Publications

Journal Article
Portugal, S.J., and S.E. Pierce. “Who's looking at your data?Science Careers 10.1126/science.caredit.a1400052 (2014). Publisher's Version
Dale, V.H.M., S.E. Pierce, and S.A. May. “Benefits and limitations of an employer-led, structured logbook to promote self-directed learning in the clinical workplace.Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 40 (2013): 402-418. Publisher's Version
Pierce, S.E., J.R. Hutchinson, and J.A. Clack. “Historical perspectives on the evolution of tetrapodomorph movement.Integrative & Comparative Biology 53 (2013): 209-223. Publisher's Version
Sanchez, S., V. Fernandez, S.E. Pierce, and P. Tafforeau. “Homogenization of sample absorption for the imaging of large and dense fossils and synchrotron microtomography.Nature Protocols 8 (2013): 1708-1717.
Stubbs, T.L., S.E. Pierce, E.J. Rayfield, and P.S.L. Anderson. “Morphological and biomechanics disparity of crocodile-line archosaurs following the end-Triassic extinction.Proceedings of the Royal Society, Biology 280 (2013). Publisher's Version
Dale, V.H.M., S.E. Pierce, and S.A. May. “Motivating factors and perceived barriers to participating in continuing professional development: A national survey of veterinary surgeons.Veterinary Record 173 (2013): 247. Publisher's Version
Pierce, S.E., P.E. Ahlberg, J.L. Molnar, S. Sanchez, P. Tafforeau, J.R. Hutchinson, and J.A. Clack. “Vertebral architecture in the earliest stem tetrapods.” Nature 494 (2013): 226-229. Publisher's Version
Molnar, J.L., S.E. Pierce, J.A. Clack, and J.R. Hutchinson. “Idealized land-mark based geometric reconstructions of poorly preserved fossil material: a case study of an early tetrapod vertebra.Palaeontologia Electronica 15, no. 1 (2012): 1-18. Publisher's Version
Pierce, S.E., J.A. Clack, and Hutchinson J.R. “Three-dimensional limb joint mobility in the early tetrapod Ichthyostega.” Nature 486 (2012): 523-526. Publisher's Version
Pierce, S.E., J.A. Clack, and J.R. Hutchinson. “Comparative axial morphology in pinnipeds and its correlation with aquatic locomotory behaviour.Journal of Anatomy 219 (2011): 502-514. Publisher's Version
Baillie, S., S.E. Pierce, and S.A. May. “Fostering integrated learning and clinical professionalism using contextualized simulation in a small group role-play.Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 37 (2010): 248-253. Publisher's Version
Dale, V.H.M., S.E. Pierce, and S.A. May. “The importance of cultivating a preference for complexity in veterinarians for effective lifelong learning.Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 37 (2010): 165-171. Publisher's Version
Dale, V.H.M., S.E. Pierce, D. Palmer, and S.A. May. “The role of undergraduate research experiences in producing veterinary scientists.Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 37 (2010): 198-206. Publisher's Version
Pierce, S.E., K.D. Angielczyk, and E.J. Rayfield. “Morphospace occupation in thalattosuchian crocodylomorphs: Skull shape variation, species delineation, and temporal patterns.Palaeontolgy 52 (2009): 1057-1097. Publisher's Version
Pierce, S.E., K.D. Angielczyk, and E.J. Rayfield. “Shape and mechanics in thalattosuchian (Crocodylomorpha) skulls: Implications for feeding behaviour and niche partitioning.” Journal of Anatomy 215 (2009): 555-576. Publisher's Version
Pierce, S.E., K.D. Angielczyk, and E.J. Rayfield. “Patterns of morphospace occupation and mechanical performance in extant crocodilian skulls: A combined geometric morphometric and finite element modeling approach.Journal of Morphology 269 (2008): 840-864. Publisher's Version
Pierce, S.E., and M.J. Benton. “Pelagosaurus typus Bronn, 1841 (Mesoeucrocodylia; Thalattosuchia) from the Upper Lias (Toarcian, Lower Jurassic) of Somerset, England.Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26 (2006): 621-635. Publisher's Version
Pierce, S.E., and M.W. Caldwell. “Redescription and phylogenetic position of the Adriatic (Upper Cretaceous; Cenomanian) dolichosaur Pontosaurus lesinensis(Kornhuber, 1873).Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 24 (2004): 373-386. Publisher's Version
Pierce, S.E.Non-equilibrium thermodynamics: An alternate evolutionary hypothesis.” Crossing boundries 1 (2002): 49-59. Publisher's Version

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