Isochron burial dating

Isochron burial dating of paleosols within the Whitewater Fan.

The Neogene development of the Vienna Basin's tectonic history is well-documented in seismic sections and hydrocarbon wells.


The late Neogene to Quaternary history is less well preserved due to a gap in the sediment record starting from the Late Pannonian due to a large-scale uplift during a phase of basin inversion [1].

<strong>Isochron</strong>-<strong>burial</strong> <strong>dating</strong> of glacially-driven sediments first.

Oldest Art Prehistoric Cupules, Cave

Quaternary sediments in the Vienna Basin form prominent Pleistocene terraces north and south of the Danube's recent floodplain.North of the Danube, a wide alluvial plain has developed with one prominent Middle Quaternary terrace level 17-25 m above the river (Gänserndorf and Scosshof Terraces).

Isochron 26Al/10Be burial dating of the Lantian hominin site.

The Danube's course currently shifts to the south where it erodes into its own gravel terraces that were presumably accumulated during the Pliocene and Early to Middle Pleistocene.

Isochron burial dating:

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