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PalaeoCADIX-Z is an interdisciplinary project that studied three cores drilled in a marine palaeochannel that ran through the ancient city of Cádiz (Spain). These cores reveal a ≥ 50 m thick Holocene sedimentary sequence. Importantly, most of the deposits date from the 1st millennium BCE to the 1st millennium CE. Geoarchaeologists, geomorphologists, archaeologists, sedimentologists, palaeoenvironmentalists, geochemists, and geochronologists collaborated within this project.
SD | Articles | Volume 27
Sci. Dril., 27, 35–47, 2020
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-27-35-2020
Sci. Dril., 27, 35–47, 2020
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-27-35-2020

Science report 27 May 2020

Science report | 27 May 2020

High-resolution late Holocene sedimentary cores record the long history of the city of Cádiz (south-western Spain)

Ferréol Salomon et al.

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PalaeoCADIX-Z is an interdisciplinary project that studied three cores drilled in a marine palaeochannel that ran through the ancient city of Cádiz (Spain). These cores reveal a ≥ 50 m thick Holocene sedimentary sequence. Importantly, most of the deposits date from the 1st millennium BCE to the 1st millennium CE. Geoarchaeologists, geomorphologists, archaeologists, sedimentologists, palaeoenvironmentalists, geochemists, and geochronologists collaborated within this project.
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