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Early Pleistocene human occupation at the edge of the boreal zone in northwest Europe
The dispersal of early humans from Africa by 1.75 Myr ago led to a marked expansion of their range, from the island of Flores in the east to the Iberian peninsula in the west. This range encompassedExpand
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Hominin Footprints from Early Pleistocene Deposits at Happisburgh, UK
Investigations at Happisburgh, UK, have revealed the oldest known hominin footprint surface outside Africa at between ca. 1 million and 0.78 million years ago. The site has long been recognised forExpand
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Deserted Britain: declining populations in the British Late Middle Pleistocene
This paper defines the potential reasons for low population levels in Oxygen Isotope Stages 6–4: climate, habitat preferences and sea level.
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New evidence for complex climate change in MIS 11 from Hoxne, Suffolk, UK
The climatic signal of Marine Isotope Stage (MIS) 11 is well-documented in marine and ice-sheet isotopic records and is known to comprise at least two major warm episodes with an intervening coolExpand
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The fluvial system response to abrupt climate change during the last cold stage: the Upper Pleistocene River Thames fluvial succession at Ashton Keynes, UK
Abstract The last interglacial–glacial cycle (125–10 ka BP) is characterised by numerous rapid shifts in global climate on sub-Milankovitch timescales, recorded in the ocean and ice core records.Expand
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Terrestrial environments during MIS 11: evidence from the Palaeolithic site at West Stow, Suffolk, UK
Abstract Multidisciplinary investigations of the sequence at Beeches Pit, West Stow (Suffolk, UK), have a direct bearing the age of the Hoxnian Interglacial and its correlation with the continentalExpand
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The Upper Pleistocene deposits at Cassington, near Oxford, England
For much of the Middle and all of the Upper Pleistocene the Upper Thames valley has remained outside the limit of ice advance. The main agents of landform evolution have been the River Thames and itsExpand
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The interpretation and context of the High Lodge Industries
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Pleistocene fluvial sediments, palaeontology and archaeology of the upper River Thames at Latton, Wiltshire, England
Pleistocene fluvial sediments of the Northmoor Member of the Upper Thames Formation exposed at Latton, Wiltshire, record episodic deposition close to the Churn–Thames confluence possibly spanning theExpand
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Middle Pleistocene stratigraphy and archaeology around Mildenhall and Icklingham, Suffolk: report on the Geologists' Association Field Meeting, 27 June, 1992
Four sites in the Mildenhall-Icklingham district, all of which are known for their Lower Palaeolithic archaeological assemblages, are described and their stratigraphy is summarized. Three of theseExpand
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