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Holly Barden

  • PhD student
  • PhD student
  • University of Manchester
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  • 4

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Research Interests

The geochemistry of soft tissue preservation

Followers (4)

  • Yvonne Friese

    Yvonne Friese ZBW Kiel

  • Peter Heintzman

    Peter Heintzman University of California Santa Cruz Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

  • Peter Falkingham

    Peter Falkingham Liverpool John Moores University

  • Rachelle Keeling

    Rachelle Keeling

Following (4)

  • Yvonne Friese

    Yvonne Friese ZBW Kiel

  • Peter Heintzman

    Peter Heintzman University of California Santa Cruz Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

  • Peter Falkingham

    Peter Falkingham Liverpool John Moores University

  • Rachelle Keeling

    Rachelle Keeling

Publications

Evidence for sexual dimorphism in the stegosaurian dinosaur \emph{Kentrosaurus aethiopicus} from the Upper Jurassic of Tanzania

  • Barden H
  • Maidment S
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology (2011)
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Infrared mapping resolves soft tissue preservation in 50 million year-old reptile skin

  • Edwards N
  • Barden H
  • van Dongen B
  • Manning P
  • Larson P
  • Bergmann U
  • Sellers W
  • Wogelius R
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2011)
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Morphological and geochemical evidence of eumelanin preservation in the feathers of the Early Cretaceous bird, \emph{Gansus yumenensis}.

  • Barden H
  • Wogelius R
  • Li D
  • Manning P
  • Edwards N
  • van Dongen B
PloS one (2011)
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Trace metals as biomarkers for eumelanin pigment in the fossil record.

  • Wogelius R
  • Manning P
  • Barden H
  • Edwards N
  • Webb S
  • Sellers W
  • Taylor K
  • Larson P
  • Dodson P
  • You H
  • Da-qing L
  • Bergmann U
Science (2011)
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Professional experience

PhD student

University of Manchester

September 2009

Education history

University of Sheffield Department of Animal and Plant Sciences

M. Biol. Sci. Zoology

September 2005 - July 2009 (4 years)