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Because quartz derived from surface erosion and then buried by sediment accumulation is common, the method is widely applicable for dating Plio-Pleistocene clastic sediments.

All (terrestrial) applications of burial dating so far have used the Be burial dating.

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Burial ages from all three nuclide pairs agree at both sites, which shows that currently accepted values for decay constants and production ratios are internally consistent.

The actual age of the fossils is likely to be in the 1.1–1.3 Ma range.Its main subsidence started in the Miocene and resulted in a maximum of 6 km sedimentary infill.Up to five Pleistocene terraces formed by the Danube river and its tributaries and are separated by their geometic cross cutting and topographic relationships. Here we present a multidisciplinary study combining sedimentological, paleontological and paleoanthropological observations together with cosmogenic nuclide concentration and paleomagnetic measurements to provide an absolute chronological framework for the Upper fossiliferous Travertine unit where the Kocabaş hominid and fauna were discovered.The Be burial ages determined on pebbles from conglomeratic levels framing the Upper fossiliferous Travertine unit, which exhibits an inverse polarity, constrains its deposition to before the Cobb Mountain sub-chron, that is between 1.22 and .Although these phenomena are not exactly repetitive in terms of contemporary atomic time scales, they are important because of their use in calendars as well as for observers on the Earth needing to determine the orientation of our planet in an inertial reference frame, namely, navigators, astronomers and geodesists [In the field of physics, the concept of time was dominated by the Newtonian view of an absolute (universal, homogeneous) time inextricably following from the concept of absolute space.