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The Palaeolithic locality Schöningen (Germany): A review of the mammalian record
Abstract Quaternary deposits had to be removed to get access to, and to explore the Palaeogene lignite in the area east of the village of Schoningen (Germany), and by removing the top-layers a numberExpand
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On the application of fossil mammals to the reconstruction of the palaeoenvironment of northwestern Europe
The fossil record from the Quaternary deposits of the Northern European Plain shows palaeobotanical as well as palaeozoological associations that differ in various degrees from the extant flora andExpand
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Early Middle Pleistocene mammalian faunas from Kärlich and Miesenheim I and their biostratigraphical implications
The Kärlich and Miesenheim I localities are situated in the Neuwied Basin, in the Central Rhineland of Germany. The Pleistocene deposits in the Kärlich clay-pit have yielded several stratified faunasExpand
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Neanderthals as part of the Broader Late Pleistocene Megafauna Extinctions
Book description: What role did Ice Age climate play in the demise of the Neanderthals, and why was it that modern humans alone survived? For the past seven years a team of international experts fromExpand
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Palaeoecology and Archaeology of the Kärlich–Seeufer Open-Air Site (Middle Pleistocene) in the Central Rhineland, Germany
Abstract The Karlich–Seeufer archaeological site in Germany's central Rhineland was excavated between 1980 and 1992. The site provides evidence for hominid activity during a Middle PleistoceneExpand
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Mammalian remains in a Palaeolithic context
Palaeolithic industries are often associated with fossil mammalian remains which can inform us nol only on the subsistence of our Palaeolithic ancestors but can also be used for a reconstruction ofExpand
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Pleistocene Mammals from the Netherlands
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Die Vertebraten des Interglazials von Schöningen 12B
Les restes fauniques de Schoningen 12B sont varies. A cote de l'ichtyofaune on trouve des reptiles, des oiseaux et des mammiferes. Plus de 1000 restes osseux de grands mammiferes ont ete recenses. CeExpand
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Formal ratification of the GSSP for the base of the Calabrian Stage (second stage of the Pleistocene Series, Quaternary System)
The Calabrian Stage is now formally defined by the Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) at Vrica, Calabria, Italy. This GSSP had previously defined the base of the Pleistocene Series.Expand
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