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BREITHAUPT, B., MATTHEWS, N., & NOBLE, T. (2004). An integrated approach to three-dimensional data collection at dinosaur tracksites in the Rocky Mountain West. Ichnos, 11(1), 11–26.

CHAPMAN, R. E., SNYDER, R. A., JABO, S. & ANDERSEN, A. (2001). On a new posture for the horned dinosaur Triceratops. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 21(Suppl. 3), 39A-40A.

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DECK, L. T., SCHLADER, R., CLEMENT, N., GIBBS, W. & CHAPMAN, R. E. (2007). Especially durable prototypes of fossil specimens and replicas for use in public programming. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 27(Suppl. 3), 67A.

DZEMSKI, G. & CHRISTIAN, A. (2007). Flexibility along the neck of the ostrich (Struthio camelus) and consequences for the reconstruction of dinosaurs with extreme neck length. Journal of Morphology, 268(8), 701–714.

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MÖLLER, J. T., DZEMSKI, G. & CHRISTIAN, A. (2009). Testing an efficient laser scan method to digitize sauropod vertebrae for anatomical and kinematic neck movement simulations. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 29(Suppl. 3), 150A.

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SCHLADER, R., BREITHAUPT, B. H., CLEMENT, N., CHAPMAN, R. E. & PETERSEN, C. (2007). High-resolution virtualization of dinosaur footprints and rock art in the field using a low-cost, high-resolution laser-scanner. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 27(Suppl. 3), 141A.

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