José Ignacio Canudo mainly investigates Paleontology, Cretaceous, Ornithopod, Ichnology and Theropoda. As part of his studies on Paleontology, José Ignacio Canudo often connects relevant areas like Peninsula. His work in the fields of Cretaceous, such as Ornithischia, overlaps with other areas such as Extinction.
His study in Ornithopod is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Plagiaulacida, Theriosuchus, Carcharodontosauridae and Plagiaulacidae. His work is dedicated to discovering how Theropoda, Manus are connected with Quadrupedalism, Paleoecology and Ichnotaxon and other disciplines. The various areas that he examines in his Titanosaur study include Biodiversity and Anatomy.
His primary scientific interests are in Paleontology, Cretaceous, Archaeology, Ornithopod and Peninsula. His work is connected to Postcrania, Aptian, Sauropoda, Taxon and Theropoda, as a part of Paleontology. His Postcrania study incorporates themes from Arenysaurus, Skull, Anatomy and Holotype.
His Cretaceous research focuses on Hadrosaurid in particular. His study on Ornithopod is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Eggshell. The concepts of his Facies study are interwoven with issues in Sedimentary rock and Sequence.
Paleontology, Cretaceous, Clade, Archaeology and Historical geology are his primary areas of study. His research combines Peninsula and Paleontology. His work deals with themes such as Biostratigraphy, Mesozoic and Syncline, which intersect with Cretaceous.
His Clade research incorporates themes from Avialae, Skeleton and Ecology. His work in the fields of Geotourism and Tourism overlaps with other areas such as Public attention and Educational resources. José Ignacio Canudo has included themes like Taxonomic rank, Structural basin, Pleistocene and Type in his Historical geology study.
His main research concerns Paleontology, Cretaceous, Peninsula, Clade and Siliciclastic. His studies link Genus with Paleontology. The Rayoso Formation, Rebbachisauridae and Aptian research he does as part of his general Cretaceous study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Hamipterus, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His Peninsula research incorporates elements of Taxon, Theropoda, Structural geology, Assemblage and Tetrapod. His studies in Clade integrate themes in fields like Quadrupedalism, Pterygoid fossa and Pelvic girdle. His Siliciclastic research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Alluvium, Alluvial fan, Marl and Unconformity.
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Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary extinction pattern and faunal turnover at Agost and Caravaca, S.E. Spain
J.I. Canudo;G. Keller;E. Molina.
Marine Micropaleontology (1991)
Biochronological implications of the Arvicolidae (Rodentia, Mammalia) from the Lower Pleistocene hominid-bearing level of Trinchera Dolina 6 (TD6, Atapuerca, Spain).
Gloria Cuenca-Bescós;César Laplana;Jose Ignacio Canudo.
Journal of Human Evolution (1999)
A new sauropod: Tastavinsaurus sanzi gen. et sp. nov. from the Early Cretaceous (Aptian) of Spain
José I. Canudo;Rafael Royo-Torres;Gloria Cuenca-Bescós.
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology (2008)
The last hadrosaurid dinosaurs of Europe: A new lambeosaurine from the Uppermost Cretaceous of Aren (Huesca, Spain)
Xabier Pereda-Suberbiola;José Ignacio Canudo;Penélope Cruzado-Caballero;José Luis Barco.
Comptes Rendus Palevol (2009)
A new basal rebbachisaurid (Sauropoda, Diplodocoidea) from the Early Cretaceous of the Neuquen Basin; evolution and biogeography of the group
José Luis Carballido;Leonardo Salgado;Diego Pol;José Ignacio Canudo.
Historical Biology (2012)
Estado de las investigaciones sobre los vertebrados del jurasico superior y cretacico inferior de galve (teruel)
J. I. Ruiz-Omeñaca;J. I. Canudo;M. Aurell;B. Bádenas.
Estudios Geologicos-madrid (2004)
Small mammals from Sima de los Huesos
G Cuenca-Bescós;C Laplana Conesa;C Laplana Conesa;J I Canudo;J L Arsuaga.
Journal of Human Evolution (1997)
A New Crocodylian from the Late Maastrichtian of Spain: Implications for the Initial Radiation of Crocodyloids
Eduardo Puértolas;José I. Canudo;Penélope Cruzado-Caballero.
PLOS ONE (2011)
La Cantalera: an exceptional window onto the vertebrate biodiversity of the Hauterivian-Barremian transition in the Iberian Peninsula
J.I. Canudo;M. Aurell;J.M. Gasca;A. Badiola.
Journal of Iberian Geology (2010)
What Iberian dinosaurs reveal about the bridge said to exist between Gondwana and Laurasia in the Early Cretaceous
José Ignacio Canudo;José Luis Barco;Xabier Pereda-Suberbiola;José Ignacio Ruiz-Omeñaca.
Bulletin De La Societe Geologique De France (2009)
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