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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 resistivity-depth model of the central Azraq basin area, Jordan: 2D forward and inverse modeling of time domain electromagnetic data

The focus of this thesis is the geophysical exploration of the central part of the Azraq basin in the northeastern desert of Jordan. In addition to common 1D inversion techniques, further 2D forward modeling strategies and a rarely used 2D inverse modeling scheme are applied to transient electromagnetic data. The Azraq area is of potential interest for palaeoclimatical and archaeological research in the frame of the interdisciplinary Collaborative Research Centre 806, entitled "Our Way to Europe" (CRC 806)....
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Investigation of the Azraq Basin, Jordan using Integrated Geoelectrical Techniques: 2D Modeling of Transient Electromagnetic Data

The Eastern Mediterranean has been the passageway for human migration from Africa to the Middle East, the Balkans and Europe. The Azraq basin in the eastern desert of Jordan has been a major spot for human settlements since the middle Pleistocene. The former lake in the basin center has developed to a 10 km × 10 km large hyper-saline alluvial mudflat, the Qa’ Al Azraq. In the basin center thick sequences of alluvial sediments, consisting mostly of clay and various evaporates, are deposited. We utilized the...
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Investigation of the Azraq Basin in the Eastern Desert of Jordan using Integrated Geoelectrical Techniques

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Geophysical field data recorded in Azraq, Jordan in 2011/2012

The central loop transient electromagnetic data were recorded in the central Azraq basin area, Jordan in two field surveys in 2011 and 2012. Two transects 5 km and 7 km long transects were investigated from the peripherie of the Azraq mudflat across its center. In total 150 soundings were recorded using either a 100x100 m transmitter loop for deep investigations down to approx. 120 m depth, or a 50x50 transmitter loop for fast transmitter turn-off times and shallow investigation. The data is processed, i.e....
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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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Investigation of the Azraq sedimentary basin, Jordan using integrated geoelectrical and electromagnetic techniques doi

The Eastern Mediterranean has been used as a passageway for human migration from Africa to the Middle East, the Balkans and Europe. The Azraq basin in the eastern desert of Jordan has been a major spot for human settlements since the middle Pleistocene. The former lake in the basin centre has developed to a hyper-saline alluvial mudflat, the Qa’ Al Azraq. In the mudflat thick sequences of alluvial sediments are deposited. Such sediment successions are promising archives used for reconstructing a...
Keywords: GQT2
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