Sam Giles
Sam Giles
Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Research Fellow, University of Birmingham
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Osteichthyan-like cranial conditions in an Early Devonian stem gnathostome
S Giles, M Friedman, MD Brazeau
Nature 520 (7545), 82-85, 2015
Early members of ‘living fossil’lineage imply later origin of modern ray-finned fishes
S Giles, GH Xu, TJ Near, M Friedman
Nature 549 (7671), 265-268, 2017
Histology of “placoderm” dermal skeletons: Implications for the nature of the ancestral gnathostome
S Giles, M Rücklin, PCJ Donoghue
Journal of morphology 274 (6), 627-644, 2013
Barriers to fieldwork in undergraduate geoscience degrees
S Giles, C Jackson, N Stephen
Nature Reviews Earth & Environment 1 (2), 77-78, 2020
The oldest actinopterygian highlights the cryptic early history of the hyperdiverse ray-finned fishes
J Lu, S Giles, M Friedman, JL den Blaauwen, M Zhu
Current Biology 26 (12), 1602-1608, 2016
Virtual reconstruction of endocast anatomy in early ray-finned fishes (Osteichthyes, Actinopterygii)
S Giles, M Friedman
Journal of Paleontology 88 (4), 636-651, 2014
Endoskeletal structure in Cheirolepis (Osteichthyes, Actinopterygii), An early ray‐finned fish
S Giles, MI Coates, RJ Garwood, MD Brazeau, R Atwood, Z Johanson, ...
Palaeontology 58 (5), 849-870, 2015
Teeth before jaws? Comparative analysis of the structure and development of the external and internal scales in the extinct jawless vertebrate Loganellia scotica
M Rücklin, S Giles, P Janvier, PCJ Donoghue
Evolution & Development 13 (6), 523-532, 2011
An exceptionally preserved Late Devonian actinopterygian provides a new model for primitive cranial anatomy in ray-finned fishes
S Giles, L Darras, G Clément, A Blieck, M Friedman
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1816), 20151485, 2015
A new stem sarcopterygian illuminates patterns of character evolution in early bony fishes
J Lu, S Giles, M Friedman, M Zhu
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-8, 2017
Neurocranial anatomy of an enigmatic Early Devonian fish sheds light on early osteichthyan evolution
AM Clement, B King, S Giles, B Choo, PE Ahlberg, GC Young, JA Long
Elife 7, e34349, 2018
Endochondral bone in an Early Devonian ‘placoderm’from Mongolia
MD Brazeau, S Giles, RP Dearden, A Jerve, YA Ariunchimeg, E Zorig, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (11), 1477-1484, 2020
The ‘Tully Monster’is not a vertebrate: characters, convergence and taphonomy in Palaeozoic problematic animals
L Sallan, S Giles, RS Sansom, JT Clarke, Z Johanson, IJ Sansom, ...
Palaeontology 60 (2), 149-157, 2017
A UK perspective on tackling the geoscience racial diversity crisis in the Global North
N Dowey, J Barclay, B Fernando, S Giles, J Houghton, C Jackson, ...
Nature Geoscience 14 (5), 256-259, 2021
Internal cranial anatomy of Early Triassic species of† Saurichthys (Actinopterygii:† Saurichthyiformes): implications for the phylogenetic placement of† saurichthyiforms
T Argyriou, S Giles, M Friedman, C Romano, I Kogan, ...
BMC evolutionary biology 18 (1), 1-41, 2018
Bony labyrinth morphology in early neopterygian fishes (Actinopterygii: neopterygii)
S Giles, M Rogers, M Friedman
Journal of morphology 279 (4), 426-440, 2018
A giant dapediid from the Late Triassic of Switzerland and insights into neopterygian phylogeny
AE Latimer, S Giles
Royal Society open science 5 (8), 180497, 2018
Toilet stops in the field: An educational primer and recommended best practices for field-based teaching
S Greene, K Ashley, E Dunne, K Edgar, S Giles, E Hanson
OSF Preprints, 2020
Actinopterygians: The Ray-Finned Fishes—An Explosion of Diversity
M Friedman, S Giles
Evolution of the Vertebrate Ear, 17-49, 2016
Feeding structures in the ray-finned fish Eurynotus crenatus (Actinopterygii: Eurynotiformes): implications for trophic diversification among Carboniferous …
M Friedman, SE Pierce, M Coates, S Giles
Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of …, 2019
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