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  1. The sedimentary record of the Junquera salt marsh (Nalón estuary, N Spain): a tale about contemporary fluvial processes, mining pollution and land-use changes
  2. Iberian Atlantic Margin: Natural and anthropogenic processes and records
  3. Vertical land motion component is underestimated in sea-level projections from northern Spain
  4. Holocene environmental evolution and relative sea-level change in the Oka estuary (Urdaibai Biosphere Reserve, northern Spain)
  5. The importance of underestimated local vertical land motion component in sea-level projections: A case study from the Oka estuary, northern Spain
  6. Sea Level Change
  7. Distribution and ecology of benthic foraminifera in the Santoña estuary, Spain
  8. Planetary‐scale change to the biosphere signalled by global species translocations can be used to identify the Anthropocene
  9. Recent sedimentation-erosion processes along the Nalón estuary (Asturias, N Spain)
  10. Assessing recent anthropogenic disturbances and environmental recovery in the Nalón estuary (Asturias, N Spain)
  11. Antropozenoa: "Urre koloreko iltze"-aren bila
  12. La perspectiva del Antropoceno: Una mirada geológica al cambio climático
  13. Environmental evolution of the Basque Coast Geopark estuaries (southern Bay of Biscay) during the last 10,000 years
  14. Características geoquímicas y micropaleontológicas de las marismas en el Estero de Urías, Golfo de California, México
  15. Plutonium in coral archives: A good primary marker for an Anthropocene type section
  16. The Oyambre coastal terrace: a detailed sedimentary record of the Last Interglacial Stage in northern Iberia (Cantabrian coast, Spain)
  17. Relative abundances of benthic foraminifera in response to total organic carbon in sediments: Data from European intertidal areas and transitional waters
  18. Indicative value of benthic foraminifera for biomonitoring: Assignment to ecological groups of sensitivity to total organic carbon of species from European intertidal areas and transitional waters
  19. The Anthropocene: Comparing Its Meaning in Geology (Chronostratigraphy) with Conceptual Approaches Arising in Other Disciplines
  20. Author Correction: Extraordinary human energy consumption and resultant geological impacts beginning around 1950 CE initiated the proposed Anthropocene Epoch
  21. Recent coastal anthropogenic impact recorded in the Basque mud patch (southern Bay of Biscay shelf)
  22. Holocene vs Anthropocene sedimentary records in a human-altered estuary: The Pasaia case (northern Spain)
  23. Quaternary research in Spain: Environmental changes and human footprint
  24. Extraordinary human energy consumption and resultant geological impacts beginning around 1950 CE initiated the proposed Anthropocene Epoch
  25. Sequential determination of uranium and plutonium in soil and sediment samples by borate salts fusion
  26. Geological record of extreme floods and anthropogenic impacts on an industrialised bay: The inner Abra of Bilbao (northern Spain)
  27. A formal Anthropocene is compatible with but distinct from its diachronous anthropogenic counterparts: a response to W.F. Ruddiman’s ‘three flaws in defining a formal Anthropocene’
  28. El Antropoceno : ¿época geológica o/y declaración política?
  29. Environmental regeneration processes in the Anthropocene: The Bilbao estuary case (northern Spain)
  30. Estuaries of the Basque Coast
  31. Holocene sea-level database from the Atlantic coast of Europe
  32. Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) for the Anthropocene Series: Where and how to look for potential candidates
  33. El Periodo Cuaternario: La Historia Geológica de la Prehistoria
  34. The Working Group on the Anthropocene: Summary of evidence and interim recommendations
  35. Making the case for a formal Anthropocene Epoch: an analysis of ongoing critiques
  36. Recent Agricultural Occupation and Environmental Regeneration of Salt Marshes in Northern Spain
  37. Scale and diversity of the physical technosphere: A geological perspective
  38. Benthic foraminifera as indicators of habitat in a Mediterranean delta: implications for ecological and palaeoenvironmental studies
  39. Stratigraphic and Earth System approaches to defining the Anthropocene
  40. Holocene palaeoenvironmental evolution of the Ebro Delta (Western Mediterranean Sea): Evidence for an early construction based on the benthic foraminiferal record
  41. Accretion rates in coastal wetlands of the southeastern Gulf of California and their relationship with sea-level rise
  42. The Anthropocene: a conspicuous stratigraphical signal of anthropogenic changes in production and consumption across the biosphere
  43. Agricultural fingerprints in salt-marsh sediments and adaptation to sea-level rise in the eastern Cantabrian coast (N. Spain)
  44. The geological cycle of plastics and their use as a stratigraphic indicator of the Anthropocene
  45. The Anthropocene is functionally and stratigraphically distinct from the Holocene
  46. Benthic foraminifera as indicators of habitat change in anthropogenically impacted coastal wetlands of the Ebro Delta (NE Iberian Peninsula)
  47. When did the Anthropocene begin? A mid-twentieth century boundary level is stratigraphically optimal
  48. Colonization of the Americas, ‘Little Ice Age’ climate, and bomb-produced carbon: Their role in defining the Anthropocene
  49. Tribute to Lydia Zapata
  50. Quaternary of the Western Pyrenean region: Multidisciplinary Research
  51. Chemostratigraphic and lithostratigraphic signatures of the Anthropocene in estuarine areas from the eastern Cantabrian coast (N. Spain)
  52. Relative sea-level changes in the Basque coast (northern Spain, Bay of Biscay) during the Holocene and Anthropocene: The Urdaibai estuary case
  53. Sand-spit accumulations at the mouths of the eastern Cantabrian estuaries: The example of the Oka estuary (Urdaibai Biosphere Reserve)
  54. Nuclear weapons-derived radioisopes in the sediments mark the beginning of the Anthropocene Epoch
  55. Geochemical and micropaleontological evidence of recent hydrological changes in sedimentary records of Jiquilisco Bay, El Salvador
  56. Anthropogenic disruptions of the sedimentary record in coastal marshes: Examples from the southern Bay of Biscay (N. Spain)
  57. An evaluation of the Rouse theory for sand transport in the Oka estuary, Spain
  58. A 700year record of combustion-derived pollution in northern Spain: Tools to identify the Holocene/Anthropocene transition in coastal environments
  59. Relative sea-level rise in the Basque coast (N Spain): Different environmental consequences on the coastal area
  60. Anthropogenic impacts on Iberoamerican coastal areas: Historical processes, present challenges, and consequences for coastal zone management
  61. Record of anthropogenic activities on the coastal environments of Iberoamerica (Antropicosta)
  62. Morphodynamic consequences of dredging and dumping activities along the lower Oka estuary (Urdaibai Biosphere Reserve, southeastern Bay of Biscay, Spain)
  63. Recent environmental evolution of regenerated salt marshes in the southern Bay of Biscay: Anthropogenic evidences in their sedimentary record
  64. Lateglacial and Holocene coastal evolution in the Minho estuary (N Portugal): Implications for understanding sea-level changes in Atlantic Iberia
  65. The FOBIMO (FOraminiferal BIo-MOnitoring) initiative—Towards a standardised protocol for soft-bottom benthic foraminiferal monitoring studies
  66. Historical signature of Roman mining activities in the Bidasoa estuary (Basque Country, northern Spain): an integrated micropalaeontological, geochemical and archaeological approach
  67. Field observations and modelling of Holocene sea-level changes in the southern Bay of Biscay: implication for understanding current rates of relative sea-level change and vertical land motion along the Atlantic coast of SW Europe
  68. Gestão Costeira: resultado de uma relação dúbia entre o Homem e a Natureza
  69. Assessing the performance of a foraminifera-based transfer function to estimate sea-level changes in northern Portugal
  70. Distribution of foraminifera in salt marshes along the Atlantic coast of SW Europe: Tools to reconstruct past sea-level variations
  71. Quantitative assessment of the salinity gradient within the estuarine systems in the southern Bay of Biscay using benthic foraminifera
  72. Recent sea-level changes in the southern Bay of Biscay: transfer function reconstructions from salt-marshes compared with instrumental data
  73. A foraminifera-based transfer function as a tool for sea-level reconstructions in the southern Bay of Biscay
  74. A 130 year record of pollution in the Suances estuary (southern Bay of Biscay): Implications for environmental management
  75. The Mendieta site (Sopelana, Biscay province, northern Spain): Palaeoenvironment and formation processes of a Lower Palaeolithic open-air archaeological deposit
  76. Geochemical and microfaunal proxies to assess environmental quality conditions during the recovery process of a heavily polluted estuary: The Bilbao estuary case (N. Spain)
  77. Development of a foraminifera-based transfer function in the Basque marshes, N. Spain: Implications for sea-level studies in the Bay of Biscay
  79. Micropalaeontological record of Holocene estuarine and marine stages in the Corgo do Porto rivulet (Mira River, SW Portugal)
  80. Holocene environmental development of the Bilbao estuary, northern Spain: sequence stratigraphy and foraminiferal interpretation
  81. Geology and Palaeoceanography
  82. Sediment supply, transport and deposition: contemporary and Late Quaternary evolution
  83. Human activities along the Basque coast during the last two centuries: geological perspective of recent anthropogenic impact on the coast and its environmental consequences
  84. Lateglacial and Holocene environmental changes in Portuguese coastal lagoons 2: microfossil multiproxy reconstruction of the Santo André coastal area
  85. Reconstructing historical trends in metal input in heavily-disturbed, contaminated estuaries: studies from Bilbao, Southampton Water and Sicily
  86. Environmental transformation of the Bilbao estuary, N. Spain: microfaunal and geochemical proxies in the recent sedimentary record
  87. Recent Salt Marsh Development and Natural Regeneration of Reclaimed Areas in the Plentzia Estuary, N. Spain
  88. Modern foraminiferal record of alternating open and restricted environmental conditions in the Santo André lagoon, SW Portugal
  89. Recent Anthropogenic Impacts on the Bilbao Estuary, Northern Spain: Geochemical and Microfaunal Evidence
  90. AMS 14C dating of Holocene estuarine deposits: consequences of high-energy and reworked foraminifera
  91. Holocene Sea-Level Change in the Bilbao Estuary (North Spain): Foraminiferal Evidence
  92. Holocene paleoenvironmental and relative sea-level changes in the Santona Estuary, Spain
  93. Analisis micropaleontológico e interpretación paleoecológica del relleno sedimentario holoceno en el estuario del Bidasoa (Golfo de Bizkaia)
  94. Palaeoenvironmental interpretation of Holocene coastal sequences in the southern bay of Biscay