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  • This paper is a review of how the study of soils, specifically the principles of pedology and soil geomorphology, have been applied in archeological and geoarcheological research. Examples are drawn from various sources and regions: North America
  • of geomorphological, sedimentological, geochronological, and geoarcheological techniques. The infilled valley sequences have been interpreted as reflecting changes in climate and land use.
  • The study area is the Bajo Segura Basin, located in the easternmost sector of the Betic Ranges. The AA. aim to correlate the geomorphological, sedimentological and micropaleontological data with archeological and geoarcheological information
  • of the Upper Holocene, particularly from the Bronze Age to the Middle Age. The geomorphological approach consists in the analysis of 6 mechanical cores and geoarcheological studies in several sites. During the Bronze Age, the Bajo Segura Basin was occupied
  • the lateritisation was not continuous but occurred in phases. Geoarcheological investigations and Quaternary stratigraphical studies date the lateritic crust surface to the early late Neogene. Neotectonics have played a vital role in shaping the present landscape.
  • [b2] Natural Hazard Research and Geoarcheology, Inst. for Geography, Johannes Gutenberg Univ., Mainz, Allemagne
  • [a1] Natural Hazard Research and Geoarcheology, Inst. for Geography, Johannes Gutenberg Univ., Mainz, Allemagne
  • Geoarcheology of an ancient fluvial harbour : Avaris and the Pelusiac branch (Nile River, Egypt)
  • Geomorphology, geoarcheology and ancient settlement in the Valencian Gulf (Spain)
  • [b3] Natural Hazard Research and Geoarcheology Group, Inst. for Geography, Johannes Gutenberg Univ., Mainz, Allemagne
  • [a1] Natural Hazard Research and Geoarcheology, Inst. for Geography, Johannes Gutenberg Univ., Mainz, Allemagne
  • [b1] Geoarcheology Program Smithsonian Inst., Washington, Etats-Unis
  • This review paper evaluates assumptions of pristine landscapes and European disruption from a geomorphic perspective, i.e., with regard to fluvial erosion and sedimentation rates. Geoarcheologic and sedimentologic evidence indicates
  • Geomorphology and geoarchaeology : cross-contribution. Geoarcheological session
  • Geomorphology and geoarchaeology : cross-contribution. Geoarcheological session