Biochronological data for the middle pleistocene site of Grotte de la Carrière (Lachambre karstic complex, Corneilla-De-Conflent, Eastern Pyrenees, Southern France) inferred from the small-mammal assemblage

@article{Garca2016BiochronologicalDF,
  title={Biochronological data for the middle pleistocene site of Grotte de la Carri{\`e}re (Lachambre karstic complex, Corneilla-De-Conflent, Eastern Pyrenees, Southern France) inferred from the small-mammal assemblage},
  author={Juan Manuel L{\'o}pez Garc{\'i}a and Elisa Luzi and Marc Furi{\'o} and Ivette Susanna and Manel Llenas and Joan Madurell Malapeira},
  journal={Quaternaire},
  year={2016},
  pages={133-138}
}
The Embulla Mountain, located between the municipalities of Ria and Corneilla-de-Conflent (Eastern Pyrenees), possesses a large karstic complex with more than 20 caves situated at different altitudinal levels. Lachambre Cave, with more than 26 km of galleries, is the largest of these. The research carried out by the authors since 2011 has led to the discovery of several Middle to Late Pleistocene sites. Grotte de la Carriere is one of these newly discovered sites. The first paleontological… Expand

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