RADIOCARBON DATES FROM SOIL PROFILES IN THE TEOTIHUACÁN VALLEY, MEXICO: INDICATORS OF GEOMORPHOLOGICAL PROCESSES

@inproceedings{Tapia2005RADIOCARBONDF,
  title={RADIOCARBON DATES FROM SOIL PROFILES IN THE TEOTIHUAC{\'A}N VALLEY, MEXICO: INDICATORS OF GEOMORPHOLOGICAL PROCESSES},
  author={Emily Mcclung De Tapia and Irma Dom{\'i}nguez Rubio and Jorge Enrique Gama Castro and Elizabeth Solleiro and Sergey Sedov},
  year={2005}
}
Radiocarbon dates largely obtained from bulk soil samples in 24 soil profiles in the Teotihuac·n Valley, Mexico, are reported insofar as they represent a first step towards developing a sequence of soil formation, erosion, vegetation change, and human impact during the Holocene. Limitations of 14C dating in the area are considered, particularly the absence of charcoal in sediments and poor preservation of pollen. A broad temporal scheme is proposed to guide future research in which 4 periods… CONTINUE READING

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