Presentations (Upcoming and Previous)
Astrop, T. I., Rogers, C. S., McNamara, M. (2017): What is a pigment granule? – and why you should care. International Workshop on Konservat-Lagerstätten, University College Cork, July 15th – 16th 2017
Katie Davis, Timothy Astrop, Matthew Wills (2014): Testing habitat transitions in the first supertree of true crabs and hermit crabs (Brachyura and Anomura). Palaeontological Society Annual Meeting 16-19th December 2014
Timothy Astrop, Matthew Wills, Qilong Ren, Michael Carley, Sylvain Gerber and Stefan Angioni (2014): Modelling Functional Morphology and Extinction selectivity in Ammonites. Palaeontological Society Annual Meeting 16-19th December 2014
Astrop, T. I. (2013): The Evolution of Sexual Systems: an Integrated Palaeontological and Biological Approach. At the Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology: Chinese Academy of Sciences (NIGPAS), Nanjing, China
Astrop, T. I. (2012): Sex, Genes and Rocks of Old: Elucidating the Patterns of Sexual-System Evolution in Branchiopod Crustacea. At Geological Society of America annual meeting, Charlotte, NC.
Astrop, T. I. (2012): The Evolution of Sexual Systems: Establishing an Integrated Palaeobiological Approach Using the Reproductively Labile Clam Shrimp (Spinicaudata). At the Universidad Nacional del Nordeste (UNNE) Corrientes, Argentina, Department of General Paleontology, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Surveying.
Astrop, T. I., Stark, A. Y. and Sahni, V. (2011): Poking holes in Shrimp: An Integrated Investigation into Preservation Bias in the Fossil Record of Spinicaudata. At the University of Akron.
Astrop, T. I., Park, L. E. and Weeks, S. C. (2011): Investigating the Evolution of Hermaphroditism and Androdioecy in Crustaceans: Establishing an Integrated Palaeobiological Approach Using the Reproductively Labile Clam Shrimp (Spinicaudata). At Evolution, SSE Annual Meeting.
Astrop, T. I. and Hegna, T. (2011): An Integrative Assault On Clam Shrimp (Conchostraca; Branchiopoda; Crustacea) Paleobiology And Phylogeny. At Geological Society of America Northeastern Regional Meeting.
Astrop, T.I., Park, L. E. and Weeks, S.C. (2009): A Re-Examination of Conchostracans as Model Fossil Taxa: An Integrated Biological and Palaeontological Approach. At Geological Society of America annual meeting, Portland. Oregon.
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