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Geodata of European loess domains SFB806 doi Spatial Temporal

We present a new map of the distribution of aeolian sediments (mainly loess) and major potential source areas for Europe in Lehmkuhl et al. (in press). The map was compiled combining geodata of different mapping approaches. Most of the used geodata stems from accurate national maps of 27 different countries. Problematic aspects such as different nomenclatures across administrative borders were carefully investigated and revised. The result is a seamless map, which comprises pedological, geological, and...
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Geodata of alluvial fill and fluvial deposits in Europe during the last glacial maximum SFB806 doi Spatial Temporal

For the investigation of potential source areas of loess in Europe, alluvial fill and fluvial deposits were mapped. The mapping is based on different national and pan-European datasets. The methodological approach is reported in Lehmkuhl et al. (in press). This geodataset contains a shapefiles of "alluvial fill and fluvial deposits" according to the European loess map published by Lehmkuhl et al. (in press). A layer package file can be used to obtain the same visual appearance as published. ...
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Geodata of European loess, sandy loess and aeolian sand SFB806 doi Spatial Temporal

We present a new map of the distribution of aeolian sediments (mainly loess) and major potential source areas for Europe. The map was compiled combining geodata of different mapping approaches. Most of the used geodata stems from accurate national maps of 27 different countries. Problematic aspects such as different nomenclatures across administrative borders were carefully investigated and revised. The result is a seamless map, which comprises pedological, geological, and geomorphological data and can be...
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Supplementary data of Hensel et al. 2021, Frontiers in Earth Science SFB806 doi Spatial

This data corresponds to the article and shall be quoted as such using the provided DOI: Hensel, E., Vogelsang, R., Noack, T., and Bubenzer, O. (2021). Stratigraphy and Chronology of Sodicho Rockshelter – A new sedimentological record of past environmental changes and human settlement phases in Southwestern Ethiopia. Frontiers in Earth Science 8(640). doi: 10.3389/feart.2020.611700.
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OSL data of the Balta Alba Kurgan loess-paleosol sequence, Romania SFB806 doi Spatial Temporal

This is the DRAC file (cf. Durcan et al., 2015) used for age calculation of the optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) dating data from the Balta Alba Kurgan loess-paleosol sequence in Romania. This dataset corresponds to the luminescence age data published in Scheidt et al. (2020). The sample names in the first column are encoded as follows: Profile-number_sample-number_protocol. So for example sample BAK1_1_IR50 gives the results of conventional IRSL at 50°C measurements for sample no. 1 in profile BAK1....
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Mesolithic sites in Franconia. Coordinates and chronological composition data base, 2020_10_18_B.Spies SFB806 doi Spatial

The data set contains information on Mesolithic sites in Franconia and adjacent regions. Site IDs (column A) are structured regionally. Sites with 1001-1304 are located in Lower Franconia and directly adjacent areas. 2001-2097 are based on the activities of one private collector surveying a microregion in Middle Franconia over a period of 40 years. 3001-3015 are taken from Robert Graf (2010) Das Mesolithikum im Landkreis Kronach. Unpublished Magister thesis, University of Munich. 4001-4032 are based on the...
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CRC806-E1 Database on Final Palaeolithic sites of Europe V-2020_08_20 SFB806 doi Spatial Temporal

The dataset comprises site-locations for the Final Palaeoltihc of Europe. For questions and comments contact: Isabell Schmidt isabell.schmidt@uni-koeln.de
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Stable organic carbon and nitrogen isotope data for two loess-palaeosol sequences in the Carpathian Basin SFB806 doi Spatial

This proxy dataset corresponds to the article Pötter et al. (2020) and comprises geochemical data (stable organic carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios) of the loess-palaeosol sequences of Irig (Serbia) and Semlac (Romania) in the southern Carpathian Basin Reference Pötter, S., Schmitz, A., Lücke, A., Schulte, P., Obreht, I., Zech, M., Wissel, H., Zech, M., Marković, S.B. and Lehmkuhl F. (accepted). Middle to Late Pleistocene environments based on stable organic carbon and nitrogen isotopes of...
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Crvenka-At– preliminary results from a lowland Aurignacian site in the middle Danube catchment,

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Human Adaptations to the Last Glacial Maximum: The Solutrean and its Neighbors Temporal

The book assembles new insights into humanity’s social, cultural and economic developments during the Last Glacial Maximum in Western Europe and adjacent regions. It gathers original, up-to-date research results on the Solutrean techno-complex, reflecting four major fields of research: data from current excavations; analysis of lithic assemblages; new results from studies on climatic conditions and human-environmental interactions; and insights into artistic expressions. New methodological and analytical...
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Supplementary data of Hensel et al. 2019, E&G Quaternary Sci. J. SFB806 doi Spatial

This data corresponds to the article and shall be quoted as such using the provided DOI: Hensel, E. A., Bödeker, O., Bubenzer, O., and Vogelsang, R.: Combining geomorphological–hydrological analyses and the location of settlement and raw material sites – a case study on un-derstanding prehistoric human settlement activity in the southwestern Ethiopian Highlands, E&GQuaternary Sci. J., 68, 201–213, https://doi.org/10.5194/egqsj-68-201-2019, 2019.
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Distribution Maps of Early Neolithic in Central Europe and in Rhineland

The distribution of early Neolithic Bandkeramik sites is represented in two scales (central Europe and Rhineland) by detailed point distribution patterns and generalized polygons of high density areas. Location of sites is derived by digitizing published maps. Data: for central Europe from PREUSS (ed.) 1998 Map 1; for Rhineland from RICHTER / CLAßEN 1997 The method to delimit high density areas in a standardized way follows a protocol with six steps (see below point 4). This combination of methods is...
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