Monday 12th September
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Session: 1
Chair:
Mark Evans
 
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Acid Preparation of a pond turtle from the Eocene Mo clay formation of northern Denmark
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The UK Continental Shelf on the move: transferring two major core and sample collections.
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Accessing Palaeontology in a Local Museum
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Resourcing Palaeontological Collection Care in a Time of Crisis: The Legacy of the Earth Science Review, Twenty Years On
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Session: 2
Chair:
Mike Howe
 
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Bringing sea dragons back to life: 200 years on from Anning, Conybeare and De la Beche.
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Simplifying extraction and cross sectioning of microfossils in unlithified sediment
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The Bristol Dinosaur Project – Preparation Methods
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How Long? Preparation of the Weymouth Bay Pliosaur.
Tuesday 13th September
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Tea/coffee
 
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TBA
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Session: 3
Chair:
Jeff Liston
 
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James Frederick Jackson (1894-1966). An Extraordinary Geologist.
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New vertebrate fossils from the Lower/Middle Jurassic Kota Formation of Pranhita-Godavari valley, peninsular India
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Palaeoenvonmental setting of the marine Eocene vertebrate faunes of the Fayum, Egypt.
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Whale meat again: the forensic microvertebrate palaeontology of a Basilosaurus skeleton from Wadi Al-Hitan (Zeuglodon valley), Egypt
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Wednesday 14th September
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Session: 4
Chair:
Per Ahlberg
 
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Teleost superiority: a foregone conclusion? Patterns of teleost and holostean diversification in the Mesozoic.
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Chondrenchelys, chimaeroids and early holocephalans
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Synchrotron tomography reveals three-dimensional gill-arch structure in a stem gnathostome from the HunsrĂĽck Slate
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Evolution of elasmobranch (Chondrichthyes) dentitions
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Session: 5
Chair:
Matt Friedman
 
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Filling a gap in Palaeozoic vertebrate diversity: the Wayne Herbert osteostracan fauna
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Effects of the late Permian extinction on Permian-Triassic shark faunas
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A very primitive tetrapod from the earliest Famennian of South Timan, Russia
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A Crassigyrinus-like lower jaw, and other vertebrate elements, from the Tournaisian of Scotland.
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Session: 6
Chair:
Ian Corfe
 
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The Early Cretaceous Chinese lizard Yabeinosaurus: insights from new specimens
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Lizard calibration points the the problem of Tikiguania
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Shearing in Sphenodon and related character acquisition in Mesozoic Rhynchocephalia (Diapsida: Lepidosauria)
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The neodiapsid Lanthanolania ivakhnenkoi from the Middle Permian of Russia, and the initial diversification of diapsid reptiles
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Session: 7
Chair:
Susan Evans
 
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Tetrapod evolution through the Permian and Triassic: rock record, supertrees, and detecting events
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A choristodere from the late Paleocene of France
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Patterns in the origin of multicuspid teeth among terrestrial amniotes – early adopters from Devon
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A freshwater teleosaurid in the Late Jurassic of northeastern Thailand
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Thursday 15th September
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Session: 8
Chair:
David Unwin
 
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Continuous character states and their impact on the phylogeny of the Pterosauria
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The pecotral girdle of Dimorphodon macronyx (Pterosauria, Dimorphodontidae) and the terrestrial abilities of non-pterodactyloid pterosaurs
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A ctenochasmatid pterosaur from the Stonesfield Slate (Bathonian) of Oxfordshire, England.
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Skeletal Taphonomy of Pterosaurs from the Late Jurassic of Germany
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Session: 9
Chair:
Eric Buffetaut
 
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Owen's pterosaurs, old fossils shedding light on new clades
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A new dimorphodontid pterosaur from the Lower Jurassic of Dorset, southern England
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The histology and structural performance of pterosaur wing bones
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High diversity in late Early Cretaceous ichthyosaurs part II: The Cambridge Greensand material
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Session: 10
Chair:
Roger Benson
 
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The Strange Case of the Jurassic Ichthyosaur
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Robert Appleby's ichthyosaur legacy
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Bean bags, modules, systems and the evolvability problem: reflections on how major new vertebrate taxa arise
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A basal pliosaurid (Reptilia, Sauropterygia) from the Oxford Clay Formation (Callovian, Middle Jurassic) of Bedfordshire: evidence for a gracile, longirostrine grade of Early-Middle Jurassic pliosaurids
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Session: 11
Chair:
Richard Forrest
 
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Review of the West Dorset fossil collecting code of conduct
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High diversity, low disparity and small body size in plesiosaurs from the Triassic-Jurassic boundary
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Cranial anatomy and palaeopathology of an Upper Jurassic (Kimmeridgian) pliosaur (Reptilia: Sauropterygia) from Westbury, Wiltshire
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Friday 16th September
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Session: 12
Chair:
Tom Kemp
 
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Form, function and phylogeny: Virtual reconstruction of the inner ear of plesiosaurs
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The Completeness of the Fossil Record of Mesozoic Birds
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The revision of the genus Magyarosaurus, and titanosaur diversity in the Maastrichtian of the Hateg Basin, Romania - preliminary results
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The Bristol Dinosaur Project - developing a learning and outreach programme and training research staff and students to help deliver.
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Session: 13
Chair:
Paul Barrett
 
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First occurrence of neonatal ornithopod teeth from South America
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Discovery and recovery of a complete, three-dimensionally preserved anklyosaur from the Early Cretaceous of northern Alberta, Canada
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From Archimedes to Archaeopteryx: Trace metal mapping with Synchrotron Rapid Scanning X-Ray Fluorescence.
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Sauropod necks: how much do we really know?
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A Combined Analysis Approach to the Phylogeny of the Talpidae (Mammalia: Lipotyphla).
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Session: 14
Chair:
Don Henderson
 
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A re-evaluation of Wealden sauropod faunas: implications for the evolution of sauropod dinosaurs during the Cretaceous
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A new skull of Apatosaurus and its taxonomic and palaeobiological implications
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A Diplodocus-sized bipedal basal sauropodomorph from the Late Triassic of South Africa
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Skeletogenesis in the African elephant.
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Session: 15
Chair:
Don Smith
 
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Dental eruption in Southern Placental Mammals
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Biomechanical performance of the rodent skull: sensitivity analyses of finite element models
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The Vestibular System in Talpidae
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A new primate (Omomyidae, Microchoerinae) from the earliest Eocene of southern UK: the beginning of microchoerine evolution.
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Saturday 17th September
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