Chronology and Faunal Remains of the Khayrgas Cave (Eastern Siberia, Russia)

@article{Kuzmin2016ChronologyAF,
  title={Chronology and Faunal Remains of the Khayrgas Cave (Eastern Siberia, Russia)},
  author={Y. Kuzmin and P. Kosintsev and A. Stepanov and G. Boeskorov and R. Cruz},
  journal={Radiocarbon},
  year={2016},
  volume={59},
  pages={575 - 582}
}
Abstract The Khayrgas Cave in Yakutia (eastern Siberia) is one of the most important Upper Paleolithic sites in northern Asia, and has been the subject of extensive 14C dating and study of mammal bones. The upper part of the cave sequence (Layers 2–4) dates to the Holocene (~4100–8200 BP), and the lower part (Layers 5–7) to the Late Pleistocene (~13,100–21,500 BP). In Layers 2–4, only extant animal species are known; ecologically they belong to a forest-type ecosystem. In Layers 5–7, several… Expand
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