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Later Pleistocene evolution of the Exe valley: A chronstratigraphic model of terrace formation and its implications for Palaeolithic archaeology

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  • This Paper Presents The ?Rst Systematic Chronostratigraphic Study Of The River Terraces Of The Exe C
  • The Exe Catchment Lay Beyond The Maximum Extent Of Pleistocene Ice Sheets And The Drainage Pattern E
  • By Which Time The Major Valley Systems Were In Place And Downcutting Began To Create A Staircase Of
  • The Higher Terraces (8-6) Typically Exhibit Altitudinal Overlap Or Appear To Be Draped Over The Land
  • Whilst The Middle Terraces Show Greater Altitudinal Separation And The Lowest Terraces Are Of A Cut
  • The Terrace Deposits Investigated In This Study Were Deposited In Cold Phases Of The Glacial-Intergl
  • A New Cascade Process-Response Model Is Proposed Of Basin Terrace Evolution In The Exe Valley
  • Which Emphasises The Role Of Lateral Erosion In The Creation Of Strath Terraces And The Reworking Of
  • The Resultant Emergent Valley Topography And The Reworking Of Artefacts Along With Gravel Clasts
  • Have Important Implications For The Dating Of Hominin Presence And The Local Landscapes They Inhabit
  • Whilst The Terrace Chronology Suggested Here Is Still Not As Detailed As That For The Thames Or The
  • Probably Prior To The Late Wolstonian Complex Or Mis 6
  • This Supports Existing Data From Cave Sites In South West England
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