Hermione T Beckett

Hermione T Beckett

Postgraduate

I am a fourth year DPhil student funded by NERC on the Environmental Research Doctoral Training Programme (DTP). My project focuses on the relationships of Pelagia and investigates their rates of evolution and radiation after the Cretaceous-Palaeogene boundary using both fossil and modern data.

 

 

[3.] Beckett, H. T., Giles, S. and Friedman, M. in press. Comparative anatomy of the gill skeleton of fossil Aulopiformes (Teleostei: Eurypterygii). Journal of Systematic Palaeontology

[2.] Friedman, M., Beckett, H. T., Close, R. A. & Johanson, Z. 2016. 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. 2016. 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.