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Luminescence dating results 2013-2017 (published and unpublished data) of project F2 and B1

Luminescence age estimates and additional information about equivalen dose estimation and dosimetry. Optically stimulated luminescence and post infrared infrared stimulated luminescence applied to coarse-grained quartz and feldspar as well as polymineral fine grains from loess.
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Luminescence dating results 2013-2017 (published and unpublished data) of project F2 and C1

Luminescence age estimates and additional information about equivalent dose estimation and dosimetry. Optically stimulated luminescence and post infrared infrared stimulated luminescence applied to coarse-grained quartz and feldspar from cave and rock shelter deposits.
Keywords: GQT2 LRQ12
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Luminescence dating results 2013-2017 (published and unpublished data) of project F2 and C2

Luminescence age estimates and additional information about equivalent dose estimation and dosimetry. Optically stimulated luminescence and post infrared infrared stimulated luminescence applied to coarse-grained quartz and feldspar from fluvial deposits and cave sediments was measured.
Keywords: GQT2 LRQ12
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Luminescence dating results 2013-2017 (published and unpublished data) of project F2 and D1

Luminescence age estimates and additional information about equivalent dose estimation and dosimetry. Optically stimulated luminescence and post infrared infrared stimulated luminescence applied to coarse-grained quartz and feldspar as well as polymineral fine grains from loess was measured.
Keywords: GQT2 LRQ12
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LumReader R package

A series of functions to estimate the detection windows of a luminescence reader based on the filters and the photomultiplier (PMT) selected. These functions also allow to simulate a luminescence experiment based on the thermoluminesce (TL) or the optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) properties of a material.
Keywords: LRQ1
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Three climatic cycles recorded in a loess-paleosol sequence at Semlac (Romania) – implications for dust accumulation in south-eastern Europe doi Spatial

Recent investigations of the Semlac loess section in the south-eastern Carpathian Basin, which is situated at an undercut slope position on the right bank of the Mureş River in its lower reaches (Banat region, western Romanian), are presented and discussed. Dating back to marine isotope stage (MIS) 10, the more than 10 m thick loess sequence includes four fossil soil-complexes developed in homogenous and relatively fine silty loess. Because of the good preservation of the sediment, Semlac is regarded as a...
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Environmental change indicated by grain-size variations and trace elements: examples from two different sections - the sandy-loess sediments from the Doroshivtsy site (Ukraine) and the loess section Semlac (Romania) doi

Loess sequences provide important and at least a partial continuous record of Quaternary palaeoenvironmental change; some of the sequences even bury archaeological remains. In addition, loess-palaeosol sequences provide valuable information concerning environmental change and climate evolution. In this study, we compare two sections: (1) The Middle to Late Pleistocene loesspaleosol section of Semlac in western Romania (MIS 10 – 1), and (2) the sandy-loess section of Doroshivtsy in western Ukraine (MIS...
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Testing feldspar against quartz luminescence dating of the sandy loess sediments from the Doroshivtsy site (Ukraine) doi

Post-infrared infrared stimulated luminescence (pIRIR) dating has reactivated the use of feldspar minerals to date Pleistocene deposits. We compared pIRIR stimulation measured at 290 °C (pIRIR290) of coarse grain feldspar (100–200 μm) and optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) of coarse grain quartz (100–150 μm) with radiocarbon dating. The samples were taken from the lower part of the Doroshivtsy sandy loess sequence, which contains Gravettian artefact layers. The site is one of the very few sections in...
Keywords: GQT1 LRQ1
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Late Neanderthals at Jarama VI (Central Iberia)? doi

Previous geochronological and archaeological studies on the rock shelter Jarama VI suggested a late survival of Neanderthals in central Iberia and the presence of lithic assemblages of Early Upper Paleolithic affinity. New data on granulometry, mineralogical composition, geochemical fingerprints and micromorphology of the sequence corroborate the previous notion that the archaeological units JVI.2.1 to JVI.2.3 are slackwater deposits of superfloods, which did not experience significant post-depositional...
Keywords: LRQ15
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Tephrostratigraphic studies on a sediment core from Lake Prespa in the Balkans doi Spatial

A detailed tephrostratigraphic record, which dates back to Marine Isotope Stage (MIS) 5b (ca. 91 kyr), has been established from a 17.76 m long core (Co1215) from Lake Prespa (Macedonia, Albania and Greece). A total of eleven tephra and cryptotephra layers (PT0915-1 to PT0915-11) were identified, using XRF scanning, magnetic susceptibility measurements, and macro- and microscopic inspection of the sediments. The major element composition of glass shards and/or micro-pumice fragments indicates that the...
Keywords: GQT2
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Optical dating of sediments in Wadi Sabra (SW Jordan) doi Spatial

At Wadi Sabra (SW Jordan) human occupation dates back to the Palaeolithic and Epipalaeolithic. Although there is stratigraphic correlation based on archaeological finds of Ahmarian origin, numerical age estimates are lacking. We applied single-aliquot optical dating of coarse grained quartz of wadi deposits and investigated the luminescence properties in detail to achieve more accurate age information about the time of human occupation. Weak luminescence signals and scattered dose distributions characterise...
Keywords: GQT1 LRQ1
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Quantification and spatial distribution of dose rate relevant elements in silex used for luminescence dating doi

Thermoluminescence (TL) is routinely used to date heated lithic artefacts which mostly consist of silex (a mixture of amorphous opal and microcrystalline chalcedony). Analytical investigations of bulk samples confirmed that these materials contain considerable concentrations of radioactive elements, generating an internal dose rate contribution. Common dosimetric models assume the latter to be homogeneous throughout the sample. If this assumption would prove invalid, this will result in systematic errors in...
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