Publications


Found 115 publications

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article Chu, W. (2018): The Danube Corridor Hypothesis and the Carpathian Basin: Geological, Environmental and Archaeological Approaches to Characterizing Aurignacian Dynamics

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article Rostami, M., Zeitlin, V., Montabon, L. (2018): On the role of spatially inhomogeneous diabatic effects upon the evolution of Mars’ annular polar vortex

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article Schröder, T., van 't Hoff, J., Ortiz, J., de Torrez Perez-Hidalgo, T., Lopez-Salez, J., Melles, M., Holzhausen, A., Wennrich, V., Viehberg, F., Reicherter, K. (2017): Shallow hypersaline lakes as paleoclimate archives: A case study from the Laguna Salada Malaga province, southern Spain

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article Lehmkuhl, F., Pötter, S., Pauligk, A., Bösken, J. (2018): Loess and other Quaternary sediments in Germany

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article Chen, C., Litt, T. (2018): Dead Sea pollen provides new insights into the paleoenvironment of the southern Levant during MIS 6-5

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article Rostami, M., Zeitlin, V. (2018): Improved moist-convective rotating shallow water model and its application to instabilities of hurricane-like vortices

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article Kindermann, K., van Peer, P., Henselowsky, F. (2018): At the lakeshore – An Early Nubian Complex site linked with lacustrine sediments (Eastern Desert, Egypt)

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article Schiebel, V., Litt, T. (2017): Holocene vegetation history of the southern Levant based on a pollen record from Lake Kinneret (Sea of Galilee), Israel

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phdthesis Chen, C. (2017): Dead Sea Pollen Reveal the Paleoenvironment of the Southern Levant during 147–89 ka from the Paleobotanical Perspective

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inbook Weig, D. (2018): Resonating with different worlds: how Baka musical practices generate sociality, identities and connection to ritual spirits

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inbook Litt, T., Ohlwein, C. (2017): Pollen as Palaeoclimate Indicators in the Levant

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phdthesis Foerster, V. (2014): Late Quaternary climate variability in the source region of Homo sapiens: Dry-wet cycles in Chew Bahir, southern Ethiopia

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