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Linking the Mediterranean MIS 5 tephra markers to Campi Flegrei (southern Italy) 109–92 ka explosive activity and refining the chronology of MIS 5c-d millennial-scale climate variability

L. Monaco, D.M. Palladino, Paul Albert Orcid Logo, I. Arienzo, S. Conticelli, M. Di Vito, A. Fabbrizio, M. D'Antonio, R. Isaia, C.J. Manning, S. Nomade, A. Pereira, P. Petrosino, G. Sottili, R. Sulpizio, G. Zanchetta, B. Giaccio

Global and Planetary Change, Volume: 211, Start page: 103785

Swansea University Author: Paul Albert Orcid Logo

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Published in: Global and Planetary Change
ISSN: 0921-8181
Published: Elsevier BV 2022
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Keywords: Mediterranean tephrostratigraphy; Explosive volcanism; Campi Flegrei; MIS 5c-d millenial scale variability; 40Ar/39Ar dating; Tephra geochemical fingerprinting
College: Faculty of Science and Engineering
Funders: R. Jedlička and M. Racek, E. Braschi and A. Orlando, are thanked for providing valuable technical assistance during EPMA analysis at Prague and Florence Universities respectively. Field activities of L.M. were financially supported by “Sapienza” Università di Roma, “Bando di Avvio alla Ricerca”, protocol N° AR120172AD35B81D (responsible: L.M.). G.S. received funding by “Sapienza” University, Fondi di Ateneo-Progetti Medi (protocol N° RM11715C82384428). Financial support was provided by the Competitive fund of the Italian Research Ministry (MUR, PRIN 2017, grant 20177TKBXZ_003, project “FUTURE, G. Zanchetta, coordinator), issued to MD, BG, DP and GZ. The INGV-OV laboratories have been also financially supported by the EPOS Research Infrastructure through the contribution of the Italian Ministry of University and Research (MUR). P.G.A. is funded through a UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Future Leaders Fellowship (MR/S035478/1).
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