I am a senior curator with specific responsibilities for the fossil echinoderm collections. I am also manager of the Earth Sciences Invertebrates and Plants 'A' Division and responsible for 3 staff covering the collections of Bryozoa, Corals, Cephalopods, Brachiopods and other smaller invertebrate groups.
I actively research fossil echinoderms and plants. I am currently working on a wide range of fossil echinoderms projects, particularly Cretaceous Moroccan Asteroids, Cretaceous and Jurassic British Ophiuroids, British Jurassic Crinoids, Lower Jurassic echinoderms from Yorkshire and Silurian Canadian Edrioasteroids.
I also have an interest in museology with particular interests in the promotion of curatorial expertise within the heritage sector as well as an active committee member of the Geological Curators Group.
- PhD Palaeobotany, University of Manchester, United Kingdom, 2000 - 2004
- MSc Palynology, Univeristy of Sheffield, United Kingdom, 1999 - 2000
- BSc Geology, University of Cardiff, United Kingdom, 1996 - 1999
- Curator, Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery, Geology, United Kingdom, 2005 - 2008
- Honorary curator, Haslemere Educational Museum, United Kingdom, 2004 - 2005
Chair, Campaign for Good Curatorship, 2014 - on going.
Member, Geological Curators Group, 2014 - on going.
THOMPSON JR, EWIN TAM (2019) A new species ofHyattechinus(Echinoidea) from the type Devonian of the United Kingdom and implications for the distribution of Devonian proterocidarid echinoids. Geological Magazine, 156 (5) : 801 - 810. doi: 10.1017/s0016756818000109
Fearnhead FE, Donovan SK, Ewin TAM (2013) Palaeobiology of Floricolumnus (col.) girvanensis Donovan & Clark (Crinoidea; Silurian) from the Girvan district, Ayrshire. Scottish Journal of Geology, 49 (1) : 1 - 7. doi: 10.1144/sjg2012-447
Gomez B, Ewin TAM, Daviero-Gomez V (2012) The conifer Glenrosa falcata sp. nov. from the Lower Cretaceous of Spain and its palaeoecology. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 172 : 21 - 32. doi: 10.1016/j.revpalbo.2012.01.009
EWIN TAM (2011) Dinogangs book review. BBC Wildlife Magazine,
EWIN TAM (2011) Echinoids, In: The Palaeontological Association Field Guides to Fossils Number 14: English Wealden Fossils, Batten DJ (Eds). The Palaeontological Association : London. Wiley-Blackwell.
Donovan SK, Ewin TAM (2010) Crinoid roots from the Upper Devonian of north Devon: morphology, function and systematics. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society, 58 (1) : 15 - 20. doi: 10.1144/pygs.58.1.274
Ewin TAM (2010) Chapter 15, Echinoderms: Crinoids, In: Fossils from the Lower Lias of the Dorset Coast, Lord A, Davis PG (Eds). Palaeontological Association Field Guides to Fossils : 298 - 308.
EWIN T (2009) Lyme Regis Fossil Festival. Set in Stone, The NHM Palaeontology Department Newsletter, 6(4) :
HUNTER AW, EWIN TAM (2009) Two crinoid obrution Lagerstatten from the Middle Jurassic (Bathonian) of the Cotswold Hills, England and their palaeoecological significance. The Palaeontological Association 53th Annual Meeting. University of Birmingham, Abstracts. Palaeontological Association Newsletter, 72 :
MUNT M, EWIN T (2009) Engaging with Amateur Collectors. Set in Stone, The NHM Palaeontology Department Newsletter, 6(3) : 11 - 12.
Ewin TAM, Reich M, Graham MR, Cournoyer ME (2019) Perforocycloides nathalieae new genus and species, an unusual Silurian cyclocystoid (Echinodermata) from Anticosti Island, Québec, Canada. PalZ, 93 (4) : 625 - 635. doi: 10.1007/s12542-019-00483-w
Master's Co supervisor(s): Ewin TAM
Mesozoic Conifer Cuticles of Britian