When one comes from an auxiliary discipline, it's easy to miss some of the more recently published, relevant articles in marine vertebrate taphonomy. So, to help out anyone with an interest in the preservation of marine vertebrates - here's a (hopefully) comprehensive list of publications from the past 5 years that you may not have noticed.
Robert Boessenecker, of the blog The Coastal Palaeontologist, has compiled a wonderful list of marine taphonomy papers covering the last 5 years.
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Syme is a PhD candidate at The University of Queensland, studying the taphonomy (preservation state) of fossil non-avian dinosaurs, crocodiles and fish from
the Winton Formation, Queensland, Australia. Think forensic science or CSI for fossils, and you're on the right track!
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