Symposium

Contributions of the British Fossil Record to Palaeobiology

Holotype of the iguanodontian dinosaur Mantellisaurus atherfieldensis
CCBY2.0 Photo by Matt Brown
Wednesday 21st September, 1330 – 1700, Flett Theatre

1330–1350 – Zerina Johanson – Bone repair in the giant Middle Jurassic pachycormid Leedsichthys

1350–1410 – Laura Porro – Biomechanics in early tetrapods

1410–1430 – Richard Butler – British Triassic fossils in the context of early Mesozoic tetrapod evolution and biogeography

1430–1450 – Elsa Panciroli – British Mesozoic mammals and exceptional new Middle Jurassic fossils from Scotland

1450–1510 – Coffee break

1510–1530 – Michela Johnson – Fishing for Jurassic crocodylomorphs of the UK

1530–1550 – Paul Barrett – The continuing impact of UK dinosaurs – from local to global

1550–1610 – Dan Field – Unique British contributions to avian palaeontology

1610–1700: Keynote – Anjali Goswami – British and global trends in diversity through time

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