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Differentiation of the British late Middle Pleistocene interglacials: the evidence from mammalian biostratigraphy
Abstract Acknowledgement of the climatic complexities of the marine oxygen isotope (δ18O) record has inspired fresh investigations into methods of identifying and separating interglacial deposits onExpand
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Pronounced warmth during early Middle Pleistocene interglacials: Investigating the Mid-Brunhes Event in the British terrestrial sequence
The Mid-Brunhes Event (MBE) is a climatic transition occurring between MIS 13 and 11 that separates two climatic modes: (1) early Middle Pleistocene interglacials (780–450 ka) that are characterisedExpand
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Marine Isotope Stage 11: Palaeoclimates, palaeoenvironments and its role as an analogue for the current interglacial
Abstract Interglacials of the Quaternary Period are currently the focus of a great deal of attention within the scientific community. This is primarily because they play a vital role inExpand
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The taphonomy of a Middle Devensian (MIS 3) vertebrate assemblage from Lynford, Norfolk, UK, and its implications for Middle Palaeolithic subsistence strategies
The association of a rich lithic assemblage with a Middle Devensian mammalian assemblage at Lynford was initially thought indicative of a mammoth butchery locality, a rare occurrence for a EuropeanExpand
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The colonization history of British water vole (Arvicola amphibius (Linnaeus, 1758)): origins and development of the Celtic fringe
The terminal Pleistocene and Early Holocene, a period from 15 000 to 18 000 Before Present (BP), was critical in establishing the current Holarctic fauna, with temperate-climate species largelyExpand
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Mammalian evidence from Middle Pleistocene fluvial sequences for complex environmental change at the oxygen isotope substage level
Abstract Mammalian remains have proved to be a uniquely valuable tool in differentiating between the various temperate episodes of the late Middle Pleistocene in Britain. Long fluvial records, suchExpand
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Island Britain – Peninsula Britain: Palaeogeography, Colonisation, and the Lower Palaeolithic Settlement of the British Isles
Britain's geographical status has fluctuated between an island and a peninsula of Europe several times over the past 500 kya, as sea-levels rose and fell in response to global climate change. In thisExpand
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Hovk 1 and the Middle and Upper Paleolithic of Armenia: a preliminary framework.
The territory of present day Armenia is a geographic contact zone between the Near East and the northern Caucasus. Armenian Middle and Upper Paleolithic records are both few and patchy as a result ofExpand
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The British Pleistocene fluvial archive: East Midlands drainage evolution and human occupation in the context of the British and NW European record
This paper reviews the Pleistocene evolution and human occupation of the River Trent, the major fluvial artery draining Midland Britain, and places it within a modern Quaternary context. In contrastExpand
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Mammalian biostratigraphy of the later Middle Pleistocene in Britain
This study explores and develops the potential of fossil mammals to differentiate between the various climatic episodes of the post-Anglian Middle Pleistocene in Britain. Mammalian fossils areExpand
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