Vitae

 Tracy Lee Ford


Education:

Mesa College, San Diego.

Art and paleontology self-taught.

 

Professional Affiliations:

Society of Vertebrate Paleontology

Paleontological Society

Southwest Paleontological Society

Garden Park Paleontological Society

Friends of the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology

University of Wyoming

Department Associate for the San Diego Natural History Museum (for a short time, no longer)

 

Research Interest:

Dinosaur phylogeny and biology.

Fish and teterapods of the Paleozoic and Mesozoic.

I have helped paleontologist and laymen with sending them requested research articles.

 

Consulting/Department of Paleontological Services (formerly PaleoServices, Inc.):

PaleoServices, Inc. (established in 1984) merged with the SDNHM in 1995 and provides Paleontological services to local municipalities and development firms. Services include resource assessments at the EIR/EIS stage of development and impact mitigation during the construction stage of development (residential and commercial development projects, pipeline and transmission line projects, and municipal and institutional projects).

 

Published Bibliography:

Ford, Tracy Lee, 1997. Did Theropods have Lizard Lips? Southwest Paleontological Symposium – Proceedings, 1997: 65-78.

Ford, Tracy Lee, 1998. A crocodile smile, or a lizard smile, which was it for theropods? The Dinofest Symposium, Presented by. The Academy of Natural Sciences Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 17-19, 1998. Edited by D. L. Wolberg, K. Gittis, S. Miller, L. Carey and A. Raynor: 15-16.

Ford, Tracy Lee, 1999. A review of the Hadrosaurs from California. In: Southwest Paleontological Symposium-Proceedings 1999, edited by Bob McCord and Debra Boaz, Mesa Southwest Museum Bulletin Number 6: 59-60.

Ford, Tracy Lee, 1999. Is “Mepto-Dog” an important specimen? Southwest Paleontological Symposium, Mesa Southwest Museum Bulletin Number 7: 39-56.

Ford, Tracy Lee, 2000. A review of ankylosaur osteoderms from New Mexico and a preliminary review of ankylosaur armor. In: Dinosaurs of New Mexico, edited by Lucas S. G., and Heckert A. B., New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin number 17: 157-176.

Ford, Tracy Lee, 2001, The armor of sauropods: In: The Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, volume 21, supplement to number 3, Abstracts of Papers, sixty-first annual meeting, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology: 50A.

Ford, Tracy Lee, 2002, Marine dinosaurs? Why are there so many hadrosaurids and ankylosaurids found in marine deposits? Southwest Paleontological Symposium-Proceedings 2002, no pagination.

Ford, Tracy Lee, and Daniel J. Chure, 2001. “Aublysodon” teeth from the El Gallo Fm. (Late Campanian) of Baja California: the southernmost record of tyrannosaurid theropods. In: Western Association of Vertebrate paleontologist with Mesa Southwest Museum and Southwest Paleontological Society, Mesa, Arizona, First meeting of the new Millennium, Abstracts.

Ford, Tracy Lee, and Daniel J. Chure, 2001, Ghost lineages and paleogeographic and temporal distributions of tyrannosaurids: In: The Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, volume 21, supplement to number 3, Abstracts of Papers, sixty-first annual meeting, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology: 50A-51A.

Ford, T. L., and Chure, D. J., 2002, “Aublysodon” teeth from the El Gallo Formation (Late Campanian) of Baja California:

the southernmost record of tyrannosauroid theropods: In: Western Association of Vertebrate Paleontologists with Mesa

Southwest Museum and Southwest Paleontological Society of Mesa, Arizona, First Meeting of the New Millennium, Mesa

Southwest Museum Bulletin n. 8, p. 75-89.

Ford, Tracy Lee and James Ian Kirkland, 2001, Carlsbad Ankylosaur (Ornithischia, Ankylosauria): An Ankylosaurid and not a Nodosaur. In: The Armored Dinosaurs, edited by Kenneth Carpenter, Indiana University Press: 239-260.

Ford, Tracy Lee, James Ian Kirkland, and William P. Elder, 1998. The surfing nodosaur or riding up the Pacific Plate. The Dinofest Symposium, Presented by. The Academy of Natural Sciences Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 17-19, 1998. Edited by D. L. Wolberg, K. Gittis, S. Miller, L. Carey and A. Raynor: 16-17.

Ford, T. L., and Martin, L. D,. 2010, A semi-aquatic life habit for Psittacosaurus: In: New Perspectives on Horned Dinosaurs. The Royal Tyrrell Museum Ceratopsian Symposium, edited by Ryan, M. J., Chinnery-Allgeier, B. J., and Eberth, D. A., Indiana University Press, Part Three, p. 328-339.

Ford, T. L., Martin, L. M., and Averianov, A. O., 2007, Alternative lifestyle of Psittacosaurus: In: Ceratopsian

Symposium, Short Papers, Abstracts, and Programs, complied by Braman, D. R., p. 52.

Ford, Tracy Lee, and Scotchmoor, Judith G., 2002, www dinosaurs: In: Dinosaurs, The Science behind the Stories, edited by Scotchmoor, Judith G., Springer, Dale A., Breithaupt, Brent H. and Fiorillo, Anthony R., Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, The Paleontological Society, Published by American Geological Institute, p. 179-180.

Kellner, A. W. A., Mello, A. M. S., and Ford, T. L., 2007, A survey of Pterosaurs from Africa with the description of a new specimen from Morocco: In: Paleontologia: Cenarios de Vida, v. 1, edited by Carvalho, I. de S., Cassab, R. de C. T., Schwanke, C., Carvalho, M. de A., Fernandes, A. C. S., Rodrigues, M. A. da C., Carvalho, M. S. S. de, Arai, M., and Oliveria, M. E. Q., p. 257-268.

Lucas, S. G., Sullivan, R. M., Jasinski, S. E., and Ford, T. L., 2011, Hadrosaur footprints from the Upper Cretaceous Fruitland Formation, San Juan Basin, New Mexico, and the ichnotaxonomy of large ornithopod footprints: In: Fossil Record 3, edited by Sullivan, et al, 2011, New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 53, p. 357-362.

Ford, T. L., 2013, Will the real Lonchodeces fly in? In: Rio Ptero 2013, International symposium on pterosaurs, edited by Sayao, J. M., Costa, F. R., Bantim, R. A. M., and Kellner, A. W. A., p. 65-68.

Ford, T. L., 2013, Is Pterodactylus monophyletic or paraphyletic? In: Rio Ptero 2013, International symposium on pterosaurs, edited by Sayao, J. M., Costa, F. R., Bantim, R. A. M., and Kellner, A. W. A., p. 68-70.

A list of dinosaur footprints for the 1990’s in the Ichnology newsletter.

I have also had articles in Dinosaur World, Dinosaur Discoveries and an on going series in Prehistoric Times (on dinosaur discoveries and How To Draw Dinosaurs), and illustrations in Dinopress (a Japanese Dinosaur magazine).

 

In Press:

Papers presented:

Ford, Tracy Lee, 1997. Did Theropods have Lizard Lips? Southwest Paleontological Symposium, 1997.

Ford, T. L., 1997, Ceratopsian Stance: Dinosaur World, v. 1, n. 3, p. 12-17.

Ford, Tracy Lee, 1998. A crocodile smile, or a lizard smile, which was it for theropods? The Dinofest Symposium, Presented by. The Academy of Natural Sciences Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Ford, Tracy Lee, 1999. A review of the Hadrosaurs from California. Southwest Paleontological Symposium, 1998.

Ford, Tracy Lee, 2000. Is “Mepto-Dog” an important specimen? Southwest Paleontological Symposium.

Ford, Tracy Lee, 2000, A review of ankylosaur osteoderms from New Mexico and a preliminary review of ankylosaur armor: In: Dinosaurs of New Mexico. Edited by Lucas, S. G., and Heckert A. B., new Mexico Museum of Natural history Bulletin n. 17, p. 157-176.

Ford, T. L., 2001, The armor of sauropods: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 21, supplement to n. 3, abstracts of papers, Sixty-first annual meeting, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Museum of the Rockies, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, October, 3-6, p. 50a.

Ford, T. L., 2002, A new look at the armor of Ankylosaurus: In: Tate 2002, Wyoming in the Age of Dinosaurs, Creatures, Environments and Extinctions, p. 15.

Ford, Tracy Lee, 2002, A new interpretation of the skull of Tanystropheus: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, volume 22, supplement to number 3, abstract volume, p. 53A.

Ford, Tracy Lee, 2003, An overview of terrestrial and bipedal crocodiliformes: not all crocs were aquatic: Southwest Paleontological symposium 2003, Guide to presentations,

Ford, T. L., 2003 (for 2002), A new look at the armor of Ankylosaurus, just how did it look? In: The Mesozoic in Wyoming, Tate 2002, Casper College, p. 48-68.

Ford, Tracy Lee, and Daniel J. Chure, 2001. “Aublysodon” teeth from the El Gallo Fm. (Late Campanian) of Baja California: the southernmost record of tyrannosaurid theropods. In: Western Association of Vertebrate paleontologist with Mesa Southwest Museum and Southwest Paleontological Society, Mesa, Arizona, First meeting of the new Millenium, Abstracts.

Ford, Tracy Lee, and Daniel J. Chure, 2002, "Aublysodon" teeth from the El Gallo Formation (Late Campanian) of Baja California: the southernmost record of Tyrannosaurid theropods: Western Association of Vertebrate Paleontologists and Southwest Paleontological Symposium - Proceedings 2001, edited by McCord, R. D., and Boaz, D., Mesa Southwest Museum Bulletin, n. 8, p. 75-89.

Ford, T. L., and Chure, D. J., 2001, Ghost lineages and the paleogeographic and temporal distribution of tyrannosaurids: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 21, supplement to n. 3, abstracts of papers, sixty-first annual meeting, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Museum of the Rockies, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, October 3-6, p. 50a-51a.

Ford, T. L., and Kirkland, J. I., 2001, Carlsbad ankylosaur (Ornithischia, Ankylosauria): an ankylosaurid and not a nodosaurid: In: The Armored Dinosaurs, edited by Carpenter, K., Indiana University Press, p. 239-260.

Ford, Tracy Lee, James Ian Kirkland, and William P. Elder, 1998. The surfing nodosaur or riding up the Pacific Plate. The Dinofest Symposium, Presented by The Academy of Natural Sciences Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 17-19, 1998.

Ford, T. L., Martin, L. M., and Averianov, A. O., 2007, Alternative lifestyle of Psittacosaurus: In: Ceratopsian Symposium, Short Papers, Abstracts, and Programs, complied by Braman, D. R., p. 52.

Ford, T. L., 2005, Ghost lineages, paleogeographic and temporal distribution of tyrannosaurids: In: “The origin, systematics, and paleobiology of Tyrannosauridae”, a symposium hosted jointly by Burpee Museum of Natural History and Northern Illinois University, p. 48.

Ford, T. L., and Martin, L. D., 2010, A semi-aquatic life habit for Psittacosaurus: In: New Perspectives on Horned Dinosaurs. The Royal Tyrrell Museum Ceratopsian Symposium, edited by Ryan, M. J., Chinnery-Allgeier, B. J., and Eberth, D. A., Indiana University Press, Part Three, p. 328-339.

Ford, T. L., 2015, Tactile faced Theropods: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, SVP 75th annual meeting, Meeting Program & Abstracts, p. 125.

Izquierdo, Y. C., and Ford, T. L., 2017, Cuba's Madruga Formation Mogotes and Cenozoic Secrets: Fossil News, Summer, 2017, p. 18-20.

Ford, T. L., 2018, Asian Ancestry for North America’s largest ankylosaur, Ankylosaurus? In: Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, 78th annual meeting, Albuquerque, p. 128.

 

Published art work:

All published work (see Published work section) as well as all 13 issues of Gakken Mook’s Dinosaur Frontline and drawings in George Olshevsky’s Archosaurian Articulations (10 issues) and The Dinosaur Folios.

 

Books:

The Complete Dinosaur, edited by James O. Farlow and Micheal K. Brett-Surman, Indiana University Press: 752pp. (12 drawings).

Ford, Tracy L., 1999. How to Draw Dinosaurs. (self published), 100pp.

Ford, Tracy L., 2001. How to Draw Dinosaurs (self published), 66pp.

Glut, Donald F., 1997. Dinosaurs, the Encyclopedia. Mcfarland & Company, Inc., Publishers: 1076pp. (1 drawing).

Glut, Donald F., 1999. Dinosaurs, the Encyclopedia, Supplement 1. Mcfarland & Company, Inc., Publishers: 442pp. (3 drawings).

Glut, Donald F., 2002. Dinosaurs, the Encyclopedia, Supplement 2. Mcfarland & Company, Inc., Publishers: 685pp. (1 drawing).

Holtz, T. R. jr, 2003, Dinosaur Predation evidence and ecomorphology: In: Predator-prey interactions in the fossil record, edited by Kelley, P. H., Kowalewski, M., and Hansen, T. A., Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, chapter 12, p. 325-340. (Allosaurus skull drawing in article, and on upper section of cover)

Lessem, Don and Donald F. Glut, 1993. The Dinosaur Society Dinosaur Encyclopedia. Random House. 533pp. (151 drawings).

Martill, David M, and Darren Naish, 2001. Dinosaurs of the Isle of Wight: The Palaeontological Association, 433pp.

 Iturralde-Vinent, M., and Gasparini, Z., 2013, Animales del Caribe primitivo y sus costas: Editorial Oriente, 63 pp.

Articles:

Buffetaut, E. 1989. New remains of the enigmatic dinosaur Spinosaurus from the Cretaceous of Morocco and the affinities between Spinosaurus and Baryonyx. N. Jb. Geol. Palaont. Mh, Vol. 2: 79-87.

Buffetaut, Eric, 1989. New Remains of Spinosaurus from the Cretaceous of Morocco. Archosaurian Articulations, Volume 1, Number 9: 65-68.

Carpenter, Kenneth and James I. Kirkland, 1998. Review of Lower and Middle Cretaceous Ankylosaurs From North America. In: Lower and Middle Cretaceous Terrestrial Ecosystems. Edited by Spencer G. Lucas, James I. Kirkland and John W. Estep, New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 14: 249-270.

Chinnery, Brenda J., Thomas R. Lipka, James I. Kirkland, J. Michael Parrish and Michael K. Brett-Surman, 1998. Neoceratopsian teeth from the Lower to Middle Cretaceous of North America. In: Lower and Middle Cretaceous Terrestrial Ecosystems. Edited by Spencer G. Lucas, James I. Kirkland and John W. Estep, New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 14: 297-302.

Olshevsky, G., 1988, New pterosaurs from Brazil: Archosaurian Articulations, v. 1, n. 1, p. 2-3.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1988, New Small Theropods from Mongolia: Archosaurian Articulations, v. 1, n. 1, p. 4-6.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1988, Gondwana Theropods: Abelisaurids: Archosaurian Articulations, v. 1, n. 3, p. 17-20.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1988, Sensational Giant Sauropod Pelvis Found at Dry Mesa: Archosaurian Articulations, v. 1, n. 4, p.  25-27.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1988, New Lagosuchid and Pterosaur Discoveries in South America: Archosaurian Articulations, v. 1, n. 4, p. 30-31.

Olshevsky, G., 1988, A Caenagnathid Specimen from Alberta: Archosaurian Articulations, v. 1, n. 5, p. 33-36.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1988, Brachylophosaurus goodwini Described: Archosaurian Articulations, v. 1, n. 5, p. 39-40.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1988, Dinosaurs at the 48th Annual SVP Meeting, Pachyrhinosaurus from Pipestone Creek, Alberta: Archosaurian Articulations, v. 1, n. 6, p. 41-44.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1989, Two New Species of Psittacosaurus Described: Archosaurian Articulations, v. 1, n. 7, p. 51-54.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1989, More Sauropods from China: Archosaurian Articulations, v. 1, n. 8, p. 57-64.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1989, New Mexico archosaur volume published: Archosaurian Articulations, v. 1, n. 9, p. 71.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1992, Unfamiliar Dinosaurs: The Dinosaur Report, Fall 1992, p. 6.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1992, Amaragasaurus: The Dinosaur Report, Summer, 1992, p. 2-3.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1992, Dinosaur Names: Reflections on rules and procedures: The Dinosaur Report, Spring, 1993, p. 5.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1993, Alvarezsaurus: The Dinosaur Report, Spring 1993, p. 9.

Olshevsky, G., 1993, Regnosaurus: The Dinosaur Report, Summer/Fall, 1993, p. 7.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1993, Bruhathkayosaurus: Bigger Than T. rex?: The Dinosaur Report, Winter 1994 (1993), p. 12-13.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1994, The origin and evolution of the ceratopsins: Dino Frontline, Gaken Mook, v. 6, 78-99.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1996, The Dinosaur Folios, Introduction: First Installment:  May 1996, 8pp.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1996, Giganotosaurus: The Dinosaur Folios, First Installment, May 1996, 4pp.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1996, Albertosaurus The Dinosaur Folios, First Installment:  May 1996, 14pp.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1996, Regnosaurus: The Dinosaur Folios, First Installment:  May 1996, 8pp.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1996, Irritator challengeri: Dinosaur Discoveries, Issue 1, p. 13.

 

Olshevsky, G., 1997, The Transitional Hornfaces of Montana: Dinosaur Discoveries, Issue 4, p. 8-9.

 

Olshevsky, G., 2000, An annotated checklist of dinosaur species by continent: Mesozoic Meanderings n. 3, 157pp.

 

Olshevsky, G., 2001, Dinosaurs 2001, column 1: Charonosaurus: DinoPress, v. 2, p. 98-102.

 

Olshevsky, G., 2001, Dinosaurs 2001, column 2: Microraptor: DinoPress, v. 3, p. 120-123.

 

Olshevsky, G., 2001, Dinosaurs 2001, column 3: Isanosaurus: DinoPress, v. 4, p. 92-95.

 

Olshevsky, G., 2001, The birds came first: A scenario for avian origins and early evolution: DinoPress, v. 4, p. 109-117.

 

Olshevsky, G., 2001, The birds came first: a scenario for avian origins and early evolution: DinoPress, v. 5, p. 106-112.

 

Olshevsky, G., 2002, The birds came first: a scenario for avian origins and early evolution: DinoPress, v. 6, p. 102-109.

 

Olshevsky, G., 2002, Dinosaurs 2002, column 5: Masiakasaurus: DinoPress, v. 6, p. 114-118.

 

Olshevsky, G., and Ford, T. L., 1993, The origin and evolution of the stegosaurs: Gakken Mook (Kyoryugaku Saizensen [Dino-Frontline],  v. 4, p. 65-103.

 

Olshevsky, G., and Ford, T. L., 1994, The origin and evolution of the Ankylosaurs Gakken Mook (Kyoryugaku Saizensen [Dino-Frontline],  v. 5, p. 66-87.

 

Olshevsky, G., and Ford, T. L., 1994, The origin and evolution of the ceratopians, part 2: Gakken Mook (Kyoryugaku Saizensen [Dino-Frontline], v. 6, p. 114-121.

 

Olshevsky, G., and Ford, T. L., 1994, The origin and evolution of the heterodontosaurians: Gakken Mook (Kyoryugaku Saizensen [Dino-Frontline], v. 8, p. 74-97. (illustrations by T. L. Ford and S. Yamamoto translated into Japanese).

 

Olshevsky, G., and Ford, T. L., (Yamamoto, S., illustrations) 1995, The Origin and Evolution of Tyrannosaurids: Gakken Mook (Kyoryugaku Saizensen [Dino-Frontline], Part 1, v. 9, p. 92-119.

 

Olshevsky, G., and Ford, T. L., (Yamamoto, S., illustrations) 1995, The Origin and Evolution of Tyrannosaurids: Gakken Mook (Kyoryugaku Saizensen [Dino-Frontline], Part 2, v. 10, p. 75-99.

 

Olshevsky, G., and Ford, T. L., (Yamamoto, S., illustrations) 1995, The origin and evolution of the Ornithopods, part 1: Gakken Mook (Kyoryugaku Saizensen [Dino-Frontline], v. 11, p. 98-119.

 

Olshevsky, G., and Ford, T. L., (Yamamoto, S., illustrations) 1995, The origin and evolution of the Ornithopods, part 2: Gakken Mook (Kyoryugaku Saizensen [Dino-Frontline], v. 12, p. 96-117.

 

Olshevsky, G., and Ford, T. L., (Yamamoto, S., illustrations) 1996, The origin and evolution of the Ornithopods, part 3: Gakken Mook (Kyoryugaku Saizensen [Dino-Frontline], v. 13, p. 97-109.

 

Sanz, J. L., and A. D. Buscalioni, 1993. Introduccion a Los Dinosaurios. In Los Dinosaurios y su Entorno Biotico. Actes del Segundo Curso de Paleontologia en Cuenca. Coordinadores, J. L. Sanz Y A. D. Buscolioni. Instituto “Juan de Valdes” Excmo. Ayuntamiento de Cuenca: 7-99.

 Exhibits

Lexington’s Children Museum (an Edmontosaurus and Confuciusornis poster).

Jim Kirkland’s traveling ceratopian exhibit as well as the Mesa Southwest Museum’s new exhibits (2000).

I’ve had a few drawings in newspapers.

Mesa Southwest Museum galleries, as of 2000 (40 drawings).

Articles written for Prehistoric Times

1). Ford, T. L., 1996, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Sauropod feet: Prehistoric Times, n. 21, p. 14-15.

2). Ford, T. L., 1997, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Stegosaurus: Prehistoric Times, n. 22, p. 22-23.

3). Ford, T. L., 1997, How to Draw Dinosaurs. The Dromaeosaurids: Prehistoric Times, n. 23, p. 28-29.

4). Ford, T. L., 1997, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Iguanodon: Prehistoric Times, n. 24, p. 30.

5). Ford, T. L., 1997, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Give Theropods no Lip!: Prehistoric Times, n. 25, p. 49-50.

6). Ford, T. L., 1997, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Sclerotic rings? The eyes have it: Prehistoric Times, n. 26, p. 11.

7). Ford, T. L., 1997-1998, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Sauropods, sticking their necks out: Prehistoric Times, n. 27, p. 34-36.

8). Ford, T. L., 1998, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Ankylosaurs, the living tanks: Prehistoric Times, n. 28/29, p. 14-15.

9). Ford, T. L., 1998, How to Draw Dinosaurs. The protoceratopians: Prehistoric Times, n. 30, p. 12-14.

10). Ford, T. L., 1998, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Those hard-headed boneheads, the Pachycephalosaurs: Prehistoric Times, n. 31, p. 12-15.

Ford, T. L., 1998, The Dinosaurs from Beipiao: Prehistoric Times, n. 31, p. 18-19, 35.

11). Ford, T. L., 1998, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Albertosaurus/Gorgosaurus, two peas in a pod? Or Apples and Oranges?: Prehistoric Times, n. 32, p. 12-13.

Ford, T. L., 1998, What’s new in Dinos?: Prehistoric Times, n. 32, p. 18-19.

12). Ford, T. L., 1998-1999, How to Draw Dinosaurs. How low does the body go?: Prehistoric Times, n. 33, p. 12-13.

Ford, T. L., 1998-1999, SVP news: Prehistoric Times, n. 33, p. 18-19.

13). Ford, T. L., 1999, How to Draw Dinosaurs. How many fingers did Compsognathus have?: Prehistoric Times, n. 34, p. 14-16.

Ford, T. L., 1999, Interview with University of Chicago paleontologist Dr. Paul Sereno, discovere of Suchomimus: Prehistoric Times, n. 34, p. 9-10.

Ford, T. L., 1999, SVP news part 2: Prehistoric Times, n. 34, p. 18-19.

14). Ford, T. L., 1999, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Walk which way?: Prehistoric Times, n. 35, p. 14-15.

Ford, T. L., 1999, The battle for the oldest hadrosaur? Or does a crest make a Lambeosaur?: Prehistoric Times, n. 35, p. 15.

Ford, T. L., 1999, SVP news part 3: Prehistoric Times, n. 35, p. 18.

15). Ford, T. L., 1999, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Armor in 1 or 2 rows?: Prehistoric Times, n. 36, p. 14.

Ford, T. L., 1999, More ankylosaurs: Prehistoric Times, n. 36, p. 14-15.

Ford, T. L., 1999, Camptosaurus: Prehistoric Times, n. 36, p. 16.

Ford, T. L., 1999, SVP news part 4: Prehistoric Times, n. 37, p. 18-19.

16). Ford, T. L., 1999, How to Draw Dinosaurs. The Eye!!!: Prehistoric Times, n. 37, p. 14-15.

Ford, T. L., 1999, Paleontologist Arthur R. I. Cruickshank: Prehistoric Times, n. 37, p. 16-17.

Ford, T. L., 1999, SVP news part 5: Prehistoric Times, n. 37, p. 18-19.

17). Ford, T. L., 1999, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Roman noses and casouira crests: Ornithopoda heads. Part 1; Tenotosaurus, Muttaburrasaurus, Altirhinus and hadrosaurian hadrosaurs: Prehistoric Times, n. 38, p. 14-15.

Ford, T. L., 1999, More feathered wonders from Liaoning: Prehistoric Times, n. 38, p. 18-20.

18). Ford, T. L., 1999-2000, How to Draw Dinosaurs.Roman noses or casouira crests: Ornithopoda heads. Part 2: Lambeosaur hadrosaurs: Prehistoric Times, n. 39, p. 14-15.

Ford, T. L., 1999-2000, Feathered dromaeosaurid found: Prehistoric Times, n. 39, p. 15-16.

19). Ford, T. L., 2000, How to Draw Dinosaurs. The theropod nose: Prehistoric Times, n. 40, p. 14.

Ford, T. L., 2000, SVP, 1999: Prehistoric Times, n. 40, p. 14-15.

20). Ford, T. L., 2000, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Scales, spines, sails & scutes, the backs of sauropods: Prehistoric Times, n. 41, p. 14-15.

Ford, T. L., 2000, SVP 1999 continued: the theropods: Prehistoric Times, n. 41, p. 15, 23.

21). Ford, T. L., 2000, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Don’t wake the sleeping dino: Prehistoric Times, n. 42, p. 14.

Ford, T. L., 2000, SVP 1999 continued, The sauropods: Prehistoric Times, n. 42, p. 14-15, 20.

22). Ford, T. L., 2000, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Theropod feet: Prehistoric Times, n. 43, p. 14.

Ford, T. L., 2000, My continuing report on the SVP 1999 - the ornithopods: Prehistoric Times, n. 43, p. 14-15.

23). Ford, T. L., 2000, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Walking with Emu’s: Prehistoric Times, n. 44, p. 14-15.

Ford, T. L., 2000, Once more on the 1999 SVP: Prehistoric Times, n. 44, p. 15.

24). Ford, T. L., 2000-2001, How to Draw Dinosaurs. The armored jigsaw puxxle of ankylosaurs: Prehistoric Times, n. 45, p. 14-15.

Ford, T. L., 2000-2001, My trip to the 2000 SVP: Prehistoric Times, n. 45, p. 15.

25). Ford, T. L., 2001, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Anatomy 101: Prehistoric Times, n. 46, p. 14-15.

Ford, T. L., 2001, Microraptor: Prehistoric Times, n. 46, p. 14-15.

Ford, T. L., 2001, SVP 2000: The theropods: Prehistoric Times, n. 46, p. 15, 41.

26). Ford, T. L., 2001, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Head games, Part 1. Crests, frills, horns, and bumps, the heads of theropods…: Prehistoric Times, n. 47, p. 14.

Ford, T. L., 2001, Tucson: Prehistoric Times, n. 47, p. 14.

Ford, T. L., 2001, A rock’n new theropod: Prehistoric Times, n. 47, p. 14-15.

Ford, T. L., 2001, SVP 2000, the sauropods: Prehistoric Times, n. 47, p. 15.

27). Ford, T. L., 2001, How to Draw Dinosaurs. THE ceratopians, the horned frilled dinosaurs: Prehistoric Times, n. 48, p. 14.

Ford, T. L., 2001, The 2000 SVP (continued). The Ornithopods. Prehistoric Times, n. 48, p. 14-15.

Ford, T. L., 2001, Another new, feathered dromaeosaur: Prehistoric Times, n. 48, p. 15.

28). Ford, T. L., 2001, How to Draw Dinosaurs.6 packs abs (times 5), or wash board abs: Prehistoric Times, n. 49, p. 14.

Ford, T. L., 2001, The early tyrannosaurid from across the pond: Prehistoric Times, n. 49, p. 14.

Ford, T. L., 2001, How to Draw Dinosaurs. 2000 SVP. One more time: Prehistoric Times, n. 49, p. 14-15.

29). Ford, T. L., 2001, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Sails in the Mesozoic: Prehistoric Times, n. 50, p. 14-15.

30). Ford, T. L., 2001-2002, How to Draw Dinosaurs. To know the nose, part 1: Prehistoric Times, n. 51, p. 14.

Ford, T. L., 2001-2002, SVP 2001: Prehistoric Times, n. 51, p. 14-15.

31). Ford, T. L., 2002, How to Draw Dinosaurs. To know the nose, part 2: Prehistoric Times, n. 52, p. 14.

Ford, T. L., 2002, THE SVP 2001 (Theropods): Prehistoric Times, n. 52, p. 14-15.

32). Ford, T. L., 2002, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Duckbills or duckshovels?: Prehistoric Times, n. 53, p. 14.

Ford, T. L., 2002, The SVP, 2001, (Sauropods): Prehistoric Times, n. 53, p. 14.

33). Ford, T. L., 2002, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Mitten, mitten, did hadrosaurs have mittens?: Prehistoric Times, n. 54, p. 14.

Ford, T. L., 2002, THE SVP, 2001 (ornithopods): Prehistoric Times, n. 54, p. 15.

34). Ford, T. L., 2002, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Ankylosaurs, the checkerboard dinosaur: Prehistoric Times, n. 55, p. 14-15.

Ford, T. L., 2002, SVP 2001, the armored ones…: Prehistoric Times, n. 55, p. 15.

35). Ford, T. L., 2002, How to Draw Dinosaurs. What did the jaws of spinosaurids look like?: Prehistoric Times, n. 56, p. 14-15.

Ford, T. L., 2002, A new look at the head of Tanystropheus: Prehistoric Times, n. 56, p. 15.

36). Ford, T. L., 2002-2003, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Winging it with dromaeosaurs: Prehistoric Times, n. 57, p. 14-15.

37). Ford, T. L., 2003, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Arm waving in theropods (part one): Prehistoric Times, n. 58, p. 14-15.

38). Ford, T. L., 2003, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Winged dromaeosaurs: Prehistoric Times, n. 59, p. 14.

Ford, T. L., 2003, SVP 2002: Prehistoric Times, n. 52, p. 14-15.

39). Ford, T. L., 2003, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Arm waving in theropods (part two): Prehistoric Times, n. 60, p. 14-15.

Ford, T. L., 2003, SVP 2002: Prehistoric Times, n. 60, p.

40). Ford, T. L., 2003, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Pencil necked hadrosaurs?: Prehistoric Times, n. 61, p. 14.

Ford, T. L., 2003, More on the 2002 SVP, the Sauropods: Prehistoric Times, n. 52, p. 14-15.

41). Ford, T. L., 2003, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Claws: Prehistoric Times, n. 62, p. 14.

Ford, T. L., 2003, SVP, the ornithopods: Prehistoric Times, n. 62, p. 14-15.

42). Ford, T. L., 2003, How to Draw Dinosaurs. What is a feather? (part one): Prehistoric Times, n. 63, p. 18-19.

Ford, T. L., 2003, SVP 2003: Prehistoric Times, n. 63, p. 19.

43). Ford, T. L., 2004, How to Draw Dinosaurs. What is a feather? (part two): Prehistoric Times, n. 64, p. 18-19.

Ford, T. L., 2004, SVP 2003, Theropods: Prehistoric Times, n. 64, p. 19.

44). Ford, T. L., 2004, How to Draw Dinosaurs. What is a feather? (part Three, conclusion), Theropod feathers: Prehistoric Times, n. 65, p. 18-19.

Ford, T. L., 2004, SVP 2003, Sauropods: Prehistoric Times, n. 65, p. 19.

45). Ford, T. L., 2004, How to Draw Dinosaurs. How theropods caught their prey, Part one, the skull: Prehistoric Times, n. 66, p. 18-19.

Ford, T. L., 2004, SVP 2003, The ornithopods: Prehistoric Times, n. 66, p. 19.

46). Ford, T. L., 2004, How to Draw Dinosaurs. A jab to the ribs: Prehistoric Times, n. 67, p. 18-19.

Ford, T. L., 2004, SVP 2003, The armored ones: Prehistoric Times, n. 67, p. 19.

47). Ford, T. L., 2004, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Armoring sauropods: Prehistoric Times, n. 68, p. 18-19.

48). Ford, T. L., 2004, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Beak heads? Theropods with keratin skulls: Prehistoric Times, n. 69, p. 18.

Ford, T. L., 2005, The PT interview: Stephen Czerkas, part 1: Prehistoric Times, n. 69, p. 44-45.

49). Ford, T. L., 2005, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Cheeky Ornithopods? (Part 1) Prehistoric Times, n.70, p. 18-19.

Ford, T. L., 2005, SVP 2004: Prehistoric Times, n. 70, p. 19-20.

Ford, T. L., 2005, The PT interview: Stephen Czerkas, part 2: Prehistoric Times, n. 70, p. 42-43.

50). Ford, T. L., 2005, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Cheeky Ornithopods? (Part 2): Prehistoric Times, n. 72, p. 20-21.

Ford, T. L., 2005, SVP 2004, the theropods: Prehistoric Times, n. 72, p. 21.

51). Ford, T. L., 2005, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Spiky pachycephalosaurs? Prehistoric Times, n. 73, p. 20.

Ford, T. L., 2005, Small eared Woolly’s? Prehistoric Times, n. 73, p. 20.

Ford, T. L., 2005, SVP 2004, the sauropods: Prehistoric Times, n. 73, p. 20.

52). Ford, T. L., 2005, How to Draw Dinosaurs. The end of Ornithopods: Prehistoric Times, n. 74, p. 20-21.

Ford, T. L., 2005, SVP 2004, the Ornithiopods: Prehistoric Times, n. 74, p. 21.

53). Ford, T. L., 2005, How to Draw Dinosaurs. The whole scene...: Prehistoric Times, n. 75, p. 20.

Ford, T. L., 2005, SVP 2005: Prehistoric Times, n. 75, p. 20-21.

54). Ford, T. L., 2006, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Stegosaurs: Plates, Splates and Spikes, Part 1: Prehistoric Times, n. 76, p. 20-21.

Ford, T. L., 2006, SVP 2005, the theropods: Prehistoric Times, n. 76, p. 21.

55). Ford, T. L., 2006, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Stegosaurs: Plates, Splates and Spikes, Part 2: Prehistoric Times, n. 77, p. 20-21.

Ford, T. L., 2006, SVP 2005, the theropods: Prehistoric Times, n. 77, p. 21.

56). Ford, T. L., 2006, How to Draw Dinosaurs. Con- or Pro-boscis Diplodicids or Trunk-aided diplodocids, Science fact or fiction: Prehistoric Times, n. 78, p. 20.

Ford, T. L., 2006, SVP 2005 the Ornithischians: Prehistoric Times, n. 78, p. 20-21.

57). Ford. T. L., 2006, How to Draw Dinosaurs er.. Ammonites: Prehistoric Times, n. 79, p. 20-21.

58). Ford. T. L., 2007, How to Draw Dinosaurs er..Ammonites, ah, make that cephalopods! Prehistoric Times, n. 80, p. 18-19.

Ford, T. L., 2007, SVP 2006, Prehistoric Times, n. 80, p. 19-20.

59). Ford, T. L., 2007, How to Draw Dinosaurs: A little cartilage goes a long way (back to dinosaurs...): Prehistoric Times, n. 81, p. 18-19.

Ford, T. L., 2007, SVP 2006 (Sauropodomorpha): Prehistoric Times, n. 81, p. 18-19.

60) Ford, T. L., 2007, How to Draw Dinosaurs: Dinosaurs, can you dig them? Fossorial fossils: Prehistoric Times, n. 82, p. 18.

Ford, T. L., 2007, SVP 2006 (Ornithopoda): Prehistoric Times, n. 82, p. 18-19.

61) Ford, T. L., 2007, How to Draw Dinosaurs: Neck muscles and feeding strategies in large theropods: Prehistoric Times, n. 83, p. 28-29.

62) Ford, T. L., 2008, And now, back to sauropods! Prehistoric Times, n. 84, p. 18-19.

Ford, T. L., 2008, SVP 2007: Prehistoric Times, n. 84, p. 18-19.

63) Ford, T. L., 2008, How to Draw Dinosaurs: Hadrosaurs revisited: Prehistoric Times, n. 85, p. 18-19.

Ford, T. L., 2008, SVP 2007 The Theropods: Prehistoric Times, n. 85, p. 19.

64) Ford, T. L., 2008, How to Draw Dinosaurs: Swiming with Dinosaurs, Part 1: Prehistoric Times, n. 86, p. 18-19.

Ford, T. L., 2008, SVP 2007 The Sauropods: Prehistoric Times, n. 86, p. 19.

65) Ford, T. L., 2008, How to Draw Dinosaurs: Swiming with Dinosaurs, Part 2: Prehistoric Times, n. 87, p. 18-19.

Ford, T. L., 2008, SVP 2007 The Ornithischians: Prehistoric Times, n. 87, p. 19.

66) Ford, T. L., 2009, How to Draw Dinosaurs: Where Stegosaurs bipedal? Prehistoric Times, no. 88, p. 18-19.

67) Ford, T. L., 2009, How to Draw Dinosaurs: Face fighting ceratopians: Prehistoric Times, no. 89, p. 18-19.

Ford, T. L., 2008, SVP 2998: Prehistoric Times, no. 89, p. 18-19.

68) Ford, T. L., 2009, How to Draw Dinosaurs: The dinosaurs with a bad name...Oviraptorids, Part 1: Prehistoric Times, no. 90, p. 18-19.

69) Ford, T. L., 2009, How to Draw Dinosaurs: The dinosaurs with a bad name...Oviraptorids, Part 2: Prehistoric Times, no. 91, p. 18-19.

70) Ford, T. L., 2010, How to Draw Dinosaurs: Bulking up Sauropods (and dinosaurs in general): Prehistoric Times, n. 92, p. 18-19.

71) Ford, T. L., 2010, How to Draw Dinosaurs: Dull or colorful? What did dinosaurs look like? Prehistoric Times, n. 93, p. 18-19.

72) Ford, T. L., 2010, How to Draw Dinosaurs: Aquatic Psittacosaurs (finally) Part one: Prehistoric Times, n. 94, p. 18-19.

73) Ford, T. L., 2010, How to Draw Dinosaurs: Aquatic Psittacosaurs Part Two: Prehistoric Times, n. 95, p. 18-19.

74) Ford, T. L., 2011, How to Draw Dinosaurs: To know the nose, Part 3 (Sauropods): Prehistoric Times, n. 96, p. 18-19.

75) Ford, T. L., 2011, How to Draw Dinosaurs: And Now, The End of Dinosaurs: Prehistoric Times, no. 97, p. 18-19.

76) Ford, T. L., 2011, How to Draw Dinosaurs: Bipedal or tripodal Sauropods? Prehistoric Times, v. 98, p. 18-20.

77) Ford, T. L., 2011, How to Draw Dinosaurs: Terror Birds, not so terrible...: Prehistoric Times, v. 99, p. 18-19.

78) Ford, T. L., 2012, Could some dinosaurs perch? Prehistoric Times, v. 100, p. 20-21.

79) Ford, T. L., 2012, Tree climbing theropods? Prehistoric Times, v. 101, p. 20-22.

80) Ford, T. L., 2012, To fenestrate or not to fenestrate, that is the question: Prehistoric Times, v. 102, p. 20-22.

81) Fort, T. L., 2012, The rough and tumble primeaval world, Part One: Prehistoric Times, v. 103, p. 20-21.

82) Ford, T. L., 2013, The Rough and Tumble Primeval World, Part Two (Ceratopians): Prehistoric Times, v. 104, p. 20-21.

83) Ford, T. L., 2013, Triceratops...enough said: Prehistoric Times, v. 105, p. 20-21.

84) Ford, T. L., 2013, Tyrannosaurus rex, bulit for power, not speed: Prehistoric Times, v. 106, p. 20-21.

85) Ford, T. L., 2013, Dromaeosaurids revisited: Prehistoric Times, v. 107, p. 20-21.

86) Ford, T. L., 2014, Hadrosaurs revisited: Prehistoric Times, v. 108, p. 20-21.

87), Ford, T. L., 2014, A tail of two ceratopians; Prehistoric Times, v. 109, p. 20-21.

88) Ford, T. L., 2014, Covered eys or scowling dinosaurs? Prehistoric Times, v. 110, p. 20-21.

89) Ford, T. L., 2014, Soft Dino, Warm Dino, Dino covered with fur? Prehistoric Times, v. 111, p. 20-21.

90) Ford, T. L., 2015, Deceptive lizard vs Thunder lisard, or Apatosaurus vs Brontosaurus--are they the same genus or different genera? Prehistoric Times, v. 112, p. 20-21.

91) Ford, T. L., 2015, Ankylosaurids, getting ahead on the head: Prehistoric Times, v. 113, p. 20-21.

92) Ford, T. L., 2015, Sexing Stegosaurs: Prehistoric Times, v. 114, p. 20-21.

93) Ford, T. L., 2015, Lipless in the Mesozoic: Prehistoric Times, v. 115, p. 20-21.

94) Ford, T. L., 2015, STOP PUTTING FEATHERS ON EVERYTHING!: Prehistoric Times, v. 116, p. 20-21.

95) Ford, T. L., 2016, And now, feathering theropods: Prehistoric Times, v. 117, p. 20-21.

96) Ford, T. L., 2016, Scales and mummies: Prehistoric Times, v. 118, p. 20-21.

97) Ford, T. L., 2016, Toro, Toro, Torosaurus: Prehistoric Times, v. 119, p. 20-22.

98) Ford, T. L., 2017, Open Wide!, Prehistoric Times, v. 120, p. 20-21.

99) Ford, T L., 2017, Theropods are not lizards, but they may have been as colorful: Prehistoric Times, v. 121, p. 20-21.

100) Ford, T. L., 2017, It was a rough and tumble times: Part 1: Prehistoric Times, v. 122, p. 20-21.

101) Ford, T. L.,  2017, It was a rough and tumble times: Part 2: Prehistoric Times, v. 122, p. 20-21.

102) Ford, T. L., 2018, Wide load: Prehistoric Times, v. 124, p. 20-23.

103) FFord, T. L., 2018, Putting it all together, the head of Tyrannosaurus rex: Prehistoric Times, v. 125, p. 20-22.

104) Ford, T. L., 2018, Putting it all together, the body of Tyrannosaurus rex: Prehistoric Times, v. 126, p. 20-22.

107) Ford, T. L., 2018, Putting it all together, the skull of Triceratops: Prehistoric Times, v. 127; p. 20-22.


Articles written for Dinosaur World


Ford, T. L., 1997, Ceratopian stance: Dinosaur World, v. 1, n. 3, p. 12-17.

Ford, T. L., 1998, The feathered flyers and feathered & scaled runners of Liaoning China: Dinosaur World, n. 5, p. 54-59.

Ford, T. L., 2000, Passive aggressors? New theories on ceratopian behavior: Dinosaur World, n. 8, p. 55-59.

Articles written for Dinosaur Discoveries

Ford, T. L., 1997, Sailing the Cretaceous skies: Dinosaur Discoveries, Issue 5, p. 1.

Ford, T. L., 1997, The dinosaurs of Gondwana: Dinosaur Discoveries, Issue 5, p. 8-9.

Ford, T. L., 1997, Where the beetles bore: Dinosaur Discoveries, Issue 5, p. 13.


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