Arnold, Lee J. Duval, Mathieu Demuro, Martina Spooner, Nigel A. Santonja, Manuel and Pérez-González, Alfredo 2016. OSL dating of individual quartz ‘supergrains’ from the Ancient Middle Palaeolithic site of Cuesta de la Bajada, Spain. Quaternary Geochronology, Vol. 36, p. 78.
Thomsen, K.J. Murray, A.S. Buylaert, J.P. Jain, M. Hansen, J.H. and Aubry, T. 2016. Testing single-grain quartz OSL methods using sediment samples with independent age control from the Bordes-Fitte rockshelter (Roches d'Abilly site, Central France). Quaternary Geochronology, Vol. 31, p. 77.
Turner, Derek G. Ward, Brent C. Froese, Duane G. Lamothe, Michel Bond, Jeffrey D. and Bigelow, Nancy H. 2016. Stratigraphy of Pleistocene glaciations in the St Elias Mountains, southwest Yukon, Canada. Boreas, Vol. 45, Issue. 3, p. 521.
Zhou, Liang Huang, Chun Chang Zhou, Yali Pang, Jiangli Zha, Xiaochun Xu, Jie Zhang, Yuzhu and Guo, Yongqiang 2016. Late Pleistocene and Holocene extreme hydrological event records from slackwater flood deposits of the Ankang east reach in the upper Hanjiang River valley, China. Boreas, Vol. 45, Issue. 4, p. 673.
Demuro, M. Arnold, L.J. Parés, J.M. and Sala, R. 2015. Extended-range luminescence chronologies suggest potentially complex bone accumulation histories at the Early-to-Middle Pleistocene palaeontological site of Huéscar-1 (Guadix-Baza basin, Spain). Quaternary International, Vol. 389, p. 191.
Grimley, David A. and Oches, Eric A. 2015. Amino acid geochronology of gastropod-bearing Pleistocene units in Illinois, central USA. Quaternary Geochronology, Vol. 25, p. 10.
Guérin, Guillaume Combès, Benoit Lahaye, Christelle Thomsen, Kristina J. Tribolo, Chantal Urbanova, Petra Guibert, Pierre Mercier, Norbert and Valladas, Hélène 2015. Testing the accuracy of a Bayesian central-dose model for single-grain OSL, using known-age samples. Radiation Measurements, Vol. 81, p. 62.
Kristensen, Jeppe Aa. Thomsen, Kristina J. Murray, Andrew S. Buylaert, Jan-Pieter Jain, Mayank and Breuning-Madsen, Henrik 2015. Quantification of termite bioturbation in a savannah ecosystem: Application of OSL dating. Quaternary Geochronology, Vol. 30, p. 334.
Stokes, Chris R. Tarasov, Lev Blomdin, Robin Cronin, Thomas M. Fisher, Timothy G. Gyllencreutz, Richard Hättestrand, Clas Heyman, Jakob Hindmarsh, Richard C.A. Hughes, Anna L.C. Jakobsson, Martin Kirchner, Nina Livingstone, Stephen J. Margold, Martin Murton, Julian B. Noormets, Riko Peltier, W. Richard Peteet, Dorothy M. Piper, David J.W. Preusser, Frank Renssen, Hans Roberts, David H. Roche, Didier M. Saint-Ange, Francky Stroeven, Arjen P. and Teller, James T. 2015. On the reconstruction of palaeo-ice sheets: Recent advances and future challenges. Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 125, p. 15.
Lei, GAO Hao, LONG Ji, SHEN Yong, WANG and Jian, WANG 2014. Quartz OSL dating of lake shoreline ridge sediments:A case study of Lake Xingkai, Northeast China. Journal of Lake Sciences, Vol. 26, Issue. 5, p. 651.
Stroeven, Arjen P. Fabel, Derek Margold, Martin Clague, John J. and Xu, Sheng 2014. Investigating absolute chronologies of glacial advances in the NW sector of the Cordilleran Ice Sheet with terrestrial in situ cosmogenic nuclides. Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 92, p. 429.
Arnold, Lee J. Demuro, Martina Navazo, Marta Benito-Calvo, Alfonso and Pérez-González, Alfredo 2013. OSL dating of the Middle Palaeolithic Hotel California site, Sierra de Atapuerca, north-central Spain. Boreas, Vol. 42, Issue. 2, p. 285.
Demuro, Martina Arnold, Lee J. Froese, Duane G. and Roberts, Richard G. 2013. OSL dating of loess deposits bracketing Sheep Creek tephra beds, northwest Canada: Dim and problematic single-grain OSL characteristics and their effect on multi-grain age estimates. Quaternary Geochronology, Vol. 15, p. 67.
Turner, Derek G. Ward, Brent C. Bond, Jeffrey D. Jensen, Britta J.L. Froese, Duane G. Telka, Alice M. Zazula, Grant D. and Bigelow, Nancy H. 2013. Middle to Late Pleistocene ice extents, tephrochronology and paleoenvironments of the White River area, southwest Yukon. Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 75, p. 59.
Improved chronological control on the penultimate advance of the Cordilleran Ice Sheet in northwest Canada (the Reid glaciation) is required for a better understanding of late Quaternary palaeoclimatic and palaeoenvironmental change in eastern Beringia. However, reliable dating of glaciation events beyond the last glacial maximum is commonly hindered by a lack of directly dateable material. In this study we (i) provide the first combined minimum and maximum age constraint on the Reid glaciation at Ash Bend, its reference locale in the Stewart River valley, northwestern Canadian Cordillera, using single-grain optically stimulated luminescence dating of quartz; and (ii) compare the timing of the Reid glaciation with other penultimate ice sheet advances in the region with the aim of establishing improved glacial reconstructions in eastern Beringia. We obtain ages of 158±18 ka and 132±18 ka for glaciofluvial sands overlying and underlying the Reid till, respectively. These ages indicate that the Reid advance, at its reference locale, occurred during MIS 6. This precludes an earlier MIS 8 age, and suggests that the Reid advance may have been synchronous with the Delta glaciation of central Alaska, and is likely correlative with the Mirror Creek glaciation in southern Yukon.
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