Below are some examples of recent MSc research theses:
Morphological Disparity of Pinniped & Sirenian Jaws
Climate change impacts on planktic foraminiferal carbonate production – PETM resilience and future vulnerability
Evolution of conspicuous colouration in terrestrial nonvolant mammals
Digging for clues: does locomotory mode effect diversification rate in mammals?
Reinterpreting developmental patterns in early Ediacaran Megaclonophycus microfossils from the Doushantuo Formation, South China
A new ?Nektaspidida artiopod from the Sirius Passet Lagerstätte, Northern Greenland (Cambrian, Series 2), and its implications for the phylogeny of Artiopoda
Larger benthic foraminifera and reef ecosystem response to the Eocene-Oligocene transition in Florida
The evolution of jaw disparity in Chiroptera
Aposematism and conspicuous colouration in mammals
The functional adaptation of the turtle jaw
Diversity dynamics of microfossils across the Cretaceous-Paleogene and Eocene-Oligocene transitions
Analysing zonation in the early Cambrian using Small Shelly Fossils
Locomotor divergence in Macropodoidea: Protemnodon was not a giant hopping kangaroo
Hydrodynamic factors are a strong constraint on ichthyopterygian and sauropterygian jaw morphology
Locomotion in extinct megafaunal kangaroos with no modern analogue
Eolarva kuanchuanpuensis is not the earliest metazoan larva
Locomotion and the implications for evolution in Synapsids
Locomotion and the early Mesozoic success of Archosauromorpha
Reconstructing the palaeocolour of two Cretaceous birds
Astronomically paced size change in planktic foraminifera during the Middle Miocene.
The Lissamphibian mandible as a model element to test the functional constraints upon form.
Constraints on mandibular morphology in the Paravian-bird lineage