Esr dating in quaternary geology

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Contact: Anatoli Molodkov HINNAKIRI Since the mid-1970s the laboratory has been engaged in research in the field of luminescence, and since the early1980s – in research in the field of ESR dating of mollusc fossils.

As a result, new versions of ESR/OSL techniques have been developed in the recent years for age determinations of marine, freshwater and terrestrial mollusc shells and enclosing deposits.

The fossil record shows that Neanderthals lived in Europe and Western Asia, as far south as the Middle East, as far east as Siberia, and as far west as Great Britain.

In addition to the discovery of fossil bones, various tools have also been discovered and some evidence has been presented that Neanderthals intentionally buried their dead.

The major goal of the work is to establish the periodicity and chronology of the main Quaternary events and their relationship with changes in the level of marginal seas and inland bodies of water, to create a climato-chronostratigraphic framework for North Eurasian Pleistocene to provide regional and interregional correlations and the linkage between marine and terrestrial data sets.