A review on Bison schoetensacki and its closest relatives through the early-Middle Pleistocene transition: Insights from the Vallparadís Section (NE Iberian Peninsula) and other European localities

@article{Sorbelli2021ARO,
  title={A review on Bison schoetensacki and its closest relatives through the early-Middle Pleistocene transition: Insights from the Vallparad{\'i}s Section (NE Iberian Peninsula) and other European localities},
  author={Leonardo Sorbelli and David M. Alba and Marco Cherin and P Moull{\'e} and Jean-Philip Brugal and Joan Madurell-Malapeira},
  journal={Quaternary Science Reviews},
  year={2021},
  volume={261},
  pages={106933}
}

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