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The Cultural Association for the study of the Quaternary in the Cantabrian region (ACCUCA) was born as an initiative of the professionals, volunteers and akin people collaborating in the archaeological and palaeontological research projects organized from the Prehistory Lab in Proaza (Asturias, Spain), where the Association is based.

ACCUCA aims to promote the research and divulgation of Palaeolithic issues, mainly palaeocological aspects relating to the fauna, flora, landscape and climates contemporary with Quaternary hominids, and their adaptative strategies before the changing conditions of the Ice Ages.

It aims also to contribute to the continuing formation of the students and volunteers participating in our archaeo-palaeontological excavations and other projects, by organizing activities such as courses, conferences, exhibits, excursions, experimentation and restauration workshops, translation and discussion of new publications relating to these subjects etc.

The web homepage of ACCUCA is created as a means of contact and information for all the involved in our research projects, but we hope it will also be an useful tool to be used by all the involved or interested in the Quaternary of Northern Spain.

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