Neil Brocklehurst
Neil Brocklehurst
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The completeness of the fossil record of Mesozoic birds: implications for early avian evolution
N Brocklehurst, P Upchurch, PD Mannion, J O'Connor
PloS one 7 (6), e39056, 2012
852012
The completeness of the fossil record of Mesozoic birds: implications for early avian evolution
N Brocklehurst, P Upchurch, PD Mannion, J O'Connor
PloS one 7 (6), e39056, 2012
852012
The early evolution of synapsids, and the influence of sampling on their fossil record
N Brocklehurst, CF Kammerer, J Fröbisch
Paleobiology 39 (3), 470-490, 2013
522013
Olson's extinction and the latitudinal biodiversity gradient of tetrapods in the Permian
N Brocklehurst, MO Day, BS Rubidge, J Fröbisch
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1852), 20170231, 2017
312017
Current and historical perspectives on the completeness of the fossil record of pelycosaurian-grade synapsids
N Brocklehurst, J Fröbisch
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 399, 114-126, 2014
312014
A Re-Description of ‘Mycterosaurus’ smithae, an Early Permian Eothyridid, and Its Impact on the Phylogeny of Pelycosaurian-Grade Synapsids
N Brocklehurst, RR Reisz, V Fernandez, J Fröbisch
PLoS One 11 (6), e0156810, 2016
272016
Elevated extinction rates as a trigger for diversification rate shifts: early amniotes as a case study
N Brocklehurst, M Ruta, J Müller, J Fröbisch
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 1-10, 2015
262015
Diversity change during the rise of tetrapods and the impact of the ‘Carboniferous rainforest collapse’
EM Dunne, RA Close, DJ Button, N Brocklehurst, DD Cashmore, GT Lloyd, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1872), 20172730, 2018
242018
A simulation-based examination of residual diversity estimates as a method of correcting for sampling bias
N Brocklehurst
Palaeontologia Electronica 18 (3), 1-15, 2015
202015
Assessing the completeness of the fossil record: comparison of different methods applied to parareptilian tetrapods (Vertebrata: Sauropsida)
A Verrière, N Brocklehurst, J Fröbisch
Paleobiology 42 (4), 680-695, 2016
182016
Physical and environmental drivers of Paleozoic tetrapod dispersal across Pangaea
N Brocklehurst, EM Dunne, DD Cashmore, J Frӧbisch
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-12, 2018
132018
Accounting for differences in species frequency distributions when calculating beta diversity in the fossil record
N Brocklehurst, MO Day, J Fröbisch
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (6), 1409-1420, 2018
122018
The postcranial skeleton of Ennatosaurus tecton (Synapsida, Caseidae)
M Romano, N Brocklehurst, J Fröbisch
Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 16 (13), 1097-1122, 2018
112018
On formation‐based sampling proxies and why they should not be used to correct the fossil record
AM Dunhill, B Hannisdal, N Brocklehurst, MJ Benton
Palaeontology 61 (1), 119-132, 2018
112018
Selection towards larger body size in both herbivorous and carnivorous synapsids during the Carboniferous
N Brocklehurst, KS Brink
Facets 2 (1), 68-84, 2017
112017
Principal component analysis as an alternative treatment for morphometric characters: phylogeny of caseids as a case study
N Brocklehurst, M Romano, J Fröbisch
Palaeontology 59 (6), 877-886, 2016
112016
Commentary: a reassessment of the taxonomic position of mesosaurs, and a surprising phylogeny of early amniotes
MJ MacDougall, SP Modesto, N Brocklehurst, A Verrière, RR Reisz, ...
Frontiers in Earth Science 6, 99, 2018
102018
Discrete and continuous character-based disparity analyses converge to the same macroevolutionary signal: a case study from captorhinids
M Romano, N Brocklehurst, J Fröbisch
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-9, 2017
102017
Rates and modes of body size evolution in early carnivores and herbivores: a case study from Captorhinidae
N Brocklehurst
PeerJ 4, e1555, 2016
102016
Rates of morphological evolution in Captorhinidae: an adaptive radiation of Permian herbivores
N Brocklehurst
PeerJ 5, e3200, 2017
92017
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