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Thursday 6 September
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Session: 1
Chair:
David Gray
 
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Adrian M Doyle
Relative humidity induced physical responses in fossil material (might bring a small demonstration)
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Steve Etches
The amateur's perspective
01:00
Jeff J Liston
Caught short in the field - emergency field techniques for the unprepared
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Michaela Forthuber
Workshop: Colouring casts with powder pigments
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Session: 2
Chair:
Adrian Doyle
 
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David Gray
Liopleurodon and pyrite; a case study
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Stephen Hutt
Exhibiting techniques
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Monday 3rd September
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Session: 3
Chair:
Phil Manning
 
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Patricio Dominguez-Alonso & Richard P S Jefferies
The origin of the hemichordates?
01:00
Patricio Dominguez-Alonso & Richard P S Jefferies
CAT evidence of gill slits in the mitrate Jaekelocerpus
01:00
Sergey Moloshnikov
Morphological and functional aspects of antiarchs (Devonian placoderms)
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Session: 4
Chair:
Leslie Noè
 
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David M Unwin
Giant pterosaurs, and how to grow them
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Matthew T Wilkinson
Gliding performance of Cretaceous pterosaurs
01:00
Michael J Benton
Erpetosuchus from the Late Triassic of Elgin, and the origin of crocodiles
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Session: 5
Chair:
Mike Benton
 
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Eric Buffetaut et. al.
New semionotiform fishes from the Late Jurassic - Early Cretaceous of Thailand
01:00
Jeff J Liston & Leslie F Noé
Leedsichthys -the world's biggest fish - or just another that got away?
01:00
Jennifer A Clack
Early tetrapod phylogeny gets two fingers from the Tournaisian
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Tuesday 4th September
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Session: 6
Chair:
Dick Jefferies
 
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Henning Blom
New light on diversity and distribution of Ichthyostega
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Garth Underwood
The oral glands of snakes
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Sven Baszio
Analysing complex structures: landmarks on snake vertebrae
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Session: 7
Chair:
Arthur Cruickshank
 
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Ben Davies
Pelycosaur limb posture
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Paul M Barrett & Paul Upchurch
Hidden dragon, crouching palaeontologist
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Kenneth Carpenter & Virginia Tidwell
Early Cretaceous sauropod faunas from the United States and England
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Session: 8
Chair:
Paul Barrett
 
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Stephen Hutt
Building Dino Isle
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Arthur R I Cruickshank & Norton Hiller
New light on old New Zealand elasmosaurs
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Leslie F Noé
Reconstruction of the Callovian pliosaur Simolestes vorax
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Wednesday 5th September
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Session: 9
Chair:
Jenny Clack
 
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Mark Evans & Leslie F Noé
Polyptychodon - a British Cretaceous pliosaur
01:00
Will Watts
Ichthyosaurs of the Yorkshire coast
01:00
Chris McGowan
A new and complete skeleton of Excalibosaurus from the Lower Lias of Somerset
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Session: 10
Chair:
David Brown
 
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Neil D L Clark
Triassic tracks from the Isle of Arran, Scotland
01:00
Phillip L Manning
Jurassic and Cretaceous tracks; formation, preservation and interpretation
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A new Portlandian marine vertebrate locality in north Lincolnshire
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Session: 11
Chair:
Neil Clark
 
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Pamela Gill
An update on the Mesozoic Mammal Kuehneotherium
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Hannah O'Regan
Panthera gombaszoegensis, understanding a Pleistocene cat
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Bent E Lindow
The trouble with cetotheres - a contribution to the study of baleen whale interrelationships