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Das Mesolithikum in Ostwestfalen-Lippe Spatial

Short overview of the Mesolithic in Eastern Westphalia.
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Un­ter­su­chung des Se­di­ment­be­ckens in Azraq, Jor­da­ni­en mit­tels Ra­dio­ma­gne­to­tell­u­rik und Gleich­strom­geo­elek­trik

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Joint-Inversion von Transient Elektromagnetik und Gleichstromgeoelektrik Daten aus Azraq/Jordanien: Untersuchung von Static Shift Effekten

Aufgrund von oberflächennahen Inhomogenitäten können Static Shift Effekte auftreten. Das heißt, dass es zu einem parallelen Versatz von Sondierungskurven der Gleichstromgeoelektrik aufgrund von Aufladungseffekten kommen kann, wenn sich Ladungen an einer kleinen, oberflächennahen Inhomogenität ansammeln und aufgrund ihres elektrischen Feldes das elektrische Feld des Senders verzerren. Der Einfluss von Static Shift kann mit Einschränkung durch eine ergänzende Messung mit alternativen Verfahren, die keine...
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GIS-based catchment analysis for prehistoric sites. Cost distance modelling and Least Cost Path generation

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Upper Palaeolithic mobility patterns and territoriality in Western Cantabria using Least Cost Path Analysis

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El Abrigo del Molino (Segovia, España). Un nuevo yacimiento musteriense en el interior de la Península Ibérica

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Regreso a la cueva de Los Casares (Guadalajara). Un nuevo proyecto de investigación para el yacimiento del seno A

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Palaeoclimatological research of the Early Quaternary from the Laguna de Medina, Cádiz, Spain

Our work (C3 project) is a contribution to the CRC 806 “Our way to Europe”, dealing with the climatic and environmental changes in the Upper Pleistocene – Middle Holocene of the Iberian Peninsula (IP) and its connection to human migration. The connection between archeological and geological archives is one of the aims of this research. The question of the Late Quaternary climate in the Western Mediterranean and its influence on human migration is still not, or more over contradictory answered. This is...
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The Holocene archaeological sequence and site formation processes at Ifri Oudadane, NE Morocco

The coastal site of Ifri Oudadane is one of the most important sites in the Mediterranean Maghreb. Recent excavations have provided a stratigraphy featuring the transition from Epipalaeolithic hunter-gatherers to Neolithic food producers. This transitional process could be defined by various features. The sedimentological field description revealed a change from homogenous sediment to more structured deposits, and similar to the so-called “fumiers” that are characteristic of animal husbandry in caves and...
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Quaternary climate change and Heinrich events in the southern Balkans: Lake Prespa diatom palaeolimnology from the last interglacial to present doi Spatial

Lake Prespa, in the Balkans, contains an important palaeo-archive in a key location for understanding Quaternary climate variability in the transition between Mediterranean and central European climate zones. Previous palaeoenvironmental research on sediment cores indicates that the lake is highly sensitive to climate change and that diatoms are likely to be strong palaeohydrological proxies. Here, we present new results from diatom analysis of a ca. 91 ka sequence, core Co1215, which spans the time from...
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Report on the third field season of the joint research project "Sodmein Cave" (Eastern Desert, Egypt) in spring 2012

The third field season of the joint research project “Sodmein Cave”, conducted by the German University of Cologne and the Belgian University of Leuven, took place in spring 2012 between the 10th of March and the 15th of April. The field work was carried out under the aegis of the Collaborative Research Centre 806, which was established in 2009 by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (Research Funding Organisation). During the first field campaign in 2010 the archaeological excavations in Sodmein Cave could...
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Report on the field season autumn 2010 in Sodmein Cave (Eastern Desert, Egypt)

Although Sodmein Cave was discovered about 30 years ago by M. Prickett (Prickett 1979), systematic research started during the 1990’s by the Belgian Middle Egypt Prehistoric Project (BMEPP) of the Leuven University (e.g. Moeyersons et al. 2002, Vermeersch 1994, Van Peer et al. 1996). With this archaeological field season in 2010 the research in Sodmein Cave was resumed as a joint project of the universities Leuven and Cologne. After the resolution of some administrative problems with regard to the military...
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