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5053-4A - Image Section 10-2 Spatial

Sediment core: 5053-4A Segment: 10 Section: 2 Proxy: HiRes Line Scan Image
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5053-4A - Image Section 10-1 Spatial

Sediment core: 5053-4A Segment: 10 Section: 1 Proxy: HiRes Line Scan Image
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5053-4A - Image Section 9-4 Spatial

Sediment core: 5053-4A Segment: 9 Section: 4 Proxy: HiRes Line Scan Image OSL Material
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5053-4A - Image Section 9-3 Spatial

Sediment core: 5053-4A Segment: 9 Section: 3 Proxy: HiRes Line Scan Image
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5053-4A - Image Section 9-2 Spatial

Sediment core: 5053-4A Segment: 9 Section: 2 Proxy: HiRes Line Scan Image
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5053-4A - Image Section 2-1 Spatial

Sediment core: 5053-4A Segment: 2 Section: 1 Proxy: HiRes Line Scan Image
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5053-4A - Image Section 1-3 Spatial

Sediment core: 5053-4A Segment: 1 Section: 3 Proxy: HiRes Line Scan Image OSL material
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5053-4A - Image Section 1-2 Spatial

Sediment core: 5053-4A Segment: 1 Section: 2 Proxy: HiRes Line Scan Image
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5053-4A - Water content Spatial

Sediment core: 5053-4A Proxy: Water content The corrected depth (m) is applied. Original labeling values (cm) are also given.
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A semantic wiki as repository to review published palaeo-data in East Africa SFB806 doi Spatial

Our research interests in palaeo-studies in East Africa remain high, partly because of the Out-of-Africa hypotheses predicting Homo sapiens origin to be situated in East Africa. Since several decades archaeologists and geoscientists explore suitable sites to answer related questions. Simultaneously, analytical methods applied to the archives improved in their sensibility or resolution over the given time. The amount of published scientific data is enormous, but has to be carefully checked on their...
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Aquatic community response in a groundwater-fed desert lake to Holocene desiccation of the Sahara doi Spatial

The finely laminated sediment record of a permanent, hypersaline, desert oasis lake in the Ounianga region of northeastern Chad presents a unique opportunity to document the hydrological evolution of this groundwater-fed aquatic ecosystem during mid- and late-Holocene desiccation of the Sahara. In this study we reconstruct long-term changes in zoobenthos and zooplankton communities of Lake Yoa as their early-Holocene freshwater habitat changed into the hypersaline conditions prevailing today. Chironomid...
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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

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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