Contributor biographical information for What bugged the dinosaurs? : insect ecology and diseases in the Cretaceous / George Poinar, Jr. and Roberta Poinar ; with photographs and drawings by the authors.
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George Poinar, Jr., is currently in the Zoology Department at Oregon State University. He is well known internationally in various fields, including paleobiology, nematology, and insect pathology. He became familiar with tropical diseases while serving as a consultant for the United Nations and World Health Organization. Roberta Poinar is a retired research scientist. They are the coauthors of "The Amber Forest: A Reconstruction of a Vanished World" (Princeton) and "The Quest for Life in Amber". Their research has been featured in leading publications worldwide and on television programs such as "Nova".
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Paleoecology -- Cenozoic
Dinosaurs -- Diseases.
Insects -- Ecology.