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Following the last Neanderthals: Mammal tracks in Late Pleistocene coastal dunes of Gibraltar (S Iberian Peninsula)
Abstract The aeolian Pleistocene deposits recorded in the Rock of Gibraltar (S Iberian Peninsula) present a significant sedimentary thickness that fills the wide sea caves and covers its steepExpand
First vertebrate tracks and palaeoenvironment in a MIS-5 context in the Doñana National Park (Huelva, SW Spain)
Abstract A Late Pleistocene surface full of tracks and trackways (named ‘Matalascanas Trampled Surface’) has been exposed at the base of the ‘El Asperillo’ cliff (Donana National Park, Matalascanas,Expand
Abstract: Well-preserved tracks of the wild boar Sus scrofa are described from the Matalascañas Trampled Surface (MTS) in the upper Pleistocene aeolian basal unit of the El Asperillo Cliff, HuelvaExpand
Facies analysis, foraminiferal record and chronostratigraphy of Holocene sequences from Saltés Island (Tinto-Odiel estuary, SW Spain): The origin of high-energy deposits
Abstract A multidisciplinary analysis of Holocene sediments from La Cascajera (Tinto-Odiel estuary, SW Spain) has allowed to differentiate five sedimentary facies (sandy tidal flat, clayey tidalExpand
Where did Christopher Columbus start?: The estuarine scenario of a historical date
Abstract On August 3, 1492, Christopher Columbus departed from the port of Palos de la Frontera, located in a small cove in southwestern Spain, and returned to this same port on March 15, 1493. OnExpand
The Origin and Evolution of Late Holocene Tsunamiites in the Doñana National Park (SW Spain): Trace Elements as Geochemical Proxies
The elemental content—mainly trace elements—of samples from two boreholes (PLN, CM) with evidence of tsunamiites, located in the Donana National Park (SW Spain), were studied. The geochemicalExpand
A new roman fish-salting workshop in the Saltés Island (Tinto-Odiel Estuary, SW Spain): La Cascajera and its archaeological and geological context
espanolLa costa suratlantica de la Peninsula Iberica posee un importante legado romano que incluye numerosos talleres halieuticos, con una actividad que se desarrollo durante casi un milenio (siglo IExpand
Water use patterns and physiological interactions in Submediterranean mixed forests: methodological challenges and implications for ecohydrology
En aquesta tesi hem estudiat el comportament fisiologic i els patrons de l’us de l’aigua en relacio a la sequera en pins i roures submediterranis, tant en experiments de laboratori com en condicionsExpand