The Tetrapod Fossil Record from the Uppermost Maastrichtian of the Ibero-Armorican Island: An Integrative Review Based on the Outcrops of the Western Tremp Syncline (Aragón, Huesca Province, NE Spain)

@article{PrezPueyo2021TheTF,
  title={The Tetrapod Fossil Record from the Uppermost Maastrichtian of the Ibero-Armorican Island: An Integrative Review Based on the Outcrops of the Western Tremp Syncline (Arag{\'o}n, Huesca Province, NE Spain)},
  author={Manuel P{\'e}rez-Pueyo and Pen{\'e}lope Cruzado-Caballero and Miguel Moreno‐Azanza and Bernat Vila and Diego Castanera and Jos{\'e} Manuel Gasca and Eduardo Pu{\'e}rtolas-Pascual and Beatriz B{\'a}denas and Jos{\'e} Ignacio Canudo},
  journal={Geosciences},
  year={2021},
  volume={11},
  pages={162}
}
The South-Pyrenean Basin (northeastern Spain) has yielded a rich and diverse record of Upper Cretaceous (uppermost Campanian−uppermost Maastrichtian) vertebrate fossils, including the remains of some of the last European dinosaurs prior to the Cretaceous-Paleogene (K-Pg) extinction event. In this work, we update and characterize the vertebrate fossil record of the Arén Sandstone and Tremp formations in the Western Tremp Syncline, which is located in the Aragonese area of the Southern Pyrenees… 
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