Tuesday 10th September
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Session: 1
Chair:
Dr Angela Milner, Head of the Vertebrates and Anthropology Division, Department of Palaeontology, The Natural History Museum.
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
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The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
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New light on the Devonian tetrapod Ventastega curonica
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Nicholas Arnold
The varying lability of morphological traits: recognition, causes and consequences
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Robert J Asher
Why molecular biology is important for paleontologists, and vice-versa: examples from the "Insectivora"
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Session: 2
Chair:
Prof. Hans-Dieter Sues, Head of Vertebrate Palaeontology, the Royal Ontario Museum.
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
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The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
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New light on the Devonian tetrapod Ventastega curonica
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Nicholas Arnold
The varying lability of morphological traits: recognition, causes and consequences
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Wednesday 11th September
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Session: 3
Chair:
Dr Philippe Janvier
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
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The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
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New light on the Devonian tetrapod Ventastega curonica
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Nicholas Arnold
The varying lability of morphological traits: recognition, causes and consequences
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Session: 4
Chair:
Dr Peter Forey
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
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The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
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New light on the Devonian tetrapod Ventastega curonica
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Session: 5
Chair:
Dr Jennifer Clack
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
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The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
01:00
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New light on the Devonian tetrapod Ventastega curonica
01:00
Nicholas Arnold
The varying lability of morphological traits: recognition, causes and consequences
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Robert J Asher
Why molecular biology is important for paleontologists, and vice-versa: examples from the "Insectivora"
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Session: 6
Chair:
Dr Don Smith
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
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The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
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New light on the Devonian tetrapod Ventastega curonica
01:00
Nicholas Arnold
The varying lability of morphological traits: recognition, causes and consequences
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Thursday 12th September
Session: 7
Chair:
Dr Angela Milner
 
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A Burton
Hollington and Cuckfield Sussex a taphonomic and sedimentological comparison of two Wealden sites
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Axel Hungerbühler
The skull of the phytosaur Nicrosaurus k~ from the late Triassic of Germany
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Alan J Charig
Primary bipedality in dinosaurs - a myth that lives on
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Arthur R I Cruickshank & Ewan Fordyce
A late Cretaceous cryptoclidid from New Zealand
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Angela C Milner
A Wild Goose: Preparation for the After Life
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Session: 8
Chair:
Dr Makoto Manabe
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
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The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
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New light on the Devonian tetrapod Ventastega curonica
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Session: 9
Chair:
Prof. Eric Buffetaut
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
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The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
01:00
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New light on the Devonian tetrapod Ventastega curonica
01:00
Nicholas Arnold
The varying lability of morphological traits: recognition, causes and consequences
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Robert J Asher
Why molecular biology is important for paleontologists, and vice-versa: examples from the "Insectivora"
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Session: 10
Chair:
Dr David Unwin
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
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The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
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New light on the Devonian tetrapod Ventastega curonica
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Friday 13th September
Session: 11
Chair:
Prof. Bob Carroll
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
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The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
01:00
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New light on the Devonian tetrapod Ventastega curonica
01:00
Nicholas Arnold
The varying lability of morphological traits: recognition, causes and consequences
01:00
Robert J Asher
Why molecular biology is important for paleontologists, and vice-versa: examples from the "Insectivora"
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Session: 12
Chair:
Dr Glen Storrs
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
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The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
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Session: 13
Chair:
Dr David Norman
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
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The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
01:00
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New light on the Devonian tetrapod Ventastega curonica
01:00
Nicholas Arnold
The varying lability of morphological traits: recognition, causes and consequences
01:00
Robert J Asher
Why molecular biology is important for paleontologists, and vice-versa: examples from the "Insectivora"
01:00
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Session: 14
Chair:
Dr Robert Presley
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
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The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
01:00
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New light on the Devonian tetrapod Ventastega curonica
01:00
Nicholas Arnold
The varying lability of morphological traits: recognition, causes and consequences
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Saturday 14th September
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