Citation List of Work



Publications

  • Strullu-Derrien C, Dernard S, Spencer ART, Remussat L, Kenrick P, Derrien D. In preparation. Structural and geochemical characterization of the earliest woody plant. Geology.
  • Spencer ART, Strullu-Derrien, Ducassou C. In preparation. Photogrammetry: preserving for future generations an important fossil site situated in Maine-et-Loire (France). Comptes rendus.
  • Bertini M, Ball AD, Mellish C, Burgio L, Shah B, Pretzel B, Blagoderov V, Goral T, Sykes D, Summerfield R, Steart DC, Garwood RJ, Spencer ART, Ross A, Penney D. Submitted. Is amber altered by microCT or confocal microscopy studies? A risk assessment using optical microscopy, FTIR and Raman spectroscopy. Studies in Conservation.
  • Strullu-Derrien C, Spencer ART, Goral T, Dee J, Honegger R, Kenrick P, Longcore J, Berbee M. 2018. New insights into the evolutionary history of Fungi from a 407 million year old Blastocladiomycota-like fossil showing a complex hyphal thallus. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Science, 373 20160502, http://dx.doi.org/1098/rstb.2016.0502
  • Spencer ART, Garwood RJ, Rees AR, Raine, RJ, Rothwell GW, Hollingworth NTJ, Hilton J. 2017. New insights into Mesozoic cycad evolution: an exploration of anatomically preserved Cycadaceae seeds from the Jurassic Oxford Clay biota. PeerJ 5:e3723. http://dx.doi.org/10.7717/peerj.3723
  • Wang S-J, Bateman RM, Spencer ART, Shao L, Wang J, Hilton J. 2017. Anatomically preserved “strobili” and leaves from the Permian of China (Dorsalistachyaceae, fam. nov.) broaden knowledge of Noeggerathiales and constrain their possible taxonomic affinities. American Journal of Botany, 104, 127–149. http://dx.doi.org/10.3732/ajb.1600371.
  • Garwood RJ, Dunlop JA, Selden PA, Spencer ART, Atwood RC, Vo NT, Drakopoulous M. 2016. Almost a spider: a 305-million-year-old fossil arachnid and spider origins. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 283, 20160125. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2016.0125.
  • Spencer ART, Mapes G, Bateman RM, Hilton J, Rothwell GW. 2015. Middle Jurassic evidence for the origin of Cupressaceae: A paleobotanical context for the roles of regulatory genetics and development in the evolution of conifer seed cones. American Journal of Botany, 102, 942-961, http://dx.doi.org/10.3732/ajb.1500121.
  • Steart DC, Spencer ART, Garwood RJ, Hilton J, Munt MC, Needham J, Kenrick P. 2014. X-ray Synchrotron Microtomography of a silicified Jurassic Cheirolepidiaceae cone: revealing and reconstructing the internal structure of an extinct conifer. PeerJ. http://dx.doi.org/10.7717/peerj.624.
  • Spencer ART, Wang S-J, Dunn MT, Hilton J. 2013. Species of the medullosan ovule Stephanospermumfrom the Lopingian (late Permian) floras of China, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences76, 59-69. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jseaes.2013.07.030
  • Spencer ART, Hilton J, Sutton MD. 2013. Combined methodologies for three-dimensional reconstruction of fossil plants preserved in siderite nodules: Stephanospermum braidwoodensis sp. (Medullosales) from the Mazon Creek lagerstätte, Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology188, 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.revpalbo.2012.09.001
  • Garwood RJ, Spencer ART. The geology and terrestrial life of the Carboniferous, Deposits Magazine28, 38-47. [not peer-reviewed]

Posters

  • Bell RE, Brooke S, Genge MJ, Gorman G, Mason PJ, Mitchell H, Passmore E, Roda-Boluda DC, Rood D, Spencer ART, Watkins S., Whittaker AC. 2017. Enhancing the student experience: using UAV imagery and DEMs for virtual field analysis and visualisation. RSPSoc Annual Meeting, London.
  • Spencer ART, Stullu-Derrien C. 2017. Photogrammetry: preserving for future generations an important fossil site situated in Maine-et-Loire (France). RSPSoc Annual Meeting, London.
  • Strullu-Derrien C, Le Héisse A, Goral T, Spencer ARTS, Kenrick P, Trewin N. 2017. New microfossil from the Lower Devonian Windyfield Chert hot-spring influenced setting, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The Rhynie Chert: our earliest terrestrial ecosystem revisited, Royal Society Discussion Meeting.
  • Bertini M, Ball AD, Mellish C, Burgio L, Shah B, Pretzel B, Troalen L, Blagoderov V, Goral T, Sykes D, Summerfield R, Steart DC, Garwood RJ, Spencer ART, Ross A, Penney D. 2016. Conservation vs investigation of amber: A risk assessment to determine whether amber is altered by micro-CT or confocal microscopy studies. The International Conference on Fossil Insects, Arthropods and Amber (Fossils x3), Edinburgh.
  • Spencer ART, Stullu-Derrien C. 2016. Photogrammetry: preserving for future generations an important fossil site situated in Maine-et-Loire (France). The Palaeontological Association Annual Meeting, Lyon, France.
  • Bertini M, Ball AD, Mellish C, Burgio L, Shah B, Pretzel B, Blagoderov V, Goral T, Sykes D, Summerfield R, Steart DC, Garwood RJ, Spencer ART, Ross A, Penney D. 2014. Conservation vs investigation of amber: A risk assessment to determine whether amber is altered by micro-CT or confocal microscopy studies. Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections (SPNHC) Cardiff.
  • Spencer ART, Hilton J, Sutton MD. 2011. Anatomical 3D X-Ray Micro Tomography reconstructions: Maximising palaeobotanical data capture through preliminary non-destructive techniques. GSEP2011, Imperial College London.
  • Spencer ART, Hilton J, Sutton MD. 2010. Anatomical 3D X-Ray Micro Tomography reconstructions: Maximising palaeobotanical data capture through preliminary non-destructive techniques. The Palaeontological Association Annual Meeting.
  • Spencer ART, Sutton MD, 2010. 3D X-Ray Microtomography reconstructions: an important preliminary tool for palaeobotanists. IPC3, London.

Presentations

  • Garwood RJ, Sutton MD, Knight C, Gomez G, Sansom RS, Keating JN, Spencer ART. 2017. Modelling evolution in deep time. Manchester Evolution Symposium.
  • Garwood R, Sutton MD, Knight C, Gomez G, Spencer ART. 2017. Simulating evolution in space and time. The Palaeontological Association Annual Meeting (Imperial College London, UK).
  • Strullu-Derrien C, Bernard S, Spencer ART, Remusat L, Kenrick P, Derrien D. 2017. New results on the fine structure and chemical composition of the tracheids of the earliest woody plant Armoricaphyton chateaupannense using synchrotron-based scanning transmission X-ray. XIX International Botanical Congress, Schengen.
  • Spencer ART, Kenrick P, Steart DC, Garwood RJ, Hilton J, Munt MC, and Needham J. 2014. An exceptional three-dimensionally preserved Pararaucaria (Cheirolepidiaceae) ovuliferous cone from the late Jurassic of Southern England: non-destructive recovery of full anatomical and histological detail using Diamond Light Source synchrotron. The Palaeontological Association Annual Meeting(Leeds University, UK)
  • Steart DC,Spencer ART, Garwood RJ, Hilton J, Munt MC, Needham J, and Kenrick P. 2014. X-ray Synchrotron Microtomography of a silicified Jurassic Cheirolepidiaceae (Conifer) cone: histology and morphology of Pararaucaria collinsonae nov. Palaeonbotany Specialist Group (Linnean Society, UK).
  • Spencer ART, Kenrick P, Steart DC, Garwood RJ, Hilton J, Munt MC, and Needham J. 2014. An exceptional three-dimensionally preserved Pararaucaria(Cheirolepidiaceae) ovuliferous cone from the late Jurassic of Southern England: non-destructive recovery of full anatomical and histological detail using Diamond Light Source synchrotron. EPPC 2014 (Padua, Italy).
  • Wickens ZJ, Spencer ART, Hilton J, Sutton MD. 2012. Tomography old and new: comparison of 3D reconstruction techniques for fossil plants.IPC XIII / IOPC IX (Tokyo, Japan).
  • Spencer ART, Hilton J, Suttton MD. 2011. A novel Carboniferous ovule elucidated through a combined methodology for three-dimensional reconstruction. The Palaeontological Association Annual Meeting.
  • Spencer ART, Sutton MD. 2010. 3D X-Ray Microtomography Reconstructions: an Important Preliminary Tool for Palaeobotanists. The Linnean Society of London: Palaeobotany Specialist Group Meeting.