Corrigendum to “The palaeontology and dating of the ‘Weybourne Crag’, an important marker horizon in the Early Pleistocene of the southern North Sea basin” [Quat. Sci. Rev. 236 (2020) 106177] (Quaternary Science Reviews (2020) 236, (S0277379119308327), (10.1016/j.quascirev.2020.106177))

Richard C. Preece*, Tom Meijer, Kirsty E.H. Penkman, Beatrice Demarchi, David F. Mayhew, Simon A. Parfitt

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When this paper was first published, the incorrect version of Figure 11 was included. The correct figure is printed below: [Figure presented] Fig. 11. Maps showing the occurrence of Early Pleistocene records of Macoma balthica and Viviparus glacialis. Open dots: M. balthica present, V. glacialis absent; Black dots: V. glacialis present, M. balthica absent; Grey dots: V. glacialis and M. balthica present. Zuurland-2 (site 68) is the only Dutch site where both these species co-occur; the other sites are either pre-Late Tiglian or else are exclusively non-marine. All British sites with V. glacialis also yield M. balthica. Supplementary Table 2 provides details of the sites.

Original languageEnglish
Article number106437
JournalQuaternary Science Reviews
Publication statusPublished - 1 Aug 2020

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