Conferences

Clements, T., Purnell, M. and Gabbott, Rotten livers, guts and gills: can carcasses generate organ specific microenvironments? Talk presented at the 61st Annual Meeting of the Palaeontological Association; 2017. Imperial College, London.

Clements, T., Purnell, M. and Gabbott, Rotten livers, guts and gills: can carcasses generate organ specific microenvironments? Talk presented at the 2017 International Workshop on Konservat-Lagerstätten, UCC, Cork, Ireland; 2017 (Travel grant awarded)

Clements, T.,  Turning squishy body bits into rock: how do soft tissue fossils form? #BTCon17 – Twitter conference with @BioTweeps, 2017. https://storify.com/scarecrow25/btcon17

Clements, T., Purnell, M. and Gabbott, S. Is a ‘one size fits all’ taphonomic model appropriate for the Mazon Creek Lagerstätte? Talk presented at ProgPal 2017; Leicester.

Clements, T., Purnell, M. and Gabbott, S. Is a ‘one size fits all’ taphonomic model appropriate for the Mazon Creek Lagerstätte? Talk presented at Annual Meeting of European Geosciences Union General Assembly; 2017, Vienna, Austria (PalAss grant awarded)

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Clements, T. Seeing Into the Carboniferous: How the Tully Monster Saw Illinois 300 Million Years Ago. Invitational talk at the Burpee Museum PaleoFest 2017, Rockford, Illinois, USA. Link to bio here.

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Clements, T., Purnell, M., and Gabbott, S. Is a ‘one size fits all’ taphonomic model appropriate for Mazon Creek Lagerstätte? Talk presented at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Palaeontological Association; 2016.  Université Claude Bernard, Lyon, France. (Highly Commended Talk Award)

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Clements, T., Dolocan, A., Martin, P., Purnell, M., Vinther, J and Gabbott, S. Seeing into the Carboniferous: Tullimonstrum gregarium eye pigment reveals a vertebrate affinity. ProgPal 2016, Oxford. (Talk Prize)

Clements, T. How ancient organisms moved and fed: finding out more from fossils. Press conference presented the Annual Meeting of European Geosciences Union General Assembly; 2016, Vienna, Austria (PalAss grant awarded)

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Clements, T., Purnell, M and Gabbott, S. Livers, guts and gills: how decay profiles control the fossilization potential of soft tissues. Poster session presented at the Annual Meeting of European Geosciences Union General Assembly; 2016, Vienna, Austria

Clements, T., Purnell, M. and Gabbott, S. Seeing into the Carboniferous: Tullimonstrum gregarium eye pigment reveals a vertebrate affinity. University of Leicester Geology Postgraduate Research Day; 2016 (Sylvester Bradley Award Honourable Mention)

Clements, T., Purnell, M and Gabbott, S. Livers, guts and gills: how decay profiles control the fossilization potential of soft tissues. Poster session presented at the 59th Annual Meeting of the Palaeontological Association; 2015. Cardiff University, Wales, UK.

Clements, T., Purnell, M and Gabbott, S. Livers, guts and gills: how decay profiles control the fossilization potential of soft tissues. Poster session presented at the Festival of Postgraduate Research, University of Leicester; 2015. (Best Poster – College of Science and Engineering Prize )

Clements, T., Purnell, M and Gabbott, S. Can the decay of internal organs influence their fossilisation potential? University of Leicester Geology Postgraduate Research Day; 2015 (Sylvester Bradley Award Honourable Mention)

Clements, T., Colleary, C., De Baets, K. and Vinther, J. Taphonomic biases in the preservation of coleoid cephalopod soft tissues tissue in Mesozoic Lagerstätten. Poster session presented at the 57th Annual Meeting of the Palaeontological Association; 2013, Zurich, Switzerland

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