Kirstin S. Brink
Kirstin S. Brink
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‘Glishades ericksoni’, an indeterminate juvenile hadrosaurid from the Two Medicine Formation of Montana: implications for hadrosauroid diversity in the latest Cretaceous …
NE Campione, KS Brink, EA Freedman, CT McGarrity, DC Evans
Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments 93 (1), 65-75, 2013
Evolutionary implications of tooth attachment versus tooth implantation: A case study using dinosaur, crocodilian, and mammal teeth
ARH LeBlanc, KS Brink, TM Cullen, RR Reisz
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 37 (5), e1354006, 2017
Tooth counts through growth in diapsid reptiles: implications for interpreting individual and size‐related variation in the fossil record
CM Brown, CS VanBuren, DW Larson, KS Brink, NE Campione, ...
Journal of Anatomy 226 (4), 322-333, 2015
Hidden dental diversity in the oldest terrestrial apex predator Dimetrodon
KS Brink, RR Reisz
Nature Communications 5 (1), 1-9, 2014
Mineralized periodontia in extinct relatives of mammals shed light on the evolutionary history of mineral homeostasis in periodontal tissue maintenance
ARH LeBlanc, RR Reisz, KS Brink, F Abdala
Journal of Clinical Periodontology 43 (4), 323-332, 2016
Developmental and evolutionary novelty in the serrated teeth of theropod dinosaurs
KS Brink, RR Reisz, ARH LeBlanc, RS Chang, YC Lee, CC Chiang, ...
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 1-12, 2015
Osteology and bone microstructure of new, small theropod dinosaur material from the early Late Cretaceous of Morocco
DC Evans, PM Barrett, KS Brink, MT Carrano
Gondwana Research 27 (3), 1034-1041, 2015
Cunninghamia hornbyensis sp. nov.: Permineralized twigs and leaves from the Upper Cretaceous of Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada
KS Brink, RA Stockey, G Beard, WC Wehr
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 155 (1-2), 89-98, 2009
Dental ontogeny in extinct synapsids reveals a complex evolutionary history of the mammalian tooth attachment system
ARH LeBlanc, KS Brink, MR Whitney, F Abdala, RR Reisz
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1890), 20181792, 2018
Third Harmonic Generation Microscopy Reveals Dental Anatomy in Ancient Fossils
YMW Chi-Kuang Sun, Yu-Cheng Chen, Szu-Yu Lee, Kirstin Brink, Dar-Bin Shieh ...
Optics Letters, 2015
First record of plicidentine in Synapsida and patterns of tooth root shape change in Early Permian sphenacodontians
KS Brink, ARH LeBlanc, RR Reisz
Naturwissenschaften 101 (11), 883-892, 2014
A sub-adult skull of Hypacrosaurus stebingeri (Ornithischia: Lambeosaurinae): anatomy and comparison
KS Brink, DK Zelenitsky, DC Evans, F Therrien, JR Horner
Historical Biology 23 (01), 63-72, 2011
New occurrences of Ichniotherium and Striatichnium from the Lower Permian Kildare Capes Formation, Prince Edward Island, Canada: palaeoenvironmental and biostratigraphic …
Palaeontology, 2012
Kazaklambia convincens comb. nov., a primitive juvenile lambeosaurine from the Santonian of Kazakhstan
PR Bell, KS Brink
Cretaceous Research 45, 265-274, 2013
Selection towards larger body size in both herbivorous and carnivorous synapsids during the Carboniferous
N Brocklehurst, KS Brink
Facets 2 (1), 68-84, 2017
Re-evaluation of the historic Canadian fossil Bathygnathus borealis from the Early Permian of Prince Edward Island
KS Brink, HC Maddin, DC Evans, RR Reisz
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 52 (12), 1109-1120, 2015
Cranial morphology and variation in Hypacrosaurus stebingeri
KS Brink, DK Zelenitsky, DC Evans, JR Horner, F Therrien
Hadrosaurs, 245-266, 2014
Dietary adaptions in the ultrastructure of dinosaur dentine
KS Brink, YC Chen, YN Wu, WM Liu, DB Shieh, TD Huang, CK Sun, ...
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 13 (125), 20160626, 2016
Case 3695: Dimetrodon Cope, 1878 (Synapsida, SPHENACODONTIDAE): proposed conservation by reversal of precedence with Bathygnathus Leidy, 1853
KS Brink
Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 72 (4), 297-299, 2015
Morphology of the palate and braincase of Dimetrodon milleri
KS Brink, RR Reisz
Historical Biology 24 (5), 453-459, 2012
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