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Neanderthals in the Cold: Middle Paleolithic Sites from the Open-Cast Mine of Garzweiler, Nordrhein-Westfalen (Germany). Spatial

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Archäobotanische Untersuchungen zum spätpaläolithischen Fundplatz Rietberg Spatial Temporal

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Die Zeit der Wiederbesiedlung nach dem zweitem Kaltemaximum der letzten Kaltzeit und die Spätphase der jäger-sammlerischen Wirtschaftsweise in Nordrhein-Westfalen. Spatial

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Neue Erkenntnisse zur Besiedlung Westfalens am Ende des späten Jungpaläolithikums. Spatial

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Neue Ergebnisse zur jungpaläolithischen Besiedlung Nordrhein-Westfalens. Spatial

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Human impact on fluvial regimes and sediment flux during the Holocene: Review and future research agenda Spatial

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Humans and the missing C-sink: erosion and burial of soil carbon through time.

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From point to area: Upscaling approaches for Late Quaternary archaeological and environmental data Spatial

Keywords: GQT2 GQT3
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Carbon burial in soil sediments from Holocene agricultural erosion, Central Europe Spatial

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Luminescence dating Project D1 Rhineland Spatial

Luminescence ages and additional information about palaeodose estimation and dosimetry. Optically stimulated luminescence dating was carried out on 20 quartz and feldspar samples using different measurement protocols (OSL, postIR IRSL @ 290 °C). Most quartz samples from the Remagen site suffer from a thermally unstable medium component, therefore quartz ages are unreliable. Further post IR IRSL dating is in progress.
Keywords: irsl luminescence osl
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Formation and Geochronology of Last Interglacial to Lower Weichselian loess/palaeosol sequences – case studies from the Lower Rhine Embayment, Germany. Spatial

Located in the Lower Rhine area two loess/palaeosol sections were investigated focusing on the last Interglacial to Lower Weichselian pedosedimentary sequence. The sections are situated in the brown coal opencast mining area of Inden and Garzweiler, and comprise archaeological find layers from the Middle Palaeolithic. Selected ratios derived from multi-element analysis are presented for the first time for the prominent loess accumulation area north of the Rhenish Shield. In addition luminescence ages were...
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