Fieldwork

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One of the aspects I enjoy more of paleontology is fieldwork. I love being outdoors and collecting data from the rocks. Here's a list of the different digs I have been part of and some pictures:

2017

- August and July: Santa María de Poyos, Upper Cretaceous (Guadalajara, Spain)
- June: Mas de Romeu, Lower Cretaceous (Morella, Spain).

Some of the long bones from a titanosauriform sauropod we dug during the last phase of Mas de Romeu (Morella).


2016

- November: Algora, "Middle" Cretaceous (Guadalajara, Spain).
- October: Mas de Romeu, Lower Cretaceous (Morella, Spain).
- August: Mas de la Parreta, Lower Cretaceous (Morella, Spain).

Me and Fernando Escaso extracting some long bones from a still indeterminate styracosternan ornithopod with delicate tools at Mas de la Parreta Quarry (Morella, Spain).
2015

- September: El Atance, Middle Triassic? (Guadalajara, Spain)

2014

- September: Casal da Costa, Upper Jurassic (Torres Vedras, Portugal)

2013

- August: Algora, "Middle" Cretaceous (Guadalajara, Spain).
- July: Las Hoyas, Lower Cretaceous (Cuenca, Spain)

2011-2010

- July: Las Hoyas, Lower Cretaceous (Cuenca, Spain)


With Elena Cuesta (left) and José Luis Sanz (center) at "Las Hoyas" in July 2013. This was my third campaign at the site. (Photo by Carlos DeMiguel-Chaves)

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