His primary areas of study are Paleontology, Dinosauromorpha, Archosaur, Silesauridae and Pseudosuchia. Paleontology is closely attributed to Extinction event in his study. His Dinosauromorpha research is within the category of Sauropodomorpha.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Archosaur, Zoology are connected with Sister group, Asilisaurus, Laurasia, Chañares Formation and Ghost lineage and other disciplines. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Dinosauriformes and Silesauridae. His Pseudosuchia research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Postcrania, Archosauromorpha and Archosauriformes.
Sterling J. Nesbitt mostly deals with Paleontology, Taxon, Archosaur, Anatomy and Zoology. His work in Paleontology addresses issues such as Pseudosuchia, which are connected to fields such as Archosauriformes and Arizonasaurus. His research on Archosaur also deals with topics like
Sterling J. Nesbitt has included themes like Ecology, Sister group and Coelophysis bauri in his Zoology study. He usually deals with Silesauridae and limits it to topics linked to Dinosauriformes and Chañares Formation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Evolution of dinosaurs and Theropoda.
His primary areas of investigation include Paleontology, Taxon, Anatomy, Evolutionary biology and Archosaur. His Paleontology research includes elements of Osteology and Pseudosuchia. His study on Taxonomic rank is often connected to Limited sampling as part of broader study in Taxon.
Sterling J. Nesbitt has researched Anatomy in several fields, including Silesauridae, Dinosauriformes, Proterochampsia and Archosauriformes. His Silesauridae research integrates issues from Dinosauromorpha, Character evolution and Chañares Formation. In most of his Archosaur studies, his work intersects topics such as Erpetosuchus.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Anatomy, Paleontology, Pseudosuchia, Postcrania and Mesozoic. The study incorporates disciplines such as Taxonomy, Silesauridae and Chañares Formation in addition to Anatomy. His Silesauridae study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Holotype, Dinosauriformes and Premaxilla.
His Paleontology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Fauna and Ornithosuchidae. His study on Pseudosuchia is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Archosaur. His Mesozoic course of study focuses on Skull and Taxon.
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The Early Evolution of Archosaurs: Relationships and the Origin of Major Clades
Sterling J. Nesbitt.
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History (2011)
The origin and early radiation of dinosaurs
Stephen L. Brusatte;Sterling J. Nesbitt;Randall B. Irmis;Richard J. Butler.
Earth-Science Reviews (2010)
A Late Triassic dinosauromorph assemblage from New Mexico and the rise of dinosaurs.
Randall B. Irmis;Sterling J. Nesbitt;Kevin Padian;Nathan D. Smith.
A Jurassic ceratosaur from China helps clarify avian digital homologies.
Xing Xu;James M. Clark;Jinyou Mo;Jonah Choiniere.
Ecologically distinct dinosaurian sister group shows early diversification of Ornithodira
Sterling J. Nesbitt;Sterling J. Nesbitt;Sterling J. Nesbitt;Christian A. Sidor;Randall B. Irmis;Randall B. Irmis;Kenneth D. Angielczyk.
A Complete Skeleton of a Late Triassic Saurischian and the Early Evolution of Dinosaurs
Sterling J. Nesbitt;Sterling J. Nesbitt;Nathan D. Smith;Nathan D. Smith;Randall B. Irmis;Randall B. Irmis;Alan H. Turner.
The anatomy of Effigia okeeffeae (Archosauria, Suchia), theropod-like convergence, and the distribution of related taxa
A critical re‐evaluation of the Late Triassic dinosaur taxa of North America
Sterling J. Nesbitt;Randall B. Irmis;William G. Parker.
Journal of Systematic Palaeontology (2007)
Early ornithischian dinosaurs: the Triassic record
Randall B. Irmis;William G. Parker;Sterling J. Nesbitt;Jun Liu.
Historical Biology (2007)
Provincialization of terrestrial faunas following the end-Permian mass extinction
Christian A. Sidor;Daril A. Vilhena;Kenneth D. Angielczyk;Adam K. Huttenlocker.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013)
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