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Anne Schulp

Dr. A.S. (Anne) Schulp, Senior researcher - Fossil vertebrates

Contact

Email: anne.schulp@naturalis.nl
Phone: +31 (0)6 51 22 93 17
Room number: Vondellaan
“Trying to bring back fossils to life.”

As a vertebrate palaeontologist, I try to bring back fossils to life. Doing so at a museum allows to combine research and public outreach, the combination of which I very much enjoy. My involvement in the design of the upcoming new dinosaur gallery, along with the excavation and research on a new T. rex specimen is a perfect example.

Career

I studied Earth Sciences at Amsterdam VU University (1993-1998). Masters’ research included work on dinosaurs from the Sultanate of Oman, dinosaur tracks from Spain and Bolivia, and taphonomic work on dinosaurs from Southern France. From 1998-2013 I was curator at the Maastricht Natural History Museum, where I now hold a position as a guest researcher. Research focus at the NHMM was and is on mosasaurs and other vertebrates from the type Maastrichtian. In 2006 I defended my PhD thesis on mosasaurs from the Maastricht area. Fieldwork projects in Angola (2005-present) focused on mosasaurs from the the northern Namib Desert; research in Yemen (2005-2008) resulted in the description of the first dinosaur tracks from the Arabian Peninsula, amongst other things. I hold a guest affiliation with the Faculty of Earth and Life Sciences at Amsterdam VU University, with the main emphasis there on stable isotope work on type Maastrichtian material. In 2013 I started working for Naturalis in Leiden. In the next four years (2013-2017), with the new dinosaur hall at Naturalis in development, I will devote part of my time to the content / storyline development of this exhibition; in addition to that I will continue my research on Mesozoic vertebrates. In the past few years I supervised Bachelors’ and Masters’ students from Amsterdam VU University, Utrecht University and Maastricht University on projects on Maastrichtian marine turtles, stable isotope analysis, palaeopathology, mosasaur taxonomy and various other topics.

Research

Research interest

My main research interest is on Mesozoic "saurians" sensu lato. With a new T. rex skeleton planned to feature prominently in the upcoming dinosaur gallery, I will devote a lot of my research time in the next couple of years on the paleobiology of this specimen. Apart from that, I will continue to work in the marine reptiles from the Triassic of Winterswijk and the Cretaceous of Maastricht. The study of dinosaur tracks remains another research interest.

Keywords

palaeopathology, maastrichtian, stable isotopes, dinosaurs, dinosaur tracks, mosasaurs, biomechanics

Current research topics

Tyrannosaurus – For the new dinosaur hall at Naturalis, I am participating in the excavation of a Tyrannosaurus skeleton, which the museum seeks to acquire. I expect much of the emphasis in my research work to be on this specimen in the next couple of years.

T.Rex skull - photo Servaas Neijens.

Winterswijk Triassic – Work on the vertebrate fauna of the Triassic from the Winterswijkse Steengroeve (a quarry at the eastern border of the Netherlands) will become a new topic in my research interests.

Naturalis participates each summer in the annual excavation at the Winterswijk quarry – photo Anne Schulp.

Paleoecology of the marine Maastrichtian ecosystem – I am very interested in reconstructing the trophic relationships in the type Maastrichtian ecosystem. Various approaches can help in deciphering the food web that characterized the shallow tropical seas of the Maastricht area some 66 million years ago. Resource partitioning in mosasaurs is clearly visible in the ∂13C signal as preserved in mosasaur tooth enamel, and tooth enamel microwear analysis helps elucidate the different food resources exploited by the various taxa. Both on tooth microwear as well as on stable isotope analysis work is ongoing.

The limestones of the type Maastrichtian at the ENCI quarry, south of Maastricht.

Dinosaur ichnology in Yemen – The limestones of the Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous Amran Group in Yemen preserves almost fifty sites with dinosaur trackways. We have mapped and published on a handful of trackways so far, in collaboration with Sana’a University and the Yemen Geological Survey. This project is temporarily on hold.

Sauropod trackways at the Serwah tracksite in Yemen - photo Anne Schulp.

Morphology, ecology and biomechanics of Carinodens – The smallest and perhaps most enigmatic mosasaur from the type Maastrichtian ecosystem has been known from very limited material only. Recent new discoveries, from Maastricht but also from Jordan and Morocco allow to improve our understanding of this marine squamate. Study of tooth microwear, description of new material, stable isotope work and cladistic analysis is currently ongoing.

Carinodens; reconstruction by Wouter Verhesen.

Collaborations

Isotope lab at Faculty of Earth and Life Sciences, Amsterdam VU University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Natuurhistorisch Museum Maastricht, Maastricht, The Netherlands.

Collections

Naturalis: Dinosaur collection. Winterswijk Triassic collections.

Natuurhistorisch Museum Maastricht: Mosasaur collection.

Teaching

Courses

  • Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam: guest lectures trace fossils in palaeontology course.
  • University of Amsterdam: guest lectures introduction in palaeontology.
  • Universiteit Maastricht: guest lectures introduction in palaeontology and PBL course intro course biology / evolution University College.
  • Universiteit Maastricht: palaeontology class in Philosophy of Science course.
  • Universiteit Leiden: guest lecture museology and palaeontology; part of course science communication basics.

Supervision MSc Students

2014 MSc Supervisor – Paleopathologies in Mosasaurs - Dylan Bastiaans
2014 MSc Supervision - Paleoecology of Ceratopsians - Dylan Bastiaans
2014 MSc supervisor - Protoceratops from Mongolia - Stephan Spiekman
2011 MSc Supervisor - Taphonomy of the late Maastrichtian marine turtle Allopleuron hofmanni - Remy van Baal & Renée Janssen
2011 MSc Supervisor - Oxygen and Carbon Stable Isotope Analysis of Maastrichtian Shark, Mosasaur and Marine Turtle - Remy van Baal & Renée Janssen
2011 MSc Supervisor - Globidens from Timor - Maayke Koevoets

Supervision BSc Students

2014 BSc Supervisor - Plesiosaurs from the type Maastrichtian - Feiko Miedema
2013 BSc Supervisor - Mosasaur CGI project - Stefan Vink
2011 BSc Supervisor - Dinosaur eggs, embryos and trackways from the Upper Jurassic Lourinhã Formation, Portugal - Juliën Lubeek
Available student projects

Public outreach

I devote a considerable portion of my time to outreach activities, including lectures, classes at the MuseumJeugdUniversiteit, museum tours, and TV/documentary appearances.

Publications

2017

Journals SCI, peer-reviewed

During M.A.D., Voeten D.F.A.E., Schulp A.S., Reumer J.W.F. 2017. A possible Pararcus diepenbroeki vertebra from the Vossenveld Formation (Triassic, Anisian), Winterswijk, the Netherlands. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 96: 63-68.
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Schulp A.S., Janssen R., Baal R.R. van, Jagt J.W.M., Mulder E.W.A., Vonhof H.B. 2017. Stable isotopes, niche partitioning and the paucity of elasmosaur remains in the Maastrichtian type area. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 96: 29-33.
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Mateus A., Marzola M., Schulp A.S., Jacobs L.L., Polcyn M.J., Pervov V., Gonçalves A.O., Morais M.-L. 2017. Angolan ichnosite in a diamond mine shows the presence of a large terrestrial mammaliamorph, a crocodylomorph, and sauropod dinosaurs in the Early Cretaceous of Africa. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 471: 220-232.
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Schulp A.S., Bleeker R.W., Haarhuis A., Spronsen E. van, During M.A.D., Goris G., Kaskes P., Matteman Y., Winkelhorst W., Winkelhorst H. 2017. A tetrapod swimming traceway from the Triassic of Winterswijk, the Netherlands. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 96: 273-277.
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Vliet H.J. van, Schulp A.S., Abu El-Kheir A.M.M., Paijmans T.M., Bosselaers M., Underwood C.J. 2017. A new Oligocene site with terrestrial mammals and a selachian fauna from Minqar Tibaghbagh, the Western Desert of Egypt. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 62: 509-525.
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Rivera-Sylva H.E., Frey E., Meyer C., Schulp A.S., Stinnesbeck W., Vanhecke V. 2017. Late Campanian theropod trackways from Porvenir de Jalpa, Coahuila, Mexico. Palaeovertebrata 41: 1-6.
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Milàn J., Jagt J.W.M., Lindgren J., Schulp A.S. 2017. First record of Carinodens (Squamata, Mosasauridae) from the uppermost Maastrichtian of Stevns Klint, Denmark. Alcheringa: An Australasian Journal of Palaeontology 42: pending.
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Chapters in books

Janssen R., Baal R.R., Schulp A.S. 2017. Taphonomy and paleopathology of the Late Cretaceous marine turtle Allopleuron hofmanni. PhD thesis Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Isotope records in vertebrate fossils from Cretaceous seas to Quaternary Sundaland 11-21: Amsterdam. ISBN 9789491602924.

Janssen R., Baal R.R. van, Lubbe H.J.L. van der, Schulp A.S., Jagt J.W.M., Vonhof H.B. 2017. Oxygen and carbon stable isotope records of marine vertebrates from the Maastrichtian (Late Cretaceous). PhD thesis, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 23-39: Amsterdam. ISBN 9779491602924.

2016

Journals SCI, peer-reviewed

Dumont M., Tafforeau P., Bertin T.,Bhullar B.-A., Field D., Schulp A., Strilisky B., Thivichon-Prince B., Viriot L., Louchart A. 2016. Synchrotron imaging of dentition provides insights into the biology of Hesperornis and Ichthyornis, the “last” toothed birds. BMC Evolutionary Biology 16: 178.
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Journals non-SCI, peer-reviewed

Jacobs L.L., Polcyn M.J., Mateus O., Schulp A.S., Gonçalves A.O. , Morais M.L. 2016. Post-Gondwana Africa and the vertebrate history of the Angolan Atlantic Coast. Memoirs of Museum Victoria 74: 343-362.

2015

Journals SCI, peer-reviewed

Schulp A.S., Jagt J.W.M. 2015. New material of Prognathodon (Squamata, Mosasauridae) from the type Maastrichtian of the Netherlands. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 94: 19-21.
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Joordens C.A., d’Errico F., Wesseling F.P., Munro S., Vos J., Wallinga J., Ankjærgaard C., Reimann T., Wijbrans J.R., Kuiper K.F., Mücher H.J., Coqueugniot H., Prié V., Joosten I., Os B. van, Schulp A.S., Panuel M., Haas V. van der, Lustenhouwer W., Reijmer J.J.G., Roebroeks W. 2015. Homo erectus at Trinil on Java used shells for tool production and engraving. Nature 518: 228-231.
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Strganac C., Jacobs L.L., Polcyn M.J., Mateus O., Myers T.S., Salminen J., May S.R., Araújo R., Ferguson K.M., Gonçalves A.O., Morais M.-L., Schulp A.S., Silva Tavares T. da 2015. Geological setting and paleoecology of the Upper Cretaceous Bench 19 Marine Vertebrate Bonebed at Bentiaba, Angola. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 94: 121-136.
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Araújo R., Polcyn M.J., Lindgren J., Jacobs L.L., Schulp A.S., Mateus O., Olímpio Gonçalves A., Morais M.L. 2015. New aristonectine elasmosaurid plesiosaur specimens from the Early Maastrichtian of Angola and comments on paedomorphism in plesiosaurs. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 94: 93-108.
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Araújo R., Polcyn M.J., Schulp A.S., Mateus O., Jacobs L.L., Olímpio Gonçalves A., Morais M.L. 2015. A new elasmosaurid from the early Maastrichtian of Angola and the implications of girdle morphology on swimming style in plesiosaurs. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 94: 109-120.
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Buffetaut E., Hartman A.-F., Al-Kindi M., Schulp A.S. 2015. Hadrosauroid Dinosaurs from the Late Cretaceous of the Sultanate of Oman. PLOS ONE 10: e0142692.
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2014

Journals SCI, peer-reviewed

Strganac C., Salminen J., Jacobs L.L., Polcyn M.J., Ferguson K.M., Mateus O., Schulp A.S., Morais M.-L., Silva Tavares T. da, Gonçalves A.O. 2014. Carbon istotope stratigraphy, magnetostratigraphy, and 40Ar/39Ar age of the Cretaceous South Atlantic coast, Namibe Basin, Angola. Journal of African Earth Sciences 99: 452-462.
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Polcyn M.J., Jacobs L.L., Araújo R., Schulp A.S., Mateus O. 2014. Physical drivers of mosasaur evolution. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 400: 17-27.
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Journals non-SCI, peer-reviewed

Koevoets M.J., Schulp A.S., Troelstra S.R. 2014. The age and provenance of the Globidens timorensis holotype. Berita Sedimentologi 30: 59-62.

2013

Journals SCI, peer-reviewed

Baal R.R. van, Janssen R., Lubbe H.J.L. van der, Schulp A.S., Jagt J.W.M., Vonhof H.B. 2013. Oxygen and carbon stable isotope records of marine vertebrates from the type Maastrichtian, The Netherlands and northeast Belgium (Late Cretaceous). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 392: 71-78.
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Janssen R., Baal R.R. van, Schulp A.S. 2013. Bone damage in Allopleuron hofmanni (Cheloniidae, Late Cretaceous). Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 92: 153-157.

Mulder E.W.A., Formanoy P., Gallagher W.B., Jagt J.W.M., Schulp A.S. 2013. The first North American record of Carinodens belgicus (Squamata, Mosasauridae) and correlation with the youngest in situ examples from the Maastrichtian type area: palaeoecological implications. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 92: 145-152.

Schulp A.S., Schouten R., Metten L., Sande A. van de, Bontenbal A. 2013. Tracking consolidant penetration into fossil bone using neutron radiography. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 92: 177-180.

Schulp A.S., Vonhof H.B., Lubbe J.H.J.L. van der, Janssen R., Baal R.R. van 2013. On diving and diet: resource partitioning in type-Maastrichtian mosasaurs. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 92: 165-170.

Stevens N.J., Hill R.V., Al-Wosabi M., Schulp A., As-Saruri M., Al-Nimey F., Jolley L.-A., Schulp-Stuip Y., O’Connor P. 2013. A middle Eocene mesoeucrocodylian (Crocodyliformes) from the Kaninah Formation, Republic of Yemen. Geologos 19: 175-183.
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Schulp A.S., Polcyn M.J., Mateus O., Jacobs L.L. 2013. Two rare mosasaurs from the Maastrichtian of Angola and the Netherlands. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 92: 3-10.

Holwerda F.M., Beatty B.L., Schulp A.S. 2013. Dental macro- and microwear in Carinodens belgicus, a small mosasaur from the Type Maastrichtian. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 92: 267-274.

Edited books

Mulder E.W.A., Jagt J.W.M., Schulp A.S. (eds.). 2013. The Sunday's child of Dutch earth sciences - A tribute to Bert Boekschoten on the occasion of his 80th birthday. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences 92:

Chapters in books

Jagt J.W.M., Mulder E.W.A., Schulp A.S. 2013. The Maastrichtian type area in the southeast Netherlands and northeast Belgium – a latest Cretaceous ‘mosasaur park’. ISBN 9788391684184.

2012

Journals SCI, peer-reviewed

Polcyn M.J., Lindgren J., Bardet N., Cornelissen D., Verding L., Schulp A.S. 2012. Description of new specimens of Halisaurus arambourgi BARDET & PEREDA SUBERBIOLA, 2005 and the relationships of Halisaurinae. Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France 183: 123-136.
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Schulp A.S., Al-Wosabi M. 2012. Telling Apart Ornithopod and Theropod Trackways: A Closer Look at a Large, Late Jurassic Tridactyl Dinosaur Trackway at Serwah, Republic of Yemen. Ichnos: International Journal for Plant and Animal Traces 19: 194-198.
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Cornelissen D., Verding L., Schulp A.S., Jagt J.W.M. 2012. The mosasaurs (Squamata, Mosasauridae) of the Garcet Collection. Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France 182: 67-71.
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2011

Journals SCI, peer-reviewed

Mateus O., Jacobs L.L., Schulp A.S., Polcyn M.J., Tavares T.S., Buta Neto A., Morais M.L., Antunes M.T. 2011. Angolatitan adamastor, a new sauropod dinosaur and the first record from Angola. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências 83: 221-233.
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Schulp A.S., Belvedere M., Nasir S., Wheeler M. 2011. An Artiodactyl Tracksite at Musandam Peninsula, Sultanate of Oman. Ichnos: International Journal for Plant and Animal Traces 18: 192-196.
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Janssen R., Baal R.R. van, Schulp A.S. 2011. On the taphonomy of the late Maastrichtian (Late Cretaceous) marine turtle Allopleuron hofmanni. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 90: 187-196.

Chapters in books

Joordens J.C.A., Feibel C.S., Vonhof H.B., Schulp A.S., Kroon D. 2011. The Power of Place: homini evolution and dispersal driven by climate change between ~ 5 - 2.5 Ma. Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam.

2010

Journals SCI, peer-reviewed

Lindgren J., Schulp A.S. 2010. New material of Prognathodon (Squamata: Mosasauridae), and the mosasaur assemblage of the Maastrichtian of California, USA. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30: 1632-1636.
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Polcyn M.J., Jacobs L.L., Schulp A.S., Mateus O. 2010. The North African Mosasaur Globidens phosphaticus from the Maastrichtian of Angola. Historical Biology 22: 175-185.
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2009

Journals SCI, peer-reviewed

Schulp A.S., Bardet N., Bouya B. 2009. A new species of the durophagous mosasaur Carinodens (Squamata, Mosasauridae) and additional material of Carinodens belgicus from the Maastrichtian phosphates of Morocco. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 88: 161-167.

Mateus O., Jacobs L., Polcyn M., Schulp A.S., Vineyard D., Buta Neto A., Antunes M.T. 2009. The oldest African eucryptodiran turtle from the Cretaceous of Angola. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 54: 581-588.
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Jacobs L.L., Mateus O., Polcyn M.J., Schulp A.S., Scotese C.R., Goswami A., Ferguson K.M., Robbins J.A., Vineyard D.P., Buto Neto A. 2009. Cretaceous paleogeography, paleoclimatology, and amniote biogeography of the low and mid-latitude South Atlantic Ocean. Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France 180: 333-341.
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Journals non-SCI, peer-reviewed

Schulp A.S., O’Connor P.M., Weishampel D.B., Al-Sayigh A., Al-Harthy A., Jagt J.W.M., Hartman A.F. 2009. Ornithopod and sauropod dinosaur remains from the Maastrichtian Al-Khod Conglomerate, Sultanate of Oman. Sultan Qaboos University Journal of Sciences 13: 27-32.

Chapters in books

Schulp A. 2009. Dear Darwin. 134-136: ISBN 9789025367039.

2008

Journals SCI, peer-reviewed

Schulp A.S., Al-Wosabi M., Stevens N.J. 2008. First dinosaur tracks from the Arabian Peninsula. PLOS ONE 3: e2243.
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Dyke G.J., Schulp A.S., Jagt J.W.M. 2008. Bird remains from the Maastrichtian type area (Late Cretaceous). Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 87: 353-358.

Al-Sayigh A., Nasir S., Schulp A.S., Stevens N.J. 2008. The first described Arsinoitherium from the Eocene Aydim Formation of Oman: Biogeographic implications. Palaeoworld 17: 41-46.
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Authored books

Schulp A. 2008. De Nederlandse Dino. 112 p. Veen Magazines, Diemen. ISBN 978908571841.

Chapters in books

Voigt S., Wagreich M., Surlyk F., Walaszczyk I., Ulicny D., Cech S., Voigt T., Wiese F., Wilmsen M., Niebuhr B., Riech M., Funk H., Michalík J., Jagt J.W.M., Felder P.J., Schulp A.S. 2008. Cretaceous. Mesozoic and Cenozoic 2: 923-997: The Geological Society, London. ISBN 9781862392656.

2007

Journals SCI, peer-reviewed

Jagt J.W.M., Neumann C., Schulp A.S. 2007. Bioimmuring Late Cretaceous and Recent oysters: 'A view from within'. Geologica Belgica 10: 121-126.

2006

Journals SCI, peer-reviewed

Jacobs L.L., Mateus O., Polcyn M.J., Schulp A.S., Antunes M.T., Morais M.-L., Silva Tavares T. da 2006. The occurrence and setting of Cretaceous dinosaurs, mosasaurs, plesiosaurs, and turtles from Angola. Gosaengmul Hag-hoeji / Journal of the Paleontological Society of Korea 22: 91-110.

Jagt J.W.M., Motchurova-Dekova N., Ivanov P., Cappetta H., Schulp A.S. 2006. Latest Cretaceous mosasaurs and lamniform sharks from Labirinta cave, Vratsa district (northwest Bulgaria) - a preliminary note. Geološki Anali Balkanskoga Poluostrva 67: 51-63.
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Jagt J.W.M., Motchurova-Dekova N., Ivanov P., Cappetta H., Schulp A.S. 2006. Latest Cretaceous mosasaurs and lamniform sharks from Labirinta cave, Vratsa district (northwest Bulgaria) – a preliminary note. Geološki Anali Balkanskoga Poluostrva 67: 51-63.
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Schulp A.S., Averianov A.O., Yarkov A.A., Trikolidi F.A., Jagt J.W.M. 2006. First record of the Late Cretaceous durophagous mosasaur Carinodens belgicus (Squamata, Mosasauridae) from Volgogradskaya Oblast’ (Russia) and Crimea (Ukraine). Russian Journal of Herpetology 13: 175-180.

Journals non-SCI, peer-reviewed

Schulp A.S., Walenkamp G.H.I.M., Hofman P.A.M., Stuip Y., Rothschild B.M. 2006. Chronic jaw bone infection in the Maastrichtian Mosasaurus hoffmanni (Squamata). Oryctos 6: 41-52.

Schulp A.S., Polcyn M.J., Mateus O., Jacobs L.L., Morais M.-L., Silva Tavares T. da 2006. New mosasaur material from the Maastrichtian of Angola, with notes on the phylogeny, distribution and palaeoecology of the genus Prognathodon. Publicaties van het Natuurhistorisch Genootschap in Limburg 45: 57-67.

2005

Journals SCI, peer-reviewed

Schulp A.S. 2005. Feeding the mechanical mosasaur: what did Carinodens eat?. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 84: 345-357.

Rothschild B.M., Martin L.D., Schulp A.S. 2005. Sharks eating mosasaurs, dead or alive?. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 84: 335-340.

Schulp A.S., Mulder E.W.A., Schwenk K. 2005. Did mosasaurs have forked tongues?. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 84: 359-371.

Martin J.E., Case J.A., Jagt J.W.M., Schulp A.S. 2005. A New European Marsupial Indicates a Late Cretaceous High-Latitude Transatlantic Dispersal Route. Journal of Mammalian Evolution 12: 495-511.
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Journals non-SCI, peer-reviewed

Mulder E.W.A., Jagt J.W.M., Schulp A.S. 2005. Another record of a hadrosaurid dinosaur from the Maastrichtian type area (The Netherlands, Belgium): Seeley (1883) revisited. Bulletin de l'Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique - Sciences de la Terre 75: 201-206.

Authored books

Schulp, A.S. 2005. Praktijkgids Fossielen. Fossielen verzamelen, prepareren en er ook nog wat mee doen. 160 p. KNNV Uitgeverij, Utrecht. ISBN 905011203X.

2004

Journals SCI, peer-reviewed

Schulp A.S., Jagt J.W.M., Fonken F. 2004. New material of the mosasaur Carinodens belgicus from the Upper Cretaceous of the Netherlands. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 24: 744-747.
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Schulp A.S., Walenkamp G.H.I.M., Hofman P.A.M., Rothschild B.M., Jagt J.W.M. 2004. Rib fracture in Prognathodon saturator (Mosasauridae, Late Cretaceous). Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 83: 251-254.

Buscalioni A.D., Schulp A.S., Jagt J.W.M., Hanna S.S., Hartman A.F. 2004. Late cretaceous neosuchian crocodiles from the sultanate of Oman. Cretaceous Research 25: 267-275.
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Journals non-SCI, peer-reviewed

Gallagher W.B., Jagt J.W.M., Mulder E.W.A., Schulp A.S. 2004. A new Mosasaur Specimen from Maastricht (The Netherlands), with a Review of the Late Cretaceous-Early Paleogene Marine Faunas of New Jersey and Limburg. Mosasaur - The Journal of the Delaware Valley Paleontological Society 7: 47-57.

2003

Journals SCI, peer-reviewed

Jagt J.W.M., Mulder E.W.A., Schulp A.S., Dortangs R.W., Fraaije R.H.B. 2003. Dinosaurs from the Maastrichtian-type area (southeastern Netherlands, northeastern Belgium). Comptes Rendus Palevol 2: 67-76.
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Journals non-SCI, peer-reviewed

Mulder E.W.A., Dortangs R.W., Jagt J.W.M., Jianu C.-M., Kuypers M.M.M., Peeters H.H.G., Schulp A.S., Weishampel D.B. 2003. Dinosaur remains from the Type Maastrichtian. Publicaties van het Natuurhistorisch Genootschap in Limburg 44: 113-119.

Dortangs R.W., Schulp A.S., Mulder E.W.A., Jagt J.W.M., Peeters H.H.G., Graaf D.Th. de 2003. A large new mosasaur from the Upper Cretaceous of The Netherlands. Publicaties van het Natuurhistorisch Genootschap in Limburg 44: 121-126.

2002

Journals SCI, peer-reviewed

Lockley M., Schulp A.S., Meyer C.A., Leonardi G., Mamani D.K. 2002. Titanosaurid trackways from the Upper Cretaceous of Bolivia: evidence for large manus, wide-gauge locomotion and gregarious behaviour. Cretaceous Research 23: 383-400.
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Dortangs R.W., Schulp A.S., Mulder E.W.A., Jagt J.W.M., Peeters H.H.G., Graaf D.T. de 2002. A large new mosasaur from the Upper Cretaceous of The Netherlands. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 81: 1-8.

Dyke G.J., Dortangs R.W., Jagt J.W.M., Mulder E.W.A., Schulp A.S., Chiappe L.M. 2002. Europe's last Mesozoic bird. Naturwissenschaften 89: 408-11.
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Journals non-SCI, peer-reviewed

Schulp A.S. 2002. The effect of tectonic deformation on dinosaur trackway morphology. Sargetia 19: 27-32.

2000

Journals SCI, peer-reviewed

Schulp A.S., Hanna S.S., Hartman A.F., Jagt J.W.M. 2000. A Late Cretaceous theropod caudal vertebra from the Sultanate of Oman. Cretaceous Research 21: 851-856.
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Kennedy W.J., Jagt J.W.M., Hanna S.S., Schulp A.S. 2000. Late Campanian ammonites from the Saiwan area (Huqf Desert, Sultanate of Oman). Cretaceous Research 21: 553-562.
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1999

Journals SCI, peer-reviewed

Weishampel D.B., Mulder E.W.A., Dortangs R.W., Jagt J.W.M., Jianu C.M., Kuypers M.M.M., Peeters H.H.G., Schulp A.S. 1999. Dinosaur remains from the type Maastrichtian: an update. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 78: 357-365.
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Jagt J.W.M., Lambers P.H., Mulder E.W.A., Schulp A.S. 1999. Proceedings of the Third European Workshop on Vertebrate Palaeontology (Maastricht, May 6-9, 1998): Preface. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw 78: 3-3.

Schulp A.S, Brokx W.A. 1999. Maastrichtian Sauropod Footprints from the Fumanya Tracksite, Berguedà, Spain. Ichnos: International Journal for Plant and Animal Traces 6: 239-250.
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