All peer reviewed articles are Open Access (free to read, re-use, and share). Where applicable, the raw/treated data and code are also freely available, and I’m happy to provide additional resources or details upon request. For articles in review/prep or in press, message me, and I’ll be happy to send along the most up-to-date version in advance (although they are usually made available below). My PhD thesis is also freely available on Figshare here.
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Ross-Hellauer, T. et al. (in review) 10 Simple Rules for Innovative Dissemination of Research (preprint DOI)
Tennant, J. P. and Ross-Hellauer, T. (in review) The limitations in our understanding of peer review (preprint DOI)
Tennant, J. P., Becker, B., de Bie, T., Colomb, J., Goglio, V., Grigorov, I., Hartgerink, C., Hartley, R., Havemann, J., Kramer, B., Madan, C. R., Masuzzo, P., Matthias, L., Schlatter, M., Steiner, T. and Vos, R. (2019) What Collaboration Means to Us: We are more powerful when we work together as a community to solve problems (link)
Tennant, J. P., Bielczyk, N. Z., Cheplygina, V., Greshake Tzovaras, B., Hartgerink, C. H. J., Havemann, J., Masuzzo, P. and Steiner, T. (in review) Ten Simple Rules for Researchers Collaborating on Massively Open Online Papers (MOOPS) (preprint DOI)
Tennant, J. P. et al. (2019) Boon, bias or bane? The potential influence of reviewer recommendations on editorial decision-making (DOI)
Tennant, J. P. and Farke, A. (2019) Open Science and dinosaur paleontology, (DOI) (submitted as a book chapter)
Illingworth, S., Stewart, I., Tennant, J. and von Elverfeldt, K. (2018) Geoscience Communication – Building bridges, not walls (DOI)
Yi, H., Tennant, J. P., Young, M. T., Challands, T. J., Foffa, D., Hudson, J. D., Ross, D. A. and Brusatte, S. L. (2017) An unusual small-bodied crocodyliform from the Middle Jurassic of Scotland, UK, and potential evidence for an early diversification of advanced neosuchians (DOI) (preprint, corrected proofs)
Tennant, J. P., Mannion, P. D., Upchurch, P. U. (2016) Evolutionary relationships and systematics of Atoposauridae (Crocodylomorpha: Neosuchia): implications for the rise of Eusuchia (DOI)
Tennant, J. P., François Waldner, Damien C. Jacques, Paola Masuzzo, Lauren B. Collister, Chris. H. J. Hartgerink (2016) The academic, economic and societal impacts of Open Access: an evidence-based review (DOI) (blog post)
Tennant, J. P., Mannion, P. D., Upchurch, P. U., Sutton, M. and Price, G. (2016) Biotic and environmental dynamics across the Jurassic/Cretaceous boundary: evidence for a protracted period of faunal and ecological turnover (DOI) (blog post).
Mannion, P. D., Benson, R. B. J., Carrano, M. T., Tennant, J. P., Judd, J. Butler, R. J. (2015) Climate constrains the evolutionary history and biodiversity of crocodylians (DOI) (Forbes, The Mirror, TakePart).
Martone, M., Murray-Rust, P., Molloy, J., Arrow, T., MacGillivray, M., Kittel, C., Kasberger, S., Steel, G., Oppenheim, C., Ranganathan, A. and Tennant, J. P., 2016. ContentMine/Hypothes. is Proposal (DOI) (press coverage).
Tennant, J. P. and Mannion, P. D. (2014) Revision of the Late Jurassic crocodyliform Alligatorellus, and evidence for allopatric speciation driving high diversity in western European atoposaurids (DOI) (National Geographic, European Geosciences Union).
Young, M. T., Steel, L., Foffa, D., Price, T., Naish, D., and Tennant, J. P. (2014) Marine tethysuchian crocodyliform from the ?Aptian-Albian (Early Cretaceous) of the Isle of Wight, England (DOI) (freely archived version).
Papers in preparation
Tennant, J. P. et al. (in prep) New insights into the intersections between Open Source and Open Scholarship. Google Doc.
Ross-Hellauer, T. et al. (in prep) 10 Steps to Innovative Dissemination of Research.
Tennant, J. P. (in prep) Geological constraints on Mesozoic archosaur diversity. [Project currently on hold]
Tennant, J. P. (in prep) Sampling in the fossil record (Overleaf link, read only). [Project currently on hold]
Maidment, S. C. R., Dean, C. D. and Tennant, J. P. (in prep) Estimating dinosaur diversity in deep time: which methods best account for biases in the fossil record?
For other ongoing work, please check out the Meta-Paleo project here.
Tennant, J. P. and Farke, A. (2019) Open Science and dinosaur paleontology, paleorXiv, 10.31233/osf.io/wzfpb.
Tennant, J. P. et al. (2018) The evolving preprint landscape: Introductory report for the Knowledge Exchange working group on preprints, BITSS, 10.17605/OSF.IO/796TU.
Tennant, J. P. (2018) The state of the art in peer review, SocArXiv, 10.17605/OSF.IO/C29TM.
Tennant, J. P., Chiarenza, A. A. and Baron, M. (2017) How has our knowledge of dinosaur diversity through geologic time changed through research history? paleorXiv, 10.17605/OSF.IO/YAB83.
Tennant, J. P. et al. (2014) Open letter to the American Association for the Advancement of Science, The Winnower, DOI: 10.15200/winn.140813.35294 (coverage: The Conversation, New Statesman, The Scientist, Times Higher Education).
McKiernan, E. C. et al. (2014) Open letter to the Society for Neuroscience, The Winnower, DOI:10.15200/winn.140865.54468.
McKiernan, E. C. and Tennant, J. P. (2014) AAAS misses opportunity to advance open access, The Winnower, DOI: 10.15200/winn.140984.44268.
Tennant, J. P. (2013) Osteology of a Near-Complete Skeleton of Tenontosaurus tilletti (Dinosauria: Ornithopoda) from the Cloverly Formation, Montana, USA, arXiv, arXiv:1304.2616 [q-bio.PE].
Tennant, J. P. and MacLeod, N. (2013) Geometric morphometric analysis of snout shape in extant ruminants (Ungulata, Artiodactyla), PeerJ PrePrints, 1:e176v1. (link).
Tennant, J. P. and MacLeod, N. (2011) A Geometric Morphometric Analysis of Ruminant (Ungulata: Artiodactyla) and Ornithopod (Dinosauria: Ornithischia) Snouts: Comparative and Functional Ecomorphology, Young Systematists Forum Abstract Booklet, 21A. (link) (poster).
Tennant, J. P. and Mannion. P. D. (2014) Evolutionary relationships of atoposaurid crocodylomorphs, and evidence for allopatric speciation driving their high diversity in the Late Jurassic of western Europe, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Abstracts Booklet, 239A. (link) (published online).
Mannion, P., Judd, J., Butler, R., Benson, R., Carrano, M., Tennant, J. P., Upchurch, P. and Pol, D. (2014) Climate drives spatiotemporal patterns in crocodylomorph diversity, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Abstract Booklet, 177A. (link).
Tennant, J. P. and Mannion. P. D. (2014) Evolutionary relationships of atoposaurid crocodylomorphs, and evidence for allopatric speciation driving their high diversity in the Late Jurassic of western Europe, International Palaeontology Congress Abstracts Booklet, 820A. (link).
Tennant, J. P. (2015) Environmental drivers of crocodyliform extinction and diversity, Progressive Palaeontology Abstract Booklet, 22A. (link).
Tennant, J. P., Mannion, P. D. and Upchurch, P. (2016) A hidden extinction in tetrapods at the Jurassic/Cretaceous boundary? Progressive Palaeontology Abstract Booklet, 26A. (link)
Tennant, J. P. (2016) A hidden extinction in tetrapods at the Jurassic-Cretaceous boundary, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Abstracts Booklet, 235A. (link).
Yi, H., Young, M., Tennant, J. P., Hudson, J., Brusatte, S. An enigmtic crocodyliform from the Middle Jurassic of Scotland, UK, and its implications for the evolutionary transition from small-boduied neosuchians to Eusuchia, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Abstracts Booklet, 255A. (link).
Mannion, P. D., Chiarenza, A. A., Godoy, P. L., Tennant, J. P., Cheah, Y. N. The quality of the 230 million year fossil record of terrestrial crocodylomorphs and its impact on diversity, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Abstracts Booklet, 158A (link)