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Human and climatic impact on the environment as derived from colluvial, fluvial and lacustrine archives—examples from the Bronze Age to the Migration period, Germany
Investigation of colluvial, fluvial and lacustrine sediment archives from 12 sites in Germany for the last ca 5000 years demonstrates that there is no synchronous development of the culturalExpand
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The history of rye cultivation in Europe
During recent years finds from several prehistoric and medieval periods have thrown new light on the history of the spread of rye. It is now proven that wild rye is indigenous to Anatolia and wasExpand
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Stratigraphische Begriffe für das Quartär des norddeutschen Vereisungsgebietes
Abstract. Norddeutschland und angrenzende Gebiete, beeinflusst durch die skandinavischen Inlandvereisungen, sind klassische Regionen der Quartargeologie und -stratigraphie. Der Schweizer Geologe VONExpand
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A new Holocene sea‐level curve for the southern North Sea
Behre, K.-E. 2007 (January): A new Holocene sea-level curve for the southern North Sea. Boreas, Vol. 36, pp. 82–102. Oslo. ISSN 0300–9483. A new sea-level curve (MHW, mean high water level)Expand
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The rôle of man in European vegetation history
Today’s cultural landscape is the result of human impact upon natural ecosystems over millenia and, in more recent times, the purposeful creation of a landscape specifically for agriculturalExpand
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Quantitative reconstructions of changes in regional openness in north-central Europe reveal new insights into old questions
Abstract By applying the recently developed model REVEALS (Regional Estimates of VEgetation Abundance from Large Sites) ( Sugita, 2007 ) to pollen data from a large number of sites across NorthernExpand
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Evidence for Mesolithic agriculture in and around central Europe?
A critical assessment of the data recently put forward in favour of a ‘Mesolithic agriculture’ for Central and Northern Europe is presented. The archaeobotanical record is quite clear: hundreds ofExpand
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The history of beer additives in Europe — A review
The many excavations of medieval sites during recent years have resulted in a strong increase in archaeobotanical records including species which were used as beer additives. Since the firstExpand
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Biostratigraphy of the last glacial period in Europe
The European Early Weichselian (= Early Wurmian) is characterized by two long and relatively warm interstadials — Brorup and Odderade — which can be traced and correlated with certainty across largeExpand
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