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    Authors: Leandro Rodrigues Capítulo; Silvina Claudia Carretero; Eduardo Emilio Kruse;

    The efects of aforestation on groundwater recharge—which is the only source of drinking water supply in the Pinamar District (Partido de Pinamar), located on the eastern coast of the Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina—are analysed. The study area is characterised by a sand-dune barrier parallel to the coast, where freshwater lenses accumulate. These are bounded to the west by the brackish water of the continental plain and to the east by the seawater. Soil texture makes it possible to infer the infltration capacity. Methods associated with groundwater table fuctuations, hydrodynamics, hydrochemistry and the characteristics of stable isotopes (²H and ¹⁸O) in groundwater were used. In order to confrm the results, daily water balances were carried out. Recharge variations were quantifed based on periodic groundwater table records and water balances. A decrease in recharge was verifed in forested areas with respect to non-forested areas (bare soil). The groundwater fow (hydraulic gradients), the electrical conductivity of groundwater and the fractionation of stable isotopes indicate that the higher evapotranspiration in areas with tree cover leads to a decrease in water surplus and in the possibilities for groundwater table recharge. The efects of aforestation on recharge and, therefore, on good-quality shallow groundwater reserves constitute a key element in planning the sustainable use of the water resources. Centro de Estudios Integrales de la Dinámica Exógena

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    Authors: Oscar Caballero; Plini Montoya; Vicente D. Crespo; Jorge Morales; +1 Authors

    [ES] Venta del Moro es una localidad clásica del Mioceno final (Ventiense, MN13) de la cuenca del Cabriel de Valencia (España). Este yacimiento es la localidad tipo de nueve especies de mamíferos. Entre ellas se encuentra el camélido Paracamelus agu-irrei, que fue descrito a partir de su dentición superior, un tercer premolar inferior (p3) y algunos elementos del esqueleto postcraneal. Este género, que es el único camélido presente en Europa durante el Neógeno, se expandió rápidamente a lo largo de toda Eurasia desde América del Norte. En este trabajo se describen los elementos autopodiales de P. aguirrei recupera-dos de Venta del Moro, algunos de ellos descritos por primera vez. Este estudio muestra que P. aguirrei fue un camélido de tamaño grande, similar en talla a las formas gigantes norteamericanas como Megacamelus merriami y a las formas gigantes euroasiáticas como Paracamelus gigas y Camelus knoblochi. [EN] Venta del Moro is a classical locality from the late Miocene (Ventian, MN13) of the Cabriel basin from Valencia (Spain). This site is the type locality of nine mammal species. Among them, is the camelid Paracamelus aguirrei, which was defined by its upper dentition, a lower third premolar (p3), and some postcranial remains. This genus, which is the only Neogene camelid present in Europe, rapidly expanded throughout Eurasia from North America. In this work, the autopodial elements of P. aguirrei recovered from Venta del Moro are described, among them some that were previously unknown. This study shows that P. aguirrei was considerably large, comparable in size to the giant camels of North America like Megacamelus merriami and the giant camels of Eurasia like Paracamelus gigas and Camelus knoblochi. The fieldwork in Venta del Moro was supported, from 1995 to 2012, by the Conselleria de Cultura of the Valencian Government, and by the Conselleria d’Empresa, Universitat i Ciència (Generalitat Valenciana) [Project number GV06/304], with the per-mission of the Ministerio de Fomento and the Company ADIF, of the Spanish Government. Project supported by the Spanish Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación PGC2018-094122-B-100 and CGL2016-76431-P (AEI/FEDER, UE), the Research Groups CSIC 64 1538, CAM-UCM 910607 and PVC-GIUV, and the Generalitat de Catalunya (CERCA Programme, and Beatriu de Pinós contract 2017 BP 00223 from AGAUR to J.A.). One author (VDC) is the beneficiary of a postdoctoral fellowship from the Argentinian Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET). Peer reviewed

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    Authors: Juan A. Dahlquist; Sebastián O. Verdecchia; Edgardo G. Baldo; Miguel Angelo Stipp Basei; +5 Authors

    Un plutón de edad Cámbrica temprana, conocido como plutón Guasayán, ha sido identificado en el área central de la sierra de Guasayán, noroeste de Argentina. Una edad U-Pb en concordia de 533±4 Ma fue obtenida en circones mediante LA-MC-ICP-MS. Esta edad representa el primer reporte de magmatismo Cámbrico temprano para el noroeste de las Sierras Pampeanas. El mismo está emplazado en rocas metasedimentarias de bajo grado y se caracteriza por una asociación magmática de K-feldespato fenocristales)+plagioclasa+cuarzo+biotita, con circón, apatita, ilmenita, magnetita y monacita como minerales accesorios. Geoquímicamente, la roca granítica se clasifica como una granodiorita félsica metaluminosa subalcalina con contenidos de SiO2=69,24%, Na2O+K2O=7,08%, CaO=2,45% y relaciones de Na2O/K2O=0,71 y FeO/MgO=3,58%. Los patrones de elementos de tierras rara muestran una pendiente moderada (LaN/YbN=8,05) con una ligera anomalía negativa de Eu (Eu/Eu*=0,76). Nosotros reportamos los primeros datos in situ de isótopos de Hf (εHft=-0,12 a -4,76) para circones cristalizados en granitos del Cámbrico temprano de Sierras Pampeanas, lo que aporta información crítica sobre la fuente de los magmas, permitiendo la comparación con otros granitos pampeanos. El plutón Guasayán podría proveer el enlace entre el magmatismo del Cámbrico temprano del sector central de las Sierras Pampeanas y aquel de la cordillera Oriental, contribuyendio a definir el límite occidental del paleoarco Pampeano. An Early Cambrian pluton, known as the Guasayán pluton, has been identified in the central area of Sierra de Guasayán, northwestern Argentina. A U-Pb zircon Concordia age of 533±4 Ma was obtained by LA-MC-ICP-MS and represents the first report of robustly dated Early Cambrian magmatism for the northwestern Sierras Pampeanas. The pluton was emplaced in low-grade metasedimentary rocks and its magmatic assemblage consists of K-feldspar (phenocrysts)+plagioclase+quartz+biotite, with zircon, apatite, ilmenite, magnetite and monazite as accessory minerals. Geochemically, the granitic rock is a metaluminous subalkaline felsic granodiorite with SiO2=69.24%, Na2O+K2O=7.08%, CaO=2.45%, Na2O/ K2O=0.71 and FeO/MgO=3.58%. Rare earth element patterns show moderate slope (LaN/YbN=8.05) with a slightly negative Eu anomalies (Eu/Eu*=0.76). We report the first in situ Hf isotopes data (εHft=-0.12 to-4.76) from crystallized zircons in the Early Cambrian granites of the Sierras Pampeanas, helping to constrain the magma source and enabling comparison with other Pampean granites. The Guasayán pluton might provide a link between Early Cambrian magmatism of the central Sierras Pampeanas and that of the Eastern Cordillera, contributing to define the western boundary of the Pampean paleo-arc. Facultad de Ciencias Naturales y Museo Centro de Investigaciones Geológicas

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    The seismo-electromagnetic method (SEM) can be used for non-invasive subsurface exploration. It shows interesting results for detecting fluids such as water, oil, gas, CO2, or ice, and also help to better characterise the subsurface in terms of porosity, permeability, and fractures. However, the challenge of this method is the low level of the induced signals. We first describe SEM's theoretical background, and the role of some key parameters. We then detail recent studies on SEM, through theoretical and numerical developments, and through field and laboratory observations, to show that this method can bring advantages compared to classical geophysical methods. Facultad de Ciencias Astronómicas y Geofísicas

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    Authors: Rodríguez-López, Juan Pedro; Clemmensen, Lars B.; Lancaster, Nicholas; Mountney, Nigel P.; +1 Authors

    The sedimentary record of aeolian sand systems extends from the Archean to the Quaternary, yet current understanding of aeolian sedimentary processes and product remains limited. Most preserved aeolian successions represent inland sand-sea or dunefield (erg) deposits, whereas coastal systems are primarily known from the Cenozoic. The complexity of aeolian sedimentary processes and facies variability are under-represented and excessively simplified in current facies models, which are not sufficiently refined to reliably account for the complexity inherent in bedform morphology and migratory behaviour, and therefore cannot be used to consistently account for and predict the nature of the preserved sedimentary record in terms of formative processes. Archean and Neoproterozoic aeolian successions remain poorly constrained. Palaeozoic ergs developed and accumulated in relation to the palaeogeographical location of land masses and desert belts. During the Triassic, widespread desert conditions prevailed across much of Europe. During the Jurassic, extensive ergs developed in North America and gave rise to anomalously thick aeolian successions. Cretaceous aeolian successions are widespread in South America, Africa, Asia, and locally in Europe (Spain) and the USA. Several Eocene to Pliocene successions represent the direct precursors to the presentday systems. Quaternary systems include major sand seas (ergs) in low-lattitude and mid-latitude arid regions, Pleistocene carbonate and Holocene–Modern siliciclastic coastal systems. The sedimentary record of most modern aeolian systems remains largely unknown. The majority of palaeoenvironmental reconstructions of aeolian systems envisage transverse dunes, whereas successions representing linear and star dunes remain under-recognized. Research questions that remain to be answered include: (i) what factors control the preservation potential of different types of aeolian bedforms and what are the characteristics of the deposits of different bedform types that can be used for effective reconstruction of original bedform morphology; (ii) what specific set of controlling conditions allow for sustained bedform climb versus episodic sequence accumulation and preservation; (iii) can sophisticated four-dimensional models be developed for complex patterns of spatial and temporal transition between different mechanisms of accumulation and preservation; and (iv) is it reasonable to assume that the deposits of preserved aeolian successions necessarily represent an unbiased record of the conditions that prevailed during episodes of Earth history when large-scale aeolian systems were active, or has the evidence to support the existence of other major desert basins been lost for many periods throughout Earth history? Centro de Investigaciones Geológicas

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    Authors: Ambrústolo, Pablo;

    En este artículo, evaluamos las estrategias de aprovisionamiento y reducción de obsidiana negra registradas en refugios rocosos y sitios concheros ubicados en la costa norte de la provincia de Santa Cruz, en la Patagonia argentina. Los análisis geoquímicos realizados en artefactos de obsidiana negra de esta área muestran la circulación a larga distancia de esta materia prima identificada en la fuente Pampa del Asador, ubicada aproximadamente a 400 km al oeste. En un trabajo anterior, propusimos que el registro de evidencias de explotación inicial de guijarros de obsidiana, sumado a la identificación de artefactos con altos porcentajes de corteza, sugeriría que la obtención de piezas de dicha materia prima habría estado bajo morfologías de guijarros. Los resultados de esta presentación refuerzan esa idea, al menos para contextos ocupacionales asignables al Holoceno tardío. En el Holoceno medio se observa una representación muy baja de productos de talla de tamaño muy pequeño sin reserva cortical, no se registran núcleos ni artefactos formatizados. Se evidencian actividades de talla relacionadas con estadio técnicos intermedios en el marco de la reducción del núcleo y la producción en nódulos, probablemente con tamaños pequeños o muy pequeños, y preformas bifaciales. Se infiere el probable ingreso a los sitios de piezas como parte de equipos de herramientas personales, núcleos y artefactos bifaciales sin corteza, en el marco de los momentos de exploración. Para las ocupaciones del Holoceno tardío, en función del hallazgo de guijarros de obsidiana que poseen dimensiones similares a las registradas en la propia fuente, interpretamos que su adquisición se habría producido a través de varios mecanismos vinculados, entre otros factores, con el establecimiento y fortalecimiento de relaciones sociales en el marco de circuitos de movilidad que unirían la costa y el interior. In this article, we examine the strategies behind the acquisition and reduction of black obsidian found in rock shelters and shell middens from the north coast of the Santa Cruz Province, in Argentine Patagonia. Geochemical analyses performed on black obsidian artifacts from this area posit the long-distance circulation of this raw material given its source at Pampa del Asador, located approximately 400 km to the west. In a previous article, we suggested that evidence for the initial knapping of obsidian pebbles, added to the identification of artifacts with high cortex percentage, implied that obtaining pieces of said raw material would have been based on pebble morphologies. Here we expand on this proposal, contending that this was the case at least for Late Holocene occupational contexts. During the Middle Holocene an exceptionally low representation of very small-sized debris without cortical reserve was observed; cores and tools were not registered. Knapping activities related to intermediate technical steps in the framework of core reduction and blank production were evidenced, including small and very small flakes as well as bifacial preforms. We inferred that obsidian pieces probably entered into these Middle Holocene sites as part of personal toolkits, cores and bifacial artifacts without cortex, within the framework of exploratory incursions into the area. For the Late Holocene occupations, taking into consideration the presence of obsidian pebbles, of similar dimensions to those registered at the source itself, we suggest that their procurement would have occurred through various mechanisms, such as the establishment and strengthening of social relations within the context of mobility circuits that would have linked the coast to the interior, among other factors. Facultad de Ciencias Naturales y Museo

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    Authors: Colman Lerner, Jorge Esteban; Morales, A.; Aguilar, Myriam; Giulani, D.; +7 Authors

    We present the results of a study of outdoor air quality in two comparable regions of Buenos Aires province (Argentina); La Plata and Bahía Blanca, developed jointly by researchers of the National University in both cities, and of the Hospital of Bahía Blanca, between 2009 and 2011. Both regions are characterized by a large petrochemical complex and a village with outstanding traffic. In this study, we measure levels of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), particulate matter suspended in air (PM) in air outdoor and affectation of respiratory system in children between 6 and 12 years. Also, analysis of the effect of the air pollution exposure was made through the calculation of potentially increased life time cancer risk (LCR) in children. In both regions, including three areas: urban, industrial and residential (reference area), 20 VOCs were sampled by passive monitoring (3M 3500), and determined by GC/FID, comprising n-alkanes, cycloalkanes, aromatics, chlorinated compounds, terpenoids and ketones; particulate matter (PM10) was token using a low flow sampler MiniVol TAS, and spirometry were performed, using a portable spirometer. The collected data show higher levels of PM10 in Bahía Blanca, both in the industrial zone and urban areas, the industrial area of Bahía Blanca with very bad air quality, associable with a 5% increase in mortality. The levels of total VOCs found in the residential area for both regions are comparable. Spirometry parameters of children living in an industrial area evidence respiratory disease with respect to urban and residential areas. Facultad de Ciencias Exactas Facultad de Ingeniería

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    Authors: Alejandro Serna; Luciano Raúl Prates; Emiliano Mange; Domingo C. Salazar-García; +1 Authors

    Strontium isotopes (⁸⁷Sr/⁸⁶Sr) are used as geochemical tracers for paleomobility studies because they display predictable and stable patterns in ecosystems primarily controlled by the underlying geological regimes. While bedrock geology is stable over thousands of years, geomorphological processes can influence the ⁸⁷Sr/⁸⁶Sr in ecosystems over archeologically relevant timescales. Among these geomorphological processes, the deposition and reworking of volcanic sediments over Quaternary timescales are little studied but could be an important control of ⁸⁷Sr/⁸⁶Sr variations in many archeological regions. North Patagonia is a key archeological region to address animal and human movements, and an ideal location to test the influence of Quaternary volcanism on ⁸⁷Sr/⁸⁶Sr variation as it is located downwind of major volcanic centers. In this study, we aim to assess the main environmental and geological controls of bioavailable ⁸⁷Sr/⁸⁶Sr and to build a high-resolution isoscape using a machine learning regression framework for forthcoming paleomobility studies. We sampled several locations and analyzed different types of samples (N = 94). The ratios show a limited range of variation, which is not related to the bedrock geology. Rather, bioavailable ⁸⁷Sr/⁸⁶Sr variations display a progressive increase going eastward (away from the Andes), following dust aerosol deposition and elevation variations (R² = 0.71, RMSE = 0.00041). We argue that this trend relates to the deposition and reworking of unradiogenic volcanic sediments by aeolian, fluvial and glacial erosion during the Quaternary. As most of this sediment reworking occurred during glacial periods, the current bioavailable ⁸⁷Sr/⁸⁶Sr variations across the study area likely represent a long-term average that varied little during the Holocene. Consequently, our isoscape provides a solid base for Holocene paleomobility studies in North Patagonia and underlines the importance of Quaternary volcanism processes for interpreting ⁸⁷Sr/⁸⁶Sr data in paleomobility studies in volcanic regions. Facultad de Ciencias Naturales y Museo

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    Authors: Alvarez Contreras, Denis Gustavo Bernabé; Cordoba, Axel Leonel;

    La tabla periódica de los elementos es una de las herramientas de mayor importancia en las ciencias. Tomando como base algunas de sus versiones más modernas se ha desarrollado una tabla periódica asociada a las ciencias geológicas, la cual respeta el ordenamiento de la tabla original creada por el ruso Dmitri Mendeléyev en 1869 y posee una serie de características distintivas con un formato sencillo, facilitando su entendimiento y utilización. Tomando en cuenta su enfoque geológico, posee novedades como imágenes de los minerales donde el elemento se encuentra en forma natural, símbolos indicativos de elementos artificiales y sintéticos, como también de los elementos principales en la corteza, manto y núcleo. Por otra parte, resaltan la clasificación geoquímica de Goldschmidt y las formas de los elementos con base en su respectivo sistema cristalino, dando una perspectiva muy visual. Así también fueron incluidas distintas herramientas de mucha utilidad en el área como la conocida serie de Bowen, categorizaciones de elementos compatibles e incompatibles, casos típicos del diagrama de Piper y diagrama de Stiff. Para aumentar la interacción y comprensión entre el usuario y la tabla, esta cuenta con elementos externos a la misma (cartas) que incorporan realidad aumentada, lo que permite aprender de manera más sencilla, didáctica y entretenida sobre la estructura atómica de los elementos químicos en 3D. Solo basta con escanear el dorso de la carta con el celular para observar su estructura. The periodic table of the elements is one of the most important tools in science. Based on some of its more modern versions, a periodic table associated with the geological sciences has been developed, which respects the order of the original table created by the russian Dmitri Mendeléyev in 1869 and has a series of distinctive characteristics with a simple format, facilitating its understanding and use. Based on its geological approach, it has new developments such as images of minerals where the element is naturally found, symbols indicative of artificial and synthetic elements, as well as the main elements in the cortex, mantle and core. In adittion, they highlight the Goldschmidt geochemical classification and the shapes of the elements based on the respective crystalline system, giving a very visual perspective. So were also included different useful tools in the área such as the well- known Bowen series, categorizations of compatible and incompatible elements, typical cases of the Piper and Stiff diagrams. To increase the interaction and understanding between the user and the table, it has external elements (cards) that incorporate augmented reality, making it easier, didactic and entertaining to learn about the atomic structure of the chemical elements in 3D. Simply scan the back of the cards with your cell phone to look at its structure. Facultad de Informática

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    Authors: Heidi Hammond; María Laura Ciampagna;

    Se presentan los resultados del programa experimental realizado sobre exoesqueletos calcáreos actuales de Nacella magellanica (Patellidae, Gasteropoda). Esta especie de molusco es una de las principales que compone los concheros arqueológicos en Patagonia continental argentina. Se buscó obtener evidencias de rasgos diagnósticos y modificaciones generadas sobre los exoesqueletos como consecuencia del proceso de exposición térmica. Diferentes muestras fueron sometidas a la quema controlada bajo condiciones de laboratorio en una mufla con termocupla digital para obtener mayor control sobre las temperaturas (de 0°C a 700°C). Se llevó a cabo el análisis estructural, cromático y textural de las muestras expuestas al calor. Se realizó una primera aproximación a la aplicación de los indicadores obtenidos en el trabajo experimental para el estudio y la interpretación de conjuntos arqueomalacológicos recuperados en excavaciones sistemáticas en concheros de la costa norte de Santa Cruz, Patagonia argentina. Esta información se complementó con estudios antracológicos de carbones recuperados en los mismos sitios. La contrastación de los resultados experimentales y de los restos arqueomalacológicos permitió estimar que las conchas arqueológicas habrían estado sometidas hasta temperaturas de entre 300°C y 400°C. Finalmente, se destaca la importancia del enfoque experimental para comprender características de materiales que conforman los sitios arqueológicos. The results of the experimental program on current calcareous exoskeletons of Nacella magellanica (Patellidae, Gasteropoda) are presented. This species of mollusc is one of the main that composes the archaeological shell middens in continental Patagonia argentine. We sought to obtain evidence of diagnostic features and modifications generated on the exoskeletons as a consequence of the thermal exposure process. Different samples were submitted to controlled burning under laboratory conditions in a muffle with digital thermocouple to obtain greater control over temperatures (from 0°C to 700°C). Structural, chromatic and textural analysis of samples exposed to heat were carried out. A first approach to the application of the indicators obtained in the experimental program for the analysis and interpretation of arqueomalacologicas assemblages recovered in systematic excavations in shell middens on the northern coast of Santa Cruz, Patagonia Argentina, was performed. This information was complemented with anthracological studies of carbons recovered in the same sites. The analysis of the experimental results and archaeomalacological remains allowed us to estimate that archaeological shells would have been subjected to temperatures of between 300°C and 400°C. Finally, the importance of the experimental approach is highlighted to understand characteristics of materials that make up the archaeological sites. Facultad de Ciencias Naturales y Museo

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    Authors: Leandro Rodrigues Capítulo; Silvina Claudia Carretero; Eduardo Emilio Kruse;

    The efects of aforestation on groundwater recharge—which is the only source of drinking water supply in the Pinamar District (Partido de Pinamar), located on the eastern coast of the Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina—are analysed. The study area is characterised by a sand-dune barrier parallel to the coast, where freshwater lenses accumulate. These are bounded to the west by the brackish water of the continental plain and to the east by the seawater. Soil texture makes it possible to infer the infltration capacity. Methods associated with groundwater table fuctuations, hydrodynamics, hydrochemistry and the characteristics of stable isotopes (²H and ¹⁸O) in groundwater were used. In order to confrm the results, daily water balances were carried out. Recharge variations were quantifed based on periodic groundwater table records and water balances. A decrease in recharge was verifed in forested areas with respect to non-forested areas (bare soil). The groundwater fow (hydraulic gradients), the electrical conductivity of groundwater and the fractionation of stable isotopes indicate that the higher evapotranspiration in areas with tree cover leads to a decrease in water surplus and in the possibilities for groundwater table recharge. The efects of aforestation on recharge and, therefore, on good-quality shallow groundwater reserves constitute a key element in planning the sustainable use of the water resources. Centro de Estudios Integrales de la Dinámica Exógena

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    Authors: Oscar Caballero; Plini Montoya; Vicente D. Crespo; Jorge Morales; +1 Authors

    [ES] Venta del Moro es una localidad clásica del Mioceno final (Ventiense, MN13) de la cuenca del Cabriel de Valencia (España). Este yacimiento es la localidad tipo de nueve especies de mamíferos. Entre ellas se encuentra el camélido Paracamelus agu-irrei, que fue descrito a partir de su dentición superior, un tercer premolar inferior (p3) y algunos elementos del esqueleto postcraneal. Este género, que es el único camélido presente en Europa durante el Neógeno, se expandió rápidamente a lo largo de toda Eurasia desde América del Norte. En este trabajo se describen los elementos autopodiales de P. aguirrei recupera-dos de Venta del Moro, algunos de ellos descritos por primera vez. Este estudio muestra que P. aguirrei fue un camélido de tamaño grande, similar en talla a las formas gigantes norteamericanas como Megacamelus merriami y a las formas gigantes euroasiáticas como Paracamelus gigas y Camelus knoblochi. [EN] Venta del Moro is a classical locality from the late Miocene (Ventian, MN13) of the Cabriel basin from Valencia (Spain). This site is the type locality of nine mammal species. Among them, is the camelid Paracamelus aguirrei, which was defined by its upper dentition, a lower third premolar (p3), and some postcranial remains. This genus, which is the only Neogene camelid present in Europe, rapidly expanded throughout Eurasia from North America. In this work, the autopodial elements of P. aguirrei recovered from Venta del Moro are described, among them some that were previously unknown. This study shows that P. aguirrei was considerably large, comparable in size to the giant camels of North America like Megacamelus merriami and the giant camels of Eurasia like Paracamelus gigas and Camelus knoblochi. The fieldwork in Venta del Moro was supported, from 1995 to 2012, by the Conselleria de Cultura of the Valencian Government, and by the Conselleria d’Empresa, Universitat i Ciència (Generalitat Valenciana) [Project number GV06/304], with the per-mission of the Ministerio de Fomento and the Company ADIF, of the Spanish Government. Project supported by the Spanish Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación PGC2018-094122-B-100 and CGL2016-76431-P (AEI/FEDER, UE), the R