Publications

SEQS recommendation:

Fluvial terraces of the Somme River

Dear colleagues and friends, Here is the file of a film focusing on the formation of the Quaternary fluvial terrace system of the Somme valley in relation to glacial-interglacial climate cycles (and global slow uplift) during the last 1Ma. It was originally produced for an exhibition at the “Musée de Picardie” in Amiens focusing on the Palaeolithic record of the Somme and all the new sites discovered in the area during the last 30 years. The file is free and can be used for various purposes (conferences, university lectures, etc…), provided that the authors are quoted (see the last page of the film for this information / the English version starts at 3′.38″). I hope that you will enjoy this attempt to illustrate this story through numerical animation. However, we are open to any information that will allow us to improve this (first) video. Best wishes, Pierre Antoine https://filesender.renater.fr/?s=download&token=de32d1ed-09d4-4b9c-a218-33f23f4c3ed4

Kohonen, J. & Tarvainen, T. (eds) 2021. Developments in map data management and geological unit nomenclature in Finland. Geological Survey of Finland, Bulletin 412, 169 pages, 41 figures, 18 tables and 4 appendices.
The address, where from to download it additionally: https://hakku.gtk.fi/en/reports/search?publication_id=22041

A SERIES OF SEQS PUBLICTIONS 
that have arisen from SEQS-sponsored meetings are listed below. 
Some of these links are directly to the publications themselves, while others are links to associated sites from which the material can be accessed.
Additions to this section are welcomed!
  • INQUA Congress 2023. SEQS Meeting “Eurasia, one continent one common past: cross-continental stratigraphical correlations”. 13 – 20 July 2023, Roma, Italy. https://inquaroma2023.org/conference-sessions/

Quaternary International Special Issue is planning…..

  • INQUA-SEQS 2021 virtual Meeting “Quaternary stratigraphy – palaeoenvironment and humans of Eurasia”.  13 December 2021, Wrocław, Poland.
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Quaternary International Special Issue “Quaternary stratigraphical information from Central and Eastern Europe (INQUA-SEQS, 2021 Meeting, Poland) as a prerequisite to understand developments of our ecosystem”.
Edited by Guzel Danukalova, Markus Fiebig, Pierluigi Pieruccini, Krzysztof Stefaniak.
Volumes 688-687, Pages 1-160 (20 March 2024).
https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/quaternary-international/vol/686/suppl/C

Quaternary International Special Issue “The Quaternary Mammalian Record from Central and Eastern Europe: New Data and New Insights: The Contribution of Palaeontology to the INQUA-SEQS 2021 Virtual Meeting: “Quaternary Stratigraphy – Palaeoenvironment and Humans in Europe” (13.12.2021, Wrocław, Poland)”.
Edited by Krzysztof Stefaniak, Urszula Ratajczak-Skrzatek, Thijs van Kolfschoten, Dariusz Nowakowski, Adrian Marciszak.
Volumes 674–675, Pages 1-152 (20 November 2023).
https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/quaternary-international/vol/674/suppl/C

  • INQUA-SEQS 2020 virtual Meeting “Quaternary stratigraphy – palaeoenvironment, sediments, fauna and human migrations
    across Central Europe” dedicated to the 70th birthday anniversary of Prof. Adam Nadachowski”. 
    28 September 2020, Wrocław, Poland.
    Download abstracts SEQS2020_Abstracts_Wroclaw_Poland

Quaternary International Special Issue “Quaternary Stratigraphy – sediments, paleoenvironments, fauna and human migrations across Central Europe”.
Edited by Guzel Danukalova, Markus Fiebig, Pierluigi Pieruccini, Krzysztof Stefaniak, Artur Sobczyk.
Volume 632, Pages 1-206 (20 September 2022).
https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/quaternary-international/vol/632/suppl/C

Quaternary International Special Issue “
Eurasian Animals and Quaternary Environments: The Contribution of Palaeontology to the SEQS-DATESTRA 2020 Virtual Meeting (Wrocław, Poland) – QI Special Issue Dedicated to Adam Nadachowski
Edited by Krzysztof Stefaniak, Thijs van Kolfschoten, Urszula Ratajczak-Skrzatek, Artur Sobczyk, Marek Kasprzak.
Volume 633, Pages 1-182 (30 September 2022).
https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/quaternary-international/vol/633/suppl/C

Quaternary International Special Issue “The Quaternary of Europe and Adjacent Areas: Stratigraphical Perspectives and Tools for Correlations – SEQS-2019”.
Edited by Guzel Danukalova, Markus Fiebig,  Pierluigi Pieruccini.
Volumes 605–606, Pages 1-364 (20 December 2021).
https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/quaternary-international/vol/605/suppl/C

  • INQUA-SEQS 2018 Meeting “Quaternary Stratigraphy and Karst & Cave Sediments”. 11 – 17 September 2018, Postojna, Slovenia.
    Download abstacts and Guide book

Quaternary International Special Issue “Quaternary Stratigraphy and Karst & Cave Sediments: the INQUA-SEQS 2018 Meeting”.
Edited by Guzel Danukalova, Markus Fiebig, Nadja Zupan Hajna, Pierluigi Pieruccini, Andrej Mihevc.
Volume 546, Pages 1-244 (30 April 2020).
https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/quaternary-international/vol/546/suppl/C

Quaternary International Special Issue “QUATERNARY STRATIGRAPHY AND HOMINIDS AROUND EUROPE: SEQS 2017 MEETING“.
Edited by Pierluigi Pieruccini, Markus Fiebig, Guzel Danukalova, and Vincenzo Celiberti. Volume 534, Pages 1-210 (December 2019). https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/quaternary-international/vol/534/suppl/C

  • INQUA-SEQS 2016 Meeting “Bridging Europe and Asia: Quaternary stratigraphy and Paleolithic human occupation in Armenia and South Georgia (Armenia)”. Erevan, Armenia, September 2016.
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Quaternary International Special Issue “BRIDGING EUROPE AND ASIA: QUATERNARY STRATIGRAPHY AND PALAEOLITHIC HUMAN OCCUPATION”.
Edited by Markus Fiebig, Guzel Danukalova, Khachatur Meliksetian.
Volume 509, Pages 1-120 (10 March 2019).
https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/quaternary-international/vol/509/suppl/C

  • INQUA Congress 2015 “Quaternary Perspectives on Climate Change, Natural Hazards and Civilization”.  July – August 2015. Nagoya, Japan.
    Download program

Quaternary International Special Issue “The Quaternary of Continental Europe: Stratigraphy, Correlation and New Data”.
Edited by Wim Westeroff, Markus Fiebig, Guzel Danukalova.
Volume 478, Pages 1-108 (10 June 2018).
https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/quaternary-international/vol/478/suppl/C

  • INQUA-SEQS 2014 Meeting “The Quaternary of the Urals: Global trends and Pan-European Quaternary records”.  September 2014, Ekaterinburg, Russia.
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Quaternary International Special Issue “The Quaternary of the Urals: Global trends and Pan-European Quaternary records”.
Edited by Aleksandr Borodin, Evgenia Markova and Norm Catto.
Volume 420, Pages 1-402 (28 October 2016).
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/10406182/420

  • INQUA-SEQS 2013 Meeting “CORRELATIONS OF QUATERNARY FLUVIAL, EOLIAN, DELTAIC AND MARINE SEQUENCES”. 23-27th September 2013, GeoEcoMar in Constanta, Romania.
    Download abstracts – Download Guidebook

Quaternary International Special Issue “Correlations of Quaternary Fluvial, Eolian, Deltaic and Marine Sequences: SEQS 2013.
Edited by Silviu Radan, Nicolae Panin, Norm R. Catto and Sorin-Corneliu Radan.
Volume 357, Pages 1-344 (30 January 2015).
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/10406182/357

  • INQUA-SEQS 2012 Meeting  “AT THE EDGE OF THE SEA: SEDIMENTS, GEOMORPHOLOGY, TECTONICS, AND STRATIGRAPHY IN QUATERNARY STUDIES”. September 2012, Sardinia, Italy.
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Quaternary International Special Issue “SEQS 2012 Sardinia: at the Edge of the Sea”.
Edited by Vincenzo Pascucci, Mauro Coltorti and Pierluigi Pieruccini.
Volumes 328–329, Pages 1-348 (10 April 2014).
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/10406182/328-329

  • INQUA Congress, 2011 “Quaternary sciences – the view from the mountains”. SEQS session “Pan-European correlations in Quaternary stratigraphy”. July 2011, Bern, Switzerland.

Quaternary International Special Issue “XVIII INQUA Congress, 21st–27th July, 2011, Bern, Switzerland”. (Congress abstracts)
Edited by Christian Schlüchter and Jürg Nietlispach.
Volume  279–280, 566pp. (16 November 2012).
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/10406182/279

Quaternary International Special Issue “Pan-European Correlations in Quaternary Stratigraphy: SEQS 2011, INQUA Congress, Bern”. 
Edited by Mauro Coltorti, Wim Westerhoff and Norm Catto.
Volume 292, 220 pp. (28 March 2013).
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/10406182

  • INQUA-SEQS 2010 Meeting “Quaternary interconnections in Eurasia: focus on Eastern Europe”.  June 2010, Rostov-on-Don, Russia.
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Quaternary International Special Issue “Quaternary interconnections in Eurasia: focus on Eastern Europe”. SEQS Conference, Rostov-on-Don, Russia, 21-26 June 2010
Edited by Alexey Tesakov, Vadim V. Titov, Alexandra N. Simakova.
Volume 284, Pages 1-184 (23 January 2013).
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/10406182/284

Quaternary International Special Issue “The Quaternary of southern Spain: A bridge between Africa and the Alpine domain”.
Edited by Bienvenido Martínez-Navarro, Jordi Agustí, Isidro Toro, Paul Palmqvist.
Volume 243, Issue 1, Pages 1-248 (19 October 2011).
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/10406182/243/1

Quaternary International Special Issue “Differences and Similarities in Quaternary Stratigraphy between Atlantic and Continental Europe”. Selected Papers from the SEQS 2008 Conference, Rennes, France.
Edited by Jean-Pierre Lefort, Guzel Danukalova, Jean-Laurent Monnier.
Volume 231, Issues 1–2, Pages 1-116 (1 February 2011).
https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/quaternary-international/vol/231/issue/1

  • INQUA-SEQS 2006 Meeting “Quaternary Stratigraphy and Evolution of the Alpine Region and the Mediterranean area in the European and Global Framework”.  September 2006, Milano,  Italy.
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Quaternary International Special Issue “Quaternary Stratigraphy and Evolution of the Alpine Region and the Mediterranean area in the European and Global Framework”.
Edited by Roberta Pini, Giuseppe Orombelli and Valérie Andrieu-Ponel.
Volume 190, Issue 1, Pages 1-180 (1 November 2008).
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/10406182/190

  • INQUA-SEQS 2005 Meeting  “From the Swiss Alps to the Crimean Mountains – Alpine Quaternary stratigraphy in a European context”. September 2005. Bern, Switzerland.
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Quaternary International Special Issue “From the Swiss Alps to the Crimean Mountains – Alpine Quaternary stratigraphy in a European context”.
Edited by F. Preusser, M. Fiebig and J. Spencer.
Volumes 164-165, Pages 1-220 (April 2007).
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/10406182/164-165

  • ICS-INQUA-SEQS 2004 meeting “Pleistocene chronostratigraphic subdivisions and stratigraphic boundaries in the mammal record”. August 2004, Florence, Italy.
    Download Field Guide Book SEQS2004_Excursion Guide_Florence_Italy

Quaternary International Special Issue “Pleistocene chronostratigraphic subdivisions and stratigraphic boundaries in the mammal record”.
Edited by P. Gibbard & A. Markova.
Volume 160, Issue 1, Pages 1-140 (January 2007).
https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/quaternary-international/vol/160/issue/1

  • INQUA-SEQS 2002 Meeting “The Upper Pliocene – Pleistocene of the Southern Urals region and its significance for correlation of eastern and western parts of Europe”. June 2002, Ufa, Russia.
    Download abstracts
    Download Excursion Guide SEQS2002_Excursion_Guide_UFA1

Quaternary International Special Issue “Quaternary data from the Southern Urals region”.
Edited by Thijs van Kolfschoten and Guzel Danukalova.
Volume 201, Issues 1-2, Pages 1-86 (15 May 2009).
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/10406182/201/1-2

  • INQUA-SEQS 2001 Meeting  “The Ukraine Quaternary Explored: the Middle and Upper Pleistocene of the Middle Dnieper Area and its Importance for East-West European Correlation”. September 2001, Kiev, Ukraine.
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    Download Excursion Guide

Quaternary International Special Issue “The Ukraine Quaternary Explored: the Middle and Upper Pleistocene of the Middle Dnieper Area and its Importance for East-West European Correlation”.
Edited by Thijs van Kolfschoten and Natalia Gerasimenko.
Volume 149, Issue 1, Pages 1-122 (May 2006).
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/10406182/149/1

  • INQUA-SEQS 2000 Meeting “The Plio-Pleistocene Boundary and the Lower/Middle Pleistocene transition: Type areas and sections”. September 2000, Bari, Italy.Download abstracts SEQS2000_Abstracts_Bari_Italy1
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Quaternary International Special Issue “Lower and Middle Pleistocene: INQUA Subcommission on European Stratigraphy Symposium, Bari, Italy”.
Edited by N. Ciaranfi, M. Coltorti, T. van Kolfschoten.
Volume 131, Issue 1, Pages 1-116 (2005).
https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/quaternary-international/vol/131/issue/1

Geologie en Mijnbouw / Netherlands Journal of Geosciences “The Eemian: Local sequences, global perspectives”.  Volume 79, 2000.

  • INQUA-SEQS 1996 Meeting “The Dawn of the Quaternary”. 16-21 June, 1996, Kerkrade. The Netherlands.
    Download abstracts.
    Download Excursion Guide SEQS1996_Excursion_Guide_Kerkrade

Mededelingen / Nederlands Instituut voor Toegepaste Geowetenschappen TNO ; volume 60. “The dawn of the Quaternary”: proceedings of the SEQS-EuroMam symposium, Kerkrade 16 – 21 June 1996 ; INQUA-SEQS ’96.  1998. ISBN: 9072869613
https://www.tib.eu/en/search/id/TIBKAT%3A25062947X/The-dawn-of-the-quaternary-proceedings-of-the-SEQS/