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New archaeomagnetic directions from Neolithic anthropogenic burnt sediments of the Can Sadurni Cave (Northeastern Spain)

AuthorsBeamud, Elisabet ; Gómez-Paccard, Miriam ; Valero, Luis; Maestre, E.; Martínez-Rodríguez, P.; Bergadà, M.; Edo, M.
Issue Date4-Sep-2019
PublisherSociedad Geográfica Española
CitationMagiber XI - Livro de Resumos: 23-25 (2019)
AbstractA precise description of the evolution of the past geomagnetic field is important for the development of global and regional models, which can be applied to explain and predict the Earth’s magnetic field evolution and also can be used to archaeomagnetic dating. Few archaeomagnetic data before the third millenium BC are available in Europe, mainly due to the scarcity of appropriate archaeological remains for this time period. Recent archeomagnetic studies have demonstrated that burnt anthropogenic cave sediments related to stabling areas, also called fumiers in French archaeological terms, can provide a reliable record of the past geomagnetic field directions (Carrancho et al., 2009, 2013). The systematic archeomagnetic study of these materials combined with the available archaeomagnetic directions for this time interval, most of them derived from Eastern Europe, allowed the first European paleosecular variation curve for the Neolithic (Carrancho et al., 2013). Despite this improvement, more data, especially for Western Europe, are needed in order to better describe the evolution of the geomagnetic field in the past.
DescriptionReunión MAGIBER XI Portugal ,Condeixa a Nova (4 al 6 de septiembre de 2019)
Identifiersisbn: 978-989-98914-7-0
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