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Impact of the Late Glacial Eruption of the Laacher See Volcano, Central Rhineland, Germany
Abstract Within a period of a few weeks toward the end of the Allerod Interstadial, the major Plinian eruption of the Laacher See volcano produced some 20 km3 of eruptiva, covering and preserving theExpand
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Vegetation History and Archaeobotany
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany publishes research papers, review articles and short contributions of high quality from Europe, the Americas and around the world. It covers the entire field ofExpand
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Lateglacial/early Holocene fluvial reactions of the Jeetzel river (Elbe valley, northern Germany) to abrupt climatic and environmental changes
Abstract Mechanisms of climatic control on river system development are still only partially known. Palaeohydrological investigations from river valleys often lack a precise chronological control ofExpand
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Reconstruction of the Allerød vegetation of the Neuwied Basin, western Germany, and its surroundings at 12,900 cal b.p.
During the late-glacial eruption of the Laacher See volcano 12,900 b.p. the whole area of the Neuwied Basin, middle Rhine region, was covered by several metres of the Laacher See Tephra (LST)Expand
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The Kärlich interglacial, Middle Rhine region, Germany: vegetation history and stratigraphic position
Pollen analytical investigations have been carried out on the sediments of five profiles from a former lake exposed at the Kärlich clay-pit, Middle Rhine region, of Germany, with the aim ofExpand
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Palaeoecology and Archaeology of the Kärlich–Seeufer Open-Air Site (Middle Pleistocene) in the Central Rhineland, Germany
Abstract The Karlich–Seeufer archaeological site in Germany's central Rhineland was excavated between 1980 and 1992. The site provides evidence for hominid activity during a Middle PleistoceneExpand
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Human impact on terrestrial ecosystems, pollen calibration and quantitative reconstruction of past land-cover
Human impact on terrestrial ecosystems, pollen calibration and quantitative reconstruction of past land cover
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Landscape evolution and agro-sylvo-pastoral activities on the Gorgan Plain (NE Iran) in the last 6000 years
The Gorgan Plain (NE Iran) is characterized by fertile soils formed on a loess plateau and is at present primarily exploited for intensive agriculture. However, the timing and intensity of the humanExpand
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Human landscapes and climate change during the Holocene
Palaeoecological and archaeobotanical studies of past environments are essential for understanding the kinds of natural settings in which agriculture and prehistoric societies evolved. They increaseExpand
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