Collin S. VanBuren
Collin S. VanBuren
Postdoctoral Researcher, Ohio State University
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Locomotion in ornithischian dinosaurs: an assessment using three‐dimensional computational modelling
SCR Maidment, KT Bates, PL Falkingham, C VanBuren, V Arbour, ...
Biological Reviews 89 (3), 588-617, 2014
Evolution and function of anterior cervical vertebral fusion in tetrapods
CS VanBuren, DC Evans
Biological Reviews 92 (1), 608-626, 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
Making amphibian conservation more effective
H Meredith, C Van Buren, RE Antwis
Conservation Evidence 13, 1-6, 2016
Forearm posture and mobility in quadrupedal dinosaurs
CS VanBuren, M Bonnan
PloS one 8 (9), e74842, 2013
Head size, weaponry, and cervical adaptation: testing craniocervical evolutionary hypotheses in Ceratopsia
CS VanBuren, NE Campione, DC Evans
Evolution 69 (7), 1728-1744, 2015
Testing for a facultative locomotor mode in the acquisition of archosaur bipedality
LR Grinham, CS VanBuren, DB Norman
Royal Society open science 6 (7), 190569, 2019
The appendicular anatomy of the Elegant Crested Tinamou (Eudromia elegans)
D Suzuki, K Chiba, C VanBuren, T Ohashi
Bulletin of the Kitakyushu Museum of Natural History and Human History …, 2014
Examining the relationship between sexual dimorphism in skin anatomy and body size in the white-lipped treefrog, Litoria infrafrenata (Anura: Hylidae)
CS Vanburen, DB Norman, NB Fröbisch
Zoological journal of the Linnean Society 186 (2), 491-500, 2019
The function and evolution of the syncervical in ceratopsian dinosaurs with a review of cervical fusion in tetrapods
CS VanBuren
University of Toronto (Canada), 2013
Assessing sources of variation in amphibian skin thickness: ecological and evolutionary implications
C VanBuren
University of Cambridge, 2017
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