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Phytoplankton sinking rates in the Rhine region of freshwater influence
It is concluded that SetCol gives adequate results when incubations are performed at or near in situ irradiance and temperature; sinking rates are predominantly determined by cell or colony density rather than their size; periodic sedimentation is an important species-specific loss process for phytoplankton in the Dutch coastal zone.
Improved age control on early Homo fossils from the upper Burgi Member at Koobi Fora, Kenya.
Relevance of aquatic environments for hominins: a case study from Trinil (Java, Indonesia).
Plio-Pleistocene facies environments from the KBS Member, Koobi Fora Formation: implications for climate controls on the development of lake-margin hominin habitats in the northeast Turkana Basin…
Homo erectus at Trinil on Java used shells for tool production and engraving
A fossil freshwater shell assemblage from the Hauptknochenschicht of Trinil (Java, Indonesia) is reported, indicating that the engraving was made by Homo erectus, and that it is considerably older than the oldest geometric engravings described so far.
The earliest occupation of north-west Europe: a coastal perspective
Middle Pleistocene climate and hydrological environment at the Boxgrove hominin site (West Sussex, UK) from ostracod records
The influence of tidal straining and wind on suspended matter and phytoplankton distribution in the Rhine outflow region
The development of a Phaeocystis bloom in a mesocosm experiment in relation to nutrients, irradiance and coexisting algae
Abstract A widespread hypothesis is that man-induced eutrophication, an increase in nitrogen and/or phosphorus rather than silicon, gives a competitive advantage to the non-silicon using flagellates…