A new contribution to the Late Quaternary tephrostratigraphy of the Mediterranean: Aegean Sea core LC21
Tephra layers preserved in marine sediments can contribute to the reconstruction of volcanic histories and potentially act as stratigraphic isochrons to link together environmental records. Recent developments in the detection of volcanic ash (tephra) at levels where none is macroscopically visible (so-called ‘crypto-tephra’) have greatly enhanced the potential of tephrostratigraphy for synchronising environmental and archaeological records by expanding the areas over which tephras are found....[Show more]
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|Source:||Quaternary Science Reviews|
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