Stratotypes Holostratotype of Akusha formation proposed section of site Mukhkay-2 with layered sediment 75 m thickness excavated from level 1620 to 1545 m asl. Parastratotypes proposed are in digged trenches of sites Ainikab-1,2, Mukhkay-1, Gegalashur, Sunduk. 1-Akusha formation sediments area, 2 - Akusha formation eroded sediments. These data allow us to determine of isochrones of some absolute age: 0.85 myr (3.5 m depth), 0.99 (9.5 m depth), 1.07 (15 m depth).
Geological age of Akusha formation was established in section Mukhkay-2 by several methods (paleontology, palinology, paleomagnetism) as Eopleistocene = Early Lower Pleistocene (0.8 1.8 million years).
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Supported by: RFBR project #0 Early Paleolithic cultural layers with tools of oldowan type was discovered in East Caucasus (Dagestan, Russia) by Kh. Chepalyga, including geology, geomorphology, paleontology, palinology, sedimentology, mineralogy, paleomagnetism etc. According to paleomagnetic studies this section is characterized by reverse magnetization of Matuyama epoch (0.8 2.6 myr). Drevnejshaja v Vostochnoj Evrope paleoliticheskaja stojanka Bajraki na Dnestre: geohronologija, paleosreda, arheologija.
Amirkhanov (2006) and Dniester valley (Moldova) by N. During last years these Paleolithic sites were studied by complex methods leading by Prof. In Dagestan Akusha region group of Early Paleolithic sites settled in upstream of Sulak (Akusha-Usisha rivers) was studied. 5- Transversal profile along Akusha-Usisha interflew. Event of normal magnetization Yaramillo (0.99 1.07 myr) recorded in upper part of section on depth interval 9 - 16 m. Bjulleten' Komissii po izucheniju chetvertichnogo perioda.
Lithology and sediment genesis Akusha formation represents by intercalation of coarse grain (sand, gravel, pebble, bolders) and fine sediments (clay, aulleuroclay, loam mainly carbonated).
Coarse sediments have lagoonal, nearshore, proluvial, alluvial, origin and accompanied by mammal bones, tools and land mollusk shells. Numerous cultural layers with tools and bones included into layered clastic sediments. Another normal magnetization event founded some higher on the depth 3.5 m possible Kamicatsura event (0.85 myr). Akusha formation Coverage of Akusha formation (by the name of Akusha river) divided by postsedimental erosion on 5 separate clasters (Table 1). Spatial characteristics of Akusha formation clusters along the Akusha-Usisha interfluves ridge. Transversal section of Akusha formation sediments along the Akusha-Usisha interflew ridge. Some short of intervals of anomalous magnetization founded below and above of Yaramillo event (transition zones). Last week, at the UN PRME Global Forum in New York, Reykjavik University‘s School of Business won the award "Recognition of Excellence in Progress Reporting".The report is a testimony of Reykjavik University‘s commitment to the six UN PRME principles.Some said dating is dead and there are no money anymore.