Walter G. Joyce focuses on Turtle, Cryptodira, Paleontology, Zoology and Clade. His Turtle study introduces a deeper knowledge of Ecology. Walter G. Joyce works mostly in the field of Cryptodira, limiting it down to topics relating to Anatomy and, in certain cases, Trionychidae.
Paleontology is often connected to Genus in his work. His studies deal with areas such as Phylogenetic nomenclature and Monophyly as well as Zoology. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Clade, focusing on Molecular clock and, on occasion, Divergence and Proganochelys.
Walter G. Joyce mostly deals with Paleontology, Turtle, Taxon, Cretaceous and Ecology. His Paleontology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Trionychidae, Baenidae, Clade and Holotype. His Turtle research includes elements of Zoology, Skull, Anatomy and Cryptodira.
Walter G. Joyce has researched Zoology in several fields, including Evolutionary biology, Testudinata and Paracryptodira. His work in Taxon addresses subjects such as Palatobaena, which are connected to disciplines such as Plesiobaena and Gamerabaena. His work on Paleogene and Pleurodira as part of general Cretaceous study is frequently connected to Gilmoremys, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
Walter G. Joyce mainly focuses on Turtle, Paleontology, Cretaceous, Clade and Zoology. His study in Turtle is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Testudinoidea and Paleogene. Paleontology is closely attributed to Holotype in his work.
His work deals with themes such as Trionychidae, Trionychinae, Baenidae and Group, which intersect with Cretaceous. Walter G. Joyce interconnects Evolutionary biology and Biogeography in the investigation of issues within Clade. His Zoology study also includes
Walter G. Joyce mainly investigates Clade, Biogeography, Aptian, Monophyly and Taxon. His Clade research includes themes of Zoology and Cretaceous. His research integrates issues of Biological dispersal and Compsemys in his study of Cretaceous.
His Aptian study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cranial anatomy, Wight, Anatomy, Paleogene and Testudinata. His study looks at the intersection of Monophyly and topics like Postcrania with Baenidae and Paracryptodira. The concepts of his Taxon study are interwoven with issues in Turtle, Fossil Record and Middle ear.
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Best practices for justifying fossil calibrations
James F. Parham;James F. Parham;James F. Parham;Philip C. J. Donoghue;Christopher J. Bell;Tyler D. Calway.
Systematic Biology (2012)
DEVELOPING A PROTOCOL FOR THE CONVERSION OF RANK-BASED TAXON NAMES TO PHYLOGENETICALLY DEFINED CLADE NAMES, AS EXEMPLIFIED BY TURTLES
Walter G. Joyce;James F. Parham;Jacques Armand Gauthier.
Journal of Paleontology (2004)
Phylogenetic Relationships of Mesozoic Turtles
Walter G. Joyce.
Bulletin of The Peabody Museum of Natural History (2007)
Palaeoecology of triassic stem turtles sheds new light on turtle origins
Walter G. Joyce;Jacques A. Gauthier;Jacques A. Gauthier.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2004)
Calibration uncertainty in molecular dating analyses: there is no substitute for the prior evaluation of time priors
Rachel C. M. Warnock;James F. Parham;Walter G. Joyce;Tyler R. Lyson.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2015)
Transitional Fossils and the Origin of Turtles
Tyler R. Lyson;Gabe S. Bever;Bhart Anjan S. Bhullar;Walter G. Joyce.
Biology Letters (2010)
A Divergence Dating Analysis of Turtles Using Fossil Calibrations: An Example of Best Practices
Walter G. Joyce;Walter G. Joyce;James F. Parham;Tyler R. Lyson;Tyler R. Lyson;Rachel C. M. Warnock;Rachel C. M. Warnock.
Journal of Paleontology (2013)
A plywood structure in the shell of fossil and living soft-shelled turtles (Trionychidae) and its evolutionary implications
Torsten M. Scheyer;P. Martin Sander;Walter G. Joyce;Wolfgang Böhme.
Organisms Diversity & Evolution (2007)
A thin-shelled reptile from the Late Triassic of North America and the origin of the turtle shell
Walter G Joyce;Spencer G Lucas;Torsten M Scheyer;Andrew B Heckert.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2009)
A new xinjiangchelyid turtle from the Middle Jurassic of Xinjiang, China and the evolution of the basipterygoid process in Mesozoic turtles
Márton Rabi;Márton Rabi;Chang-Fu Zhou;Oliver Wings;Sun Ge.
BMC Evolutionary Biology (2013)
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