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Mimi Beckett

Palaeontology student studying for a DPhil in Earth Science, University of Oxford.

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Publications

###2015

[2.] Friedman, M., Beckett, H. T., Close, R. A. & Johanson, Z. 2015. The English Chalk and London Clay: two remarkable British bony fish Lagerstatten. In: Johanson, Z., Barrett, P. M., Richter, M. & Smith, M. (eds) Arthur Smith Woodward: His Life and Influence on Modern Vertebrate Palaeontology. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 430. First published online November 23rd, 2015, http://doi:10.1144/SP430.18.


[1.] Beckett, H. T. & Friedman, M. 2015. The one that got away from Smith Woodward: cranial anatomy of Micrornatus (Acanthomorpha: Scombridae) revealed using computed microtomography. In: Johanson, Z., Barrett, P. M., Richter, M. & Smith, M. (eds) Arthur Smith Woodward: His Life and Influence on Modern Vertebrate Palaeontology. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 430. First published online November 5th, 2015, http://doi:10.1144/SP430.16.

Conference Posters


Beckett, H. T. & Friedman, M. 2014. Relationships and divergence times in lizardfishes (Aulopiformes): new insights from computed tomography. (Woodward150 Symposium, NHM London).


Friedman, M., Beckett, H. T., Brazeau, M., Close, R., Giles, S. & Johanson, Z. 2013. Evolution of modern fish diversity. (Leverhulme Trust annual reception, London).

Conference Talks


Beckett, H. T. and Friedman, M., 2015. Revisiting Landanichthys, the oldest fossil mackerel?. (SVPCA 2015, Southampton)


Beckett, H. T. and Friedman, M., 2015. Revised relationships of fossil Aulopiformes: implications for habitat shifts over the Cretaceous-Palaeogene boundary. (Progressive Palaeontology 2015, Bristol) - Special Mention


Beckett, H. T. and Friedman, M., 2014. Decoding the Relationships of Lizardfishes (Aulopiformes). (Oxford Geology Group 2014 Annual Colloquium – Young Geoscientist Competition, Oxford)


Friedman, M., Beckett, H. T., Close, R., Delbarre, D., & Johanson, Z. 2014. What Woodward did not see: bony fishes of the English Chalk and London Clay revealed by CT scanning. (Woodward150 Symposium, NHM London).


Close, R., Beckett, H. T., Johanson, Z., MacLeod, N., Wainwright, P. & Friedman, M. 2014. Getting inside the head of Cretaceous-Paleogene teleosts: new morphological and functional data from the exceptional fish faunas of the English Chalk and London Clay. (Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology annual meeting, Austin, TX, USA).