Publications

Here is a list of my publications.  It’s here for completeness’ sake, but you may find it more useful to view on Google Scholar.

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2016. Falkingham, P. L. and Horner, A. M. Trackways Produced by Lungfish During Terrestrial Locomotion. Nature Scientific Reports 6:33734. Link

2016. Klein, H. Wizevich, M.C., Thuring, B., Marty, D., Thuring, S., Falkingham P. L., and Meyer, C. A. Triassic chirotheriid footprints from the Swiss Alps: ichnotaxonomy and depositional environment (Cantons Wallis & Glarus). Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 135(2): 295-314

2016. Bates, K. T. Mannion, P. D., Falkingham, P. L., Brusatte, S. L., Hutchinson, J. R., Otero, A., Sellers, W. I., Sullivan, C., Stevens, K., Allen, V. Temporal and phylogenetic evolution of the sauropod dinosaur body plan. Royal Society Open Science 3:150636

2016. Xing, L., Li, D., Falkingham, P. L., Lockley, M. G., Benton, M. J., Klein, H., Zhang, J., Ran, H., Persons, S, and Dai, H. Digit-only sauropod pes trackways from China – evidence of swimming or a preservational phenomenon? Nature Scientific Reports 6: 21138.

2016. Basu, C., Falkingham, P. L., and Hutchinson, J. R. The extinct, giant giraffid Sivatherium giganteum: skeletal reconstruction and body mass estimation. Biology letters 12: 20150940.

2015. Rahman, I.A. Zamora, S., Falkingham, P.L., and Phillips, J.C. Cambrian cinctan echinoderms shed light on feeding in the ancestral deuterostome. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282:20151964. DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2015.1964

2015. Bates, K.T., Falkingham, P.L., Macauley, S., Brassey, C., Maidment, S.C.R. Downsizing a giant: Re-evaluating Dreadnoughtus body mass. Biology Letters 11(6): 1744-9561. DOI: 10.1098/rsbl.2015.0215

2014. Falkingham, P.L., Gatesy, S.M. The birth of a dinosaur footprint: Subsurface 3D motion reconstruction and discrete element simulation reveal track ontogeny. PNAS 111(51): 18279-18284 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1416252111

2014. Falkingham, P.L. Hage, J., Bäker, M. Mitigating the Goldilocks effect: the effects of different substrate models on track formation potential. Royal Society Open Science 1(3):140225

2014. Bennett, M.R., Morse, S.A., Falkingham, P.L. Tracks made by swimming Hippopotami: An example from Koobi Fora (Turkana Basin, Kenya). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 409: 9-23.

2014. Falkingham, P.L., Bates, K.T., Farlow, J.O. Historical Photogrammetry: Bird’s Paluxy River Dinosaur Chase Sequence Digitally Reconstructed as It Was prior to Excavation 70 Years Ago. PLoS ONE 9: e93247.

2014. Falkingham, P. L. Interpreting ecology and behaviour from the vertebrate fossil track record. Journal of Zoology: 222-228.

2014. Razzolini, N.L., Vila, B., Castanera, D., Falkingham, P. L., Barco JL, et al. Intra-Trackway Morphological Variations Due to Substrate Consistency: The El Frontal Dinosaur Tracksite (Lower Cretaceous, Spain). PLoS ONE 9: e93708.

2013. Maidment, S.R.C., Bates, K.T, Falkingham, P.L., van Buren, C., Arbour, V., and Barrett, P.M. Locomotion in Ornithischian Dinosaurs: An Assessment Using Three-Dimensional Computational Modelling. Biological Reviews. 89(3): 588-617

2013. Falkingham, P L. Low cost 3D scanning using off-the-shelf video gaming peripherals. Journal of Paleontological Techniques 11: 1-9.

2013. Bates, K. T., Savage, R., Pataky, T. C., Morse, S. A., Webster, E., and Falkingham, P. L., et al. Does footprint depth correlate with foot motion and pressure? Journal of the Royal Society Interface 10(83): 20130009

2013. Bennett, M.R., Morse, S.A., Falkingham, P.L., Bates, K.T., and Crompton, R. H. Preserving the impossible: conservation of soft-sediment hominin footprint sites and strategies for three-dimensional digital data capture. PLoS ONE 8:e60755

2013. White, M. A., Falkingham, P. L., Cook, A. G., Hocknull, S. A., and Elliot, D. A. Morphological comparisons of metacarpal I for Australovenator wintonensis and Rapator ornitholestoides and implications for their relationship. Alcheringa. 37(4): 435-441

2013. Castanera D, Vila B, Razzolini N. L., Falkingham P.L., Canudo J. I., et al. Manus Track Preservation Bias as a Key Factor for Assessing Trackmaker Identity and Quadrupedalism in Basal Ornithopods. PLoS ONE 8: e54177.

2012. Falkingham P. L., Bates K. T., Mannion P. D. Temporal and palaeoenvironmental distribution of manus- and pes-dominated sauropod trackways. Journal of the Geological Society 169: 365-370.

2012. Farlow J. O., O’Brien M., Kuban G. J., Dattilo B. F., Bates K. T., Falkingham, P.L. et al. Dinosaur Tracksites of the Paluxy River Valley ( Glen Rose Formation , Lower Cretaceous ), Dinosaur Valley State Park , Somervell County , Texas. Proceedings of the V International Symposium about Dinosaur Palaeontology and their Environment. pp. 41-69.

2012. Sellers W. I., Hepworth-Bell J., Falkingham P. L., Bates K. T., Brassey C. A., et al. Minimum convex hull mass estimations of complete mounted skeletons. Journal of the Royal Society: Biology Letters, 8(5):842-845

2012. Bates K. T., Falkingham P. L. Estimating maximum bite performance in Tyrannosaurus rex using multi-body dynamics. Journal of the Royal Society: Biology Letters, 8(4):660-664

2012. Falkingham, P. L. Acquisition of high resolution 3D models using free, open source, photogrammetry. Palaeontologia Electronica. 15. 1T:15

2012. Bates, K.T., Benson, R.B.J., and Falkingham, P. L. The evolution of body size, stance and gait in the Allosauroidea (Dinosauria: Theropoda). Palaeobiology 38: 486-507.

2011. Falkingham, P. L., Bates, K. T., Margetts, L., and Manning, P. L. The Goldilocks effect: Preservational bias in dinosaur track assemblages. Journal of the Royal Society: Interface. 8:1142-1154. DOI: 10.1098/rsif.2010.0634

2011. Falkingham, P. L.,Bates, K. T., Margetts, L., Manning, P. L. Simulating sauropod manus only trackway formation using finite element analysis. Journal of the Royal Society: Biology Letters, 7(1): 142-145. DOI: 10.1098/rsbl.2010.040

2010. Bates, K. T., Falkingham, P. L., Rarity, F., Hodgetts, D., Purslow, A. and Manning, P. L. Application of high-resolution laser scanning and photogrammetric techniques to data acquisition, analysis and interpretation in palaeontology. International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing, and Spatial Information Sciences, XXXVIII, Part 5: 68-73

2010. Falkingham, P. L., Milan, J., and Manning, P. L. A re-description of a crocodile trace previously interpreted as a dinosaur tail drag mark from Wyoming, U.S.A. New Mexico Museum of Natural History Bulletin 51: 171-174

2010. Falkingham, P. L., Margetts, L., and Manning, P. L. Fossil Vertebrate Tracks as Palaeopenetrometers: confounding effects of foot morphology. PALAIOS, 25(6): 356-360

2010. Falkingham, P. L., Thompson, K., Agenbroad, L. D. and Manning, P. L. Bird tracks at the Mammoth Site of Hot Springs, S.D. Ichnos 17(1): 34-39

2009. Bates, K. T., Breithaupt, B. H., Falkingham, P. L., Matthews, N., Hodgetts, D., Rarity, F., and Manning, P. L. Integrated Lidar & Photogrammetric documentation of the Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite (Wyoming, U.S.A.). In:Foss, S.E., Cavin, J.L., Brown, T., Kirkland, J.I., and Santucci, V.L., eds., Proceedings of the Eighth Conference on Fossil Resources: Utah, p. 101-103.

2009. Bates, K. T., Falkingham, P. L., Breithaupt, B. H., Hodgetts, D., Sellers, W. I., Manning, P. L., How Big was Big Al? Quantifying the effect of soft tissue and osteological unknowns on mass predictions of Allosaurus (Dinosauria, Theropoda) Palaeontologia Electronica 12: 33.

2009. Manning, P. L., Margetts, L., Johnson, M. R., Withers, P., Codd, J., Sellers, W. I., Falkingham, P. L., Mummery, P. M., and Barrett, P. M. Biomechanics of Dromaeosaurid Dinosaur Claws: Application of X-Ray Microtomography, Nano-Indentation and Finite Element Analysis. The Anatomical Record, 292: 1397-1405.

2009. Falkingham, P. L., Margetts, L., Smith, I. M., and Manning, P. L. A Reinterpretation of Palmate and Semi-Palmate (Webbed) Fossil Tracks; Insights from Finite Element Modelling. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 271(1-2): 69-76.

2008. Manning, P.L., Ott, C. and Falkingham, P. L.. A Probable Tyrannosaurid track from the Hell Creek Formation (Upper Cretaceous), Montana, United States. PALAIOS 23: 64-647.

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