Edwin-Alberto Cadena /
Edwin-Alberto Cadena /
Associate Professor Universidad del Rosario
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Giant Boine snake from a Paleocene Neotropical rainforest indicates hotter past equatorial temperatures
E Head, J. Bloch, J. Hastings, A. Bourque, EA Cadena, ...
Nature 457 (7230), 715-717, 2009
Oldest known marine turtle? A new protostegid from the Lower Cretaceous of Colombia
EA Cadena, JF Parham
PaleoBios 32 (1), 2015
A nomenclature for fossil and living turtles using phylogenetically defined clade names
WG Joyce, J Anquetin, EA Cadena, J Claude, IG Danilov, SW Evers, ...
Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 140, 1-45, 2021
Revised stratigraphy of Neogene strata in the Cocinetas Basin, La Guajira, Colombia
F Moreno, AJW Hendy, L Quiroz, N Hoyos, DS Jones, V Zapata, S Zapata, ...
Swiss Journal of Paleontology 134 (1), 5-43, 2015
Variation in osteocytes morphology vs bone type in turtle shell and their exceptional preservation from the Jurassic to the present
EA Cadena, MH Schweitzer
Bone 51 (3), 614-620, 2012
A new small short-snouted dyrosaurid (Crocodylomorpha, Mesoeucrocodylia) from the Paleocene of Northeastern Colombia
AK Hastings, JI Bloch, EA Cadena, CA Jaramillo
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30 (1), 139-162, 2010
Notoemys zapatocaensis, a new side-necked turtle (Pleurodira: Platychelyidae) from the Early Cretaceous of Colombia
EA Cadena, ES Gaffney
American Museum Novitates 2005 (3470), 1-19, 2005
New podocnemidid turtle (Testudines: Pleurodira) from the middle–upper Paleocene of South America
EA Cadena, JI Bloch, CA Jaramillo
Journal of vertebrate Paleontology 30 (2), 367-382, 2010
New Turtles (Chelonia) from the Late Eocene Through Late Miocene of the Panama Canal BasinEOCENE–MIOCENE TURTLES FROM PANAMA
EA Cadena, JR Bourque, AF Rincon, JI Bloch, CA Jaramillo, ...
Journal of Paleontology 86 (3), 539-557, 2012
New pelomedusoid turtles from the late Palaeocene Cerrejón Formation of Colombia and their implications for phylogeny and body size evolution
EA Cadena, DT Ksepka, CA Jaramillo, JI Bloch
Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 10 (2), 313-331, 2012
The anatomy, paleobiology, and evolutionary relationships of the largest extinct side-necked turtle.
Cadena, Edwin-Alberto, T. M. Scheyer, J. D. Carrillo-Briceño, R. Sánchez, O ...
Science Advances 6 (eaay4593), 2020
New Bothremydid Turtle (Testudines, Pleurodira) from the Paleocene of Northeastern ColombiaPALEOCENE BOTHREMYDID TURTLE FROM COLOMBIA
EA Cadena, JI Bloch, CA Jaramillo
Journal of Paleontology 86 (4), 688-698, 2012
New Material of the Platychelyid Turtle Notoemys zapatocaensis from the Early Cretaceous of Colombia; Implications for Understanding Pleurodira Evolution
EA Cadena, CA Jaramillo, JI Bloch
Morphology and evolution of turtles, 105-120, 2013
Microscopical and elemental FESEM and Phenom ProX-SEM-EDS analysis of osteocyte-and blood vessel-like microstructures obtained from fossil vertebrates of the Eocene Messel Pit …
EA Cadena
PeerJ 4, e1618, 2016
A global phylogeny of Pelomedusoides turtles with new material of Neochelys franzeni Schleich, 1993 (Testudines, Podocnemididae) from the middle Eocene, Messel Pit, of Germany
EA Cadena
PeerJ 3, e1221, 2015
The first South American sandownid turtle from the Lower Cretaceous of Colombia
EA Cadena
PeerJ 3, e1431, 2015
The first South American sandownid turtle fromthe Lower Cretaceous of Colombia
EA Cadena
" PeerJ, ISSN: 2167-8359, No. 12 (2015); e1431", 2015
Miocene turtles from the northernmost tip of South America; giant tortoises, chelids, and podocnemidids from Castilletes Formation, Colombia
EA Cadena, C Jaramillo
Ameghiniana 52, 188-203, 2015
A review of the fossil record of Stem-Pleurodiran Turtles.
EA Cadena, W Joyce
Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History 56 (1), 3-20, 2015
Giant fossil tortoise and freshwater chelid turtle remains from the middle Miocene, Quebrada Honda, Bolivia: Evidence for lower paleoelevations for the southern Altiplano
EA Cadena, F Anaya, DA Croft
Journal of South American Earth Sciences 64, 190-198, 2015
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