Correlation of English and German Middle Pleistocene fluvial sequences based on mammalian biostratigraphy

@article{Schreve2002CorrelationOE,
  title={Correlation of English and German Middle Pleistocene fluvial sequences based on mammalian biostratigraphy},
  author={D. Schreve and D. Bridgland},
  journal={Netherlands Journal of Geosciences - Geologie en Mijnbouw},
  year={2002},
  volume={81},
  pages={357 - 373}
}
Abstract In this paper interglacial mammalian assemblages from key Middle Pleistocene fluvial sites in Germany are compared to Mammal Assemblage-Zones (MAZs) recently established in the post-Anglian/Elsterian sequence of the Lower Thames, U.K. It is believed that four separate interglacials are represented by the Lower Thames MAZs, correlated with oxygen isotope stages (OIS) 11, 9, 7 and substage 5e (although the last of these is Late Pleistocene). Nowhere in Germany can a full sequence of… Expand
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