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I use modern quantitative methods to understand palaeoecological dynamics during the Mesozoic era, looking at how extrinsic changes affected terrestrial faunas and ecological stability, as well as how intrinisc factors may have shaped ecological evolution and tetrapod macroevolution. My current research is based on anatomy and using eco-morphology to infer details of trophic relationships and chart macroevolution using these diagnostics.
- Accepted/In press
Chemical, experimental, and morphological evidence for diagenetically altered melanin in exceptionally preserved fossils
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America