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Archaeology and Its Relevance to Climate and Water Level Changes: A Review
A brief review of archaeological data is given and their relevance to the reconstruction of climate and water level changes is discussed. Research since the nineteenth century has established a goodExpand
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The Future Chemical Evolution of the Aral Sea from 2000 to the Years 2050
The future of Southern Aral Sea water in Kazakhstan, and of the sequence of mineral evaporitic sediments precipitated since the beginning of the present regression from gypsum to bloed-iteExpand
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Archaeology and Climate: settlement and lake-level changes at the Aral Sea
New archaeological and geomorphologic data collected adjacent to the Aral Sea show lake-level stands during the late Pleistocene and the past 5000 years. On the northern and southern shores,Expand
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Control of wind strength and frequency in the Aral Sea basin during the late Holocene
Changing content of detrital input in laminated sediments traced by XRF scanning and microfacies analyses reflect prominent variations in sedimentation processes in the Aral Sea. A high-resolutionExpand
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A millennium of History: The Iron Age in Southern Central Asia (2nd and 1st millennia BC).
“A Millennium of History” contains new research on 1000 years of history by international scientists. The Iron Age is framed by two major cultural changes: the end of Bronze Age urban civilizationsExpand
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Zu den steinernen Zeptern/Stössel-Zeptern, Miniatursäulen und Phalli der Bronzezeit Eurasiens
L'auteur traite dans cet article des pilons, sceptres ou colonnes miniatures de l'âge du Bronze en Eurasie. Il les classifie en cinq groupes principaux, s'interesse a la technique de fabrication miseExpand
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Afghanistan. Antiker Bergbau und Kulturelles Erbe. Die Arbeiten der Jahre 2013 bis 2017
The DFG-Project “RESAF – Ressources and antique mining in Afghanistan”, began in June 2017 as a continuation of the research supported so far by the German Foreign Ministry. The development of theExpand