Nouvelles datations radiométriques des terrasses marines de Corinthie (Péloponnèse septentrional, Grèce)
Two interpretations are usually proposed for the Corinthian flight of terraces: faulting or flexuration, of a single or* fewkueis, or stepping of numerous cut-and-fill shorelines. In this paper, U/Th radiometric data confirm the diachronism of the terraces and a previously proposed correlation with the isotopic stratigraphy. While they support the morphological criteria used in this correlation, thèse data strengthen the calibration of the whole flight of Corinthian Terraces, allow one to appreciate the evolution of the uplift rate and confirm the hypothesis of an uplift beginning before 600 kyr in this part of the Aegean Arc.
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