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Jonathan P. Tennant


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I began university life as a geologist, following this with a treacherous leap into the life sciences with a course in biodiversity and taxonomy. I'm now undertaking a PhD in tetrapod biodiversity and extinction at Imperial College London, after a brief interlude of being sucked into the world of science policy and communication.

Biodiversity Ecology Paleontology

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Imperial College London
Earth Science and Engineering

Geological Society of London



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05 Jan 2015

It is mentioned in text, but just sharing the Figshare supplmentary data here for slightly easier discoverability: http://figshare.com/articles/Dark_Research_supplementary_material...