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science

Recently in my life

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I haven’t posted anything here for a while: second year PhD syndrome has finally kicked in with a heavier work load. Hopefully this should ease a little towa...

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

24 minute read

Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

A plethora of ichthyosaurs

less than 1 minute read

If you’ve followed dinosaurpalaeo like I have, you’ll have seen Heinrich Mallison’s continuing series on the palaeontology of SW Germany. The latest instalme...

New, new, new

less than 1 minute read

Y’know, it’s the same old thing: you wait ages for new ichthyosaurs, then several come along at once! I notice this seems to have started after putting up my...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

Ichthyosaurs all aswim

less than 1 minute read

There hasn’t been much ichthyosaurs themselves over the past few posts. So, just to keep you die-hards happy, here’s a little montage featuring a gamut of ic...

Lookee here

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Following common sense, and good manners. I have put up notice on the right of the main page that this blog is now licensed under Creative Commons Open Acces...

Open the doors, let the people come

3 minute read

A while ago, I promised that I’d talk a bit more about Open Access and the open access movement. Here is the blog post that I finally give to you, a little l...

It’s fun to stay at the SVPCA!

2 minute read

Yesterday, I was in Oxford, at the Natural History Museum for the annual set of joy that is the Symposium of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy...

Pages and pages and pages

2 minute read

Ichthyosaurs: a day in the life… is growing, the website that is. Following a hectic week of much reference checking and cross-checking, I have compiled a li...

Of Leicester, the apple in its own eye

2 minute read

This past week A few weeks ago, at the beginning of August, I went to Leicester; ‘why’ you might ask? That’s a very good question, and one that I might not b...

Reaching out to teach

7 minute read

This past month I’ve been thinking a bit about public outreach in science.  Several things have spurred this on:

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palaeontology

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

24 minute read

Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

A plethora of ichthyosaurs

less than 1 minute read

If you’ve followed dinosaurpalaeo like I have, you’ll have seen Heinrich Mallison’s continuing series on the palaeontology of SW Germany. The latest instalme...

New, new, new

less than 1 minute read

Y’know, it’s the same old thing: you wait ages for new ichthyosaurs, then several come along at once! I notice this seems to have started after putting up my...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

Ichthyosaurs all aswim

less than 1 minute read

There hasn’t been much ichthyosaurs themselves over the past few posts. So, just to keep you die-hards happy, here’s a little montage featuring a gamut of ic...

Lookee here

less than 1 minute read

Following common sense, and good manners. I have put up notice on the right of the main page that this blog is now licensed under Creative Commons Open Acces...

Open the doors, let the people come

3 minute read

A while ago, I promised that I’d talk a bit more about Open Access and the open access movement. Here is the blog post that I finally give to you, a little l...

It’s fun to stay at the SVPCA!

2 minute read

Yesterday, I was in Oxford, at the Natural History Museum for the annual set of joy that is the Symposium of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy...

Reaching out to teach

7 minute read

This past month I’ve been thinking a bit about public outreach in science.  Several things have spurred this on:

Brevis: What on Earth is Palaeontology?

4 minute read

These brevia (using Latin so you can feel even better about reading this blog!) will be a series of short pieces about important or relevant topics that are ...

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anatomy

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

24 minute read

Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

A plethora of ichthyosaurs

less than 1 minute read

If you’ve followed dinosaurpalaeo like I have, you’ll have seen Heinrich Mallison’s continuing series on the palaeontology of SW Germany. The latest instalme...

New, new, new

less than 1 minute read

Y’know, it’s the same old thing: you wait ages for new ichthyosaurs, then several come along at once! I notice this seems to have started after putting up my...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

Ichthyosaurs all aswim

less than 1 minute read

There hasn’t been much ichthyosaurs themselves over the past few posts. So, just to keep you die-hards happy, here’s a little montage featuring a gamut of ic...

Lookee here

less than 1 minute read

Following common sense, and good manners. I have put up notice on the right of the main page that this blog is now licensed under Creative Commons Open Acces...

It’s fun to stay at the SVPCA!

2 minute read

Yesterday, I was in Oxford, at the Natural History Museum for the annual set of joy that is the Symposium of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy...

Of Leicester, the apple in its own eye

2 minute read

This past week A few weeks ago, at the beginning of August, I went to Leicester; ‘why’ you might ask? That’s a very good question, and one that I might not b...

Who’s useless at writing a blog: I am!

2 minute read

As I’m sure some of you may have noticed, I haven’t posted any new things recently — this month in fact.  It has been quite a busy time: I’ve taken visits to...

My PhD plans: Part 1: a new ichthyosaur

7 minute read

Well, having given a presentation on the plans for my PhD, I feel as though I can now share it with the world.  That and I’ve had agreement on what I plan to...

Ichthyosaurs: what are they?

5 minute read

Well, I had planned to write once every week or so, but, as you can see, that hasn’t gone to plan so far.  In theory that should mean that I have a significa...

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evolution

Recently in my life

less than 1 minute read

I haven’t posted anything here for a while: second year PhD syndrome has finally kicked in with a heavier work load. Hopefully this should ease a little towa...

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

24 minute read

Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

A plethora of ichthyosaurs

less than 1 minute read

If you’ve followed dinosaurpalaeo like I have, you’ll have seen Heinrich Mallison’s continuing series on the palaeontology of SW Germany. The latest instalme...

New, new, new

less than 1 minute read

Y’know, it’s the same old thing: you wait ages for new ichthyosaurs, then several come along at once! I notice this seems to have started after putting up my...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

Ichthyosaurs all aswim

less than 1 minute read

There hasn’t been much ichthyosaurs themselves over the past few posts. So, just to keep you die-hards happy, here’s a little montage featuring a gamut of ic...

It’s fun to stay at the SVPCA!

2 minute read

Yesterday, I was in Oxford, at the Natural History Museum for the annual set of joy that is the Symposium of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy...

Pages and pages and pages

2 minute read

Ichthyosaurs: a day in the life… is growing, the website that is. Following a hectic week of much reference checking and cross-checking, I have compiled a li...

Ichthyosaurs: what are they?

5 minute read

Well, I had planned to write once every week or so, but, as you can see, that hasn’t gone to plan so far.  In theory that should mean that I have a significa...

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nature

Recently in my life

less than 1 minute read

I haven’t posted anything here for a while: second year PhD syndrome has finally kicked in with a heavier work load. Hopefully this should ease a little towa...

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

24 minute read

Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

A plethora of ichthyosaurs

less than 1 minute read

If you’ve followed dinosaurpalaeo like I have, you’ll have seen Heinrich Mallison’s continuing series on the palaeontology of SW Germany. The latest instalme...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

Ichthyosaurs all aswim

less than 1 minute read

There hasn’t been much ichthyosaurs themselves over the past few posts. So, just to keep you die-hards happy, here’s a little montage featuring a gamut of ic...

Lookee here

less than 1 minute read

Following common sense, and good manners. I have put up notice on the right of the main page that this blog is now licensed under Creative Commons Open Acces...

It’s fun to stay at the SVPCA!

2 minute read

Yesterday, I was in Oxford, at the Natural History Museum for the annual set of joy that is the Symposium of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy...

Pages and pages and pages

2 minute read

Ichthyosaurs: a day in the life… is growing, the website that is. Following a hectic week of much reference checking and cross-checking, I have compiled a li...

Of Leicester, the apple in its own eye

2 minute read

This past week A few weeks ago, at the beginning of August, I went to Leicester; ‘why’ you might ask? That’s a very good question, and one that I might not b...

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taxonomy

A dash of new ichthyosaurs

less than 1 minute read

There have been a couple of new ichthyosaurs named in the past month. Both are from the Lower Triassic and so tell us new things about the early evolution of...

Recently in my life

less than 1 minute read

I haven’t posted anything here for a while: second year PhD syndrome has finally kicked in with a heavier work load. Hopefully this should ease a little towa...

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

24 minute read

Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

A plethora of ichthyosaurs

less than 1 minute read

If you’ve followed dinosaurpalaeo like I have, you’ll have seen Heinrich Mallison’s continuing series on the palaeontology of SW Germany. The latest instalme...

New, new, new

less than 1 minute read

Y’know, it’s the same old thing: you wait ages for new ichthyosaurs, then several come along at once! I notice this seems to have started after putting up my...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

Ichthyosaurs all aswim

less than 1 minute read

There hasn’t been much ichthyosaurs themselves over the past few posts. So, just to keep you die-hards happy, here’s a little montage featuring a gamut of ic...

Lookee here

less than 1 minute read

Following common sense, and good manners. I have put up notice on the right of the main page that this blog is now licensed under Creative Commons Open Acces...

It’s fun to stay at the SVPCA!

2 minute read

Yesterday, I was in Oxford, at the Natural History Museum for the annual set of joy that is the Symposium of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy...

Pages and pages and pages

2 minute read

Ichthyosaurs: a day in the life… is growing, the website that is. Following a hectic week of much reference checking and cross-checking, I have compiled a li...

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biology

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

24 minute read

Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

A plethora of ichthyosaurs

less than 1 minute read

If you’ve followed dinosaurpalaeo like I have, you’ll have seen Heinrich Mallison’s continuing series on the palaeontology of SW Germany. The latest instalme...

New, new, new

less than 1 minute read

Y’know, it’s the same old thing: you wait ages for new ichthyosaurs, then several come along at once! I notice this seems to have started after putting up my...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

Ichthyosaurs all aswim

less than 1 minute read

There hasn’t been much ichthyosaurs themselves over the past few posts. So, just to keep you die-hards happy, here’s a little montage featuring a gamut of ic...

Lookee here

less than 1 minute read

Following common sense, and good manners. I have put up notice on the right of the main page that this blog is now licensed under Creative Commons Open Acces...

Open the doors, let the people come

3 minute read

A while ago, I promised that I’d talk a bit more about Open Access and the open access movement. Here is the blog post that I finally give to you, a little l...

It’s fun to stay at the SVPCA!

2 minute read

Yesterday, I was in Oxford, at the Natural History Museum for the annual set of joy that is the Symposium of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy...

Pages and pages and pages

2 minute read

Ichthyosaurs: a day in the life… is growing, the website that is. Following a hectic week of much reference checking and cross-checking, I have compiled a li...

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ichthyosaurs

New, new, new

less than 1 minute read

Y’know, it’s the same old thing: you wait ages for new ichthyosaurs, then several come along at once! I notice this seems to have started after putting up my...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

It’s fun to stay at the SVPCA!

2 minute read

Yesterday, I was in Oxford, at the Natural History Museum for the annual set of joy that is the Symposium of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy...

Pages and pages and pages

2 minute read

Ichthyosaurs: a day in the life… is growing, the website that is. Following a hectic week of much reference checking and cross-checking, I have compiled a li...

Of Leicester, the apple in its own eye

2 minute read

This past week A few weeks ago, at the beginning of August, I went to Leicester; ‘why’ you might ask? That’s a very good question, and one that I might not b...

Who’s useless at writing a blog: I am!

2 minute read

As I’m sure some of you may have noticed, I haven’t posted any new things recently — this month in fact.  It has been quite a busy time: I’ve taken visits to...

My blog so far

less than 1 minute read

There’s a great little tool over at wordle.net. It allows to to input text, or set a URL, and will create a world cloud of this — more often used worlds are ...

My PhD plans: Part 1: a new ichthyosaur

7 minute read

Well, having given a presentation on the plans for my PhD, I feel as though I can now share it with the world.  That and I’ve had agreement on what I plan to...

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Jurassic

Recently in my life

less than 1 minute read

I haven’t posted anything here for a while: second year PhD syndrome has finally kicked in with a heavier work load. Hopefully this should ease a little towa...

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

24 minute read

Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

A plethora of ichthyosaurs

less than 1 minute read

If you’ve followed dinosaurpalaeo like I have, you’ll have seen Heinrich Mallison’s continuing series on the palaeontology of SW Germany. The latest instalme...

New, new, new

less than 1 minute read

Y’know, it’s the same old thing: you wait ages for new ichthyosaurs, then several come along at once! I notice this seems to have started after putting up my...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

Of Leicester, the apple in its own eye

2 minute read

This past week A few weeks ago, at the beginning of August, I went to Leicester; ‘why’ you might ask? That’s a very good question, and one that I might not b...

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phylogeny

Recently in my life

less than 1 minute read

I haven’t posted anything here for a while: second year PhD syndrome has finally kicked in with a heavier work load. Hopefully this should ease a little towa...

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

24 minute read

Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

New, new, new

less than 1 minute read

Y’know, it’s the same old thing: you wait ages for new ichthyosaurs, then several come along at once! I notice this seems to have started after putting up my...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

It’s fun to stay at the SVPCA!

2 minute read

Yesterday, I was in Oxford, at the Natural History Museum for the annual set of joy that is the Symposium of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy...

What I read today: “On homology”

1 minute read

Here’s something new.  I had planned to read many, many papers early in PhD, but so far have only managed to read many.  This ‘what I read today’ section wil...

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disparity

Recently in my life

less than 1 minute read

I haven’t posted anything here for a while: second year PhD syndrome has finally kicked in with a heavier work load. Hopefully this should ease a little towa...

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

24 minute read

Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

New, new, new

less than 1 minute read

Y’know, it’s the same old thing: you wait ages for new ichthyosaurs, then several come along at once! I notice this seems to have started after putting up my...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

It’s fun to stay at the SVPCA!

2 minute read

Yesterday, I was in Oxford, at the Natural History Museum for the annual set of joy that is the Symposium of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy...

Pages and pages and pages

2 minute read

Ichthyosaurs: a day in the life… is growing, the website that is. Following a hectic week of much reference checking and cross-checking, I have compiled a li...

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ichthyosaur

Recently in my life

less than 1 minute read

I haven’t posted anything here for a while: second year PhD syndrome has finally kicked in with a heavier work load. Hopefully this should ease a little towa...

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

24 minute read

Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

New, new, new

less than 1 minute read

Y’know, it’s the same old thing: you wait ages for new ichthyosaurs, then several come along at once! I notice this seems to have started after putting up my...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

Of Leicester, the apple in its own eye

2 minute read

This past week A few weeks ago, at the beginning of August, I went to Leicester; ‘why’ you might ask? That’s a very good question, and one that I might not b...

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fossil

A dash of new ichthyosaurs

less than 1 minute read

There have been a couple of new ichthyosaurs named in the past month. Both are from the Lower Triassic and so tell us new things about the early evolution of...

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

24 minute read

Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

A plethora of ichthyosaurs

less than 1 minute read

If you’ve followed dinosaurpalaeo like I have, you’ll have seen Heinrich Mallison’s continuing series on the palaeontology of SW Germany. The latest instalme...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

Ichthyosaurs all aswim

less than 1 minute read

There hasn’t been much ichthyosaurs themselves over the past few posts. So, just to keep you die-hards happy, here’s a little montage featuring a gamut of ic...

Who’s useless at writing a blog: I am!

2 minute read

As I’m sure some of you may have noticed, I haven’t posted any new things recently — this month in fact.  It has been quite a busy time: I’ve taken visits to...

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Mesozoic

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

24 minute read

Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

New, new, new

less than 1 minute read

Y’know, it’s the same old thing: you wait ages for new ichthyosaurs, then several come along at once! I notice this seems to have started after putting up my...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

Ichthyosaurs all aswim

less than 1 minute read

There hasn’t been much ichthyosaurs themselves over the past few posts. So, just to keep you die-hards happy, here’s a little montage featuring a gamut of ic...

Pages and pages and pages

2 minute read

Ichthyosaurs: a day in the life… is growing, the website that is. Following a hectic week of much reference checking and cross-checking, I have compiled a li...

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osteology

A plethora of ichthyosaurs

less than 1 minute read

If you’ve followed dinosaurpalaeo like I have, you’ll have seen Heinrich Mallison’s continuing series on the palaeontology of SW Germany. The latest instalme...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

Of Leicester, the apple in its own eye

2 minute read

This past week A few weeks ago, at the beginning of August, I went to Leicester; ‘why’ you might ask? That’s a very good question, and one that I might not b...

My PhD plans: Part 1: a new ichthyosaur

7 minute read

Well, having given a presentation on the plans for my PhD, I feel as though I can now share it with the world.  That and I’ve had agreement on what I plan to...

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extinction

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

24 minute read

Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

New, new, new

less than 1 minute read

Y’know, it’s the same old thing: you wait ages for new ichthyosaurs, then several come along at once! I notice this seems to have started after putting up my...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

It’s fun to stay at the SVPCA!

2 minute read

Yesterday, I was in Oxford, at the Natural History Museum for the annual set of joy that is the Symposium of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy...

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geology

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

24 minute read

Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

New, new, new

less than 1 minute read

Y’know, it’s the same old thing: you wait ages for new ichthyosaurs, then several come along at once! I notice this seems to have started after putting up my...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

It’s fun to stay at the SVPCA!

2 minute read

Yesterday, I was in Oxford, at the Natural History Museum for the annual set of joy that is the Symposium of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy...

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introduction

Brevis: What on Earth is Palaeontology?

4 minute read

These brevia (using Latin so you can feel even better about reading this blog!) will be a series of short pieces about important or relevant topics that are ...

Geological time

2 minute read

Wow, if all goes well this should be two posts in two days!  I hope you are as impressed as I am.

Ichthyosaurs: what are they?

5 minute read

Well, I had planned to write once every week or so, but, as you can see, that hasn’t gone to plan so far.  In theory that should mean that I have a significa...

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nomenclature

New, new, new

less than 1 minute read

Y’know, it’s the same old thing: you wait ages for new ichthyosaurs, then several come along at once! I notice this seems to have started after putting up my...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

Pages and pages and pages

2 minute read

Ichthyosaurs: a day in the life… is growing, the website that is. Following a hectic week of much reference checking and cross-checking, I have compiled a li...

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scientific names of organisms

New, new, new

less than 1 minute read

Y’know, it’s the same old thing: you wait ages for new ichthyosaurs, then several come along at once! I notice this seems to have started after putting up my...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

Of Leicester, the apple in its own eye

2 minute read

This past week A few weeks ago, at the beginning of August, I went to Leicester; ‘why’ you might ask? That’s a very good question, and one that I might not b...

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Vertebrate

New, new, new

less than 1 minute read

Y’know, it’s the same old thing: you wait ages for new ichthyosaurs, then several come along at once! I notice this seems to have started after putting up my...

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

Ichthyosaurs all aswim

less than 1 minute read

There hasn’t been much ichthyosaurs themselves over the past few posts. So, just to keep you die-hards happy, here’s a little montage featuring a gamut of ic...

Of Leicester, the apple in its own eye

2 minute read

This past week A few weeks ago, at the beginning of August, I went to Leicester; ‘why’ you might ask? That’s a very good question, and one that I might not b...

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paleontology

New ichthyosaur species!

less than 1 minute read

Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

Lookee here

less than 1 minute read

Following common sense, and good manners. I have put up notice on the right of the main page that this blog is now licensed under Creative Commons Open Acces...

It’s fun to stay at the SVPCA!

2 minute read

Yesterday, I was in Oxford, at the Natural History Museum for the annual set of joy that is the Symposium of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy...

Pages and pages and pages

2 minute read

Ichthyosaurs: a day in the life… is growing, the website that is. Following a hectic week of much reference checking and cross-checking, I have compiled a li...

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Science in Society

New, new, new

less than 1 minute read

Y’know, it’s the same old thing: you wait ages for new ichthyosaurs, then several come along at once! I notice this seems to have started after putting up my...

Lookee here

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Science outreach

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Pages and pages and pages

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Pages and pages and pages

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research

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Evolution

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New ichthyosaur species!

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Ichthyosaurs: what are they?

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biomechanics

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finite element analysis

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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what I read today

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open access

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fun

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international code of zoological nomenclature

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outreach

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New ichthyosaur species!

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marine reptiles

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vertebrate palaeontology

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Triassic

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There have been a couple of new ichthyosaurs named in the past month. Both are from the Lower Triassic and so tell us new things about the early evolution of...

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Introduction

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Academic journal

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Brachypterygius

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Ichthyosaurus

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Ophthalmosaurus

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ICZN

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Finch Report

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Outreach

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writing

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So … hi there. How have things been with you? I’ve been away from this blog for a while, but don’t worry!: I haven’t been idle … not all of the time anyway.

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marine

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Europe

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France

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Germany

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Holzmaden

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taphonomy

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homoplasy

What I read today: “On homology”

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Here’s something new.  I had planned to read many, many papers early in PhD, but so far have only managed to read many.  This ‘what I read today’ section wil...

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phylogenetic framework

What I read today: “On homology”

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Here’s something new.  I had planned to read many, many papers early in PhD, but so far have only managed to read many.  This ‘what I read today’ section wil...

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wordle

My blog so far

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There’s a great little tool over at wordle.net. It allows to to input text, or set a URL, and will create a world cloud of this — more often used worlds are ...

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paddle

Who’s useless at writing a blog: I am!

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As I’m sure some of you may have noticed, I haven’t posted any new things recently — this month in fact.  It has been quite a busy time: I’ve taken visits to...

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isotope ratios

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Google

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Peer review

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Bristol

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Zoological Society of London

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museum

Of Leicester, the apple in its own eye

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This past week A few weeks ago, at the beginning of August, I went to Leicester; ‘why’ you might ask? That’s a very good question, and one that I might not b...

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oxford clay

Of Leicester, the apple in its own eye

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This past week A few weeks ago, at the beginning of August, I went to Leicester; ‘why’ you might ask? That’s a very good question, and one that I might not b...

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peterborough area

Of Leicester, the apple in its own eye

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This past week A few weeks ago, at the beginning of August, I went to Leicester; ‘why’ you might ask? That’s a very good question, and one that I might not b...

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travel

Of Leicester, the apple in its own eye

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digital age

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valid names

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zoology

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classifying organisms

Pages and pages and pages

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leidy

Pages and pages and pages

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Ichthyosaurs: a day in the life… is growing, the website that is. Following a hectic week of much reference checking and cross-checking, I have compiled a li...

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list

Pages and pages and pages

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comparative anatomy

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conference

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crocodiles

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dinosaurs

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plesiosaurs

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pliosaurs

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SVPCA

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academic books

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Academic Spring

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journals

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UK policy

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CC BY-SA

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Creative Commons

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happiness

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sharing

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palaeoart

Ichthyosaurs all aswim

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sea monster

Ichthyosaurs all aswim

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niche partitioning

New ichthyosaur species!

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Not long after posting my recent Ichthyosaur taxonomy page, with its list of valid genera, I find myself needing amend it; but in a good way.

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Toarcian

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diversity

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journal of geology

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jurassic strata

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knutsen

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norwegian journal

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Y’know, it’s the same old thing: you wait ages for new ichthyosaurs, then several come along at once! I notice this seems to have started after putting up my...

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shale

A plethora of ichthyosaurs

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ecology

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Great White Shark

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predator

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Acamptonectes

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Argentina

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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cfd

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

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Charmouth

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

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computational fluid dynamics

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Cretaceous

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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genus stenopterygius

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Leptonectes

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

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Lyme Regis

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Maiaspondylus

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Mexico

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Museum für Naturkunde

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museum hauff

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

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Nannopterygius

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

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North America

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

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Peterborough

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Platypterygius

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

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Posidonia Shale

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

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preservation

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

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Russia

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

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South America

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

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southwestern germany

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

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Stenopterygius

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

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university of bristol

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

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USA

The ichthyosaurian roundup of last year

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Twenty-twelve was a big year for ichthyosaurology. For me, it was my first full academic and calendar years as a PhD student at the University of Bristol stu...

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dinosaur

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renaissance

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Mary Anning

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Mac

Where have I been?

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So … hi there. How have things been with you? I’ve been away from this blog for a while, but don’t worry!: I haven’t been idle … not all of the time anyway.

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Microsoft Word

Where have I been?

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So … hi there. How have things been with you? I’ve been away from this blog for a while, but don’t worry!: I haven’t been idle … not all of the time anyway.

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Scrivener

Where have I been?

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So … hi there. How have things been with you? I’ve been away from this blog for a while, but don’t worry!: I haven’t been idle … not all of the time anyway.

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tools

Where have I been?

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So … hi there. How have things been with you? I’ve been away from this blog for a while, but don’t worry!: I haven’t been idle … not all of the time anyway.

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documentary

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