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Lastly, a combination of ESR and U-series analyses can be used in ideal circumstances for dating teeth up to several millions of years of age.

) High-resolution photographs of the Vi-*28 Neanderthal bone found using Zoo MS.

Intrusive and volcanic rocks between 8.4 and 3 Ma crop out extensively in the northern Tyrrhenian Sea, and their emplacement in the inner portion of the belt is commonly interpreted as resulting from major crustal extension related to the Late Miocene-Pliocene opening of the northern Tyrrhenian Sea as a backarc basin.

On the Island of Elba, which exposes the westernmost portion of the prism, the low-angle Zuccale fault (ZF) is generally interpreted as a major low-angle normal fault (LANF) whose Late Miocene activity would have greatly facilitated regional E-W extension in the geodynamic framework of the opening of the northern Tyrrhenian Sea between 10 and 5 Ma.

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In order to better constrain the kinematic meaning of the ZF and the timing of these important events, we have used the K-Ar method to date a set of brittle-ductile and brittle fault rocks cut by the ZF and sampled from its immediate footwall.

A last sample from the brittle ZF itself is currently also being dated.

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In order to better constrain the kinematic meaning of the ZF and the timing of these important events, we have used the K-Ar method to date a set of brittle-ductile and brittle fault rocks cut by the ZF and sampled from its immediate footwall.

A last sample from the brittle ZF itself is currently also being dated.

The bone yields evidence for a probable cut and gauge marks (right upper part of the bone).