Quaternary, Volume 3, Issue 1 (March 2020) – 9 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): This SEM image (credit: Sabine Wulf) shows glass shards from a volcanic ash layer preserved within a Mediterranean marine sediment core. These ash layers in Quaternary sediments can allow for the precise correlation of marine proxy records from different regions such that geographically asynchronous environmental changes may be resolved. They can also be used to date the eruptions which produced them. In the presented paper, ash layers from Eastern Mediterranean marine sediments are characterised, providing a correlation between sediments of the Levantine and Aegean seas and also a precise date for a major Eemian eruption of the Santorini volcano. View this paper.
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