10Be dating of the Main Terrace level in the Amblève valley (Ardennes, Belgium): new age constraint on the archaeological and palaeontological filling of the Belle-Roche palaeokarst

@inproceedings{Rixhon201410BeDO,
  title={10Be dating of the Main Terrace level in the Ambl{\`e}ve valley (Ardennes, Belgium): new age constraint on the archaeological and palaeontological filling of the Belle-Roche palaeokarst},
  author={Gilles Rixhon and Didier Bourl{\`e}s and R{\'e}gis Braucher and Lionel Siame and J. T. Cordy and Adeline Demoulin},
  year={2014}
}
It is still disputed whether very old archaeological and palaeontological remains found in the Belle-Roche palaeocave (eastern Belgium) pertain to the Early (∼1 Ma) or Middle (∼0.5 Ma) Pleistocene. Here, in situ-produced cosmogenic 10Be concentrations from a depth profile in nearby sediments of the Belle-Roche terrace (Ambleve Main Terrace level) are used as an indirect solution of this chronological issue. The distribution of 10Be concentrations in the upper 3 m of this profile displays the… CONTINUE READING
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