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Clements T., Purnell., M., and Gabbott, S. (2022) Experimental analysis of organ decay and pH gradients within a carcass and the implications for phosphatization of soft tissues. Palaeontology.

Clements, T., and Gabbott, S. (2022) Exceptional Preservation of Fossil Soft Tissues. eLS.

Klug, C., Di Silvestro, G., Hoffmann, R., Schweigert, G., Fuchs, D., Clements, T. and Gueriau, P. (2021) Taphonomic patterns mimic biologic structures: diagenetic Liesegang rings in Mesozoic coleoids and coprolites. PeerJ, 9, p.e10703.

Roy, A., Rogers, C. S., Clements, T., Pittman, M., Habimana, O., Martin, P., & Vinther, J. (2020) Fossil Microbodies Are Melanosomes: Evaluating and Rejecting the “Fossilized Decay-Associated Microbes” Hypothesis. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, (440), 251-276

Clements, T., Purnell, M., & Gabbott, S. (2018). The Mazon Creek Lagerstätte: a diverse late Palaeozoic ecosystem entombed within siderite concretions. Journal of the Geological Society, jgs2018-088.

Clements, T. (2018). Fossil Focus — Coleoid cephalopods: the squid, cuttlefish and octopus. Palaeontology Online, Volume 8, Article 6, 1-8. Open Access Article

Clements, T., Colleary, C., De Baets, K. and Vinther, J. (2016), Buoyancy mechanisms limit preservation of coleoid cephalopod soft tissues in Mesozoic Lagerstätten. Palaeontology. doi:10.1111/pala.12267 OpenAccess Link

Clements, T., Dolocan, A., Martin, P., Purnell, M., Vinther, J and Gabbott, S. (2016) Eyes of Tullimonstrum gregarium reveal a vertebrate affinity. Nature. doi:10.1038/nature17647  Paper Link

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