Phone: +44 (0)117 331 5078
Email: P.annectens (at) bristol.ac.uk
Dept. of Earth Sciences
University of Bristol
Wills Memorial Building
BRISTOL BS8 1RJ
Entertaining visitors; educating research students; being a "living fossil"; hiding behind a rock, and generally keeping an eye on things.
Observing human behaviour from an aquatic environment. Elucidating the evolutionary relationship of dipnoans and tetrapods
Hone. D.W.E, and Annectens, L.P. 2008. Macrorevolutionary trends in the Lungfish: Dope's rule. Journal of Revolutionary Biology, 245, 587-595
Knorr, W., Prentice, I.C., House J.I., and Annectens, L.P 2007. Long-term sensitivity of lungfish to warming. Nurture, 933, 298-301.
Annectens, L.P, Elliott, TR, Hawkesworth, CJ & Norman, MD. 2007. Tungsten isotope evidence that lungfish contain no contribution from the Earth's core. Nurture, 427, 234-237.
Annectens, L.P., and Benton, M.J. 2006. Living fossils. Journal of Vertebrate Palaeobolony 20, 77-108
Mader, H. and Annectens, L.P. 2006. On the development of highly viscous skins of liquid around bubbles, when sneezing under water. Earth and Sanitary Appliance Letters 93, 47-56.
Dr Annectens also has his own page on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/leonard.p.annectens
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