Christian Salazar

Christian  Salazar

Christian Salazar

Docente investigador

Doctor en Ciencias Naturales, Institut für Geowissenschaften. Universität Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Alemania.

Geólogo, Universidad de Concepción, Chile.

Curso que imparte en pregrado: Taller de Paleontología y Evolución (Santiago).

 

Petrología Sedimentaria y Estratigrafía (Santiago)

 

 

Publicaciones indexadas

Salazar, C. & Stinnesbeck, W. (en revisión) Berriasella jacobi Mazenot (1939) (Cephalopoda, Ammonitina): proposed conservation by the suppression of Berriasella fraudans (Steuer 1897). Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature.

Frey, E., Mulder, E., Stinnesbeck, W. & Salazar, C. (2016) A mosasaur, cf. Plotosaurus, from the Upper Maastrichtian Quiriquina Formation in Central Chile. Cretaceous Research, 61: 17-25.

Salazar, C. & Stinnesbeck, W. 2015. Tithonian–Berriasian ammonites from the Baños del Flaco Formation, central Chile. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology. DOI:10.1080/14772019.2015.1027310.

Salazar, C. & Stinnesbeck, W. 2015. Redefinition, Stratigraphy and Facies of the Lo Valdés and Baños Morales Formations (Upper Jurassic – Lower Cretaceous) in Central Chile. Boletin del Museo Nacional de Historia Natural.64: 41-68.

Otero, R., Soto-Acuña, S., Salazar, C. & Oyarzún, J. 2015. New elasmosaurids (Sauripterygia, PLesiosauria) from Late Cretaceous of the Magallanes Basin, Chilean Patagonia: Evidences of a faunal turnover during the Maastrichtian along the Weddellian Biogeographic Province. Andean
Geology. 42: 237-267.

Salazar, C., Martínez, A., Villanelo, L. & Stinnesbeck, W. 2014. Cymatoceras perstriatum (Steuer 1897) (Nautiloidea, Cephalopoda) from the Early Berriasian – Early Valanginian (Lower Cretaceous) of central Chile. Boletín del Museo Nacional de Historia Natural. 63: 178 – 185.

Rubilar-Rogers, D., Salazar, C. Soto-Acuña, S., Guevara, J., Alarcón, J., Gutstein, C., Suárez, M. & Otero, R. 2014. New Trydactyl Dinosaur footprint from the Lower Cretaceous of the Atacama región northern Chile. Boletín del Museo Nacional de Historia Natural. 63: 201-212.

Stinnesbeck, W., Frey, E., Rivas, L, Pardo Pérez, J., Leppe Cartes, M., Salazar, C. & Zambrano, P. 2014. An early Cretaceous ichthyosaur graveyard in deep marine flysch deposits at Torres del Paine National Park, Southern Chile. Geological Society of America Bulletin. 126: 1317-1339.

Otero, R., Acuña-Soto, S., O´Keede, F, O´Gorman, J. Stinnesbeck, W. Suárez, M., Rubilar-Rogers, D., Salazar, C. & Quinzio-Sinn, L. 2014. Arictonectes quiriquinensis, sp. nov., A new highly derived Elasmosaurid from the Upper Maastrichtian of Central Chile. Journal of Vertebrate
Paleontology. 34(1):100–125.

San Martín, C., Pérez, Y., Álvarez, M., Salazar, C. & Ramírez, C. 2013. Diversidad vegetal de lagunas temporales en la estepa patagónica chilena noroccidental. Anales Instituto Patagonia (Chile), 41 (2): 111-116.

Salazar, C., Stinnesbeck, W. & Rubilar-Rogers, D. 2013. The largest Menuites fresvillensis (Seunes, 1890) (Ammonoidea, Pachydiscidae) from Quiriquina Formation, Chile. Boletín del Museo de Historia Natural, 62: 41-50.


Salazar, C. 2012. The Jurassic-Cretaceous Boundary (Tithonian-Hauterivian) in the Andean Basin, Central Chile: Ammonite fauna, Bio- and Sequence Stratigraphy and Palaeobiogeography. Tesis Doctoral. Universität Heidelberg. Germany. 388 p.

Stinnesbeck, W., Ifrim, C. & Salazar, C. 2012. The Last Cretaceous Ammonites in Latin America. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica.. 57: 717 – 728.

Pardo-Pérez, J., Frey, E., Stinnesbeck, W., Fernández, M. Rivas, L., Salazar, C. & Leppe, M. 2012. An ichthyosaurian forefin from the Lower Cretaceous Zapata Formation of southern Chile:
implications for morphological variability within Platypterygius. Palaeobiodiversity and
Palaeoenvironments. 92: 287-294.

Nielsen, S & Salazar, C. 2011. Nautilus dorbignyanus Forbes, 1846 is an older synonym of N. subplicatus Steinmann, 1895 from the Quiriquina Formation (Cephalopoda; Maastrichtian, Chile). Cretaceous Research, 32: 833-840.


Salazar, C., Stinnesbeck, W. & Quinzio-Sinn, L.A. 2010. Ammonites from the Maastrichtian (Upper Cretaceous) Quiriquina Formation in Central Chile. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und
Paläontologie Abhandlungen 257: 181–236.