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article Lauer, F., Pätzold, S., Gerlach, R., Protze, J., Willbold, S., Amelung, W. (2013): Phosphorus status in archaeological arable topsoil relicts-Is it possible to reconstruct conditions for prehistoric agriculture in Germany

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article Wolf, M., Lehndorff, E., Mrowald, M., Eckmeier, E., Kehl, M., Frechen, M., Pätzold, S., Amelung, W. (2014): Black Carbon: fire fingerprints in Pleistocene loess-palaeosol archives in Germany

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article Lauer, F., Prost, K., Gerlach, R., Pätzold, S., Wolf, M., Urmersbach, S., Lehndorff, E., Eckmeier, E., Amelung, W. (2014): Organic fertilization and sufficient nutrient status in prehistoric agriculture? – Indications from multi-proxy analyses of archaeological topsoil relicts

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article Lehndorff, E., Wolf, M., Litt, T., Brauer, A., Amelung, W. (2015): 15,000 years of black carbon deposition - a post-glacial fire record from maar lake sediments (Germany)

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article Acksel, A., Amelung, W., Kühn, P., Gehrt, E., Regier, T., Leinweber, P. (2016): Soil organic matter characteristics as indicator of Chernozem genesis in the Baltic Sea region

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article Prost, K., Birk, J., Lehndorff, E., Gerlach, R., Amelung, W. (2017): Steroid biomarkers revisited - improved source identification of faecal remains in archaeological soil material

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article Leder, D. (2016): Core reduction strategies at the Initial Upper Palaeolithic sites Ksar Akil and Abou Halka in Lebanon.

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conference Yazici, Ö., Hoffmeister, D., Krömker, S. (2017): Accurate lightning simulations in 3D models of caves

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phdthesis Willmes, C. (2016): CRC806-Database: A semantic e-Science infrastructure for an interdisciplinary research centre

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article Widlok, T. (2014): Agency, time, and causality

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article Widlok, T. (2016): Moving between camps: towards an integrative approach to forager mobility

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article Solich, M. (2012): Neolithisation process within the Alboran territory: Models and possible African impact

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