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Fauna Database C1 Spatial

Database containing information about faunal assemblages of Middle and Upper Palaeolithic archaeological sites of the Iberian Peninsula.
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Luminescence dating Project C1 Spain Spatial

Luminescence ages and additional information about palaeodose estimation and dosimetry. Optically stimulated luminescence dating was carried out on 23 quartz and feldspar samples using different measurement protocols (OSL, IRSL, postIR IRSL at various temperatures). Thermoluminescence dating of heated silex was applied to 5 samples using a SAR protocol.
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Luminescence dating Project C1 Portugal Spatial

Luminescence ages and additional information about palaeodose estimation and dosimetry. Thermoluminescence dating of heated silex was applied to 8 samples using various measurement protocols (SAR, MAAD).
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Lake Banyoles (northeastern Spain): A Last Glacial to Holocene multi-proxy study with regard to environmental variability and human occupation. doi

Analyses of a 67-m long sediment core from Lake Banyoles (northeastern Spain) have revealed evidence for the palaeoclimate history of the northern Iberian Peninsula. Investigations have included highresolution and non-destructive sediment-physical, geochemical, and optical methods to generate proxies indicative of sedimentologic variability and climate change. Primary stratigraphic control is based on 14 C and U-series dates of organic and inorganic material, as well as tephra from the Late Pleistocene...
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The Holocene archaeological sequence and sedimentological processes at Ifri Oudadane, NE Morocco doi Spatial

The coastal site of Ifri Oudadane is one of the most important sites in the Mediterranean Maghreb. Recent excavations have provided a stratigraphy featuring the transition from Epipalaeolithic hunter-gatherers to Neolithic food producers. This transitional process could be defined by various features. The sedimentological field description revealed a change from homogenous sediment to more structured deposits, and similar to the so-called “fumiers” that are characteristic of animal husbandry in caves...
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