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Geodata of "Loess and other Quaternary sediments in Germany" SFB806 doi Spatial Temporal

Geo- and palaeoecological studies focusing on the late Pleistocene require a detailed knowledge of the spatial distribution of aeolian sediments. In Germany existing maps are either on large scales, have a regional focus or show significant inaccuracies such as artificial boundaries within different geological units. To obtain a more detailed, seamless map of the distribution of aeolian sediments and their potential source areas, we combined and reanalysed available geo-data, using a Geographical...
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Black carbon accrual during 2000 years of paddy-rice and non-paddy cropping in the Yangtze River Delta, China. Spatial

Rice straw burning has accompanied paddy management for millennia, introducing black carbon (BC) into soil as the residue of incomplete combustion. This study examined the contribution of BC to soil organic matter and the rate at which it accumulates in paddy soils as a result of prolonged paddy management. Soil depth profiles were sampled along a chronosequence of 0-2000 years of rice-wheat rotation systems and adjacent non-paddy systems (50-700 years) in the Bay of Hangzhou (Zhejiang province, China). The...
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Lateglacial to Holocene pedogenesis and formation of colluvial deposits in a loess landscape of Central Europe (Wetterau, Germany) Spatial

Loess areas in Central Europe have been settled since ancient times and are therefore predestined to archive information about both the paleoenvironment with and without human activities. In gentle rolling loess-landscapes distinct short and shallow valleys, so-called dells, are prominent landscape elements that act as sediment traps. The loess-paleosol-colluvium (LPC) sequence of Gambach (Wetterau, Germany) can be regarded as an exceptional sequence for Lateglacial-Holocene pedogenesis and human impact in...
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Multi-Proxy-Dataset of the Loess-Paleosol-Sequence Frankenbach, Germany SFB806 doi Spatial

The data-set contains grain-size composition, geochemical, color, and magnetic susceptibility data of the loess-paleosol-sequence Frankenbach (Germany). Further, it contains descriptions of the thin sections taken in Frankenbach.
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Mittelsteinzeitliche Fundkomplexe des 9. Jahrtausends im Bezirk Trier (Rheinland-Pfalz): Chronologischer Kontext, Rohstoffversorgung und Aktivtätsräume doi Spatial

Zusammenfassung ‒ Beruhend auf den Arbeiten von I. Koch und H. Löhr wurde im Rahmen des Projektes D4 des Sonderforschungsbereiches 806 „Our Way to Europe“ an der Universität zu Köln die Erfassung und Auswertung der mesolithischen Fundstellen im Bezirk Trier fortgesetzt. Wichtige Ergebnisse dieser Arbeiten werden hier am Beispiel der Siedlungsplätze aus dem frühen Boreal zusammenfassend dargestellt. Ausgangspunkt dieser Abhandlung ist der Fundplatz „Hüttingen an der Kyll“, der kürzlich auf etwa 8400 Jahren...
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Grenzgänger: Die Silexartefakte von Heek-Nienborg und Werl-Büderich am Übergang vom Spätpaläolithikum zum Frühestmesolithikum in Westfalen Spatial

Master thesis finished 2016. Supervisor Prof. Dr. Andreas Zimmermann
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Kommunikation und/oder spezifische Landschaftsnutzung? Zur Interpretation von Einzelfunden donauländischer Dechselklingen und Keile außerhalb frühneolithischer Wirtschaftsareale im nordwestlichen Mitteleuropa Spatial

Master thesis University of Cologne: Supervisor Prof. Dr. Andreas Zimmermann, in preparation Masterarbeit Universität zu Köln bei Prof. Dr. Andreas Zimmermann, in Vorbereitung
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Die Steinartefakte des mesolithischen Fundplatzes „Rieger Busch“ in Hagen-Eilpe Spatial

Master thesis of Nele Schneid. Supervisor Prof.Dr. Andreas Zimmermann.
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Menschenreste und Besiedlungsspuren – Das Mesolithikum der Blätterhöhle Spatial

State of research, archaeological and anthropological data from the mesolithic-neolithic cave-site Blätterhöhle in Westphalia, Germany.
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Radiocarbon-dating adhesive and wooden residues from stone tools by Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS): challenges and insights encountered in a case study doi Spatial

In this study we present and assess a process to enhance archaeological residue AMS dating by focusing on contaminant confinement. The sequence of methods applied consists of: 1) optical residue and usewear analyses, 2) experimental designs addressing cleaning treatments to mitigate impact of contaminants, 3) preparation and extraction of residues from (mostly) previously dated stone artefacts, and 4) establishing the elemental characteristics of residues by using SEM/EDX as a final step to avoid sample...
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Das Mesolithikum in Ostwestfalen-Lippe Spatial

Short overview of the Mesolithic in Eastern Westphalia.
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Nutrient status in prehistoric agricultural soils – indications from geochemical analyses of archaeological topsoil relicts Spatial

At the beginning of agriculture in Central Europe during the Neolithic (at about 5,500 BC) first farmers started to utilise the fertile loess areas. However, archaeologists have shown that the location shifted between settlement areas and, therefore, also between agricultural fields. Besides cultural and other environmental variables, it has been assumed that decreasing soil fertility was one key factor leading to human mobility. To test this hypothesis, the soil nutrient status and organic matter origin in...
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