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Oficina: M1-302

Educación

Ph.D. Vertebrate Palaeontology, University of Derby, United Kingdom, 2001

B.Sc., Earth and Life studies, University of Derby, United Kingdom, 1993


Intereses 

Sauropterygia, paleobiología, estratigrafía e Historia de la Ciencia.

Publicaciones seleccionadas

Sassoon, J., Noè, L.F., Benton, M.J. (2012) Cranial anatomy and palaeopathology of an Upper Jurassic Kimmeridgian pliosaur (Reptilia: Sauropterygia) from Westbury, Wiltshire. Palaeontology, 55 (4), pp 743-773.

Benson, R.J., Ketchum, H., Noè, L.F. and Gómez, M. (2011) New information on Hauffiosaurus (Reptilia, Plesiosauria) from a new species from the Alum Shale Member (Toarcian: Jurassic) of Yorkshire, UK. Palaeontology, 54 (3), pp 547-571.

Noè, L.F., Liston, J.J. and Chapman, S.D. (2010) ‘Old bones, dry subject’: the dinosaurs and pterosaur collected by Alfred Nicholson Leeds of Peterborough, England: In Moody, R.T.J., Buffetaut, E., Naish, D. & Martill, D. (eds). Dinosaurs and Other Extinct Saurians: A Historical Perspective. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 343, pp 49-77.

Padilla, C.B., Páramo, M.E., Noè, L.F. Gómez, M. and Luz Parra, M. (2010) Acid preparation of large vertebrate Specimens. Geological Curator, 9 (3), pp 213-220.

Noè, L.F., Gómez-Cruz, R., Gómez, M. and Patarroyo, P. (2007) A pliosaur travels: The packaging of a unique Cretaceous marine reptile, and its transport from Colombia to the United Kingdom. Geological Curator 8 (5), pp 271-280.

Liston, J.J. and Noè, L.F. (2004) The tail of the Jurassic fish Leedsichthys problematicus (Osteichthyes: Actinopterygii) collected by Alfred Nicholson Leeds – an example of the importance of historical records in palaeontology. Archives of Natural History, 31, pp 236-252.

Cruickshank, A.R.I., Martill, D.M. and Noè, L.F. (1996) A pliosaur (Reptilia, Sauropterygia) exhibiting pachyostosis from the Middle Jurassic of England. Journal of the Geological Society of London, 153, pp 873-879.

 

 

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