James Clark
James Clark
Professor of Biology, George Washington University
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Archosaur phylogeny and the relationships of the Crocodylia
MJ Benton, JM Clark
The phylogeny and classification of the tetrapods 1, 295-338, 1988
A nesting dinosaur
MA Norell, JM Clark, LM Chiappe, D Dashzeveg
Nature 378 (6559), 774-776, 1995
Patterns of evolution in Mesozoic Crocodyliformes
JM Clark
In the shadow of the dinosaurs: Early mesozoic tetrapods, 84-97, 1994
An oviraptorid skeleton from the late Cretaceous of Ukhaa Tolgod, Mongolia, preserved in an avianlike brooding position over an oviraptorid nest. American Museum novitates; no …
JM Clark, M Norell, LM Chiappe, MSU Akademi
New York, NY: American Museum of Natural History, 1999
A Jurassic ceratosaur from China helps clarify avian digital homologies
X Xu, JM Clark, J Mo, J Choiniere, CA Forster, GM Erickson, DWE Hone, ...
Nature 459 (7249), 940-944, 2009
A theropod dinosaur embryo and the affinities of the Flaming Cliffs dinosaur eggs
MA Norell, JM Clark, D Demberelyin, B Rhinchen, LM Chiappe, ...
Science 266 (5186), 779-782, 1994
A basal tyrannosauroid dinosaur from the Late Jurassic of China
X Xu, JM Clark, CA Forster, MA Norell, GM Erickson, DA Eberth, C Jia, ...
Nature 439 (7077), 715-718, 2006
Problems due to missing data in phylogenetic analyses including fossils: a critical review
M Kearney, JM Clark
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 23 (2), 263-274, 2003
A new dromaeosaurid theropod from Ukhaa Tolgod (Ömnögov, Mongolia)
MA Norell, JM Clark, AH Turner, PJ Makovicky, R Barsbold, T Rowe
American Museum Novitates 2006 (3545), 1-51, 2006
Phylogenetic relationships of the crocodylomorph archosaurs
JM Clark
The University of Chicago, 1986
When molecules and morphology clash: a phylogenetic analysis of the North American ambystomatid salamanders (Caudata: Ambystomatidae)
HB Shaffer, JM Clark, F Kraus
Systematic Biology 40 (3), 284-303, 1991
Phylogenetic relationships among coelurosaurian theropods
MA Norell, JM Clark, PJ Makovicky
New perspectives on the origin and early evolution of birds, 49-68, 2001
The skull of a relative of the stem-group bird Mononykus
LM Chiappe, MA Norell, JM Clark
Nature 392 (6673), 275-278, 1998
A basal alvarezsauroid theropod from the early Late Jurassic of Xinjiang, China
JN Choiniere, X Xu, JM Clark, CA Forster, Y Guo, F Han
Science 327 (5965), 571-574, 2010
Skeletal morphology of Mononykus olecranus (Theropoda, Avialae) from the late Cretaceous of Mongolia. American Museum novitates; no. 3105
P Altangerel, LM Chiappe, B Rinchen, JM Clark, M Norell, MSU Akademi
New York, NY: American Museum of Natural History, 1994
The earliest pterodactyloid and the origin of the group
B Andres, J Clark, X Xu
Current Biology 24 (9), 1011-1016, 2014
Flightless bird from the Cretaceous of Mongolia
A Perle, MA Norell, LM Chiappe, JM Clark
NATURE-LONDON- 362, 623-623, 1993
A basal ceratopsian with transitional features from the Late Jurassic of northwestern China
X Xu, CA Forster, JM Clark, J Mo
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1598), 2135-2140, 2006
The skull of Erlicosaurus andrewsi, a late Cretace [o] us "Segnosaur" (Theropoda, Therizinosauridae) from Mongolia.
JM Clark, P Altangerel, M Norell
American Museum novitates 3115, 1994
A review of the Mongolian Cretaceous dinosaur Saurornithoides (Troodontidae: Theropoda)
MA Norell, PJ Makovicky, GS Bever, AM Balanoff, JM Clark, R Barsbold, ...
American Museum Novitates, 1-63, 2009
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