Date of birth - Dec. 24, 1954
Initial dinosaur drawings - circa 1959

Dinosaurs named after GSP -

Sellacoxa pauli  Carpenter, Ishida 2010
Cryptovolans pauli  Czerkas, Zhang, Li & Li 2002 

Dinosaurs named by GSP -

Tyrannosaurus imperator  Paul, Persons & Van Raalte 2022
Tyrannosaurus regina  Paul, Persons & Van Raalte 2022
Huxleyosaurus hollingtoniensis  Paul 2012
Darwinsaurus evolutionis  Paul 2012
Mantellodon carpenteri  Paul 2012
Dollodon bampingi  Paul 2008
Dakotadon lakotaensis  Paul 2008
Mantellisaurus atherfieldensis  Paul 2007
Giraffatitan brancai Paul 1988

Fossil birds named by GSP -

Potamornis skutchi  Elzanowski, Paul, Stidham 2000
Avisaurus archibaldi  Brett-Surman, Paul 1985

Motion picture credits -

Dinosaur. Preproduction skeletal and muscle plans. Disney, 2000

Dinosaur Valley Girls. Dinosaur designs. Frontline Entertainment, 1995

Jurassic Park. Dinosaur specialist (skeletal and muscle plans). Universal, 1993 (also acknowledged in original 1990 novel by Michael Crichton)

On the Wing. Adviser on Quetzalcoatlus QN model. IMAX/Smithsonian, 1987

TV credits -

National Geographic Explorer - "T. rex Walks Again". Special thanks. National Geographic Channel, 2008

NOVA - "The Four-Winged Dinosaur". Special thanks. WGBH/PBS, 2008

Dinosapien. Science adviser, dinosaur designs. BBC, aired on Discovery Kids, 2004-07

NOVA - "
Origins 4: Where Are the Aliens?" Script review. WGBH/PBS, 2004

When Dinosaurs Roamed America, Dinosaur Planet. Research, primary skeletal, muscle and life designs. The Discovery Channel, 2000

The Dinosaurs! - Scientific Consultant (miscredited as 'George Paul'). WGBH/PBS, 1992

Books –

The Princeton Field Guide to Mesozoic Sea Reptiles. Princeton University Press, HC 2022 (print and ebook editions)
Kyoritsu Shuppan (Japan), HC 2023
90.5 WICN Inquiry Radio Interview Dec. 12, 2022

The Princeton Field Guide to Pterosaurs. Princeton University Press, HC 2022 (print and ebook editions)
The Inquisitive Biologist review, Sep. 8, 2022

90.5 WICN Inquiry Radio Interview Aug. 15, 2022

The Princeton Field Guide to Dinosaurs (3rd Edition).Princeton University Press, HC 2023 (print and ebook editions)
The Princeton Field Guide to Dinosaurs (2nd Edition). Princeton University Press, HC 2016 (print and ebook editions)
Kyoritsu Shuppan (Japan), HC 2020
Phyton XXI (Russia), HC 2021

The Princeton Field Guide to Dinosaurs. Princeton University Press, HC 2010 (print and ebook editions)
Dinosaurs: A Field Guide. A & C Black Publishers Ltd. (U.K.), HC 2010
L'encyclopedie Delachaux des Dinosaures. Delachaux et Niestle (France), HC 2014
Hunan Science and Technology Publishing House (China), HC 2016
Library Journal Best Reference 2010 (Print, Electronic, and Free Reference Resources) - One of five winning titles in Science category
Honorable Mention for the 2010 PROSE Award for Excellence in Single Volume Reference/Science, American Publishers Awards for Professional and Scholarly Excellence
Voted favorite prehistoric animal book of 2010 by Prehistoric Times readers
Audubon, Scientific American, Natural History, Smithsonian, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, American Paleontologist, Choice, USA Today, Prehistoric Times, Quarterly Review of Biology, Library Journal, South Dakota Bird Notes, New Haven Register, Portland Press Herald

Dinosaurs of the Air: The Evolution and Loss of Flight in Dinosaurs and Birds. The Johns Hopkins University Press, HC 2002
Voted favorite prehistoric animal book of 2002 by Prehistoric Times readers
The Times Literary Supplement, Choice, New Scientist, Ibis, Var Fagelvard, Zentralblatt fur Geologie und Palaontologie

The Scientific American Book of Dinosaurs. Editor, Byron Preiss, St. Martin's Press, HC 2000
St. Martin's Press, PB 2003
The Globe and Mail

Beyond Humanity: Cyberevolution and Future Minds. Co-author Earl Cox
Charles River Media, PB 1996; Motovun Co. Ltd. (Japan), HC 1998
Elected to the Sonneschian List
A Choice American Library Assoc Outstanding Academic Book of 1997
Nominated for the National Book Award
WWWIZ Magazine, Choice, D3 Magazine, Memoire de Trame

The Complete Illustrated Guide to Dinosaur Skeletons. Gakken (Japan), HC 1996

Predatory Dinosaurs of the World: A Complete Illustrated Guide. Simon & Schuster, HC 1988; Touchstone, PB 1989; UNI Agency (Japan), HC 1993

Book of the Month Club
McGraw-Hill Book Club
MacMillan Book Club
Preferred Choice Book Plan
Natural Science Book Club
Science News Books
The New York Times Book Review, Scientific American, Palaios, American Scientist, Archosaurian Articulations, The Osprey, Delaware Valley Paleontological Society Newsletter, Modern Geology
Lifestyles of the big and hungry (excerpt). Science Digest, April/May 1990

Print on demand books -

Gregory S. Paul's Dinosaur Coloring Book. Blurb, PB 2010

Gregory S. Paul's Dinosaur Coffee Table Book. Blurb, HC 2010
*standard and deluxe editions

Juvenile books -

Ancient Earth Journal: The Late Jurassic. Co-author J. Alonso. Walter Foster Jr, 2016
Voted Prehistoric Times favorite book, National Science Teachers Association awards winner.
Ancient Earth Journal: The Early Cretaceous. Co-author J. Alonso. Walter Foster Jr, 2015
National Science Teachers Association awards winner.

Technical papers –

Body mass estimate of Bruhathkayosaurus and other fragmentary sauropod remains suggest the largest land animals were about as big as the greatest whales. Co-author A. Larramendi. Lethaia Vol. 56 issue 2 June 9, 2023

Restoring the true form of the gigantic blue whale for the first time, and mass estimation. bioRxiv, Aug. 28, 2022 (preprint)

Observations on paleospecies determination, with additional data on Tyrannosaurus including its highly divergent species specific supraorbital display ornaments that give T. rex a new and unique life appearance. bioRxiv, Aug. 5, 2022

The tyrant lizard king, queen and emperor: multiple lines of morphological and stratigraphic evidence support subtle evolution and probable speciation within the North American genus Tyrannosaurus. Co-authors W.S. Persons IV & J. Van Raalte. Evolutionary Biology, March 2022

Authors' responses to media coverage of the paper:

G. Paul response

I Know Dino podcast interview, Episode 435, March 2023

90.5 WICN Inquiry Radio Interview, March 13, 2023

J. Van Raalte video response

W.S. Persons video response

Review and reappraisal of the specific gravities of present and past multi-cellular organisms, with an emphasis on vertebrates, particularly pterosaurs and dinosaurs. Co-authors A. Larramendi & S. Hsu. The Anatomical Record, 2021

Determining the largest known land animal: a critical comparison of differing methods of restoring the volume and mass of extinct animals. Annals of Carnegie Museum 85 (4), Dec. 31, 2019

Polar and K/Pg nonavian dinosaurs were low-metabolic rate reptiles vulnerable to cold-induced extinction, rather than more survivable tachyenergetic bird relatives: comment on an obsolete hypothesis. International Journal of Earth Sciences, July 28, 2017

Restoring maximum vertical browsing reach in sauropod dinosaurs. The Anatomical Record, May 2017 (advance online publication) DOI: 10.1002/ar.23617

Some notes on the diverse brachiosaurid sauropods of the Late Jurassic of North America, Europe and Africa. Figshare.com, June 2012

Evidence for avian-mammalian aerobic capacity and thermoregulation in Mesozoic dinosaurs. In The Complete Dinosaur, 2nd edition, 2012

Notes on the rising diversity of Iguanodont taxa, and Iguanodonts named after Darwin, Huxley, and evolutionary science." Actas de V Jornadas Internacionales sobre Paleontología de Dinosaurios y su Entorno, Salas de los Infantes, Burgos, 2012

Case 3506: Allosaurus Marsh, 1877 (Dinosauria, Theropoda): proposed conservation of usage by designation of a neotype for its type species Allosaurus fragilis Marsh, 1877. Co-author K. Carpenter. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 67 (1), March 2010

The extreme lifestyles and habits of the gigantic tyrannosaurid super predators of the Late Cretaceous of North America and Asia. Tyrannosaurus rex: The Tyrant King, 2008

A revised taxonomy of the iguanodont dinosaur genera and species. Cretaceous Research, 2008

Turning the old into the new: a separate genus for the gracile iguanodont from the Wealden of England. Horns and Beaks: Ceratopsian and Ornithopod Dinosaurs, 2006

Large hadrosaurine dinosaurs from the latest Campanian of Coahuila, Mexico. Co-authors J. Kirkland et al. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin, 2006

Body and tail posture in theropod dinosaurs. The Carnivorous Dinosaurs, 2005

Were the respiratory complexes of theropods likes those of crocodilians or birds? New Perspectives on the Origin and Early Evolution of Dinosaurs, 2001

Limb bone scaling, limb proportions, and bone strength in neoceratopsian dinosaurs. Co-author P. Christiansen. Gaia 16, 2001

Forelimb posture in neoceratopsian dinosaurs: Implications for gait and locomotion. Junior author P. Christiansen. Paleobiology 26 (3), 2000

Limb design, function and running performance in ostrich-mimics and tyrannosaurs. Gaia 15, 2000

An avian quadrate from the Late Cretaceous Lance Formation of Wyoming. Senior author A. Elzanowski, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 20 (4), 2000.

Terramegathermy and Cope’s Rule in the land of titans. Modern Geology 23 (1-4), 1998

Migration, and Reproductive behavior and rates. Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs, 1997

Dinosaur models: the good, the bad, and using them to estimate the mass of dinosaurs. In Dinofest International Proceedings, 1997

Appendix Extinct and Extant Giants Mass Comparison

Terramegathermy in the time of the titans: restoring the metabolics of colossal dinosaurs. Junior author G. Leahy. Paleontological Society Special Publication, 1994

Dinosaur reproduction in the fast lane: implications for size, success and extinction. In Dinosaur Eggs and Babies, 1994

Thermal environments of dinosaur nestlings: implications for endothermy and insulation. In Dinosaur Eggs and Babies, 1994

Physiology and migration of North Slope dinosaurs. In 1992 Proceedings International Conference on Arctic Margins, 1994

Are Syntarsus and the Whitaker quarry theropod the same genus? New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science Bulletin 3, 1993

The many myths, some old, some new, of dinosaurology. Historical Biology 16, 1991

An improbable view of Tertiary dinosaurs. Evolutionary Theory 9, 1990

Giant meteor impacts and great eruptions: dinosaur killers? Bioscience 39 (3), 1989

Reconstructing extinct vertebrates. Junior author T. Chase. In The Guild Handbook of Scientific Illustration, 1989

Physiological, migratorial and climatological implications of polar dinosaurs. Journal of Paleontology 62 (4), 1988

The brachiosaur giants of the Morrison and Tendaguru, with a description of a new subgenus, Giraffatitan, and a comparison of the world's largest dinosaurs. Hunteria 2 (3), 1988

The small predatory dinosaurs of the mid-Mesozoic, the horned small theropods - Proceratosaurus and Ornitholestes - of the Morrison and Great Oolite, and the sickle claw theropods - Deinonychus, Velociraptor and Saurornithoides - of the Cloverly, Djadokhta and Judith River, Hunteria 2 (4), 1988

Predation in the meat-eating dinosaurs. In Fourth Symposium on Mesozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems, Tyrrell Museum, 1987

The science and art of reconstructing the life appearance of dinosaurs and their relatives: a rigorous how-to guide. In Dinosaurs Past and Present Volume II, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, 1987

A new family of bird-like dinosaurs linking Laurasia and Gondwanaland. Senior author M. Brett-Surman. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 5 (2), 1985

The segnosaurian dinosaurs: relics of the prosauropod-ornithischian transition? Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 4 (4), 1984

The archosaurs: a phylogenetic study. In Third Symposium on Mesozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems, ATTEMPTO Verlag, 1984

Technical abstracts, letters, comments & reviews

Comment on Spinosaurus (Response to Sereno et. al.) bioRxiv, Aug. 25, 2022

Comment on Figure 33 in A new hadrosauroid (Dinosauria: Ornithopoda) from the Late Cretaceous Baynshire Formation of the Gobi Desert (Mongolia), May 1, 2019

Comment - A new name for a new potential dinosaur clade in a new era of phylogenetic-taxonomic instability within Dinosauria. Nature, May 24, 2017

Comment on Spinosaurus (Response to Ibrahim, et al.) Science, Dec. 1, 2014

Comment on Dreadnaughtus - Not so gigantic after all (Response to Lacovara, et al.) figshare.com, Dec. 2014

How far did dinosaurs really migrate, and how hot do elephants really get? (Response to M. Rowe, et al in The Journal of Experimental Biology) Oct. 2013

Terminology and terramegathermy. (Response to R. Seymour in PLoS One) July 2013

Evidence that Torosaurus is grown up Triceratops horridus. (Response to Longrich, Field in PLoS One) April 2012

Tyrannosaurus, the lean killing machine. (Response to Hutchinson, et al in PLoS One) Oct. 2011

The nearly columnar limbs of elephants are very different from the more flexed, spring action limbs of running mammals and birds (Response to Ren, Hutchinson et al). Journal of Experimental Biology, 2009

Comment - Narrow primary feather rachises in Confuciusornis and Archaeopteryx suggest poor flight ability. Science, 2010

Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Abstracts:

Fused Camarasaurus cervicals preserve an erect, not horizontal neck. 26 (3), 2006.

Speed in giant tyrannosaurs: anatomical and scaling comparisions of running potential with living animals/evolutionary computer simulation, co-author W. Sellers. 24 (3), 2004.

Who says dromaeosaurs couldn’t fly? 23 (3), 2003.

Speed potential in tyrannosaurs great and small & Problems with sauropod neck posture. 22 (3), 2002.

Increasing evidence for an arboreal origin of dinosaur-avian flight, and for losses of flight in post-urvogel dinosaurs, co-author G. Leahy. 21 (3), 2001.

Birds are dinosaurs, were some dinosaurs birds? 19 (3), 1999.

Differing bipedal and tripodal feeding modes in sauropods. 18 (3), 1998.

Respiratory systems in Mesozoic archosaurs. 17 (3), 1997.

The status of respiratory turbinates in theropods 16 (3), 1996.

Can nasal turbinates be used to diagnose paleometabolics? 15 (3), 1995.

Using pelvic dimensions to restore the aerobic capacity of extinct tetrapods, co-author G. Leahy. 14 (3), 1994.

Erect neck carriage and tall shoulders in high browsing tachymetabolic sauropods & The size and bulk of extinct giant land herbivores. 12 (3), 1992.

Long erect legs and rapid growth require high maximal and minimal metabolics in dinosaurs and Archaeopteryx, & Giant horned dinosaurs really did have fully erect forelimbs. 11 (3), 1991.

Two chronic myths in dinosaurology: why brain size doesn't tell us a darn thing about physiology, and why giant endotherms do not drop dead from heat stroke & A re-evaluation of the mass and flight of giant pterosaurs. 10 (3), 1990.

Book review (Dynamics of Dinosaurs by R. McN. Alexander). Historical Biology, 3 (4), 1990

Late Cretaceous vertebrate fossils from Alaska and implications for dinosaur ecology: Comment. Palaios, 4 (3), 1989

Pterodactyl habits - real and radio controlled. Nature, 328: 481, 1987

The hand of Archaeopteryx. Nature, 310: 732, 1984

Popular articles

Prehistoric Times articles:

Thoughts on Zdenek Burian. Summer 2023

Splitting Tyrannosaurus into Tyrant Lizard King, Queen and Emperor T. rex, T. regina, and T. imperator. Spring 2022

Paleoracism. Fall 2020

Non-ornithischian dinosaurs probably had lips, here's why. Fall 2018

The Princeton Field Guide to Dinosaurs: Second Edition. Winter 2017

My memories of Good Ol Jack (Sauropods) McIntosh. Spring 2016

A little more on Jurassic Park. Fall 2013

The Princeton Field Guide to Dinosaurs - The Follow-Up. Fall 2012

How the African Brachiosaurus became Giraffatitan &

Azhdarchids were not as big as giraffes! Spring 2011

Dino field guide. Winter 2011

Remaking the old into the new, new names for iguanodonts of Europe and North America. Fall 2008

Mamenchisaurus youngi, the dorky dinosaur. Fall 2007

The magical, mystery pterosaur Nyctosaurus gracilis. Oct./Nov. 2003

Screaming biplane dromaeosaurs of the air. June/July 2003

Jurassic Park boo boos. Aug./Sept. 1997

Drawing dinosaurs. Geotimes, Jan. 6, 2006

The stories behind Gregory S. Paul's dinosaur paintings: ancient Chinese feathers and dinosaurs. DinoPress (Japan), April 2002

Is there an evolutionary advantage to gigantism? Scientific American, Oct. 2000

Bipedal apatosaurs? Dinosaur Discoveries, Sep./Oct. 1997

On apes, evolution and theory. WASHline, April 1997

The art of Charles R. Knight. Scientific American, June 1996

The Dinosaur Report, The Dinosaur Society:

More on baby dinosaurs, Winter 1997

Tilting theropods and other dinosaurs, Winter 1996

Brooding over dinosaur nesting, Summer 1996

Gregory S. Paul’s dinoart notes (continuing series): Fat ankylosaurs - really, really fat ankylosaurs, Spring 1995

Big sauropods - really, really big sauropods, Fall 1994

Dinosaur art & restoration notes: Dicraeosaurs, Summer 1994

Restoring the life appearance of dinosaurs, 1995
Super-sauropods: The greatest creatures on earth, 1994
Dino-Frontline (Japan)

Morrison diplodocids: how seismic is Seismosaurus ? The Morrison Times (2), Summer 1993

The arrangement of the plates in the first complete Stegosaurus, Spring 1992; Is Garden Park home to the world's largest known land animal?, Nov. 1994  Tracks in Time, Garden Park Paleontology Society

Painting: The arts column. Omni, Oct. 1984

Popular reviews & letters

When dinosaurs really got reinstated as a group, New Scientist June 2, 2018

Flight of fancy. New Scientist, May 30, 2012

No K-T, no dinos? New Scientist, Feb. 8, 2012

Documentary problems. Primeval Prime Time website, Summer 2010

Dem bones. Baltimore City Paper, Jan. 2006

Bigger than blue whales? International Wildlife, July/Aug. 2001

The origin of errors about birds. Dinosaur Discoveries, May/June 1997

A comic history of dinosaurs. The Washington Post, Nov. 6, 1993

Whither the dinosaurs? Scientific American, April 1991

Reptile, run. The New York Times Book Review, Aug. 13, 1989

A duckbill out of water. Natural History, April 1987

A flying fiasco? No way. The Washington Post, May 31, 1986

More heat on the dinosaur debate. Co-author D. Costanzo. Science News, Sept. 1978

Publications covering GSP work and/or including GSP comments* -

A true holiday giant. Dinosaurus Blog, June 28, 2023

They want to break T. rex into 3 species. Other paleontologists are not pleased. A. Elbein, The New York Times, Feb. 28, 2022

The Tyrannosaurus rex is having an identity crisis. Science Friday, March 4, 2022

The king and queen of the dinosaurs? T. rex might actually have been THREE species - including the Tyrannosaurus REGINA - rather than one, fossil analysis reveals. J. Chadwick, Daily Mail, Feb. 28, 2022

Triple threat: experts say speedy "queen" T. rex was one of three separate species of tyrannosaur. S. Knapton, The Telegraph, March 1, 2022

El Tyrannosaurus podria ser tres especies en lugar de una. L. Camacho, El Pais, March 1, 2022

Call to split T. rex into 3 species sparks fierce debate. M. Greshko, National Geographic, Feb. 28, 2022

Tyrannosaurus rex may actually be three separate species. C. Barras, New Scientist, Feb. 28, 2022

Tyrannosaurus rex may have been three species, scientists say. The Guardian, Feb. 28, 2022

Tyrannosaurus trio! King of the dinosaurs may actually be three species. I. Grandall, Express, Feb. 28, 2022

Scientists propose Tyrannosaurus had three species, not just rex. W. Dunham, Reuters, Feb. 28, 2022

Tyrannosaurus rex could be three different species. M. Irving, New Atlas, Feb. 28, 2022

T. rex may have been misunderstood. K. Hunt, CNN, Feb. 28, 2022

Rochat, can you see? Triple your T. rex, triple your fun. S. Rochat, Times Call, March 6, 2022

Scientists propose the T. rex was actualy three different species. M. Osborne, Smithsonian, March 3, 2022

Was T. rex actually 3 species? Some scientists say so, others say hold on. A. O'Donoghue, KSL, March 2, 2022

Controversial paper suggests there are three Tyrannosaurus species. J. Ashworth, Natural History Museum (London), March 1, 2022

Prehistoric Times -

Your inner dinosaur - revealed! R. Telleria, Winter 2016

Dinosaur artists: Know your rights! R. Telleria, Spring 2013*

Paleoartists speak. M. Fredericks, Summer 2006*

The PT Interview: Gregory S. Paul. V. Curley, Dec. 2005/Jan. 2006*

The PT interview: Gregory S. Paul. B. Morales, April/May & June/July 1999*

A titanosaur that weighted 75 tons was the biggest dinosaur that ever lived, scientist says. A. Georgiou, Newsweek, June 16, 2020

We thought we knew the biggest dinosaur ever but something else might have stolen its thunder. E. Rayne, Syfy Wire, June 14, 2020

Here be giants. C. Barras, New Scientist, June 13, 2020

When dinosaurs went bad. G. Tarlach, Discover, May 2017

Yale's legacy in "Jurassic World". M. Cummings, Yale News, June 2015

Art in the service of science: You get what you pay for. K. Monoyios, guest blog Scientific American, Mar. 16, 2011

New life for dinosaurs. F. Roylance, The Baltimore Sun, Feb. 11, 2011

Salas, referencia paleontologica. J. Perez, La Voz de Pinaros, Sep. 17-23, 2010

Book review for Feathered Dinosaurs. B. Switek, Smithsonian, Feb. 23, 2009 

Did the dinosaurs invent biplane technology? J. Hecht, New Scientist, Jan. 27, 2007 *

Insight into the evolution of avian flight from a new clade of Early Cretaceous ornithurines from China and the morphology of Yixianornis grabaui, J. Clarke; Z. Zhou; F. Zhang, Journal of Anatomy 208 (3), March 2006

Dino-mite. G. Huang, Baltimore Messenger, June 23, 2004 *

Robots designed to show how dinosaurs moved, National Geographic News, March 13, 2003 * & National Geographic, March 2003

Dinosaur bones a Jane Doe case. M. Birks, Rockford Registar Star, Feb. 24, 2003 *

Rampaging T. rex? Hold on a minute. G. Gugliotta, The Washington Post, Feb 28, 2002 *

Dinos by design. C. Graber, Boys' Life, Oct. 2001 *

Walking on two legs. F. Saunders, Discover, March 2001 *

A makeover for an old friend, time and technology revamp a dinosaur classic. S. Perkins, Science News, Nov 4, 2000 *

New dig for dinosaurs. F. Roylance, The Baltimore Sun, Sep. 30, 1999 *

Young dinos grew up fast. E. Stokstad, Science, Oct. 23, 1998 *

Did dinosaurs use their whip-like tails to break the sound barrier? J. N. Wilford, The New York Times, Dec 2, 1997

Dino’s reputation shrinks. J. Fleck, Albuquerque Journal, April 21, 1997 *

The art of dinosaurs. W. Murray, Jurassic Park: The Complete Saga, Dinosaur, Spring 1997 *

The Puzzle of the Dinosaur-Bird, M. Schlein, 1996 [GSP portrait by Mark Hallett]

A visual guide to super-sauropods, Dino Times, Feb. 1995

Argentine dinos vie for heavyweight titles. T. Appenzeller, Science, Dec. 16, 1994 *

Honey, I shrunk the giant mammals. J. Hecht, New Scientist, Feb. 13, 1993

Fossils tell of Terminator dinosaur, & Dinamation shakes things up, Rocky Mountain News, Aug. 1992 *

The Guinness Book of World Records 1989, (cites work on largest dinosaurs)

Extinction theory challenged. T. Folger, Science Digest, Sept. 1989

Baltimorean debunks dinosaur finds. B. Rensberger, The Washington Post, May 11, 1988

Late Jurassic North American brachiosaurids. G. Olshevsky, Archosaurian Articulations, Aug. 1988

Dinosaur art of Gregory S. Paul. M. Tanimoto, Kaseki no Tomo (Japan), Oct. 1986

Development of a wing-flapping flying replica of the largest pterosaur. A. Brooks, P. MacCready, P. Lissaman, W. Morgan. AeroVironment Inc., American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), July 1985. Reprinted in SoarTech 7, July 1987

Popular book illustrations in

Ausgestorben um Zu Bleiben: Dinosaurier und ihre Nachfahren. B. Kegel, 2018 [dustcover]
Indica: A Deep History of the Indian Subcontinent. P. Lal, 2016
Scaly Spotted Feathered Frilled: How Do We Know What Dinosaurs Really Looked Like? C. Thimmesh, 2013
Dinosaur Sculpting: A Complete Guide. A. & D. Debus, B. Morales, 2013
The Visual Guide to Scale Model Dinosaurs. R. Telleria, 2012
Dinosaur Art: The World's Greatest Paleoart. S. White, 2012
Window Into the Jurassic World. N. McDonald, 2010 [inc. model cover]
Dinosaurs: How To Draw Thunder Lizards and Other Prehistoric Beasts. S. Miller, 2008
Thunder Lizards!: How To Draw Fantastic Dinosaurs. S. Miller, 2005
Dinosaurs. D. Lessem, 2004
Dinosaurs of the District of Columbia. P. Kranz, 2004
Tyrannosauruerne Kridttidens (Denmark). P. Christiansen, 2004
Dinosaurerne I nyt lys (Denmark). P. Christiansen, 2003
Rovdinosaurian fra Bornholm (Denmark). P. Christiansen, 2003
Discovering Dinosaurs series (Tyrannosaurus, Velociraptor, Diplodocus, Stegosaurus, Iguanodon). S. Fritz and G. Olshevsky, 2003
More With Less: Paul MacCready and the Dream of Efficient Flight. P. Ciotti, 2003 [QN]
A Field Guide to Dinosaurs: The Essential Handbook For Travelers in the Mesozoic. [unauthorized skeletals on cover]. H. Gee & L. Rey, 2003
The Greatest Dinosaur Expo. Japan, 2002
Starring T. rex!: Dinosaur Mythology and Popular Culture. J. Sanz, 2002
Beyond the Dinosaurs! Sky dragons sea monsters mega mammals and other prehistoric beasts. H. Zimmerman, 2001
The Book of Life: An Illustrated History of Life on Earth. S. Gould, 2001
Dinosaur Imagery: The John Lanzendorf Collection. Various, 2000
I Can Find a Dinosaur Myself. P. Kranz, 2000 [incl. cover]
Dinosaurs! The biggest baddest strangest fastest. H. Zimmerman, 2000
Prehistoric Life. W. Lindsay, H. Taylor, 2000 [QN]
The Young Oxford Book of the Prehistoric World. J. Bailey, T. Seddon, 2000 [QN]
Eggs, Nests and Baby Dinosaurs: A Look at Dinosaur Reproduction. K. Carpenter, 1999
A Dinosaur Named Sue: The Find of the Century. F. Robinson, 1999 [logo cover only]
Dinosaur Digs. Discovery Travel, 1999
Taking Wing: Archaeopteryx and the Evolution of Flight. P. Shipman, 1998
Dinosaurs of Utah. F. DeCourten, 1998
James Gurney: The World of Dinosaurs (A North American Selection). J. Gurney, M. Brett-Surman, T. Holtz, 1998
Earth System History. S. Stanley, 1998
Building and Painting Model Dinosaurs. R. Rimell, 1998
The Horned Dinosaurs: A Natural History. P. Dodson
The Evolution and Extinction of the Dinosaurs. D. Fastovsky & D. Weishampel, 1995
Dinosaurs: Their Life and Behaviour series [incl. cover] (Japan). 1995
Treasury of Literature. R. Farr (ed.), 1995
The T. rex World Exposition: Official Guide Book (Japan). 1995
Dr. Seuss Beginning Readers Yearbook. 1994
The Smithsonian Book of Flight. W. Boyne, 1994[QN]
The Third Event. P. Ward, 1994
Super Dinosaurs: The World of Dinosaur Art.(Japan) 1993 The Earth Through Time. H. Levin, 1993
Il monde dei Dinosauri. B. Kurten, 1993 [incl. cover]
The Dinosaur Society Dinosaur Encyclopedia [incl. cover]. D. Lessem & D. Glut, 1993
The Age of Dinosaurs. 1993
Jurassic Park Souvenir Book. 1993
The Complete T. rex (Japan) [incl. cover]. J. Horner & D. Lessem, 1993
The Complete T. rex. J. Horner & D. Lessem, 1993
The Book of Life. S. Gould ed., 1993
Biological Science. Keeton & S. Gould. 1992
Dinosaurs: Living Monsters of the Past. M. Benton, 1992
The Last Dinosaur Kingdom (Japan). 1992
The News About Dinosaurs (Japan). 1991
Extinction: Bad Genes or Bad Luck? [dustcover]. D. M. Raup, 1991
Dinosaur! D. Norman, 1991
Discover Dinosaurs. D. Glut, 1991
Tracking Dinosaurs: A New Look at an Ancient World. M. Lockley, 1991
Dans les Traces des Dinosaures [incl. cover]. E. Buffetaut, 1991
The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Pterosaurs. P. Wellnhofer, 1991 [QN]
Flight. W. Boyne, 1990 [QN]
Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs. B. Britt, 1990
Wonder and Mystery of Dinosaurs in Art (Japan). C. Nicol, 1990
A Photographic Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs (Japan). 1990
1990 Collier's Encyclopedia Year Book, (P. Currie). 1990
Dinosaurs A to Z. J. Wallace, 1990
The Dinosaur Data Book. D. Lambert, 1990
Reader's Digest Did You Know?. 1990 [QN]
Ancient Environments. C. Newton, 1989
The Prehistoric World of the Dinosaur. D. Norman, 1989
The News About Dinosaurs [incl. cover]. P. Lauber, 1989
The Complete Book of the Dinosaur. J. Wallace, 1989
Evolution of Complexity (by Means of Natural Selection). J. Bonner, 1988
The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaur. J. Wallace, 1987
Dinosaurs! Childcraft/World Book. R. Zeleny (ed.), 1987; 1990
Mieszkancy Swiatow Alternatywnych (Poland). M. Ryszkiewicz, 1987
Bones for Barnum Brown: Adventures of a Dinosaur Hunter. R. Bird, 1985
Thread of Life: The Smithsonian Looks at Evolution. R. Lewin, 1982
The New Evolutionary Timetable: Fossils, Genes and the Origin of Species. S. Stanley, 1981
The Panda's Thumb: More Reflections in Natural History. S. Gould, 1980
Let's Discover: The Prehistoric World [cover]. Raintree, 1980
Dinosaurs and People: Facts, Fossils, and Fantasies [incl. cover]. L. Pringle, 1978

Magazine, journal, newspaper & newsletter illustrations in

The Baltimore Sun, Feb. 2011, June 1978, Dec. 2000
Urbanite Baltimore, Dec. 2010
Science, Oct. 2010, Oct. 2009, July 1998, April 1978
Discover, May 2006, Oct. 1993
Prehistoric Times, numerous issues 1999- [cover April/May & June/July 1999]
The Washington Post, Nov., Oct. 2006, June 2000, May 1998, Feb. 1992, May 1986, Aug. 1972
Geotimes, Jan. 2006 [cover], May 1989 [cover]
Amazing Figure Modeler, 2005
The Santa Fe New Mexican, April 2003
The Washington Post Magazine, March 2003
US News & World Report [fold out spread], July 2002
VEJA (Brazil), July 2002
DinoPress (Japan), 2001-02
Baltimore Magazine, March 2000
Natural History, March 1998, Sept. 1993, May 1978
University of Chicago Magazine, Feb. 1998
The New York Times, Dec. 1997, July 1981
Dinosaurus, Sept/Oct 1997
Dinosaur, 1997
Colorado Fossil Quarterly, 1997-
Maryland Geological Survey Special Publication, 1996
Nature , Dec. 1995, April 1990, Feb. 1979
West Highland Free Press (Scotland), Jan. 1995
Earthwatch [cover], Nov./Dec., 1994
Ciencias (Argentina), 1993
Marvel UK Comics [cover], Oct. 1993
The Dinosaur Times, Summer 1993
Dinosaur, Summer 1993
The New York Post, June 1993
The Journal, June 11, 1993
Echoes, 1993
Time, April 26, 1993
P.M. (Germany), April 1993, Feb. 1988
National Geographic, map supplement, Jan. 1993
Quest, Jan. 1993
S. W. Paleontological Society NL, 1993
Newton (Japan), Aug. 1992
Dino-Frontline (Japan), 1992-96
The Dinosaur Report, starting 1992
Dino Times, starting 1992
Terra, Jan./Feb. 1986, Summer 1991
The Garden Doctor, March 1991
Boston Museum of Science Newsletter, Summer 1989
Noticias Paleontologicas (Spain), May 1989
Equinox (Canada), March/April 1989
Kaseki no Tomo (Japan), March 1989, April 1986
Current Science, Jan. 1989, Jan. 1979
Science News, Jan. 1988, Oct 1985, June 1981, Sep. 1978, April 1978
Alumni Magazine Consortium, Fall 1988
Kijk (Netherlands), Nov. 1987
Bioscience, Oct. 1987
UsAir, Sept. 1987
Ranger Rick, July 1987, Nov. 1983
Smithsonian, June 1987, March 1986, July 1982, June 1979, Nov. 1978, June 1978
Modern Maturity, Oct. 1986
Science 86, April 1986
Engineering & Science, Nov 1985
New Scientist, Oct. 1985
Erizzo (Italy), 1985
Anima (Japan), 1984
Geological Association Guidebook, 1984
Carnegie Magazine, May/June 1982
Science & Vie (France), Nov. 1981
Science Digest, Aug. 1981
Science 80, July-Aug. 1980
Johns Hopkins Magazine [incl. cover], April 1979
The Wilson Quarterly, Summer 1978

Technical book, paper, booklet & pamphlet illustrations in -

Revue de Paleobiologie, Geneve. P. Galton, 2020, 2014
Royal Society of Open Science. S. Egawa et al., 2018
The Sauropod Dinosaurs: Life in the Age of Giants. M. Wedel & M. Hallett, 2016
Neues Jahrbuch fur Geologie und Palaontologie. P. Galton & K. Carpenter, 2016
Dinosaurs of the British Isles. D. Lomax & N. Tamura, 2014
Swiss Journal of Geosciences. K. Carpenter, 2011, 2010; P. Galton, 2010; P. Galton & D. Kermack, 2010
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. S. Nesbitt, 2011
Journal of Morphology. E. Schachner, et al., 2011
Triassic Life On Land: The Great Transition. H. Sues & N. Fraser, 2010
The Paleontology of New Mexico. B. Kues, 2008
Tyrannosaurus rex: The Tyrant King. P. Larson, 2008
Horns and Beaks: Ceratopsian and Ornithopod Dinosaurs. K. Carpenter ed., 2007
Journal of Anatomy [incl. cover]. J. Clarke, 2006
The Dinosauria. 2nd edition. D. Weishampel, P. Dodson, H. Olsmoska (ed.), 2005, 1990
Nature. J. Kirkland et al. 2005, M. Brett-Surman, 1979
The Carnivorous Dinosaurs. J. Kirkland & D. Wolfe, 2005
Dinosaur Provincial Park: A Spectacular Ancient Ecosystem Revealed. P. Currie, E. Koppelus, 2005
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. J. Clarke, 2004
Annales of Paleontology. O. Mateus & M. Antunes, 2002
The Armored Dinosaurs. ed. K. Carpenter, 2001
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. J. Harris & A. Downs, 2002
Historical Biology. D. Norman, 2000
Earth System History. S. Stanley, 1998
Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs. P. Currie & K. Padian, 1997
Dinosaurs: The Encyclopedia & Supplements. D. Glut, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012
The Complete Dinosaur. J. Farlow & M. Brett-Surman, 2012, 1997
Dinosaurs Eggs and Babies [incl. cover]. K. Carpenter, K. Hirsch, J. Horner, eds., 1996
The Dinosaurs of Marsh and Cope: The Jurassic Dinosaurs of Garden Park Colorado. K. Carpenter, 1996
Maryland Geological Survey Publications. P. Kranz, 1996
Origin and Evolution of the Earth. K. Condie & R. Sloan, 1995
Evolution and the Molecular Revolution, C. Marshall & J. Schopf (eds.), 1995
Origin & Evolution of Humans & Humanness. T. Rasmussen, 1993
The Dinosaur Discovery Center. Anonymous, 1993
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London: Biological Sciences. S. Chatterjee, 1991, 1980
Dinosaur Systematics: Approaches and Perspectives [dustcover]. K. Carpenter & P. Currie, 1990 (same on Cambridge Univ Press booklist cover, Fall 1992)
The Dicynodonts: A Study in Paleobiology. G. King, 1990
Dinosaurs in Maryland (Maryland Geological Survey Publications Educational Series No. 6). P. Kranz, 1989
Fourth Symposium on Mesozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems. D. Norman, 1987
Dinosaurs Past and Present Volume II. E. Olson, S. Czerkas, eds., 1987
Dinosaurs Past and Present Volume I. E. Olson, S. Czerkas, eds., 1987
in 'The return of the dancing dinosaurs', R. Bakker [and uncredited for pp42-43]
Zool. Jb. Anat. A. Elzanowski, 1987
Hunteria. M. Parrish, 1986
Life Through Time. S. Stanley, 1986, 1989
The Beginning of the Age of Dinosaurs: Faunal Changes Across the Triassic-Jurassic Boundary. K. Padian (ed.) in 'Terrestrial vertebrate faunal succession', J. Zawiskie, 1986
Bulletin L'Institut Royal Sciences Naturalles de Belgique. D. Norman, 1986
Third Symposium on Mesozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems. P. Currie, 1984
On Size and Life. T. MacMahon & J. Bonner, 1983
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London: Biological Sciences, S. Chatterjee, 1980
Memoires Societe Geologique de France. S. Chatterjee, 1980
A Cold Look at the Warm-Blooded Dinosaurs, eds. R. Thomas, E. Olson, uncredited in R. Bakker, Dinosaur heresy-dinosaur renaissance: 'why we need endothermic archosaurs for a comprehensive theory of bioenergetic evolution', 1980
Macroevolution: Pattern and Process. S. Stanley, 1979

Automobile license plate image-

Maryland/Maryland Science Center Astrodon, 2000-06

Posters -

Carnivores. Aquarius/Smithsonian Institution, 2021
Herbivores. Aquarius/Smithsonian Institution, 2021
Dinosaurs. Aquarius/Smithsonian Institution, 2017
Various artwork. Zazzle, 2013-Current
Various artwork. Publications International, 1988
QN: The Living Machine. Smithsonian Institution, 1986 [QN]


Dinosaurs 2018. Aquarius/Smithsonian Institution
Beyond the Dinosaurs 2017. Zazzle
Your Inner Dinosaur 2016. Zazzle
Anatomy of a Dinosaur 2015. Zazzle
Dinosaurs: Elements in Focus 2014. Zazzle
Dinosaurs: Profiles in Prehistory 2013. Zazzle
All Dinosaurs Great & Small 2012. Zazzle
Dinosaurs: A Coloring Calendar 2011. Zazzle
Mesozoic Birds & Feathered Dinosaurs 2011. Zazzle
Dinosaurs! 2010. Universe/Smithsonian
The Pop-Up Dinosaur Calendar 2009. Universe/Smithsonian
The Pop-Up Dinosaur Calendar 2008. Universe/Smithsonian
Dinosaurs 1989. Publications International (multiple artists)
Dinosaurs 1988. Publications International (multiple artists)
Dinosaurs 1988. Starwood
(featured in Style section of The Washington Post)
On the Wing 1987. Impact/Smithsonian Institution [QN]


Stegosaurus & Allosaurus. Dinosaur Depot, 1995
Dinosaurs One (postcard set). Starwood, 1987
On the Wing. Smithsonian Institution, 1986 [QN]
Dilophosaurus. Dinosaur State Park, model photos, 1980s

Puzzles and games

Carnivores. Aquarius/Smithsonian Institution, 2021
Herbivores. Aquarius/Smithsonian Institution, 2021
Dinosaurs. Aquarius/Smithsonian Institution, 2017
Various artwork. Zazzle, 2012
Gregory Paul's Real Dinosaurs (various artwork). American Publishing, 1988

Playing cards

Dinosaurs. Aquarius/Smithsonian Institution, 2017


Dinosaurs - tin lunch box and mugs. Aquarius/Smithsonian Institution, 2017

Theatrical motion picture images -

Dinosaur 13. Lionsgate/CNN Films, 2014
Waking the T. rex: The Story of Sue. D3D Cinema/The Field Museum, 2010
Jurassic Park. Universal Pictures, 1993

Television images

TLC Elementary School: Investigating Dinosaurs. TLC, 2000 [QN]
Eyewitness: Prehistoric Life. BBC/DK Video, 1996 [QN]
Planet of Life: Creatures of the Skies NHK, Japan, 1995 [QN]
Dinofest. IU, 1994
PaleoWorld. The Learning Channel, 1994-97 - "Carnosaurs", "The Legendary T Rex", "Mistaken Identity", "Mysteries of Extinction", "Dino Docs" (uncredited), "Flight of the Pterosaurs" [QN] (1994); "Dinos in the Snow", "Dino Diet" (1996); "Secrets of Brontosaurus" (uncredited) (1997)   
NOVA - "Dinosaurs of the Gobi", WGBH/PBS, 1993; "Case of the Flying Dinosaur", WGBH/PBS, 1991
The Last Dinosaur Kingdom. Fuji Television (Japan), 1992 (incl. promotional poster)
The Dinosaurs! - "The Monsters Emerge". WGBH/PBS, 1992
The Nature Connection with David Suzuki - "Badlands". CBC, 1989
Lost Worlds, Vanished Lives - "Putting Flesh On Bone". BBC, 1989 [QN]
The Infinite Voyage - "The Great Dinosaur Hunt". WGBH/PBS, 1989
Innovation - "Paul MacCready: Doing More With Less". WNET/13, 1989 [QN/art]; "Dinosaur Chic". WNET/13, 1987
Today. NBC, 1987
Living with Animals. PBS, 1987
3-2-1 Contact - "Unbelievable Flying Objects". CTW/PBS, 1987 [QN]
WNET/13. 1987
20/20. ABC, 1986 [QN]
More Dinosaurs. Midwich Entertainment, 1985 [only on-screen appearance in a dino program]
The Nature of Things - "Dinosaurs: Remains To Be Seen". CBC, 1985

Video images -

The Continuing Story of Sue. Lionsgate Films, 2014
The Amazing World of Dinosaurs. Mill Creek Ent., 2012
How to Build a Dinosaur. BBC Productions, 2011
Step Into the Early Jurassic. Dinosaur State Park & CT Dept. of Environmental Protection, 2006 [Dilophosaurus model, inc. cover]
100 Years of Tyrannosaurus rex: A Symposium - Speaker Presentations. Black Hills Museum of Natural History, 2006
The Making of Prehysteria. Moonbeam Entertainment, 1993
In Search of the Dragon: The Greatest Dinosaur Hunt of the Century. Great North Prodns./Ex Terra, 1991
Dinosaurs. Smithsonian Video Collection, VHS and laserdisc, 1989
Ancient Wings, 1986 [QN/art]

Video advertisement images -

98 Rock, 1992-93

Print advertisement images -

Komatsu Co. - machinery [Monolith Inc.], Japan, 1994

Museum exhibit images

Perot Museum of Nature and Science, 2012
American Museum of Natural History, 2006, 2005, 1995
Naturhistorisches Museum Wien (Vienna), 2011
Maryland Science Center, 2004, 1999 (3x5 ft oil paleolandscape)
Canadian Museum of Nature, 2004
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis, 2004
Smithsonian Institution/National Museum of Natural History, 2003
North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, 2000
Fukui Dinosaur Museum, 2000
America’s Smithsonian (traveling exhibit), 1996-98
Gunma Museum of Natural History (Japan), 1996
Izumi Village Local Museum (Japan), 1996
Denver Museum of Natural History, 1995
Hunterian Museum, Scotland, 1995 Dinosaur Depot Museum, 1995
Buffalo Bill Dam Visitor Center, 1994
St. Louis Science Center, 1991
Virginia Living Museum, 1990
Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences, 1986

Exhibits Design & Development -

Bambiraptor & Dinosaur-Bird Evolution, Graves Museum of Natural History and Broward County Convention Center, Fort Lauderdale, 2000

Dinosaur hall, Maryland Science Center, 2002-04
Daily Record Award for Innovation, Baltimore Magazine Best Jurassic Reconstruction, City Paper Best New Exhibit

Commercial/promotional logos

Tyrannosaurus and Velociraptor. Dinosaur Walk Museums
Tyrannosaurus. Maryland Science Center
SUE - Tyrannosaurus. Field Museum of Natural History
Stegosaurus. Dinosaur Depot Museum
QN - Quetzalcoatlus. Smithsonian Institution

Computer images -

150 Years of America’s Smithsonian, CD-ROM, 1996
3-D animated images. Crestline Software, 1994-
3-D Dinosaur Adventure. Knowledge Adventure, 1994 [QN]

DinoRobotics projects -

Animatronix, Kritosaurus, 2003. Private venture to develop highly accurate, full size non-walking dinosaur robots.

Dinosaur Robots, Inc. "Troody" the Troodon, 2000. Private venture developed from MIT Artificial Intelligence Lab, a project to develop fully mobile walking, realistic dinosaur robots.

AeroVironment,"QN" the Quetzalcoatlus northropi, 1986. The first semi-robotic flying, half scale ornithopter/pterosaur flown over Death Valley, CA in the IMAX film On the Wing. Displayed at the National Zoological Park Visitor Center (Wash. DC) 1988-2002. Now privately stored in the National Museum of Air and Space's Paul E. Garber Preservation, Restoration and Storage Facility in Suitland, MD.

Full size sculpture designs -

Brontotherium. Hall Train Studios, 2007
Dinictis. Hall Train Studios, 2007
Astrodon vs. Acrocanthosaurus. Hall Train Studios for Maryland Science Center, 2004
Apatosaurus. Hall Train Studios for Dinosaur Walk Museum, Pigeon Forge, TN, 2002 (closed in 2011)
Tyrannosaurus skull and muscles. Stephen Brois, 1993
Dilophosaurus. Richard Rush Studios (Roger Walshlager) for Dinosaur State Park, 1981
Triceratops. Milwaukee Public Museum (Floyd Easterman), 1980

Commercial models based on GSP designs -

Brachiosaurus brancai 1/35 resin kit. Dragon Attack! (Bob Morales), 1999
Daspletosaurus torosus 1/8 bronze and resin casts. Michael Trcic, 1993
Quetzalcoatlus northropi QN PVC toy by WAI; wood skeleton with GSP art on box by WACO
(On the Wing tie-ins sold in Smithsonian gift shop, 1986.)

Skeletons mounted following GSP images -

Tyrannosaurus, Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences
Kritosaurus, Mexico Geological Institute
Prestosuchus, American Museum Natural History
Allosaurus & Stegosaurus, Denver Museum of Natural History
Dimetrodon & Eryops, Denver Museum of Natural History
Coelophysis, Denver Museum of Natural History
Troodon & Orodromeus, traveling exhibit
Allosaurus, Smithsonian Institution/National Museum of Natural History

Scientific advisory and advocacy group memberships -

Governor's Advisory Committee on Promoting Paleontology (Maryland), 1992-93
Garden Park Paleontological Society (Colorado), 1991-96
Camous Freethought Debate Circuit, 2000-

Early scientific employment, consultations & illustrations -

Drawings and diagrams for animated theropod-to-bird sequence, The Dinosaurs!, WHYY/PBS, 1992

Consultant and data source on Stegosaurus video for Fernbank Museum of Natural History (Atlanta) by Ohio State Supercomputer Center, 1989

Drawings and motion diagrams for animated running theropod-to-bird sequence, The Infinite Voyage, WQED/PBS, 1988

Consultation on commercial dinosaur advertising proposal, Tokyo Commercial Film Co., 1988

Consultant for half scale Quetzalcoatlus model, Studio 144/Taipei Educational Center

Consultation and rewriting for Dinosaur Posters, Publishing Inc., 1986

Consultant for life-sized Velociraptor and Stegosaurus sculptures, S. Czerkas and California Academy of Sciences, 1985/86

Designer of dinosaur mural, Museo Argentino Ciencias Naturales, 1985

Illustrator of "dinosaur chalkboard", Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences, 1984

Informal research associate and illustrator, R. Bakker and Earth and Planetary Sciences, The Johns Hopkins University, 1977-84

Illustrator of Anchisaurus skull, P. Galton, 1983

Paintings of Late Cretaceous scenes, Tyrrell Museum, 1980-82

Paintings and consultation for projected children's books, Smithsonian Books, 1979-80

Consultant for artist of The American Continent, Smithsonian Books, 1979

Painting and consultation for educational dinosaur filmstrip, Publishing Inc., 1978

Illustrations of assorted vertebrate fossils, Smithsonian Naturalist Center, 1976

Volunteer assistance in fossil cataloguing and preparation, Smithsonian, 1976-77

Radio -

The Marc Steiner Show, Dec. 2010
NPR, tyrannosaur conference, Rockford, Illinois, Feb. 2003

Presentations before scientific and professional meetings

The Princeton Field Guide to Dinosaurs lecture and book signings (A Guide to Understanding the Times, Biology and Appearances of Dinosaurs Great and Small):

Watch lecture

Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh; Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Atlanta; Miami Science Museum (at Books and Books), Coral Gables; Yale University/Peabody Museum of Natural History, New Haven, 2010; Museum of the Earth, Ithaca; Princeton Public Library, Princeton, 2011

Iguanodonts, a more diverse lot than we thought. Salas, Spain, 2010

Preserved Camarasurus cervicals preserve an erect, not horizontal, neck. Ottawa, 2006

Speed in giant tyrannosaurs: anatomical and scaling comparisions of running potential with living animals/evolutionary computer simulation (co-author W. Sellers). Denver, 2004

Who says dromaeosaurs couldn’t fly? St. Paul, 2003

Speed potential in tyrannosaurs great and small & Problems with sauropod neck posture. Tulsa, 2002

Increasing evidence for an arboreal origin of dinosaur-avian flight, and for losses of flight in post-urvogel dinosaurs & Metabolic implications of growth rates in dinosaurs, co-author G. Leahy. Bozeman, 2001

Birds are dinosaurs, were some dinosaurs birds? Denver, 1999

Differing bipedal and tripodal feeding modes in sauropods. Snowbird, 1998

Respiratory systems in Mesozoic archosaurs. Chicago, 1997

The status of respiratory turbinates in theropods. New York, 1996

Can nasal turbinates be used to diagnose paleometabolics?
Pittsburgh, 1996

Using pelvic dimensions to restore the aerobic capacity of extinct tetrapods. Seattle, 1994

Erect neck carriage and tall shoulders in high browsing tachymetabolic sauropods & The size and bulk of extinct giant land herbivores. Toronto, 1992

Long erect legs and rapid growth require high maximal and minimal metabolics in dinosaurs and Archaeopteryx & Giant horned dinosaurs really did have fully erect forelimbs, San Diego, 1991

Two chronic myths in dinosaurology: why brain size doesn't tell us a darn thing about physiology, and why giant endotherms do not drop dead from heat stroke & A re-evaluation of the mass and flight of giant pterosaurs. Lawrence, 1990

High set shoulders and vertical necks in the brachiosaurid, camarasaurid, and euhelopid sauropods. Austin, 1989

The brachiosaurian giants of the Morrison and Tendaguru, and the world's largest dinosaurs. Philadelphia, 1986

Archaeopteryx and the origin of the avian lung. Pittsburgh, 1980

Speed and size in the ostrich-mimic and tyrannosaurid dinosaurs. Gainesville, 1979

Skull size and physiology in small-skulled dinosaurs and birds. Toronto, 1978

Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Annual Meetings:

The lifestyles and habits of the gigantic tyrannosaurid super predators of the Late Cretaceous of North America and Asia, Hill City, 2005

The science and art of restoring dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals. Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, Williamsburg, 2004 and Bar Harbor, 2005

Birds are dinosaurs, were some dinosaurs birds? The Florida Symposium on Dinosaur Bird Evolution, Graves Museum of Natural History, Dania, 2000

Complexities in the evolution of birds from predatory dinosaurs: Archaeopteryx was a flying dromaeosaur, and some Cretaceous dinosaurs may have been secondarily flightless. Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, 4th International Meeting, Washington D.C., 1996

Limb posture and locomotion in ceratopsid dinosaurs. Paleobiology Seminar Series, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian, Washington DC, 1999

Dinosaurs - The aerobic powerhouses & Super-pterosaurs, DinoFest III, Philadelphia, 1998. Those wonderful but sometimes wacky dinosaur models, why you should not always believe what you hold. DinoFest II, Tempe, 1996. Terramegathermy in the time of the titans: restoring the metabolics of colossal dinosaurs. DinoFest, Indianapolis, 1994

Migrations, gigantothermy and elevated aerobic metabolisms, which best explains how dinosaurs coped with the winters of the far north? International Conference on Arctic Margins, Anchorage, 1992

Predation and defense in the dinosaurs; & Head size and physiology in the sauropod dinosaurs. International Symposium on Fossil Vertebrate Behaviour, Bozeman, 1988

The science and art of reconstructing the life appearance of dinosaurs and their relatives. Dinosaurs Past and Present Art Exhibit, Los Angeles, 1986

The evolution of the avian skull and skeleton in the sickle clawed dinosaurs. Symposium on Mesozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems, Warsaw, 1981

Talks on the evolution of computers & robotics -

Computers, robotics, space travel and the engineering of god. National Capital Astronomers, Washington D.C., Dec. 7, 1991

Field work -

Late Cretaceous, southeast Alberta. Tyrrell Museum group, 2001
Early Cretaceous, east-central Utah. Denver Museum of Natural History expedition, 1996
Late Jurassic, Garden Park Colorado. Denver Museum of Natural History expedition, 1992-93
Late Jurassic, Como Bluff Wyoming; Eocene, Willwood Formation Wyoming. Late Cretaceous, Pierre Shale Wyoming, Willwood. Johns Hopkins University expedition, 1979-80
Late Cretaceous, North Horn Utah; Paleocene, Kutz Canyon New Mexico; Late Cretaceous, Kirtland-Fruitland Formation New Mexico; Late Cretaceous, Lance Formation Wyoming; Como Bluff; Pierre Shale. Johns Hopkins University expedition, 1978

Dinosaur art exhibitions

The Dinosaur Park, Laurel, MD 2009
Dinosaur Days, Maryland Science Center, 2005
Designing Dinosaurs: Bruce Museum, Peabody Museum, Dinofest 98, 1997-98
Dinosaurs Past and Present: Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Denver Museum Natural History Museum,
National Museum of Canada, American Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, New Mexico Natural History Museum, Tyrrell Museum, Royal Ontario Museum, The Children's Museum of Indianapolis, Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, The Field Museum, Royal Museum of Scotland, National Museum of Wales, British Museum of Natural History, 1986-1991
Dinofest, California Academy of Sciences, 1985
The Dinosaur Show, Museum of Science (Boston), 1984-85

Teaching experience -

DinoCourse, Johns Hopkins University Continuing Ed, 1993
Teaching assistant in vertebrate paleontology, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Johns Hopkins University, 1979

Organizations -

Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, since 1979
National Center for Science Education, since 1992
Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, since 1986

Art education -

Renaissance oil painting under J. Bannon, 1977-78

Education -

Informal studies under R. Bakker at Dept. Earth and Planetary Sciences, Johns Hopkins University, 1977-84
Northern Virginia Community College, 1973-78