This list will be expanded as time allows. If you know of any we didnt mention feel free to send a note with the pertinent subject.
Research is an important part of part of doing and getting palaeontological reconstruction as right as it can be or of bolstering your own notions. Be sure to practice your research skills on the Internet (useful, hopefully generic enough, links: www.virtualchase.com/quality/c… , www.lib.berkeley.edu/TeachingL… , www.library.jhu.edu/researchhe… ) and in libraries.
If you have a Public University near you ask at their library what services the general public can access there.
Linked below are useful references for your palaeontological research needs.
Wikipedia. A good starting point for your research if you stick to the articles with references.
The Tree of Life Web Project. A colaborative project intent on mapping the phylogenetic relationships of organisms.
Mikko Haaramo's Phylogeny Archive. An archive that delves into the varying views of ascent and descent among organisms.
Digital Morphology at the University of Texas. A digital library storing high-resolution computed X-ray tomographs of biological specimens.
The University of California Museum of Paleontology. Includes an overview cladogram of all Life.
Palaeos - The Trace of Life on Earth and the Palaeos.org Wiki. Very informative reference specially on vertebrate paleontology although expanding onto other subjects.
Dino Russ's Lair
The Theropod Database
Stratigraphy and Sedimentology on the Colorado Plateau. Scroll down for palaeogeographic maps.
The Paleomap Project
VRTPALEO (Vertebrate Paleontology) Mailing List.
Dinosaur Mailing List and the Archives of the Dinosaur Mailing List
Journal Search Engines
Directory of Open Access Journals
Open Science Directory
Publishers & Journals
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Nature Publishing Group
Society of Vertebrate Paleontology
Cambridge University Press
Royal Society Publishing
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica
Journal of Paleontological Techniques
Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology (IVPP)
Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press
Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology
Museu Nacional de História Natural
Gaia nº 15 "Aspects of Theropod Paleobiology"
American Museum of Natural History Research Library
SciELO Scientific Electronic Library Online
USGS Publications Warehouse
DRUM Digital Repository at the University of Maryland
University of Kansas KU ScholarWorks
Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Geológicas (RMCG)
The Knowledge Bank at Ohio State University
Deep Blue at the University of Michigan
The Theropod Archives
Electronic Journals Library
The Polyglot Paleontologist
Fumanya International Symposium Vertebrate Palaeoichnology 2005
Xiaoming Wang, Dept. of Vertebrate Paleontology, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles
Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.; Vertebrate Paleontologist, Dept. of Geology, University of Maryland
John R Hutchinson, Royal Veterinary College, University of London
e-Geowords | Hugh Rance's geological website
Dr. Zhonghe Zhou, IVPP
S. Christopher Bennett, Dept. of Biological Sciences, Fort Hays State University
BIBLIOGRAPHY AND ARCHIVE OF THE PTEROSAURIA
Kenneth Carpenter, Denver Museum on Nature & Science
Kenneth Carpenter's reprints
ANKYLOSAUR PDF LIBRARY
Published Works of Luis M. Chiappe, Dinosaur Institute
Published Works of Rodolfo A. Coria, Dinosaur Institute
O. C. Marsh Papers
Dr. Philip J Currie
Reprints by Michael J. Benton
Jeffrey A. Wilson, Museum of Paleontology, The University of Michigan
Dr Steve Salisbury, The University of Queensland
Randall B. Irmis, University of California Museum of Paleontology
Jerry D. Harris, Dixie State College
2006 Goseong International Dinosaur Symposium
Robert M. Sullivan
Lawrence M. Witmer