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paleontologist

Emiliano Aguirre was Spanish paleontologist. Achievements include discovery of 30 new fossiliferous sites of Cenezoic age. Recipient Golden Medal, Geology College Official, 1997, Aragonia prize.

Background

Aguirre, Emiliano was born on October 5, 1925 in Ferrol, Spain. Son of Luis and Maria Enriquez.

Education

Degree, University Complutense Madrid, 1955. Degree, University Complutense Madrid, 1959. Doctor of Science, University Complutense Madrid, 1966.

Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), University La Coruna, 2001.

Career

Palentology professor University Complutense Madrid, 1966—1968, professor, 1971—1974, 1982—1984, University Zaragoza, Spain, 1978—1979. Science researcher Spanish National Research Council, Madrid, 1974—1977, 1979—1982. Research professor Museum National Science, 1984—1990, emeritus researcher, since 1990.

Achievements

  • Achievements include discovery of 30 new fossiliferous sites of Cenezoic age.

Connections

Married Carmen Bule Aguirre, April 25, 1975.

father:
Luis Enriquez

mother:
Maria Enriquez

spouse:
Carmen Bule Aguirre