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  • Climato-stratigraphic subdivision of the Pleistocene in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany and adjoining areas
    gravel fraction and indicator rocks of glacial deposits were used for stratigraphical interpretations and correlation Glaciofluvial sediments were dated by TL and OSL Combined with the stratigraphical information from organic deposits a new climato stratigraphic table of the Pleistocene for Schleswig Holstein with a revised subdivision of the Middle and Late Pleistocene could be established The pollen sequence of the oldest Pleistocene warm phase Warmhörn Thermomer is published for the first time The complete Early Pleistocene and lower Middle Pleistocene stratigraphical sequence is documented at Lieth and at Gorleben Lower Saxony in two continuous successions of organic beds developed during warm phases alternating with cold phase deposits The uppermost part of the Lieth succession and the lowermost part of Gorleben overlap The combined succession provides a unique reference for correlations through Europe No more than three cold stages involving glaciation are demonstrated to exist currently in Schleswig Holstein the Elsterian and the Saalian in the upper Middle Pleistocene and the Weichselian in the Late Pleistocene A possible pre Elsterian glaciation is discussed The Holsteinian is correlated with MIS 9e The Saalian includes a lower part with non glacial cold phases and warm phases the Wacken Warmzeit Dömnitz and the Leck

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  • Climato-stratigraphic subdivision of the Pleistocene in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany and adjoining areas
    zurückliegenden vier Jahrzehnten detaillierte Untersuchungen an Probenmaterial aus Aufschlüssen und Kernbohrungen durchgeführt Analysen der Kiesfraktion und von Leitgeschieben aus glazialen Ablagerungen wurden für die Interpretation und Korrelation genutzt Glazifluviatile Sedimente wurden TL und OSL datiert Zusammen mit der stratigraphischen Information aus organischen Ablagerungen konnte eine neue klimatostratigraphische Tabelle des Pleistozäns für Schleswig Holstein mit revidierter Gliederung des Mittel und Oberpleistozäns erstellt werden Die Pollensequenz der ältesten pleistozänen Warmzeit Warmhörn Thermomer wird erstmals veröffentlicht Das Unterpleistozän Altpleistozän und das untere Mittelpleistozän sind bei Lieth und bei Gorleben Niedersachsen in zwei kontinuierlichen Schichtfolgen vollständig dokumentiert abgelagert in einem Wechsel von warmen und kalten Klimaphasen Der oberste Abschnitt der Abfolge von Lieth und der unterste der Abfolge von Gorleben überlappen Die kombinierte Abfolge bietet ein einzigartiges Referenzprofil für Korrelationen innerhalb Europas Bisher wurden in Schleswig Holstein nur drei Kaltzeiten mit Vergletscherungen nachgewiesen Elster und Saale Kaltzeit im oberen Mittelpleistozän und die Weichsel Kaltzeit im Oberpleistozän Eine mögliche prä elsterzeitliche Vergletscherung wird diskutiert Die Holstein Warmzeit wird mit MIS 9e korreliert Das Saale umfasst einen unteren Abschnitt mit nicht glaziären Kaltzeiten und mit Warmzeiten der Wacken Warmzeit Dömnitz und der Leck Warmzeit korreliert mit MIS 7e und MIS 7c und einen glaziären oberen Abschnitt

    Original URL path: http://e-docs.geo-leo.de/handle/11858/00-1735-0000-0023-4764-D (2016-02-15)
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  • "Spongy, slimy, cosy & more"
    8 Dateiname GCG77 spongy 978 PDF 18 9 MB Google View Download Kategorien Festschriften Geobiologie Festschriften Paläontologie Zur Langanzeige Zusammenfassung This volume contains papers presented in part at a symposium held in May 2012 at Göttingen University to honour Professor Joachim Reitner for his numerous contributions to the fields of geobiology geology and palaeontology Our present volume reflects the breadth of Reitnerś interests and accomplishement with tributes and research or

    Original URL path: http://e-docs.geo-leo.de/handle/11858/00-1735-0000-0024-1F16-8 (2016-02-15)
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  • Ice Age geomorphological Ahorn Valley and Ailsbach River terrace evolution – and its importance for the cave use possibilities by cave bears, top predators (hyenas, wolves and lions) and humans (Neanderthals, Late Palaeolithics) in the Frankonian Karst
    and lions and humans Neanderthals Late Palaeolithics in the Frankonian Karst Diedrich Cajus E G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 62 No 2 p 162 174 Erstveröffentlichung 2013 12 20 Geozon Science Media Artikel Verlagsversion Englisch Zum Verlinken Bookmarken http hdl handle net 11858 00 1735 0000 0023 1D77 7 Dateiname vol62 no2 a07 pdf PDF 4 5 MB Google View Download Zur Langanzeige Zusammenfassung The Sophie s Cave in Upper Franconia Bavaria South Germany eroded into Upper Jurassic reef dolomite and is a perfect model including all three stages of cave development ranging from a 1 ponor cave to 2 intermediate periodically flooded cave to 3 dry cave The key position of the cave along the Ahorn Valley a side valley of the larger Wiesent River Valley allow a cave genesis and evolution reconstruction which started in the Pliocene The main refill took place in the Quaternary with Middle to Late Pleistocene river terrace sediments present as relict sediments Seven valley genesis stages between Pliocene to final Late Pleistocene can be separated in elevations of 440 to 375 meters a s l The lowering of the Ailsbach River in the Ahorn Valley is important to understand the accessibility of caves

    Original URL path: http://e-docs.geo-leo.de/handle/11858/00-1735-0000-0023-1D77-7 (2016-02-15)
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  • Last Interglacial paleosols with Argic horizons in Upper Austria and Central Russia
    to the bioclimatic conditions of that period We studied micromorphological physical chemical bulk chemical composition texture and dithionite extractable iron and mineralogical characteristics of two profiles an Eemian Luvisol in Upper Austria Oberlaab and a Mikulino Albeluvisol in Central Russia Alexandrov Quarry near Kursk to compare them with recent analogous soils and to make further paleoecological and chronological inferences Both profiles showed a set of characteristics indicative for weathering of primary minerals clay transformation illuviation and surface redoximorphic stagnic processes Paleosols demonstrate more advanced development than the Holocene analogues manifested however in different pedogenetic characteristics The Eemian Luvisol in Upper Austria is characterized by stronger clay illuviation manifested in higher clay content and abundance of illuvial clay pedofeatures in the Bt horizon Mikulino Albeluvisol in Central Russia is more strongly affected by eluvial and stagnic processes evidenced by deeper and more intensive accumulation of bleached silty material and clay depletion We suppose that the properties of parent material are responsible for these differences Russian Albeluvisol is formed on the Dnepr loess poor in weatherable minerals and having limited capacity for buffering acidity and clay formation The higher development status of the Last Interglacial paleosols compared to the Holocene soils having

    Original URL path: http://e-docs.geo-leo.de/handle/11858/00-1735-0000-001F-31B2-0 (2016-02-15)
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  • Paudorf locus typicus (Lower Austria) revisited
    in Paudorf Lower Austria has been known for decades as locus typicus of the Paudorfer Bodenbildung Paudorf paleosol The upper section of the outcrop contains an up to 1 m thick pedocomplex that developed during MIS 5 The differentiated sequence of loess like sediment below including a more than 2 m thick pedocomplex in its basal part is an exceptional archive of landscape evolution from the Middle Pleistocene Herein we present detailed paleopedological and sedimentological surveys as well as first micromorphological observations to address the sequence in its entirety and the processes leading to its genesis Furthermore high resolution color and carbonate analyses as well as detailed texture analyses have resulted in a substantial database The studies show that the loess sediments were subject to a polygenetic development under periglacial conditions reflected in eolian silt and fine sand accumulation admixture of local material during mostly solifluidal redeposition and in situ processes Horizons with signs of pedogenesis particularly the two pedocomplexes document longer phases of stability the stages of development can be correlated to equivalent sequences and seen as paleoclimatic signals where chronological data are available The upper pedocomplex is a Chernozem of the early last glacial MIS 5c a which

    Original URL path: http://e-docs.geo-leo.de/handle/11858/00-1735-0000-001F-3300-E (2016-02-15)
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  • Geologische Wissenschaften Alle Dokumente nach Autor
    die ersten Buchstaben ein Sortierung aufsteigend absteigend Ergebnisse 5 10 20 40 60 80 100 Anzeige der Dokumente 149 168 von 1473 Vorherige Seite Nächste Seite Autorenname Cabadas Hector Cao Shuyun Carls Hans Georg Carneiro Ângela Carvalho de Morato Celso Carvalho de Morato Thiago Casasnovas José Antonio Martínez Caspers Gerfried Castellarin Alberto Ceunynck Rudolf De Chatziliadou Maria Chen Braucher D Christiansen Christian Chunchekar Radhakrishna Clari P Conard Nicholas J Condemi

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  • Geologische Wissenschaften Alle Dokumente nach Autor
    Z Oder geben Sie die ersten Buchstaben ein Sortierung aufsteigend absteigend Ergebnisse 5 10 20 40 60 80 100 Anzeige der Dokumente 170 189 von 1473 Vorherige Seite Nächste Seite Autorenname Damm Bodo Dani sík Martin Davaa Buyan Dayton Chris Debrenne Françoise Deckert Hagen Degering Detlev Degnan Bernard M Degner Thomas Dehnert Andreas Delorme Axel Demangeot Jean Deppe Adolf Derks Heidrun Desi Robert Deutloff Otfried Devey Colin Díaz Jaime Diedrich

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