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Nour-Eddine Jalil
Vertebrate fossils from Morocco: our state of knowledge
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Continental vertebrates of the late Pleistocene of Uruguay (South America): biostratigraphic, biogeographic and environmental connotations
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Lightening up: a new approach to understanding integumentary remains in Mesozoic sauropsids
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Session: 1
Chair:
P. Maderson (Quakertown)
 
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Susan E Evans et. al.
A Late Cretaceous lizard fauna from southern China
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Julia B Desojo & Oliver W Rauhut
New insights on “ rauisuchian ” taxa (Archosauria: Crurotarsi) from Brazil
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A Goniopholis skull from the Intermarine Member (Berriasian, Lower Cretaceous), Swanage (England)
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Thursday 4th September
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Session: 2
Chair:
P. Orr (Dublin)
 
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Preservation of nitrogen and carbon isotopes in 50Ma fossil fish from the Green River Formation, Wyoming
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Inside and out: A comparison of the lower jaw of two basal mammals
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Anjali Goswami & Katrina E Jones
Morphometric analysis of cranial morphology in pinnipeds (Mammalia, Carnivora): disparity, dimorphism, ecology and ontogeny
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Psittaciform systematics and fossils: recent work and new insights
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Michel Brunet et. al.
The mammal assemblages of the hominid fossiliferous area of Toros-Menalla (Late Miocene, Chad Basin): ecological structure and palaeoenvironmental implications
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Yasemin Tulu
Implications of paleoenvironmental variation in the Judith River Formation (Campanian), Montana through the taphonomy of shark teeth
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Session: 3
Chair:
R. Asher (Cambridge)
 
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Tom S Kemp
The endocranial cavity of a nonmammalian eucynodont and its bearing on the origin of the mammalian brain
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New material of the alleged oldest Diplocynodon from the Late Paleocene of northeastern France: revision and implications for crocodylian dispersal
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3-dimensional analysis of dental complexity in tritylodontids and other high fibre plant feeders
Session: 4
Chair:
R. Schouten (Bristol)
 
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Session: 5
Chair:
T. Kemp (Oxford)
 
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Robert J Asher
Development in “southern hemisphere” mammals
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The Swiss Oligocene ruminants: preliminary results
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The influence of character correlations on phylogenetic analyses: a test case in the carnivoran cranium
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Jerry J Hooker
Dawn horses and the North American connection
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The effectiveness of Synocryl 9123s during the acid preparation process
Session: 6
Chair:
N. Klein (Bonn)
 
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Marine mammals through time: when less is more in the study of palaeodiversity
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Specialization in the head of a Miocene beaked whale (Odontoceti: Ziphiidae)
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Nopcsa”s legacy supported: Magyarosaurus dacus (Sauropoda: Titanosauria) bone histology suggests dwarfism on a palaeo-island
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Review - C Edwards
Fossil and molecular evidence for evolution of Ireland's mammals
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Blood, sweat and scars for life- the complications of comparative shark material
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Friday 5th September
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Session: 7
Chair:
E. Buffetaut (Paris)
 
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Reconstructing gaits kinematically: from sprawling to parasagittal
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Dinosaurs and the Cretaceous terrestrial revolution
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The pilot conservation of two Blaschka glass models of micro-organisms
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Non-destructive investigation of embryo fossilised in ovo: absorption based versus phase contrast x-ray imaging
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Too many theropods? The diversity of predatory dinosaurs in the mid-Cretaceous of Morocco
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Session: 8
Chair:
D. Naish (Portsmouth)
 
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Eric Buffetaut & Christophe Hendrickx
Functional interpretation of spinosaurid quadrates (Dinosauria: Theropoda) from the Mid-Cretaceous of Morocco
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A large ostrich-like bird from the Late Palaeocene of the Paris Region
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A new avian fauna from the early-middle Eocene Lilleblt Clay Formation of Denmark
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Environmental damage to palaeontological specimens
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Session: 9
Chair:
D. Waterhouse (Norwich)
 
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Darren Naish & Mark P Witton
The feeding behaviour of azhdarchid pterosaurs
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How the Moon Goddess, Chang-e, helped us to understand pterosaur evolutionary history
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Nikita V Zelenkov
Phylogenetic position of the enigmatic Tertiary avian family Zygodactylidae
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Gareth J Dyke & Gary W Kaiser
Unrestricted egg size and the evolution of obligatory parental care in birds
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Session: 10
Chair:
P. Wyse-Jackson (Dublin) **
 
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Eurycleidus arcuatus – placing a problematic historical plesiosaur taxon on a firm footing
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The biter bit: pliosaur predation on long-necked plesiosaurs
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Did plesiosaurs have a caudal fin?
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Review - E Teeling
Fossil and molecular evidence for the evolution of bat echolocation
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Session: 11
Chair:
A. Doyle (London)
 
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Fossil preparation skills: available information for both “amateur” and pro
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A preliminary investigation into the removal and remedial conservation of labels from fossil specimens
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A Triceratops skull in Birmingham at 50 and 100: discovered 1908, transported 1958
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Tuesday 2nd September
Wednesday 3rd September
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Session: 12
Chair:
M. Duncan (Dublin)
 
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Fishes and African palaeogeography drainage basins: first data documenting Mio-Pliocene relationships between Chad and neighbour basins
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Jeff J Liston
The osteology of Leedsichthys (Pachycormiformes): growth, resorption and fragmentation of a problematic Jurassic giant
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Comparative study of Permian shark (Chondrichthyes) faunas of North and South America
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Kim A Freedman et. al.
When is a lamprey not a lamprey? Taphonomy, anatomy, and phylogenetic significance of the Jamoytiiformes
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Session: 13
Chair:
M. Benton (Bristol)
 
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Sharks indicate a lagoonal environment for dinosaur remains
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Revealing the past diversity of the Synodontis catfish
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Nicole Klein
Winterswijk (The Netherlands), an exceptional early Anisian locality in the Germanic Muschelkalk
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Session: 14
Chair:
J. Liston (Glasgow)
 
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Jan den Blauuwen et. al.
Palaeospondylus, a jawless vertebrate from the Devonian of Scotland