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Geostatistische und typochronologische Untersuchungen am mesolithischen Fundplatz Hambach 1 (Kr. Düren) Temporal

Bachelor Thesis in prep. Supervisor A. Zimmermann
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Bokel Fenn II bei Oerlinghausen. Ein endmesolithischer Siedlungsplatz mit Hüttenbefund in Lippe Temporal

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Grenzgänger: Die Silexartefakte von Heek-Nienborg und Werl-Büderich am Übergang vom Spätpaläolithikum zum Frühestmesolithikum in Westfalen Spatial Temporal

Master thesis finished 2016. Supervisor Prof. Dr. Andreas Zimmermann
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Kommunikation und/oder spezifische Landschaftsnutzung? Zur Interpretation von Einzelfunden donauländischer Dechselklingen und Keile außerhalb frühneolithischer Wirtschaftsareale im nordwestlichen Mitteleuropa Spatial Temporal

Master thesis University of Cologne: Supervisor Prof. Dr. Andreas Zimmermann, in preparation Masterarbeit Universität zu Köln bei Prof. Dr. Andreas Zimmermann, in Vorbereitung
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Die Steinartefakte des mesolithischen Fundplatzes „Rieger Busch“ in Hagen-Eilpe Spatial Temporal

Master thesis of Nele Schneid. Supervisor Prof.Dr. Andreas Zimmermann.
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Menschenreste und Besiedlungsspuren – Das Mesolithikum der Blätterhöhle Spatial Temporal

State of research, archaeological and anthropological data from the mesolithic-neolithic cave-site Blätterhöhle in Westphalia, Germany.
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Das Mesolithikum in Ostwestfalen-Lippe Spatial Temporal

Short overview of the Mesolithic in Eastern Westphalia.
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Sedimentation changes in a complete Holocene lacustrine record in the Sahara: Varve thickness, seasonality and event layers – Problems of identification, interpretation and chronology. Spatial Temporal

Lake Yoa (19.03°N, 20.31°E, 380 m a.s.l.) is a groundwater-fed lake in the hyperarid eastern Sahara halfway between the Tibesti Mountains and the Ennedi plateau. Kröpelin et al. (2008) revealed that the bottom sediments contain a unique archive of climatic and environmental change in the Earth´s major desert. The 7.5 m sediment record of OUNIK03/04 which covers 6,100 years has been extended to a maximum drill depth of 15.7 m during a 2010 coring campaign within the framework of the Collaborative...
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Ages for the Middle Stone Age of Southern Africa: Implications for Human Behavior and Dispersal Spatial Temporal

The expansion of modern human populations in Africa 80,000 to 60,000 years ago and their initial exodus out of Africa have been tentatively linked to two phases of technological and behavioral innovation within the Middle Stone Age of southern Africa—the Still Bay and Howieson’s Poort industries—that are associated with early evidence for symbols and personal ornaments. Establishing the correct sequence of events, however, has been hampered by inadequate chronologies. We report ages for nine sites from...
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