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Multi-Scale Dimension of Relief in Geoarchaeology. A base for reconstructing Late Pleistocene environments in the Eastern Desert of Egypt

Abstract

Scale, spatial and temporal, is one of the most important issues to deal with, when reconstructing former environments and landscapes in context of geoarchaeology. We present remote sensing investigations of different scales in order to answer crucial questions about late Pleistocene terrain environment as one important aspect for the migration of anatomically modern humans in Northeast Africa.

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Henselowsky, F., Handke, J., Bolten, A., Hoffmeister, D., Kindermann, K., Bubenzer, O. (2016): Multi-Scale Dimension of Relief in Geoarchaeology. A base for reconstructing Late Pleistocene environments in the Eastern Desert of Egypt. CRC806-Database, DOI: 10.5880/SFB806.26

Authors Henselowsky, Felix and Handke, Jonas and Bolten, Andreas and Hoffmeister, Dirk and Kindermann, Karin and Bubenzer, Olaf
Type poster
Title Multi-Scale Dimension of Relief in Geoarchaeology. A base for reconstructing Late Pleistocene environments in the Eastern Desert of Egypt
DOI 10.5880/SFB806.26
Year 2016
Publisher CRC806-Database
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