Publications

19 publications (223 citations; h-index 9; RG score: 25.91; average IF > 4)

 

2017

19. Pei, R., Norell, M.A., Barta, D., Bever, G., Pittman, M. & Xu, X. Osteology of a new Late Cretaceous troodontid

specimen from Ukhaa Tolgod, Ömnögovi Aimag, Mongolia. American Museum Novitates, 3889: 1-47.

[workload of 10%; IF: 0.87; former postdoctoral fellow; 1 citation]

18. Ma, W.S., Wang, J.Y., Pittman, M., Tan, Q.W., Tan, L., Guo, B. & Xu, X. Functional anatomy of a giant

toothless mandible from a bird-like dinosaur: Gigantoraptor and the evolution of the oviraptorosaurian jaw.

Scientific Reports, 17: 15709 [workload of 30%; IF: 4.26; former undergraduate student; 1 citation]

17. Xu, X.*, Currie, P.*, Pittman, M.*, Xing, L.D., Meng, Q.J., Lü, J.C., Dong, H.Y. & Yu, C.Y. Mosaic evolution

in an asymmetrically feathered troodontid dinosaur with transitional features. Nature Communications,

8: 14972. [*joint first-author; workload of 30%; IF: 12.12; HKU press release; Altmetric: 767; 12 citations]

16. Wang, X.L.*, Pittman, M.*, Zheng, X.T., Kaye, T., Falk, A., Hartman, S. & Xu, X. Basal paravian functional

anatomy illuminated by high-detail body outline. Nature Communications, 8: 14576 [*joint first-author and

corresponding author; workload of 40%; IF: 12.12; HKU press release; Altmetric: 381; 7 citations]

 

2016   

15. Vinther, J., Nicholls, R., Lautenschlager, S., Pittman, M., Kaye, T.G., Rayfield, E., Mayr, G., Cuthill, I.C. 3D

camouflage in an ornithischian dinosaur. Current Biology, 26(18): 2456-2462.

[workload 15%; IF: 8.85; University of BristolHKU press release; Altmetric: 823 (top 5%); 23 citations]

14. Mayr, G., Pittman, M., Saitta, E., Kaye, T.G. & Vinther, J. Structure and homology of Psittacosaurus tail

bristles. Palaeontology, 59(6): 793-802. [workload of 25%; IF: 3.13; University of BristolHKU press release; Altmetric: 135 (top 5%); 8 citations]

13. Li, F., Bi, S.D., Pittman, M., Brusatte, S.L. & Xu, X. A new tyrannosaurine specimen (Theropoda:

Tyrannosauroidea) with insect borings from the Upper Cretaceous Honglishan Formation of Northwestern

China. Cretaceous Research, 66: 155-162. [workload of 15%; IF: 2.01; 0 citations]

 

2015

12. Pittman, M., Pei, R. & Xu, X. The first dromaeosaurid (Dinosauria: Theropoda) from the Early Cretaceous

Bayan Gobi Formation of Nei Mongol, China. PeerJ, 3:e1480.

[workload of 50%; IF: 2.20; former postdoctoral fellow; 0 citations]

11. Kaye, T.G., Falk, A.R., Pittman, M., Sereno, P.C., Martin, L.D., Burnham, D.A., Gong, E.P., Xu, X. & Wang,

Y.N. Laser stimulated fluorescence in paleontology. PLOS ONE, 10(5): e0125923.

[workload of 20%; IF: 2.81; Burke Museum – HKUUniversity of Kansas press release; 12 citations]

10. Pittman, M., Xu, X. & Stiegler, J. The taxonomy of a new parvicursorine alvarezsauroid

specimen (Dinosauria: Theropoda) from the Upper Cretaceous Wulansuhai Formation of Bayan Mandahu,

Inner Mongolia, China. PeerJ, 3: e986. [workload of 75%; IF: 2.20; 2 citations]

9. Tse, T.K., Pittman, M. & Chang, M.M. A specimen of Paralycoptera Chang & Chou 1977 (Teleostei:

Osteoglossoidei) from Hong Kong (China) with a potential Late Jurassic age that extends the temporal and

geographical range of the genus. PeerJ, 3 e865.

[workload of 40%; IF: 2.20; HKU press release; supervisee-led paper; 2 citations]

8. Xu, X., Pittman, M., Sullivan, C., Choiniere, J.N., Tan, Q.W., Clark, J.M., Norell, M.A & Wang, S. The

taxonomic status of the Late Cretaceous dromaeosaurid Linheraptor exquisitus and its implications for

dromaeosaurid systematics. Vertebrata PalAsiatica, 53(1): 29-62. [workload of 40%; no IF (prestigious CAS

institutional journal); 19 citations]

 

2014

7. Teng, F.F., Lu, J.C., Wei, X.F., Hsiao, W.F. & Pittman, M. New Material of Zhenyuanopterus (Pterosauria) from

the Early Cretaceous Yixian Formation of Western Liaoning. Acta Geologica Sinica, 88(1): 1-5.

[workload of 5%; cover article; IF: 1.71; Altmetric: 7 (top 25%); 5 citations]

 

2013

6. Pittman, M., Gatesy, S.M., Upchurch, P., Goswami, A. & Hutchinson, J.R. Shake a tail feather: the evolution

of the theropod tail into a stiff aerodynamic surface. PLOS ONE, 8: e63115.

[workload of 75%; IF: 2.81; HKU press release; 12 citations]

5. Xu, X., Upchurch, P., Ma, Q., Pittman, M., Choiniere, J., Sullivan, C., Hone, D.W.E., Tan, Q., Tan, L., Xiao, D.

& Han, F. Osteology of the alvarezsauroid Linhenykus monodactylus from the Upper Cretaceous

Wulansuhai Formation of Inner Mongolia, China, and comments on alvarezsauroid biogeography. Acta  

Palaeontologica Polonica, 58: 25-46. [workload of 20%; IF: 1.60; 14 citations]

 

2011 

4. Xu, X., Sullivan, C., Pittman, M., Choiniere, J., Hone, D.W.E., Upchurch, P., Tan, Q.Q., Xiao, D. & Tan, L.

Reply to Dyke and Naish: European alvarezsauroids do not change the picture. PNAS,

10.1073/pnas.1104155108. [workload of 25%; IF: 9.66; 2 citations]

3. Xu, X., Sullivan, C., Pittman, M., Choiniere, J., Hone, D.W.E., Upchurch, P., Tan, Q.Q., Xiao, D. & Tan, L.

A monodactyl non-avian dinosaur and the complex evolution of alvarezsauroid hand. PNAS, 108

(6): 2338-2342. [workload of 30%; IF: 9.66; UCL press release; Altmetric: 27 (top 5%); 33 citations]

 

2010

2. Xu, X., Choiniere, J.N. Pittman, M., Tan, Q.W. Xiao, D., Li, Z.Q. Tan, L., Clark, J.M., Norell, M.A, Hone,

D.W.E. & Sullivan, C. A new dromaeosaurid (Dinosauria: Theropoda) from the Upper Cretaceous

Wulansuhai Formation of Inner Mongolia, China. Zootaxa, 2403: 1-9.

[workload of 30%; IF: 0.97; UCL press release; 44 citations]

1. Hone, D.W.E., Choiniere, J.N., Xu, X., Sullivan, C. & Pittman, M. New evidence for a trophic relationship

between the dinosaurs Velociraptor and Protoceratops. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology,

Palaeoecology, 291: 488-492. [workload of 5%; IF: 2.58; Altmetric: 39 (top 5%); 20 citations]

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