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Sea-Level Highstand 81,000 Years Ago in Mallorca
Standing High Sea-level rises and falls as Earth's giant ice sheets shrink and grow. It has been thought that sea level around 81,000 years ago—well into the last glacial period—was 15 to 20 metersExpand
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Tracks and trackways of Myotragus balearicus Bate (Artiodactyla, Caprinae) in Pleistocene aeolianites from Mallorca (Balearic Islands, Western Mediterranean)
Tracks and trackways of the ruminant goat, Myotragus balearicus Bate, 1909 are abundant in the Late Pleistocene aeolianites of the south coast of Mallorca, Spain. The carbonate aeolianites formExpand
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Late Pleistocene carbonate aeolianites on Mallorca, Western Mediterranean: a luminescence chronology
Abstract Coastal outcrops of Upper Pleistocene deposits in north-eastern Mallorca (Balearic Islands, Spain) have been examined and a chronological framework established using Optically StimulatedExpand
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Late Pleistocene Paleoclimates and sea-level change in the Mediterranean as inferred from stable isotope and U-series studies of overgrowths on speleothems, Mallorca, Spain
Abstract Phreatic overgrowths on speleothems form at the surface of brackish pools which are present in many coastal caves of Mallorca (Spain). Unlike common vadose speleothems formed in subaerialExpand
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Microbial communities in a coastal cave: Cova des Pas de Vallgornera (Mallorca, Western Mediterranean)
This research was funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Innovation (MINECO) projects CGL2010-18616, CGL2011-24318 and Consolider CSD2009-00006, as well as funds for competitive researchExpand
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Islands beneath islands: phylogeography of a groundwater amphipod crustacean in the Balearic archipelago
BackgroundMetacrangonyctidae (Amphipoda, Crustacea) is an enigmatic continental subterranean water family of marine origin (thalassoid). One of the species in the genus, Metacrangonyx longipes, isExpand
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Dust rains in Mallorca (Western Mediterranean): Their occurrence and role in some recent geological processes
Abstract Dust rains were observed in Palma de Mallorca (Island of Mallorca, Western Mediterranean) on 253 days in the 22-year period from 1982 to 2003. These and other data from the WesternExpand
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Two‐hourly surface change on supra‐tidal rock (Marengo, Victoria, Australia)
A traversing micro-erosion meter was used to measure rock surface micro-topography over 40 cm2 on a supra-tidal cliff face from early morning to late evening in late spring. From 06:00 hours to 22:00Expand
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Middle Pleistocene magnetostratigraphy and susceptibility stratigraphy: data from a carbonate aeolian system, Mallorca, Western Mediterranean
Abstract This study shows that successions of Pleistocene carbonate aeolian deposits can be placed successfully in a geochronologic framework using magnetostratigraphic and susceptibilityExpand
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