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Morgan L. Turner
Ph.D. Candidate . Evolution of foot function, substrate-foot interactions, visualization development. and alum.
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Morgan L. Turner Dec 6
Replying to @MMArredondo_
I had an entire paper plagiarized and republished in a predatory journal. I contacted the journal I published with, and their legal team took care of it. In the months before it got taken down, the plagiarized version showed up first on Google scholar. πŸ‘Ž
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Morgan L. Turner Dec 4
you are coming for tacos now.
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Morgan L. Turner Dec 4
Exciting! I am looking forward to even more now!! Thank you!
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Morgan L. Turner Dec 4
Love 's new lizard ventilation paper from the inaugural issue!
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Morgan L. Turner Nov 28
0.4, 0.2, 0.2, 0.2, 45, 122, 148, 46
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Morgan L. Turner Nov 25
Ah, fall: That time of year when all vaguely tridactyl plant matter makes me do a double take. πŸ‘€ πŸ‘€
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BBC Earth Nov 17
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Morgan L. Turner Nov 13
Replying to @AcademicChatter
It's amazing to finally see something I have dreamed of seeing for the past few years. Can't wait to dig deeper!
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Morgan L. Turner Nov 13
I would just like to share: I HAD A GREAT SCIENCE DAY and I am even more excited about feet. 🦢
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Morgan L. Turner Nov 12
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Morgan L. Turner Nov 6
The best part is when you scale your animation wayyy up and pretend it is Godzilla walking over you.... Or get eaten by a fish. 🐟
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Armita Manafzadeh Nov 6
Our new lab paper using contrast-enhanced , led by Henry Tsai, is out today in ! Henry, , Steve, and I put hundreds of hours into making this happen, and it's great to see it out 🐊 Congrats, Henry!
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Morgan L. Turner Nov 6
Our Gatesy Lab paper about alligator hip soft tissue interactions is out today in ! Congrats to Henry Tsai for leading this work -- and I surely learned a lot about alligators early on in our grad careers because of this project. 🐊
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Rose DF May 20
Replying to @_Astro_Nerd_
My head has been comparing sea slugs to planets all morning (blame the fever and free time) and this is what it looks like: Jupiter by Hubble / Hermissenda Crassicornis by Jett Britnell
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Morgan L. Turner Oct 30
Ah yes, the singular sole bone and it's five claws. Likely as functional as a brick glued to the bottom of your shoe. 🧱
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Morgan L. Turner Oct 29
Thanks for the invitation to speak today about feet and . Super fun to share the insight into fossil track morphology our research group has gained as a result of our 4+ year collaboration with (very awesome) experts at !
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Morgan L. Turner Oct 28
Replying to @EvaCHerbst
SUPER relatable. Nearly everyday I am disappointed for not completing my estimated-1-day-but-actually-3.14-days of work. But, progress is progress! 🌟
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Neil Shubin Oct 25
For : the world's largest penny, the size of a dinosaur footprint. From the Jurassic of Nova Scotia, Parrsboro, 1984.
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Morgan L. Turner Oct 24
Last night I had yet another paper rejection dream.
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Morgan L. Turner Oct 17
Claw drag marks and lighting is telling my eyes it's an "innie"!
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