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- American Museum of Natural History. "Trackways." http://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/dinosaurs/trackways/
- Anton, Mauricio et al. "Carnivore Trackways from the Miocene Site of Salinas de Anana (Alava, Spain)". Ichnos. Vol. 11. 2004.
- Bennington, J. Bret. "Fossil Tetrapod Trackways from the Paleozoic." Hofstra University (8/1/2008) http://people.hofstra.edu/J_B_Bennington/research/trackways/trackways.html
- Day, Julis J, et al. "Sauropod Trackways, Evolution and Behavior." Science. Vol. 296. May 2002.
- Henderson, Donald M. "Footprints, Trackways and Hip Heights of Bipedal Dinosaurs -- Testing Hip Height Predictions with Computer Models." Ichnos. Vol. 10. 2003.
- Kuban, Glen J. "An Overview of Dinosaur Tracking." M.A.P.S. Digest. April 1994. http://museum.gov.ns.ca/mnh/nature/tracefossils/english/
- Martin, Anthony. "Dinosaur Tracks and Trackways." Emory University (8/1/2008) http://www.envs.emory.edu/faculty/MARTIN/ichnology/dinotracks.htm
- Mossman, D. J. et al. "Anatomy of a Jurassic Theropod Trackway from Ardley, Oxfordshire, U.K." Ichnos. Vol. 10. 2003.
- University of California Museum of Paleontology: Berkley. "Fossils: Window to the Past." (8/1/2008) http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/paleo/fossils/trace.html