Tuesday, 20th September
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Caroline Buttler
The Evolution of Wales
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Terry W Manning
Embryonic dinosaurs and their importance
01:00
John G Martin
Objects and Objectives
01:00
Katherine J Andrew
Conservation of a giant Irish Elk skull and antlers for Kendle Museum, an award winning project
01:00
Richard J Twitchett
Important sites in Western Canada
01:00
Eberhard ‘Dino’ Frey & Susanne Henßen
Mounting the Rhynchosaurian Stenaulorhynchus or -The Correction of an Anatomical Disaster
01:00
Stephen Hutt
Preparation for the people
01:00
Steve Etches
Fishes of the Kimmeridge Clay
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Wednesday, 21st September
Session: 1
Chair:
John Maisey
 
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Philippe Janvier
First Devonian placoderm from the Indochina block.
01:00
Natasha Krupina & Robert R. Reisz
The skull and tooth system construction of Orlovichthys limnatus, a a Late Devonian dipnoan from Russia
01:00
Michel Martin
Tertiary lepidosirenids from Brazil
01:00
Bernd Herkner
Crossopterygians fins - Function and evolution
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Session: 2
Chair:
Philippe Janvier
 
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Bruno Chanet
New data concerning fossil Bothidae
01:00
John G Maisey
Trophic organisation within Mesozoic fish communities
01:00
Gloria Arratia & Antonio de la Peña-Zarzuelo
About a new esocoid from the Tertiary of Spain and its relationships
01:00
Paul Lambers
Phylogeny of halecostomes and the tail anatomy of teleosts
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Session: 3
Chair:
Jenny Clack
 
01:00
Christopher J Duffin
Neoselachian sharks from Holzmaden
01:00
Igor V Novikov & Michael A Shishkin
Relic anthracosaur amphibians in early Mesozoic of Eastern Europe
01:00
Susan E Evans & Andrew R Milner
A metamorphosed salamander from the Lower Cretaceous of Las Hoyas, Spain
01:00
Liz Cook
Experimental fluvial taphonomy
01:00
Michael J Benton
Tetrapods of the Permo-Triassic of Eastern Europe
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Session: 4
Chair:
Michael J. Benton
 
01:00
Gilles Cuny
Effect of the Rhaetian transgression upon the faunal turnover at the Triassic-Jurassic boundary in France
01:00
Axel Hungerbühler
Scavenging on a prosauropod carcass from the Upper Triassic of Germany
01:00
Adrian Hunt et. al.
Dinosaur tracks and sedimentary environments
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Thursday, 22nd September 1994
Session: 5
Chair:
David Brown
 
01:00
Joanna Wright
Sedimentology, taphonomy and palaeoenvironments of the fossil trackways of the Newark Supergroup, North America
01:00
Michael King
Triassic vertebrate footprints; new discoveries from north-west England
01:00
Pierre Hantzpergue et. al.
Discovery of probelmatic vertebrate foot-prints and tracks in the Tithonian of Quercy (France)
01:00
Nathalie Bardet & Javier Pereda-Suberbiola
A marine turtle from the Upper Cretaceous of Touraine, France
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Session: 6
Chair:
Andrew Milner
 
01:00
Makoto Manabe
Heterochrony in the evolution of the ichthyosaurs
01:00
Silvio Renesto
Climbing reptiles from the Late Triassic of Northern Italy
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Session: 7
Chair:
John Martin
 
01:00
Susan E Evans
Lizards from the Late Jurassic Morrison Formation of North America
01:00
Angela D Buscalioni & Francisco Ortega
The rapid evolution of Lisboasaurus: from lizard to archosaur, new evidences from the Lower Cretaceous of Las Hoyas (Cuenca, Spain)
01:00
David J Gower
The erythrosuchid tarsus - Morphology and phylogenetic implications
01:00
Stéphane Hua
Morphofunctional analysis of living osteichthyans in palaeoecological reconstruction of Metriorhynchidae (Crocodylia, Thalattosuchia)
01:00
Daniel Grange
Kimmeridgian (Upper Jurassic) metriorhynchid crocodiles from England
01:00
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Session: 8
Chair:
Michel Martin
 
01:00
Justin B Delair
Discoveries of British fossil "crocodiles" (genuine and false) to 1840, with remarks on the stratigraphical distribution of Goniopholis (paper read by E. Buffetaut)
01:00
Francisco Ortega
On the palatal anatomy of crocodiles: the case of Notosuchus (Upper Cretaceous, Argentina)
01:00
Eberhard ‘Dino’ Frey & David M Martill
The vertebrate palaeontology of the Crato Formation (Lower Cretaceous, Brazil)
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Friday, 23rd September
Session: 9
Chair:
Ella Hoch
 
01:00
Eric Buffetaut
Theropod remains from the marine Jurassic of Normandy
01:00
Michael J Benton & Michael A Taylor
The first dinosaur from Scotland: a ceratosaur from the Lower Jurassic of Skye
01:00
Stephen Hutt & Penny Newbery
Excavating a sauropod dinosaur from the isle of Wight
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Session: 10
Chair:
Gérard Breton
 
01:00
Terry W Manning
Dinosaur embryo project: 1988-1994
01:00
Paul M Barrett & Paul Upchurch
Dietary adaptations of Diplodocus
01:00
Altangerel Perle & David M Unwin
Death by Zibar? a possible explanation for the "fighting dinosaurs" from the Upper Cretaceous of Mongolia
01:00
Richard J Twitchett
Biology and ecology of the Wealden ornithopod Valdosazinis canaliculatus
01:00
Angela C Milner
An ornithopod dinosaur from Antarctica and its implications for Cretaceous palaeobiogeography
01:00
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Session: 11
Chair:
Angela Milner
 
01:00
Angela D Buscalioni et. al.
Multitoothed ornithomimosaur from the Lower Cretaceous of Spain
01:00
Jean Le Loeuff
French hadrosaurids
01:00
Remi Cousin
Morphologie et morphometrie des coquilles doeufs de dinosaures du lieu de ponte de Rennes­-le-Château (Aude)
01:00
Natasha N Bakhurina & David M Unwin
Hair in pterosaurs: do they have it and what does it mean?
01:00
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Session: 12
Chair:
R.J.G. Savage
 
01:00
Lucy Hillman & David M Unwin
The taphonomy of Rhamphorhychus, a primitive, long-tailed pterosau rfrom the Upper Jurassic Solnhofen Limestone of Germany
01:00
Emmanuel Gheerbrant
The mammalian faunule from Laño, Maastrichtian of Spanish Basque Country
01:00
Eliza Ross & David M Unwin
How good is the fossil record of birds?
01:00
Anette Vedding Kristoffersen
Reflections on the diversity and ecology of birds from the Paleocene/Eocene Fur Formation, Denmark
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Saturday, 24th September
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