New paper published in Journal of Structural Geology

NEOTECTONICS AND LATE HOLOCENE PALEOSEISMIC EVIDENCE IN THE PLIO-QUATERNARY DAROCA HALF-GRABEN, IBERIAN CHAIN, NE SPAIN. IMPLICATIONS FOR FAULT SOURCE CHARACTERIZATION https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsg.2019.103933 Abstract: The official seismic hazard models in Spain used in the seismic building codes do not incorporate Quaternary faults, largely due to insufficient data …

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New paper published in Quaternary International

ESR DATING OF MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE ARCHAEO-PALEONTOLOGICAL SITES FROM THE MANZANARES AND JARAMA RIVER VALLEYS (MADRID BASIN, SPAIN) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2017.09.003 Abstract: In this work, three important Pleistocene sites of the Madrid basin located close to the junction of the Manzanares (PRERESA site) and the Jarama (Valdocarros site …

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New paper published in Quaternary Geochronology

FIRST CHRONOSTRATIGRAPHIC FRAMEWORK OF FLUVIAL TERRACE SYSTEMS IN THE EASTERN CANTABRIAN MARGIN (BAY OF BISCAY, SPAIN) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quageo.2018.07.001 Abstract: Reported here is the first chronostratigraphic study of the Quaternary fluvial terrace deposits of three different valleys (Deba, Nerbioi, Oiartzun) located in the eastern Cantabrian margin (northern …

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New paper published in Boletín Geológico y Minero

PLEISTOCENE GEODYNAMIC EVOLUTION OF THE ARLAZON VALLEY: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE FORMATION OF THE ENDOKARST SYSTEM AND THE OPEN AIR ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES OF THE SIERRA DE ATAPUERCA (BURGOS, SPAIN) https://10.21701/bolgeomin.129.1.003 Abstract: The Arlanzón river is located in the NE Duero Depression (Castilian Plateau of northern Spain), …

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New paper published in Quaternary Science Reviews

CHRONOLOGY OF THE CAVE INTERIOR SEDIMENTS AT GRAN DOLINA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE, ATAPUERCA (SPAIN) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2018.02.004 Abstract: The so-called “Gran Dolina site” (Atapuerca mountain range, N Spain) is a karstic cavity filled by sediments during the Pleistocene, some of which contain a rich ensemble of archaeological and …

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