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The Quaternary History of the River Nile

Edited by Jamie Woodward, Martin Williams, Eduardo Garzanti, Mark Macklin, Nick Marriner
Volume 130, Pages 1-230 (15 December 2015)
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    1. Editors & Editorial board

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  1. In Memoriam

    1. In memory of Michael Richard Ronald Talbot (1943–2009)

      Pages 1-2
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  2. Introduction

    1. From source to sink: Exploring the Quaternary history of the Nile

      Pages 3-8
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  3. Research Papers

    1. The modern Nile sediment system: Processes and products

      Original research article
      Pages 9-56
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    2. Orbital forcing of glacial/interglacial variations in chemical weathering and silicon cycling within the upper White Nile basin, East Africa: Stable-isotope and biomarker evidence from Lakes Victoria and Edward

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      Pages 57-71
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    3. Late Quaternary environments and prehistoric occupation in the lower White Nile valley, central Sudan

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      Pages 72-88
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    4. Causal links between Nile floods and eastern Mediterranean sapropel formation during the past 125 kyr confirmed by OSL and radiocarbon dating of Blue and White Nile sediments

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      Pages 89-108
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    5. A new model of river dynamics, hydroclimatic change and human settlement in the Nile Valley derived from meta-analysis of the Holocene fluvial archive

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      Pages 109-123
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    6. Shifting sediment sources in the world's longest river: A strontium isotope record for the Holocene Nile

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      Pages 124-140
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    7. Human occupations and environmental changes in the Nile valley during the Holocene: The case of Kerma in Upper Nubia (northern Sudan)

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      Pages 141-154
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    8. Nile behaviour and Late Palaeolithic humans in Upper Egypt during the Late Pleistocene

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      Pages 155-167
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    9. Timing and characteristics of Late Pleistocene and Holocene wetter periods in the Eastern Desert and Sinai of Egypt, based on 14C dating and stable isotope analysis of spring tufa deposits

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      Pages 168-188
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    10. Integral view of Holocene precipitation and vegetation changes in the Nile catchment area as inferred from its delta sediments

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      Pages 189-199
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    11. 20,000 years of Nile River dynamics and environmental changes in the Nile catchment area as inferred from Nile upper continental slope sediments

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      Pages 200-221
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    12. Runoff and precipitation dynamics in the Blue and White Nile catchments during the mid-Holocene: A data-model comparison

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      Pages 222-230
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ISSN: 0277-3791

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