Magnetostratigraphic dating of early humans in china

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Elasmotherium or the Giant Siberian Unicorn is quite common in Siberia and adjacent regions during the Quaternary Period, but it only appeared in very few sites of Early Pleistocene age in northern China. In the past century, quite a number of specimens of Elasmotherium were recovered in Nihewan Basin, most of which are disarticulated postcranial bones, among which the tibia was absent. Recently, not only dental materials, but also a nearly complete tibia and other podial as well as metapodial bones of Elasmotherium were recovered in Nihewan Basin. In morphology, the new specimens are quite distinct from those of the Russian species, especially in the form of Mc III, astragalus and cuboid, but their measurements are within the ranges or slightly smaller than those of the Russian Elasmotherium , and can be assigned to the species E. The newly recovered bones are also very different from those of other fossil rhinos in their prominently larger sizes and the forms of Mc III and astragalus. The species E.
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Here we present the first comprehensive study of the Feiliang FL site, with emphasis on the archaeological sequence, site integrity, and stone artifact assemblages. Magnetostratigraphic dating results show that early humans occupied the site ca. Archaeological deposits were buried rapidly in primary context within shallow lake margin deposits, with only minor post-depositional disturbance from relatively low energy hydraulic forces.
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Earlier this month, Scientific Reports included an article by Hong Ao and colleagues reporting a date for the Shangshazui archaeological locality in the Nihewan Basin of North China Ao This is now one of the earliest sites known for human activity in China, possibly the earliest, between 1. The dating of this site is part of a much larger story of archaeological dating in China.

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