Monday 15th September
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Tuesday 16th September
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David Gray
The preliminary preparation of a Tendasuru brachiosaur.
01:00
Sarah Finney et. al.
Old glue and old bones, or how the "Leeds Collection " (c. 1865-1917) was stuck together.
01:00
Susanne Hen▀en
Constructing a diorama: the landscape of North Hesse State about 250 million years ago.
01:00
Caroline Buttler
Conservation of a Jurassic marine reptile.
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01:00
Derek E G Briggs et. al.
Virtual fossils: 3D digital reconstructions from serial sections
01:00
Adrian M Doyle
Mechanical Preparation Techniques - A review of modern equipment.
01:00
Michaela Forthuber
Running noses - Lifesize Reconstruction of Nasobema lyricum.
01:00
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01:00
Bernd Herkner & Claudia Weissbrot
Building a model of Psitacosaurus on the basis of a beautifully preserved specimen.
01:00
Nigel R Larkin
Conserving proboscidean tusks.
Tuesday 16th September
01:00
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Wednesday 17th September
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Session: 1
Chair:
Prof. Michael Coates
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
01:00
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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
01:00
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Session: 2
Chair:
Dr. Jenny Clack
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
01:00
to be confirmed
The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
01:00
to be confirmed
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: 3
Chair:
Dr. Andrew Milner
 
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Per Erik Ahlberg et. al.
The axial skeleton of the Devonian tetrapod Ichthyostega
01:00
Romain Amiot et. al.
Terrestrial climate and dinosaur thermophysiology inferred from the oxygen isotope composition (d18O) of teeth: how to decipher the signals?
01:00
Nicholas Arnold & Jeremy Austin
Using recent fossils and DNA sequences to understand the devastated reptile faun of the Mascarene Islands, Indian Ocean
01:00
Robert J Asher et. al.
The oldest insectivoran mammal from South America? Towards the identification of Necrolestes patagonensis.
01:00
Paul M Barrett & Kilary Ketchum
New reptile material from the Triassic of Madagascar: implications for the P/Tr extinction
01:00
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Session: 4
Chair:
Dr. David Unwin
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
01:00
to be confirmed
The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
01:00
to be confirmed
New light on the Devonian tetrapod Ventastega curonica
01:00
Nicholas Arnold
The varying lability of morphological traits: recognition, causes and consequences
01:00
to be confirmed
to be confirmed
Thursday 18th September
Session: 5
Chair:
Prof. MichaelBenton
 
01:00
Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
01:00
to be confirmed
The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
01:00
to be confirmed
New light on the Devonian tetrapod Ventastega curonica
01:00
Nicholas Arnold
The varying lability of morphological traits: recognition, causes and consequences
01:00
to be confirmed
to be confirmed
Session: 6
Chair:
Prof. Susan Evans
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
01:00
to be confirmed
The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
01:00
to be confirmed
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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to be confirmed
Session: 7
Chair:
Dr. PaulUpchurch
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
01:00
to be confirmed
The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
01:00
to be confirmed
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
to be confirmed
to be confirmed
Session: 8
Chair:
Dr. Angela Milner
 
01:00
Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
01:00
to be confirmed
The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
01:00
to be confirmed
New light on the Devonian tetrapod Ventastega curonica
01:00
Nicholas Arnold
The varying lability of morphological traits: recognition, causes and consequences
01:00
to be confirmed
to be confirmed
Friday 19th September
Session: 9
Chair:
Dr. David Norman
 
01:00
Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
01:00
to be confirmed
The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
01:00
to be confirmed
New light on the Devonian tetrapod Ventastega curonica
01:00
Nicholas Arnold
The varying lability of morphological traits: recognition, causes and consequences
01:00
to be confirmed
to be confirmed
Session: 10
Chair:
Dr. Paul Barrett
 
01:00
Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
01:00
to be confirmed
The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
01:00
to be confirmed
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
to be confirmed
to be confirmed
Session: 11
Chair:
Dr. David Polly
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
01:00
to be confirmed
The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
01:00
to be confirmed
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
to be confirmed
to be confirmed
Session: 12
Chair:
Prof. William Clemens
 
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Susan Martin
Mineralisation of highly degraded pyrite fossil collection
01:00
to be confirmed
The History and Preparation of the Enigmatic Dinosaur Hylaeosaurus armatus BMNH R 3375
01:00
to be confirmed
New light on the Devonian tetrapod Ventastega curonica
01:00
Nicholas Arnold
The varying lability of morphological traits: recognition, causes and consequences
01:00
to be confirmed
to be confirmed
Saturday 20th September
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