The first human occupations in southwestern France: A revised summary twenty years after the Abbeville/Saint Riquier colloquium

@article{Turq2010TheFH,
  title={The first human occupations in southwestern France: A revised summary twenty years after the Abbeville/Saint Riquier colloquium},
  author={A. Turq and M. Brenet and David Colonge and M. Jarry and L. Lelouvier and M. O'farrell and J. Jaubert},
  journal={Quaternary International},
  year={2010},
  volume={223},
  pages={383-398}
}
Abstract At the Abbeville/Saint Riquier colloquium, two regional syntheses for southwestern France were proposed. One discussed the northern Aquitaine Basin ( Delpech et al., 1995 ), the other the southern basin of the Garonne and the Pyrenean Piedmont ( Jaubert and Servelle, 1996 ). Since then, research has focused on the classic sequences of Barbas I, La Micoque and Coudoulous I, or on little published sites, such as Lanne-Darre on the Lannemezan plateau ( Colonge, 2005a ; Colonge and Texier… Expand
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