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  • Chronology of the Quaternary profile Zeuchfeld in Saxony-Anhalt / Germany - a preliminary luminescence dating study
  • Chronostratigraphy ; Comparative study ; Dating ; Germany ; Glacial cycle ; Loess ; Optically stimulated luminescence ; Pleistocene ; Quaternary ; Sandur ; Saxony-Anhalt
  • assumptions based on field work and recent pedo- and lithostratigraphic correlation. In contrast, the quartz SAR and the IR-RF measurements from the underlying sandur yield a substantially older (pre-Saalian) age. The reasons for the assumed age overestimation
  • Colluvial deposits – proxies for climate change and cultural chronology. A case study from Tigray, Ethiopia
  • , paleosols and phytoliths in Yeha illustrate existing links between ancient land-use being part of the Ethio-Sabaean culture and different stratigraphic units. While the study of colluvial deposits provide answers on cultural chronology and land-use-changes
  • , the study of paleosols buried by or formed within these colluvial deposits makes it possible to demonstrate Holocene climate change along the intertropical convergence zone (ITCZ)
  • Potential of palaeosols, sediments and archaeological features to reconstruct Late Glacial fire regimes in northern Central Europe ? case study Grabow site and overview
  • was detected. Therefore, future studies must considerate the very local impact of man-made fires in much greater detail.
  • . Despite the important geostrategic relevance of the construction it is not clarified if the canal was ever used as a working waterway. In this study the AA. present new C data from the continuous and buried peat layer of the central part of the fosse
  • reveal High Medieval ages. This ongoing study does not prove the use of the fosse as a canal during Carolingian times yet.
  • on the number of scan orientations used. However, results clearly show that roughness length determination depends highly on the choice of grid cell size during post processing. This study supports the use of TLS as the most appropriate and versatile method
  • loess regions. This study shows typical problems when using the soilscape model for calculating the sediment budget: since truncated soil profiles are used to model eroded volumes, only minimum soil erosion is mapped. This can lead to a considerable
  • the course of a bolsa-cycle. Until now bolsas have not been acknowledged regarding their geo-archive significance. The goal of this study is to give an overview over the bolsa phenomenon.
  • , the study area might have experienced repeated phases of landscape stability and initial soil development during the latest phase of the Upper Pleistocene before a change in hydrological conditions initiated a distinctive erosional period that prevailed
  • The study site Niwot Ridge, situated at ~3600 m a.s.l. in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, Colorado, USA, offers permafrost distribution data from the early 1970s. The AA. used 4 different approaches (air photographs and survey stakes
  • from Central Saxony. The AA. obtained information about a climatic shift from more humid to more arid conditions during the late Pleniglacial, due to changes in the landscape dynamics of the study area : At ca. 30 ka, braided river floodplain