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  • Belgium ; Geological field;Site;Deposits ; Karst ; Liège ; Mammals ; Paleontology ; Pleistocene ; Quaternary ; Stratigraphy
  • The Pleistocene hominid site of Ternifine, Algeria : new results on the environment, age, and human industries
  • Algérie ; Domaine méditerranéen ; Histoire de la géographie ; Mascara ; Paléo-environnement ; Pléistocène inférieur ; Pléistocène moyen ; Préhistoire ; Quaternaire zone chaude ; Site archéologique ; Ternifine ; Tighenif
  • The fossils were deposited in a swamp or lake surrounded by a very open, dry environment. According to paleontological data, 700,000 yr B.P. is a likely age for the Ternifine deposits, which is consistent with the paleomagnetic results.
  • A geo-paleontological synthesis of the Gondwana formations of Uruguay in Gondwana Five. Selected papers and abstracts of papers.
  • evidence of freshwater influence in the sedimentary environment of this important paleontological site occurring at the border between two prevailing marine units (the Schlern/Sciliar Dolostone and the Val Degano Formation). - (NF)
  • Four calvarial (=skull roof) bones from the Fusea vertebratebearing site (uppermost Ladinian or lowermost Carnian), near Tolmezzo (Udine Province, northeastern Italy) provide the first unambiguous record of lungfish (Dipnoi) in Italy
  • taxon to be added to the diverse vertebrate assemblage discovered in the Fusea site, formed by nothosauroids, cyamodontoid placodonts, protorosaurian Tanystropheus, small archosaurians, and elasmobranchian and actinopterygian fishes. These fishes provide
  • Late Pleistocene geology and paleontology of Amboseli National Park, Kenya in Palaeoecology of Africa and the surrounding islands-Vol 13.
  • An exceptionally rich paleontological site containing thousands of mammalian fossils and well-dated with 18 radiocarbon samples provides evidence of late-Holocene ecological response to climatic change in northern Yellostone National Park, Wyoming
  • les études des restes de coléoptères, collectés à 2 sites de glaciation tardive sur l'île du Cap-Breton, donnent une image du paléomilieu et du paléoclimat durant la transition de l'Allerød - Dryas récent, dans la région des Maritimes. Un indicateur
  • [b1] Paleontology Laboratory, Museum, New Brunswick, Canada
  • Possibility for subdividing apparently homogeneous depositional sequences by combined use of sedimentological, paleontological and mathematical methods
  • Holocene ; Lateglacial ; Methodology ; Paleo-environment ; Paleontology ; Palynology ; Pollen analysis
  • This study applies a number of multivariate numerical techniques in the analysis of modern and fossil pollen data for the purpose of paleovegetational reconstruction in the Tibetan Plateau. Modern pollen spectra from 227 sampling sites
  • [b2] Nanjing Inst. of Geology and Paleontology, Nanjing, Chine
  • Etude des coléoptères trouvés dans 3 sites glaciaires tardifs de l'Ile du Cap-Breton, Nouvelle-Ecosse, Canada, et des données fournies sur les paramètres climatiques de l'intervalle 12 600 à 10 400 avant le Présent. Les Coléoptères ont réagi tout
  • [b1] Steinhammer Paleontology Lab., New Brunswick Museum, Saint John, Canada
  • Datation ; Epoque romaine ; Grèce ; Géoarchéologie ; Littoral ; Luminescence stimulée optiquement ; Messinía ; Niveau marin ; Néotectonique ; Pelopónnisos ; Quaternaire ; Site archéologique ; Terrasse marine ; Thermoluminescence
  • Archeological site ; Coastal environment ; Dating ; Geoarchaeology ; Greece ; Marine terrace ; Neotectonics ; Optically stimulated luminescence ; Peloponnese ; Quaternary ; Roman era ; Sea level ; Thermoluminescence
  • important indicators of coastal displacement. Specifically, Hellenistic and Roman archaeological sites are useful markers of tectonic subsidence and thus they demonstrate localised diversions from the general pattern of uplift.
  • [b3] Fac. of Geology and Geoenvironment, Dept. of Historical Geology and Paleontology, Univ., Athènes, Grece
  • Charbon de bois ; Datation C 14 ; Egée mer ; Foraminifère ; Grèce ; Géoarchéologie ; Holocène ; Ile ; Niveau marin ; Paléogéographie ; Quaternaire ; Relation homme-environnement ; Site archéologique ; Stratigraphie
  • Aegean Sea ; Archeological site ; C 14 dating ; Charcoal ; Foraminifera ; Geoarchaeology ; Greece ; Holocene ; Island ; Man-environment relations ; Palaeogeography ; Quaternary ; Sea level ; Stratigraphy
  • [b2] Dep. of Historical Geology and Paleontology, Fac. of geology and Geoenvironment, National and Kapodistrian Univ., Athènes, Grece
  • Authors present the results of a sedimentological and paleontological investigation of the Quaternary sequence of three samples collected in the vicinity of Petervására (N-Hungary). The age and origin of the samples was determined by laboratory
  • in this paper are based primarily on more recent geomorphic and stratigraphic data from a number of dated localities throughout the region, with a variety of supporting evidence from paleontology and archaeology.
  • A reconstruction of vegetation and environment in the East-Slovakian Lowland in the young Holocene is made on the basis of paleontology, palynology and archeology. A negative human settlement impact on vegetation, animals and landscape is visible
  • in the Great Hungarian Plain and the denudation chronology of the Hungarian Mountains are studied with the application of geological, sedimentological, stratigraphical, paleontological and geomorphological methods and various absolute dating techniques. DLO).
  • Collection of seminar papers prepared for the session organized by INQUA Hungarian National Committee, Budapest, October 1984. Results achieved in several earth science fields such as stratigraphy, geomorphology, paleontology, pedology
  • The geomorphological, lithostratigraphical, paleontological and paleomagnetic data were considered together for the profile of the Gyongyosvisonta open cast lignite mine pit. (DLO).