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|Display all details of Variation in the sacroiliac joint in Felidae||Variation of the inter iliac angle of the sacroiliac joint in Felids. Morphofunctional study. Form function relationship with ecological stressors.||59||59|
|Display all details of Sinomacrops bondei, a new anurognathid pterosaur from the Jurassic of China and comments on the group||Anurognathids are an elusive group of diminutive, potentially arboreal pterosaurs. Even though their monophyly has been well-supported, their intrarelationships have been obscure, and their phylogenetic placement even more. In the present work, we present a new genus and species from the Middle-Late Jurassic Tiaojishan Formation, the third nominal anurognathid species from the Jurassic of China. The new species provides new information concerning morphological diversity for the group. Furthermore, we provide a new phylogenetic analysis incorporating into a single data set characters from diverging phylogenetic proposals. Our results place them as the sister-group of Darwinoptera + Pterodactyloidea, as basal members of the Monofenestrata.||1||1|
|Display all details of Vulci 3000||Vulci (fl. 10th cent. BCE- 5th cent. CE) was one of the largest and most important cities of ancient Etruria and one of the biggest pre-Roman cities in the 1st millennium BCE in the Italian peninsula. The investigation of Vulci presents a rare opportunity to study city-plans and urban infrastructures and for interpreting the organization of public spaces across time and cultures. The emergence of Vulci as an Etruscan settlement and its transformation into a Roman city involved important political, religious, and social changes, identifiable by comparative analyses between architectural spaces, trade and materials’ production. Duke’s excavations in the urban core identified over 6000 classifiable objects in different categories (pottery, coins, tools, architectural elements, metal, and wall decorations) which will contribute significantly to the study of urban archaeology in the Italian peninsula. Anticipating the power of 3D data and virtual reality for preserving, studying and communicating information about this unique site, the excavations at Vulci are entirely documented in 3D thanks to a combined use of 3D photogrammetry, georadars, multispectral drones and laser scanners. Vulci team has made use of VR tools (Unity 3D, Oculus Quest, HTC Vive) to create example immersive experiences. This project was generously supported by the following sponsors: Soprintendenza Archeologia Belle Arti e Paesaggio per l'area metropolitana di Roma, la provincia di Viterbo e l'Etruria meridionale; the Etruscan Foundation, and The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation.||Maurizio Forte||714||713|
|Display all details of Eurypterid respiratory structures||This project archives raw data in support of the following publication: Lamsdell JC, McCoy VE, Perron-Feller OA, Hopkins MJ. 2020. Air breathing in an exceptionally preserved 340-million-year-old sea scorpion. Current Biology 30, 1-6. Published September 10, 2020. doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2020.08.034.||3||1|
|Display all details of Rhabdognathus endocranial anatomy||2||1|
|Display all details of Triarthrus respiration||This project archives data in support of: Hou, J.-B., Hughes, N.C., Hopkins, M.J. The trilobite upper limb branch is a well-developed gill. Science Advances 31 Mar 2021: Vol. 7, no. 14, eabe7377. DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abe7377||3||3|
|Display all details of Power Cascade: 3D models of teeth, claws, horns, thorns, beaks, and shells||The Power Cascade is an evo-devo rule that describes the growth of structures from teeth to shells, such that the radial expansion of the shape follows a power law with the increase in distance. Publication: Evans et al. (2021). A universal power law for modelling the growth and form of teeth, claws, horns, thorns, beaks, and shells. BMC Biology.||Evans, Alistair||119||94|
|Display all details of OUMNH-WMG collaborations||Collaborative project CT scanning natural history objects between Oxford University Museum of Natural History and the Warwick Manufacturing Group, University of Warwick||Murdock, Duncan J E||0||0|
|Display all details of Ramadapis sahnii||New sivaladapid primate from Lower Siwalik deposits surrounding Ramnagar (Jammu and Kashmir State), India||2||1|
|Display all details of OUMNH Earth Collections||Specimens from the Palaeontology, Mineralogy and Petrology collections of Oxford University Museum of Natural History.||Oxford University Museum of Natural History||57||7|