Bourke, J.M., Porter, W.R., Witmer, L.M. 2018. Convoluted Nasal Passages Function as Efficient Heat Exchangers in Ankylosaurs (Dinosauria: Ornithischia: Thyreophora). PLoS ONE 13(12):e0207381 (LINK)

Wroe, S., Parr, W.C.H., Ledogar, J.A., Bourke, J., Evans, S.P., Fiorenza, L., Benazzi, S., Hublin, J-J., Stringer, C., Kullmer, O., Curry, M., Rae, T.C., Yokley, T.R. 2018. Computer Simulations Show that Neanderthal Facial Morphology Represents Adaptation to Cold and High Energy Demands, but not Heavy Biting. Proc. R. Soc. B. 285: 20180085. (PDF)

Bourke, J.M., Witmer, L.M. 2016. Nasal Conchae Function as Aerodynamic Baffles: Experimental Computational Fluid Dynamic Analysis in a Turkey Nose (Aves: Galliformes). Resp. Physiol. Neurobiol. 234:32–46.

O'Brien, H.D., Bourke, J. 2015. Physical and Computational Fluid Dynamics Models for the Hemodynamics of the Artiodactyl Carotid Rete. J. Theor. Biol. 386:122–131. (PDF)

 

Bourke, J.M., Porter, Wm.R., Ridgley, R.C., Lyson, T.R., Schachner, E.R., Bell, P.R., Witmer, L.M. 2014. Breathing Life into Dinosaurs: Tackling Challenges of Soft-Tissue Restoration and Nasal Airflow in Extinct Species. Anat. Rec. 297:2148–2186. (PDF)

 

Bourke, J., Wroe, S., Moreno, K., McHenry, C., Clausen, P. 2008. Effects of Gape and Tooth Position on Bite Force and Skull Stress in the Dingo (Canis lupus dingo) Using a 3-Dimensional Finite Element Approach. PLOS ONE. 3(5):e2200. (PDF)

 

Clausen, P., Wroe, S., McHenry, C., Moreno, K., Bourke, J. 2008. The Vector of Jaw Muscle Force as Determined by Computer-Generated Three Dimensional Simulation: A Test of Greaves' Model. J. Biomech. 41:3184–3188. (PDF)

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