Dr Thomas L Stubbs

BSC, MSC, PhD(Bristol)

    • BS8 1TQ

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    I am an evolutionary biologist and palaeontologist interested in biodiversity and anatomy. My research uses the fossil record and living animals to explore the uneven distribution of biodiversity across the Tree of Life and through geological time. I have worked on crocodiles, marine reptiles, dinosaurs, birds, lizards and snakes, mammals and fish, to understand how diverse groups rise and fall, and how new evolutionary innovations emerge.

    In my current postdoctoral research, I am exploring large-scale patterns of morphological change inclusively across all tetrapods (amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals), covering both living (~580 families) and extinct (>1000 families) animals in a universal framework.

    Please check my personal website for more details: https://www.tomstubbs.co.uk


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