Marín, Juan Saladié, Palmira Rodríguez-Hidalgo, Antonio and Carbonell, Eudald 2017. Ungulate carcass transport strategies at the Middle Palaeolithic site of Abric Romaní (Capellades, Spain). Comptes Rendus Palevol, Vol. 16, Issue. 1, p. 103.
Bisbal-Chinesta, Josep Francesc and Blain, Hugues-Alexandre 2017. Long-term changes in composition and distribution patterns in the Iberian herpetofaunal communities since the latest Pleistocene. Quaternary Science Reviews,
Modolo, Marta and Rosell, Jordi 2017. Reconstructing occupational models: Bone refits in Level I of Abric Romaní. Quaternary International, Vol. 435, p. 180.
Gabucio, Maria Joana Fernández-Laso, María Cristina and Rosell, Jordi 2017. Turning a rock shelter into a home. Neanderthal use of space in Abric Romaní levels M and O. Historical Biology, p. 1.
Blázquez, Ana M. Rodríguez-Pérez, Ana Torres, Trinidad and Ortiz, José E. 2017. Evidence for Holocene sea level and climate change from Almenara marsh (western Mediterranean). Quaternary Research, Vol. 88, Issue. 02, p. 206.
Magri, Donatella Di Rita, Federico Aranbarri, Josu Fletcher, William and González-Sampériz, Penélope 2017. Quaternary disappearance of tree taxa from Southern Europe: Timing and trends. Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 163, p. 23.
Iriarte-Chiapusso, M. J. Ocete-Pérez, C.A. Hernández-Beloqui, B. and Ocete-Rubio, R. 2017. Vitis vinifera in the Iberian Peninsula: A review. Plant Biosystems - An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant Biology, Vol. 151, Issue. 2, p. 245.
Lendvay, Bertalan Kadereit, Joachim W. Westberg, Erik Cornejo, Carolina Pedryc, Andrzej and Höhn, Mária 2016. Phylogeography ofSyringa josikaea(Oleaceae): Early Pleistocene divergence from East Asian relatives and survival in small populations in the Carpathians. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, Vol. 119, Issue. 3, p. 689.
Picin, Andrea and Carbonell, Eudald 2016. Neanderthal mobility and technological change in the northeastern of the Iberian Peninsula: The patterns of chert exploitation at the Abric Romaní rock-shelter. Comptes Rendus Palevol, Vol. 15, Issue. 5, p. 581.
Aranbarri, Josu Bartolomé, Miguel Alcolea, Marta Sancho, Carlos Celant, Alessandra González-Sampériz, Penélope Arenas, Concha Magri, Donatella and Rodríguez-Lázaro, Julio 2016. Palaeobotanical insights from Early-Mid Holocene fluvial tufas in the Moncayo Natural Park (Iberian Range, NE Spain): Regional correlations and biogeographic implications. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, Vol. 234, p. 31.
Bargalló, Amèlia Gabucio, Maria Joana and Rivals, Florent 2016. Puzzling out a palimpsest: Testing an interdisciplinary study in level O of Abric Romaní. Quaternary International, Vol. 417, p. 51.
Sharp, Warren D. Mertz-Kraus, Regina Vallverdu, Josep Vaquero, Manuel Burjachs, Fancesc Carbonell, Eudald and Bischoff, James L. 2016. Archeological deposits at Abric Romaní extend to 110 ka: U-series dating of a newly cored, 30 meter-thick section. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, Vol. 5, p. 400.
Ricci, Marianna Bertini, Adele Capezzuoli, Enrico Horvatinčić, Nada Andrews, Julian E. Fauquette, Severine and Fedi, Mariaelena 2015. Palynological investigation of a Late Quaternary calcareous tufa and travertine deposit: the case study of Bagnoli in the Valdelsa Basin (Tuscany, central Italy). Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, Vol. 218, p. 184.
Cunill, Raquel Métailié, Jean-Paul Galop, Didier Poublanc, Sébastien and de Munnik, Nicolas 2015. Palaeoecological study of Pyrenean lowland fir forests: Exploring mid–late Holocene history of Abies alba in Montbrun (Ariège, France). Quaternary International, Vol. 366, p. 37.
López-García, Juan Manuel Soler, Narcís Maroto, Julià Soler, Joaquim Alcalde, Gabriel Galobart, Àngel Bennàsar, Maria and Burjachs, Francesc 2015. Palaeoenvironmental and palaeoclimatic reconstruction of the Latest Pleistocene of L’Arbreda Cave (Serinyà, Girona, northeastern Iberia) inferred from the small-mammal (insectivore and rodent) assemblages. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Vol. 435, p. 244.
López-García, Juan Manuel Blain, Hugues-Alexandre Bennàsar, Maria and Fernández-García, Mónica 2014. Environmental and climatic context of Neanderthal occupation in southwestern Europe during MIS3 inferred from the small-vertebrate assemblages. Quaternary International, Vol. 326-327, p. 319.
Bertini, Adele Minissale, Angelo Ricci, Marianna and Capezzuoli, Enrico 2014. Palynological approach in upper Quaternary terrestrial carbonates of central Italy: Anything but a ‘mission impossible’. Sedimentology, Vol. 61, Issue. 1, p. 200.
Gabucio, Maria Joana Cáceres, Isabel Rodríguez-Hidalgo, Antonio Rosell, Jordi and Saladié, Palmira 2014. A wildcat (Felis silvestris) butchered by Neanderthals in Level O of the Abric Romaní site (Capellades, Barcelona, Spain). Quaternary International, Vol. 326-327, p. 307.
Gabucio, Maria Joana Cáceres, Isabel Rosell, Jordi Saladié, Palmira and Vallverdú, Josep 2014. From small bone fragments to Neanderthal activity areas: The case of Level O of the Abric Romaní (Capellades, Barcelona, Spain). Quaternary International, Vol. 330, p. 36.
Capezzuoli, Enrico Gandin, Anna and Pedley, Martyn 2014. Decoding tufa and travertine (fresh water carbonates) in the sedimentary record: The state of the art. Sedimentology, Vol. 61, Issue. 1, p. 1.
The Abric Romani continental pollen record provides evidence of abrupt climate variations during the last glaciation. The pollen record reveals a pattern of high-frequency variations similar to that in ice cores as shown by oxygen isotopes or dust content. Analyses of 14 travertine samples yield coherent U-series ages in correct stratigraphic order, ranging from 40,000 to 70,000 yr. According to changes in the composition and structure of the vegetation, five paleoclimatic phases have been differentiated; the oldest, ranging from 70,200 to 65,500 yr ago, records thermophilous taxa which correspond to the last warm events of isotopic stage 5. The next phase, from 65,500 to 56,800 yr, records a cold, humid climate that correlates with isotope stage 4. During the third phase, from 56,800 to 49,500 yr, relatively warm and cold events alternate. The fourth phase, from 49,500 to 46,200 yr, records a cold, dry climate. The fifth phase, ranging from 46,200 to 40,800 yr, records a milder phase that is similar in appearance to the beginning of the Holocene.
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