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Dr David Hone

Dr David Hone

Dr David Hone
BSc, MSc, PhD

Research Assistant

Area of research

Behaviour, Ecology and Evolution of Mesozoic Ornithodirans

Office G31
Wills Memorial Building,
Queen's Road, Clifton BS8 1RJ
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Summary

There are several broad themes to my research, though I have worked on a wide range of topics and contributed to a number of different areas of palaeontological and biological research. My work focuses on the (non-avian) dinosaurs as a whole and especially the carnivorous theropods, and also on the flying pterosaurs. However, I have also published on birds, and more basal archosaurs and archosauromorphs in the past. I often use a wide range of extant analogues in my research and thus also look at extant mammals, birds and reptiles as part of my work.

Keywords

  • Dinosaurs Pterosaurs Evolution Behaviour Ecology Body Size Feeding traces Sociality

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