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Mr Mark Puttick

Mr Mark Puttick

Mr Mark Puttick
BSc(Exon), MSc(Bristol)

Research Associate

Area of research

The origin of plants: genomes, rocks, and biogeochemical cycles

Office LS109
Senate House,
Tyndall Avenue, Bristol BS8 1TH
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+44 (0) 117 39 41345

Summary

I am an evolutionary biologist and am primarily interested in the large-scale patterns of macroevolution. My main research focus is in combining information from the fossil record with extant species to obtain a clearer understanding of the diversification of life.

Currently I am working on the project 'The origin of plants: genomes, rocks, and biogeochemical cycles' and my role in this is to estimate the divergence times of early land plants

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School of Earth Sciences

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