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‘Quaternary’ is open for submissions

Dear colleagues, I am pleased to announce the launching of a new open-access journal called “Quaternary” covering all aspects of Quaternary science. “Quaternary” aims to be a high-quality, multidisciplinary and influential journal in the field, for which we have assembled

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Video on the paleoecological study of a Pyrenean lake with annually-laminated sediments covering the last millennia

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A new open-access journal on Quaternary science

Valentí Rull has been appointed as Editor-in-Chief of the new open-access journal called Quaternary published by MDPI publishers based on Basel (Switzerland). MDPI publishes ca. 180 open-access journals, a number of which are listed in the WOS Journal Citation Reports with

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A book on the “Anthropocene” is coming

Is the “Anthropocene” the new geological epoch in which we live? Is the current human footprint on recent rocks conspicuous and widespread enough to define a new unit of the geological time scale? Should we define a new epoch or

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