Edwin Alberto Cadena

Affiliations: 
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 
Area:
Vertebrate Paleontology, Evolution of Turtles, Molecular Paleontology, Paleobiology and Paleobiogeography of fossil reptiles from the neotropics
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Jonathan I. Bloch grad student 2009 University of Florida (Marine Ecology Tree)
 (MSc: “New Cretaceous and Cenozoic Fossil Turtles from Colombia and Panama; Systematic Paleontology, Phylogenetical and Paleobiogeographical Implications.”)
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"Deza A, Cadena E, Martinez J. (2019) "Pleistocene fossil turtles (Testudinoidea, cryptodira) from the Talara Tar seeps, Peru" Revista Peruana De BiologíA. 26: 189-200
Cadena E, Jaramillo C. (2015) Northernmost tip of South America: Giant testudinids, chelids, and podocnemidids from the castilletes formation, Colombia Ameghiniana. 52: 188-203
Cadena EA, Jaramillo CA. (2015) The first fossil skull of Chelus (Pleurodira: Chelidae, Matamata turtle) from the early Miocene of Colombia Palaeontologia Electronica. 18: 1
Cadena EA, Anaya F, Croft DA. (2015) Giant fossil tortoise and freshwater chelid turtle remains from the middle Miocene, Quebrada Honda, Bolivia: Evidence for lower paleoelevations for the southern Altiplano Journal of South American Earth Sciences. 64: 190-198
Moreno F, Hendy AJW, Quiroz L, et al. (2015) Revised stratigraphy of Neogene strata in the Cocinetas Basin, La Guajira, Colombia Swiss Journal of Palaeontology. 134: 5-43
Cadena EA, Ksepka DT, Norell MA. (2013) New material of Mongolemys elegans Khosatzky and Mlynarski, 1971 (Testudines: Lindholmemydidae), from the Late Cretaceous of Mongolia with comments on bone histology and phylogeny American Museum Novitates. 1-28
Cadena EA, Bloch JI, Jaramillo CA. (2012) New bothremydid turtle (Testudines, Pleurodira) from the paleocene of northeastern Colombia Journal of Paleontology. 86: 688-698
Cadena E, Bourque JR, Rincon AF, et al. (2012) New turtles (Chelonia) from the late Eocene through late Miocene of the Panama Canal Basin Journal of Paleontology. 86: 539-557
Cadena EA, Ksepka DT, Jaramillo CA, et al. (2012) New pelomedusoid turtles from the late Palaeocene Cerrej́on Formation of Colombia and their implications for phylogeny and body size evolution Journal of Systematic Palaeontology. 10: 313-331
Head JJ, Bloch JI, Hastings AK, et al. (2011) Giant boid snake from the Paleocene neotropics reveals hotter past equatorial temperatures Nature
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