. NMMNHS Bulletin 62.

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