Journal of Quaternary Science

Papers
(The median citation count of Journal of Quaternary Science is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
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The Anthropocene as an Event, not an Epoch57
The proposed Anthropocene Epoch/Series is underpinned by an extensive array of mid‐20th century stratigraphic event signals28
Pattern, style and timing of British–Irish Ice Sheet advance and retreat over the last 45 000 years: evidence from NW Scotland and the adjacent continental shelf23
Summer precipitation for the England and Wales region, 1201–2000 ce, from stable oxygen isotopes in oak tree rings23
Late Quaternary vegetation and climate dynamics in central‐eastern Brazil: insights from a ~35k cal a bp peat record in the Cerrado biome23
Retreat dynamics of the eastern sector of the British–Irish Ice Sheet during the last glaciation23
Palaeolithic archaeology of the Bytham River: human occupation of Britain during the early Middle Pleistocene and its European context23
The new 14C chronology for the Palaeolithic site of La Ferrassie, France: the disappearance of Neanderthals and the arrival of Homo sapiens in France21
Timing, pace and controls on ice sheet retreat: an introduction to the BRITICE‐CHRONO transect reconstructions of the British–Irish Ice Sheet20
The evolution of the terrestrial‐terminating Irish Sea glacier during the last glaciation20
New insights into Southern Caucasian glacial–interglacial climate conditions inferred from Quaternary gastropod fauna19
First record of the Eurasian jaguar in southern Asia and a review of dental differences between pantherine cats18
Consistent long‐term Holocene warming trend at different elevations in the Altai Mountains in arid central Asia17
Hydrological changes during the Roman Climatic Optimum in northern Tuscany (Central Italy) as evidenced by speleothem records and archaeological data17
Maximum extent and readvance dynamics of the Irish Sea Ice Stream and Irish Sea Glacier since the Last Glacial Maximum16
A 180 ka record of environmental change at Erdut (Croatia): a new chronology for the loess–palaeosol sequence and its implications for environmental interpretation16
A history of violence: magma incubation, timing and tephra distribution of the Los Chocoyos supereruption (Atitlán Caldera, Guatemala)15
Evaluating Bayesian Radiocarbon‐dated Event Count (REC) models for the study of long‐term human and environmental processes15
Actualistic taphonomy of barn owl pellet‐derived small mammal bone accumulations in arid environments of South America15
A high‐resolution speleothem proxy record of the Late Glacial in the European Alps: extending the NALPS19 record until the beginning of the Holocene14
Timing and pace of ice‐sheet withdrawal across the marine–terrestrial transition west of Ireland during the last glaciation14
A bio‐available strontium isoscape for eastern Beringia: a tool for tracking landscape use of Pleistocene megafauna13
Effects of the middle Holocene high sea‐level stand and climate on Amazonian mangroves13
The last 750 ka in loess–palaeosol sequences from northern France: environmental background and dating of the western European Palaeolithic13
From cave geomorphology to Palaeolithic human behaviour: speleogenesis, palaeoenvironmental changes and archaeological insight in the Atxurra‐Armiña cave (northern Iberian Peninsula)13
A Holocene high‐resolution record of aquatic productivity, seasonal anoxia and meromixis from varved sediments of Lake Łazduny, North‐Eastern Poland: insight from a novel multi‐proxy approach13
Contrasting impacts of the 8.2‐ and 4.2‐ka abrupt climatic events on the regional vegetation of the Hulun Lake region in north‐eastern China12
Lipid residue analysis of ceramic vessels from the Liujiawa site of the Rui State (early Iron Age, north China)12
Formational history of the Wicklow Trough: a marine‐transgressed tunnel valley revealing ice flow velocity and retreat rates for the largest ice stream draining the late‐Devensian British–Irish Ice Sh12
Modelling Last Glacial Maximum ice cap with the Parallel Ice Sheet Model to infer palaeoclimate in south‐west Turkey12
Architecture of tunnel valleys in the southeastern North Sea: new insights from high‐resolution seismic imaging12
Rapid climate changes during the Lateglacial and the early Holocene as seen from plant community dynamics in the Polar Urals, Russia11
Climate control on stacked paleosols in the Pleistocene of the Po Basin (northern Italy)11
What Neanderthals and AMH ate: reassessment of the subsistence across the Middle–Upper Palaeolithic transition in the Vasco‐Cantabrian region of SW Europe11
The Požarevac loess–paleosol sequence: a record of increased aridity in the south‐eastern margin of the Carpathian Basin during the last 350 ka11
Could the central‐eastern Iberian Mediterranean region be defined as a refugium? Fauna and flora in MIS 5–3 and their implications for Palaeolithic human behaviour10
Late Quaternary record of Indian summer monsoon‐induced stratification and productivity collapse in the Andaman Sea10
A first Holocene leaf wax isotope‐based paleoclimate record from the semi‐humid to semi‐arid south‐eastern Caucasian lowlands9
Exploring controls of the early and stepped deglaciation on the western margin of the British Irish Ice Sheet9
Late Pleistocene glaciation history of the southern Black Forest, Germany: 10Be cosmic‐ray exposure dating and equilibrium line altitude reconstructions in Sankt Wilhelmer Tal9
Lake sedimentary processes and vegetation changes over the last 45k cal a bp in the uplands of south‐eastern Amazonia9
Sedimentary evidence and luminescence and ESR dating of Early Pleistocene high lake levels of Megalake Tengger, northwestern China9
The first record of Cuon alpinus (Pallas, 1811) from Poland and the possible impact of other large canids on the evolution of the species9
Not herbs and forbs alone: pollen‐based evidence for the presence of boreal trees and shrubs in Cis‐Baikal (Eastern Siberia) derived from the Last Glacial Maximum sediment of Lake Ochaul9
Holocene variability in climate and oceanic conditions in the winter rainfall zone of South Africa—inferred from a high resolution diatom record from Verlorenvlei8
Neanderthal last stand? Thoughts on Iberian refugia in late MIS 38
Iberian Neanderthals in forests and savannahs8
Quaternary environmental changes in tropical Lake Towuti, Indonesia, inferred from end‐member modelling of X‐ray fluorescence core‐scanning data8
Assessing the use of mangrove pollen as a quantitative sea‐level indicator on Mahé, Seychelles8
Malaco temperature reconstructions and numerical simulation of environmental conditions in the southeastern Carpathian Basin during the Last Glacial Maximum8
Geology, stratigraphy and palaeoenvironmental evolution of the Stephanorhinus kirchbergensis‐bearing Quaternary palaeolake(s) of Gorzów Wielkopolski (NW Poland, Central Europe)8
Palaeoecological signals for Mesolithic land use in a Central European landscape?8
Volcanic ash and tsunami record of the Minoan Late Bronze Age Eruption (Santorini) in a distal setting, southwestern Turkey8
Millennial‐scale shifts in microtidal ecosystems during the Holocene: dynamics and drivers of change from the Po Plain coastal record (NE Italy)8
Southern Baffin Island mean annual precipitation isotopes modulated by summer and autumn moisture source changes during the past 5800 years7
The Anthropocene serves science better as an event, rather than an epoch7
Back to Uluzzo – archaeological, palaeoenvironmental and chronological context of the Mid–Upper Palaeolithic sequence at Uluzzo C Rock Shelter (Apulia, southern Italy)7
Evidence for centennial‐scale Lateglacial and early Holocene climatic complexity from Quoyloo Meadow, Orkney, Scotland7
What is a refugium? Questions for the Middle–Upper Palaeolithic transition in peninsular southern Europe7
Archaeal lipids reveal climate‐driven changes in microbial ecology at Lake El'gygytgyn (Far East Russia) during the Plio‐Pleistocene7
The Oyambre coastal terrace: a detailed sedimentary record of the Last Interglacial Stage in northern Iberia (Cantabrian coast, Spain)7
Integrated multidisciplinary ecological analysis from the Uluzzian settlement at the Uluzzo C Rock Shelter, south‐eastern Italy7
Chronology of the Mediterranean sea‐level highstand during the Last Interglacial: a critical review of the U/Th‐dated deposits7
Shifting potential tree species distributions from the Last Glacial Maximum to the Mid‐Holocene in North America, with a correlation assessment7
The ‘Anthropocene’ is most useful as an informal concept7
Late Quaternary chironomid community structure shaped by rate and magnitude of climate change7
Pliocene and late Pleistocene (MIS 5e) decapod crustaceans from Santa Maria Island (Azores Archipelago: Central Atlantic): systematics, palaeoecology and palaeobiogeography6
Indian monsoon variability during the last 46 kyr: isotopic records of planktic foraminifera from southwestern Bay of Bengal6
Exploring the extent to which fluctuations in ice‐rafted debris reflect mass changes in the source ice sheet: a model–observation comparison using the last British–Irish Ice Sheet6
Glacial oscillations during the Bølling–Allerød Interstadial–Younger Dryas transition in the Ruda Valley, Central Pyrenees6
Reconstruction of Middle to Late Quaternary sea level using submerged speleothems from the northeastern Yucatán Peninsula6
Variation of summer precipitation δ18O on the Chinese Loess Plateau since the last interglacial6
Detection of the historical Askja ad 1875 and modern Icelandic cryptotephras in varved lake sediments – results from a first systematic search in northern Poland6
Lake Neor reveals how mountain vegetation responded to 7000 years of hydroclimate variability in northwestern Iran6
The missing Myopus: plugging the gaps in Late Pleistocene small mammal identification in western Europe with geometric morphometrics6
Reassessment of the ‘Abbevillien’ in the perspective of new discoveries from the Lower Palaeolithic and Quaternary sites of Abbeville (Somme, northern France)6
Cave paleozoology in the Judean Desert: assembling records of Holocene wild mammal communities6
Late Pleistocene–Holocene climatic implications of high‐resolution stable isotope profiles of a speleothem from south‐central Anatolia, Turkey6
Late Pleistocene and Holocene Afromontane vegetation and headwater wetland dynamics within the Eastern Mau Forest, Kenya6
Intra‐interstadial environmental changes in Last Glacial loess revealed by molluscan assemblages from the Upper Palaeolithic site of Amiens‐Renancourt 1 (Somme, France)6
Recurrent outburst floods and explosive volcanism during the Younger Dryas–Early Holocene deglaciation in south Iceland: evidence from a lacustrine record6
Last interglacial lake sediments preserved beneath Laurentide and Greenland Ice sheets provide insights into Arctic climate amplification and constrain 130 ka of ice‐sheet history6
Macrofossil evidence of alder (Alnus sp.) in Britain early in the Late Glacial Interstadial: implications for the northern cryptic refugia debate6
Effects of social and climatic factors on building activity in the Czech lands between 1450 and 1950: a dendrochronological analysis6
An Early Pleistocene hippopotamus from Westbury Cave, Somerset, England: support for a previously unrecognized temperate interval in the British Quaternary record6
A palaeoecological view of the last Neanderthals at the crossroads of south‐central Europe and the central Mediterranean: long‐term stability or pronounced environmental change with human responses6
Reconstruction of the palaeo‐sea level of Britain and Ireland arising from empirical constraints of ice extent: implications for regional sea level forecasts and North American ice sheet volume6
Complexity in the Middle to Upper Paleolithic Transition in Peninsular Southern Europe and application of refugium concepts6
Drivers of 20th century sea‐level change in southern New Zealand determined from proxy and instrumental records6
Larger floods of Himalayan foothill rivers sustained flows in the Ghaggar–Hakra channel during Harappan age6
A dated volcano‐tectonic deformation event in Jan Mayen causing landlocking of Arctic charr6
Using archaeological data and sediment parameters to review the formation of the Gravettian layers at Krems‐Wachtberg6
Identifying the accidental‐natural mortality of leporids in the archaeological record: insights from a taphonomical analysis of a pitfall without evidence of human presence6
Ground truth validated 3D electrical resistivity imaging of the archaeological deposits at Arma Veirana cave (northern Italy)5
Abrupt intrinsic and extrinsic responses of southwestern Iberian vegetation to millennial‐scale variability over the past 28 ka5
Ocean/atmosphere interaction and Malthusian catastrophes on the northern fringe of the Asian summer monsoon region in China, 1368–19115
Neanderthals on the Lower Danube: Middle Palaeolithic evidence in the Danube Gorges of the Balkans5
Plio‐Pleistocene mammals from Mille‐Logya, Ethiopia, and the post‐Hadar faunal change5
Refinement of the tephrostratigraphy straddling the northern Patagonian Andes (40–41°S): new tephra markers, reconciling different archives and ascertaining the timing of piedmont deglaciation5
Impact of Pleistocene–Holocene climate shifts on vegetation and fire dynamics and its implications for Prearchaic humans in the central Great Basin, USA5
Neanderthal subsistence, taphonomy and chronology at Salzgitter‐Lebenstedt (Germany): a multifaceted analysis of morphologically unidentifiable bone5
Small shards and long distances — three cryptotephra layers from the Nahe palaeolake including the first discovery of Laacher See Tephra in Schleswig‐Holstein (Germany)5
Holocene environmental history of a freshwater wetland in southern Louisiana: a sedimentary record of delta development, coastal evolution and human activity5
Hekla 1947, 1845, 1510 and 1158 tephra in Finland: challenges of tracing tephra from moderate eruptions5
Asynchronous variations of East Asian summer monsoon, vegetation and soil formation at Yulin (North China) in the Holocene5
The use of iron chemical analysis of podzols to date the Late Pleistocene–Holocene deglaciation history of the Central Italian Alps5
Holocene environments on the west‐central Kola Peninsula (north‐west Russia): lithology, chronology and biostratigraphy records from Lake Tikozero and a neighbouring bog5
Environmental heterogeneity of the Lower Palaeolithic land surface on the Goodwood‐Slindon Raised Beach: comparisons of the records from Boxgrove and Valdoe, Sussex, UK5
Sedimentology of a Late Quaternary lacustrine record from the south‐eastern Carpathian Basin5
Challenging the hypothesis of an Arctic Ocean lake during recent glacial episodes5
‘Palaeolago Fueguino’, a Late Pleistocene lacustrine basin located in the central sector of Tierra del Fuego: a seismostratigraphic study5
The past in dust: current trends and future directions in Pleistocene geoarcheology of European loess5
State‐of‐the‐art overview of the Loess Palaeolithic of Poland4
Inferences of the ecological habits of extinct giant sloths from the Brazilian Intertropical Region4
Speleothem and glacier records of latest Pleistocene–early Holocene climate change in the western North American interior4
Late Holocene in central Brazil: vegetation changes and humidity variability in a tropical wetland4
The Holocene record of Alberca de Tacámbaro, a tropical lake in western Mexico: evidence of orbital and millennial‐scale climatic variability4
Revisiting an old profile: an updated geoarchaeological study at Nasera Rockshelter (Tanzania)4
The ‘Semi‐Sterile Mousterian’ of Riparo Bombrini: evidence of a late‐lasting Neanderthal refugium in Liguria4
Holocene records of eolian dust deposition from high‐elevation lakes in the Uinta Mountains, Utah, USA4
A tephra‐based correlation of marine and terrestrial records of MIS 11c from Britain and the North Atlantic4
Early Last Interglacial environmental changes recorded by speleothems from Katerloch (south‐east Austria)4
Biomarker proxies for reconstructing Quaternary climate and environmental change4
Palaeogeographical changes in response to glacial–interglacial cycles, as recorded in Middle and Late Pleistocene seismic stratigraphy, southern North Sea4
Late Pleistocene–Holocene environmental and climatic history of a freshwater paramo ecosystem in the northern Andes4
New insights into cave hyena ethology and the implications for territorial competition with hominins in Late Pleistocene north‐west Europe: the case of Caverne Marie‐Jeanne (Belgium)4
New results concerning the pedo‐ and chronostratigraphy of the loess–palaeosol sequence Attenfeld (Bavaria, Germany) derived from a multi‐methodological approach4
Coastal curios? An analysis of ex situ beach finds for mapping new Palaeolithic sites at Happisburgh, UK4
Age of Gimli beach of Lake Agassiz based on new OSL dating4
Holocene hydroclimate changes on the north‐eastern Tibetan Plateau inferred from geochemical records in Lake Gyaring4
A new species of small Camelidae from the Late Pleistocene of Brazil4
Sedimentary and foraminiferal records of Late Quaternary environmental change west of Ireland and implications for the last British–Irish Ice Sheet4
A stable isotope record of late Quaternary hydrologic change in the northwestern Brooks Range, Alaska (eastern Beringia)4
Interaction of multiple ice streams on the Malin Shelf during deglaciation of the last British–Irish Ice Sheet4
The Late Middle Pleistocene mammalian fauna of Oumm Qatafa Cave, Judean Desert: taxonomy, taphonomy and palaeoenvironment4
Climate and environmental history at Lake Levinson‐Lessing, Taymyr Peninsula, during the last 62 kyr4
Revisiting the late Quaternary fossiliferous infills of Cathedral Cave, Wellington Caves (central eastern New South Wales, Australia)4
Identification of Atlantic water inflow on the north Svalbard shelf during the Holocene4
Abrupt change in Vietnam coastal upwelling as a response to global warming4
Tracing the Palaeolithic settlement patterns in the Western Tian Shan piedmont: an example of predictive GIS modelling use4
Distribution of n‐alkan‐2‐ones in Qionghai Lake sediments, southwest China, and its potential for late Quaternary paleoclimate reconstruction4
The dating and correlation of an eastern Mediterranean lake sediment sequence: a 46–4 ka tephrostratigraphy for Ioannina (NW Greece)4
Postglacial anthropogenic fires related to cultural changes in central Japan, inferred from sedimentary charcoal records spanning glacial–interglacial cycles3
Till kinematics in the Stargard drumlin field, NW Poland constrained by microstructural proxies3
The Humanities are invited to the Anthropocene Event but not to the Anthropocene Series/Epoch: a response to Chvostek (2023)3
Late Quaternary paleoenvironmental reconstructions from sediments of Lake Emanda (Verkhoyansk Mountains, East Siberia)3
New chronology and extended palaeoenvironmental data to the 1975 loess profile of Madaras brickyard, South Hungary3
On the existence of a large proglacial lake in the Rostov‐Kostroma lowland, north‐central European Russia3
Neanderthal palaeoecology in the late Middle Palaeolithic of western Iberia: a stable isotope analysis of ungulate teeth from Lapa do Picareiro (Portugal)3
Insights into Holocene relative sea‐level changes in the southern North Sea using an improved microfauna‐based transfer function3
Stalagmite evidence of Last Glacial Maximum to early Holocene climate variability in southwestern Iran3
Insight into summer drought in southern Italy: palaeohydrological evolution of Lake Pergusa (Sicily) in the last 6700 years3
Ecometrics and the paleoecological implications of Pleistocene faunas from the western coastal plains of the Cape Floristic Region, South Africa3
An African adder (Bitis arietans complex) at Qafzeh Cave, Israel, during the early Late Pleistocene (MIS 5)3
The Anthropocene as an epoch is distinct from all other concepts known by this term: a reply to Swindles et al. (2023)3
Millennial‐ to centennial‐scale anti‐phase relationship between the Westerlies and the East Asian summer monsoon and its cultural response along the Silk Roads after a great earthquake in southern Alt3
Late Pleistocene biota from Pubenza, Colombia; turtles, mammals, birds, invertebrates and plant remains3
Reply to ‘Challenging the hypothesis of an arctic ocean lake during recent glacial episodes’ by Hillaire‐Marcel, et al3
The development and impact of an ice‐contact proglacial lake during the Last Glacial Termination, Palaeolake Riada, central Ireland3
Los Aljezares archaeological site (Alicante, Spain) and the MIS 6/5 open‐air settlement in the Iberian Peninsula3
Droughts during the last 2000 years in a tropical sub‐humid environment in central Mexico3
A step back to move forward: a geological re‐evaluation of the El Castillo Cave Middle Palaeolithic lithostratigraphic units (Cantabria, northern Iberia)3
Palaeoecological background of the Upper Palaeolithic site of Ságvár, Hungary: radiocarbon‐dated malacological and sedimentological studies on the Late Pleistocene environment3
Eurasian Holocene climate trends in transient coupled climate simulations and stable oxygen isotope records3
A 1500‐year record of North Atlantic storm flooding from lacustrine sediments, Shetland Islands (UK)3
Organic and soil material between tills in east‐midland England – direct evidence for two episodes of lowland glaciation in Britain during the Middle Pleistocene3
High‐resolution chronology of 24 000‐year long cores from two lakes in the Polar Urals, Russia, correlated with palaeomagnetic inclination records with a distinct event about 20 000 years ago3
The patchwork loess of Central Asia: Implications for interpreting aeolian dynamics and past climate circulation in piedmont regions3
Determining the diagenetic paths of archaeofaunal assemblages and their palaeoecology through artificial intelligence: an application to Oldowan sites from Olduvai Gorge (Tanzania)3
The influence of orbital parameters on the North American Monsoon system during the Last Interglacial Period3
Western Siberia experienced rapid shifts in moisture source and summer water balance during the last deglaciation and early Holocene3
Testing the consistency of Holocene and Last Glacial Maximum spatial correlations in temperature proxy records3
Human occupation continuity in southern Italy towards the end of the Middle Palaeolithic: a palaeoenvironmental perspective from Apulia3
Sedimentation history of Lake Taymyr, Central Russian Arctic, since the Last Glacial Maximum3
Sensitivity of tidal marshes as recorders of major megathrust earthquakes: constraints from the 25 December 2016 Mw 7.6 Chiloé earthquake, Chile3
Glacial fluctuations during the Last Glacial Maximum and Lateglacial in the Zhuxi and Songlong valleys, eastern Nyainqêntanglha Range, southeastern Tibet3
Impacts of Early Holocene environmental dynamics on open‐air occupation patterns in the Western Mediterranean: insights from El Arenal de la Virgen (Alicante, Spain)3
Samples not in stratigraphic order are not suitable for constraining ages of paleo‐lake stands3
Late Pleistocene hydroclimatic variabilities in arid north‐west China: geochemical evidence from Balikun Lake, eastern Tienshan, China3
Taxonomic analysis of the Quaternary archaeofauna found at The Lapa do Santo site, Lagoa Santa region, Brazil3
Homo floresiensisandHomo luzonensisare not temporally exceptional relative toHomo erectus3
Environments of the climatic optimum of MIS 11 in Britain: evidence from the tufa sequence at Hitchin, southeast England3
Climate, glacial and vegetation history of the polar Ural Mountains since c. 27 cal ka bp, inferred from a 54 m long sediment core from Lake Bolshoye Shchuchye3
Holocene coastal change at Luce Bay, South West Scotland2
Intermediate ocean circulation and cryosphere dynamics in the northeast Atlantic during Heinrich Stadials: benthic foraminiferal assemblage response2
The changing malaria risk patterns in East‐Central Europe and the North Balkans in the last 27 000 years2
Long‐and short‐term vegetation change and inferred climate dynamics and anthropogenic activity in the central Cerrado during the Holocene2
Revisiting the abandoned shorelines of Lake George, Australia: a refined optical dating framework2
Modelling climate constraints on the formation of pluvial Lake Bonneville in the Great Basin, United States2
Spatial and temporal patterns of species replacement in the Middle Pleistocene: а case study of Мicrotus nivaloides Major, 1902 and morphologically related species of the Northern Black Sea and2
Quartz luminescence sensitivity variation in the Chinese loess deposits: the potential role of wildfires2
Last glacial maximum ecology and climate from terrestrial gastropod assemblages in Peoria loess, western Kentucky2
Preliminary investigation of Late Pleistocene fauna from Ryonggok Cave No. 1, Sangwon County, North Hwanghae Province, Democratic People's Republic of Korea2
Drumlin formation within the Bustarfell drumlin field, northeast Iceland: integrating sedimentological and ground‐penetrating radar data2
Manifestations of Quaternary syn‐eruptive fluid circulations on carbonate veins, Central Anatolian Volcanic Province2
Deglacial dynamics of the Foxe–Baffin Ice Sheet, Frobisher Bay, Nunavut, Canada revealed by submarine landform mapping2
Late Pleistocene and Holocene transgression inferred from the sediments of the Gulf of San Jorge, central Patagonia, Argentina2
The skeleton of a straight‐tusked elephant, Palaeoloxodon antiquus (Falconer and Cautley, 1847) from Selsey, England, and growth and variation in Palaeoloxodon of the European Pleistocen2
A 5000‐year paleoclimate record from Nettilling Lake (Baffin Island) based on diatom assemblages and oxygen isotope composition2
Birds as indicators of early Holocene biodiversity and the seasonal nature of human activity at WF16, an early Neolithic site in Faynan, Southern Jordan2
Subsistence practices in western Mediterranean Europe during the Final Gravettian. Zooarchaeological and taphonomic analysis of faunal remains from level D of Arbreda Cave (Serinyà, NE Iberian Peninsu2
Vicissitudes experienced by the oldest urban center in Bangladesh in relation to the migration of the Brahmaputra River2
Peninsular southern Europe refugia during the Middle Palaeolithic: an introduction2
Reassessing the phylogeny of Quaternary Eurasian Rhinocerotidae2
Impact of katabatic winds on the environment of Neanderthals during the Middle Palaeolithic in westernmost Europe2
Environmental change since the Last Glacial Maximum: palaeo‐evidence from the Nee Soon Freshwater Swamp Forest, Singapore2
Paleohydrological history of Lake Allos (2200 m a.s.l) since 13 500 cal a bp in the Mediterranean Alps inferred from an ostracod δ18O record2
Late Pleniglacial – Late Glacial climate oscillations detected in the organic lacustrine succession at the Lipowo site, north‐eastern Poland2
Climatic control on the retreat of the Laurentide Ice Sheet margin in easternmost Québec–Labrador (Canada) revealed by cosmogenic nuclide exposure dating2
Middle Palaeolithic occupation of the southern North Sea Basin: evidence from the Sandscaping sediments emplaced on the beach between Bacton and Walcott, Norfolk, UK2
Rapid glacier recession at Monte San Lorenzo (Patagonia) in response to abrupt Southern Hemisphere warming 13.0–12.0 ka BP2
Quaternary environmental and climatic history of the northern high latitudes – recent contributions and perspectives from lake sediment records2
Postglacial palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of the Fury and Hecla Strait region (Nunavut) inferred from microfossils and geochemical proxies2
Surface microtextures of quartz grains and minor sedimentary components across the Paleolithic Jeongok‐ri sediments, Yeoncheon, South Korea2
Assessing Pleistocene–Holocene climatic and environmental change in insular Near Oceania using stable isotope analysis of archaeological fauna2
The spatial patterning of Middle Palaeolithic human settlement in westernmost Iberia2
LGM ice extent and deglaciation history in the Gurktal and Lavantal Alps (eastern European Alps): first constraints from 10Be surface exposure dating of glacially polished quartz veins2
A multi‐proxy record of abrupt cooling events during the Windermere Interstadial at Crudale Meadow, Orkney, UK2
Quaternary exhumation history of the NE Tibetan Plateau revealed by peculiar distributions of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in core extracts from the Sanhu depression, eastern Qaidam basin2
Early glacier advance in New Zealand during the Antarctic Cold Reversal2
Holocene wet shifts in NW European bogs: evidence for the roles of external forcing and internal feedback from a high‐resolution study of peat properties, plant macrofossils and testate amoebae2
Late Holocene interaction of natural processes and human activity at two archaeological sites in the Ten Thousand Islands area of southwest Florida, USA2
Invite the Human(ities) to the Anthropocene2
Changing food webs before and during the Last Glacial Maximum based on stable isotopes of animal bone collagen from Lower Austria2
Plant–insect interactions in the Quaternary fossil record of the Azores Archipelago (Portugal)2
The Anthropocene's stratigraphic reality and the humanities: a response to Finney and Gibbard (2023) and to Chvostek (2023)1
Chronological constraint of Neanderthal cultural and environmental changes in southwestern Europe: MIS 5–MIS 3 dating of the Axlor site (Biscay, Spain)1
Climate, fire and vegetation history from subtropical North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah), eastern Australia, during the last three interglacials1
Geophysical reconstruction of the late Holocene proximal proglacial landsystem at Skeiðarársandur, southeast Iceland1
Mid–late Holocene palaeoclimate and biogeochemical evolution of Wular Lake, Kashmir Valley, India1
Multi‐proxy reconstruction of the Holocene vegetation and land use dynamics in the Julian Alps, north‐west Slovenia1
Body mass estimate of Anancus arvernensis (Croizet and Jobert 1828): comparison of the regression and volumetric methods1
Late Pleistocene and Holocene palaeoecological reconstruction of Lake Texcoco (Basin of Mexico) based on its ostracod record1
Late Quaternary solifluction sheets in the British uplands1
Orbital‐ to millennial‐scale variation of the speleothem δ18O record during Marine Isotope Stages 5 to 3 on the southeast Chinese Loess Plateau and its climatic and environmental implicatio1
Seasonal climate variations during Marine Isotope Stages 3 and 2 inferred from high‐resolution oxygen isotope ratios in horse tooth enamel from Lower Austria1
~5.9 cal ka bp Towada‐Chuseri tephra from Towada volcano: a mid‐Holocene marker layer from Japan to northeast China1
Lacustrine evidence reveals spatially and temporally distinct Holocene ruptures on the Sawtooth Fault, Central Idaho, USA1
Reply to “Comments: Samples not in stratigraphic order are not suitable to constrain ages of palaeo‐lake stands”1
Radiocarbon and stable isotope evidence of early to mid‐Holocene wet events from fluvial tufa deposits in Santa Cruz, CA1
Worldwide research trends on Neanderthals1
Paleoenvironmental changes in the Brazilian Pampa based on carbon and oxygen stable isotope analysis of Pleistocene camelid tooth enamel1
Investigating Middle Palaeolithic subsistence: zooarchaeological perspectives on the potential character of hominin climate refugia in Greece1
Indirect dating of an olive tree planting event using luminescence of the sediments lying beneath the roots of the tree: a pilot study in the south‐western part of Anatolia, Turkey1
Macaque fossils (Cercopithecidae: Papionini) from the Kumok Cave, Sungho County, North Hwanghae Province, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea1
Local and regional constraints on relative sea‐level changes in southern Isle of Skye, Scotland, since the Last Glacial Maximum1
Vegetation and climate dynamics at the dawn of human settlement: multiproxy palaeoenvironmental evidence from the Hashilan Wetland, western Iran1
New geomorphic evidence for a multi‐stage proglacial lake associated with the former British–Irish Ice Sheet in the Vale of Pickering, Yorkshire, UK1
Rock magnetics of carbonate systems–investigating palaeodune archives on Fuerteventura (Canary Islands)1
Dietary niche separation of three Late Pleistocene bear species from Vancouver Island, on the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America1
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