Pollen and mammals from the late Early Pleistocene site of Saticula (Sant'Agata de' Goti, Benevento, Italy)

@inproceedings{Ermolli2010PollenAM,
  title={Pollen and mammals from the late Early Pleistocene site of Saticula (Sant'Agata de' Goti, Benevento, Italy)},
  author={Elda Russo Ermolli and Raffaele Sardella and Giovanni Di Maio and Carmelo Petronio and Nicoletta Santangelo},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract A fluvio-lacustrine succession was discovered in 1995 at Saticula, near Sant'Agata de' Goti (Benevento), below a thick volcaniclastic deposit sealed by the “Ignimbrite Campana” formation (39 ka). Vertebrate fossil remains and pollen were recovered in the excavated sections. Pollen analysis allowed recognition of two pollen zones, the first being characterised by a Quercus-Carya mixed deciduous forest which was probably present in the plain and on the slopes surrounding the Caudina… CONTINUE READING