Palaeontology and Open Science roundup: 18th May, 2018

Welcome to your usual weekly roundup of vaguely interesting stuff that happened in the last week! Enjoy, and let me know if I’ve missed anything out. Previous week.

Palaeontology news

  • Foffa et al: Filling the Corallian gap: New information on Late Jurassic marine reptile faunas from England.
  • Wu et al: A grazing Gomphotherium in Middle Miocene Central Asia, 10 million years prior to the origin of the Elephantidae.
  • Brignon: New historical data on the first dinosaurs found in France.
  • Prieto-Marquez and Guenther: Perinatal specimens of Maiasaura from the Upper Cretaceous of Montana (USA): insights into the early ontogeny of saurolophine hadrosaurid dinosaurs.
  • Brocklehurst: An examination of the impact of Olson’s extinction on tetrapods from Texas.
  • Muscente et al: Quantifying ecological impacts of mass extinctions with network analysis of fossil communities.

Open Science News

Stuff I’ve done

Other cool stuff

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