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  • Bw horizon in Holocene slope deposits (Kratzeburg, NE Germany) – dating and pedological characteristics
    of formation of a Bw horizon in Holocene slope deposits With a combination of optically stimulated luminescence OSL 14C and archaeological dating methods colluvial layers taken from a former castle wall trench constructed during the Bronze Age were dated With this chronology the relative age of the postsedimentary Bw horizon formation within the colluvial sediments was derived resulting in the first valid pedochronological data maximum and minimum age for a Holocene Bw horizon in NE Germany The horizon was formed within 2400 years Weathering and brunification have altered the Holocene parent material However the geochemical characteristics of the Holocene soil formation are weak compared to Bw horizons from the Late Glacial and the Late Glacial to Holocene The results presented here enhance our understanding of soil formation processes in northern Germany while highlighting the role of colluvial layers as sedimentological tracers of Holocene soil formation processes dc language iso eng dc publisher Geozon Science Media dc relation ispartofseries E 38 dc title Bw horizon in Holocene slope deposits Kratzeburg NE Germany dating and pedological characteristics dc type Artikel dc bibliographicCitation volume 64 dc bibliographicCitation issue 2 dc bibliographicCitation firstPage 111 dc bibliographicCitation lastPage 117 dc type version Verlagsversion dc rights

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  • E&G–Quaternary Science Journal Alle Dokumente nach Erscheinungsdatum
    areas of the Thuringian Mountains Central Germany Diedrich Cajus Geozon Science Media 2015 06 12 In E 38 Crocuta crocuta spelaea Goldfuss 1823 cranial and postcranial remains of the Pößneck region in the Zechstein Karst region of the Thuringian Mountains Central Germany were excavated historically in the Wüste Scheuer Chronostratigraphy of the Hochterrassen in the lower Lech valley Northern Alpine Foreland Schielein Patrick Schellmann Gerhard Lomax Johanna Preusser Frank Fiebig Markus Geozon Science Media 2015 06 12 In E 38 Hochterrassen High or Higher Terraces are a prominent geomorphological feature of the Northern Alpine Foreland and have traditionally been attributed to the Rissian glaciation However distinct morphological sublevels Periglaziäre polygonal verzweigte rinnenförmige Bildungen und glazitektonische Strukturen in Saale Till am Elbe Urstomtalrand bei Wedel Schleswig Holstein Grube Alf Geozon Science Media 2015 06 09 In E 38 Remarkable polygenetical structures were observed at a refinery rehabilitation site in Wedel Holstein The polygonal shaped channel like structures are incised in mid Saalian clayey chalk rich till They are symmetrically Holotype skulls stratigraphy bone taphonomy and excavation history in the Zoolithen Cave and new theory about Esper s great deluge Diedrich Cajus Geozon Science Media 2014 06 29 In E 38 The Zoolithen Cave in the Wiesent River Valley of Upper Franconia Bavaria South Germany has a very long excavation history The site is of international paleobiological importance as the Type site for five Pleistocene Driving mechanisms of Holocene lagoon development and barrier accretion in Northern Elis Peloponnese inferred from the sedimentary record of the Kotychi Lagoon Haenssler Elke Unkel Ingmar Dörfler Walter Nadeau Marie Josée Geozon Science Media 2014 06 29 In E 38 As part of the lagoon barrier accretions plain characterizing the NW coast of the Peloponnese the Kotychi Lagoon is believed to have formed in the prograding delta of the Palaeo Peneus River over 7000 years ago Ice Rafted Erratics and Bergmounds from Pleistocene Outburst Floods Rattlesnake Mountain Washington USA Bjornstad N Bruce Geozon Science Media 2014 06 29 In E 38 Exotic ice rafted debris from the breakup of ice dammed glacial lakes Missoula and Columbia is common in slackwater areas along the 1 100 km route for outburst floods in the northwestern US A detailed analysis was performed Erwägungen zur Korrelation mittelpleistozäner Relikte des Rheingletschers mit der Nordschweizer Stratigraphie Oskar Keller Geozon Science Media 2014 06 29 In E 38 In the glaciation history of Switzerland Preusser Graf Keller Krayss Schlüchter 2011 is shown that two possibly three older glacials had happened before the well known glacials Würm Birrfeld and Riss Beringen Climato stratigraphic subdivision of the Pleistocene in Schleswig Holstein Germany and adjoining areas Stephan Hans Jürgen Geozon Science Media 2014 02 24 In E G In Schleswig Holstein detailed petrographical and palynological studies were undertaken with samples from exposures and core drillings examined over the last four decades Analyses of the gravel fraction and indicator Climato stratigraphic subdivision of the Pleistocene in Schleswig Holstein Germany and adjoining areas Stephan Hans Jürgen Geozon Science Media

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  • E&G–Quaternary Science Journal Alle Dokumente nach Kategorie
    Alle Dokumente nach Kategorie 0 9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Oder geben Sie die ersten Buchstaben ein Sortierung aufsteigend absteigend Ergebnisse 5 10 20 40 60 80 100 Anzeige der Dokumente 1 2 von 2 Kategorie Glazialgeologie Quartärgeologie Anzeige der Dokumente 1 2 von 2 e docs Suche

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  • E&G–Quaternary Science Journal Serien
    Y Z Oder geben Sie die ersten Buchstaben ein Sortierung aufsteigend absteigend Ergebnisse 5 10 20 40 60 80 100 Anzeige der Dokumente 1 20 von 74 Nächste Seite Serie E 38 G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 63 E 38 G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 64 E G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 01 No 1 E G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 02 No 1 E G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 03 No 1 E G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 04 05 No 1 E G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 06 No 1 E G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 07 No 1 E G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 08 No 1 E G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 09 No 1 E G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 10 No 1 E G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 11 No 1 E G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 12 No 1 E G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 13 No 1 E G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 14 No 1 E G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 15 No 1 E G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 16 No 1 E G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 17 No 1 E G Quaternary Science Journal Vol 18 No 1

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  • Environmental development and local human impact in the Jeetzel valley (N Germany) since 10 ka BP as detected by geoarchaeological analyses in a coupled aeolian and lacustrine sediment archive at Soven
    C dc description abstract While archaeological records indicate an intensive Mesolithic occupation of dune areas situated along river valleys relatively little knowledge exists about environmental interactions in the form of land use strategies and their possible local impacts The combination of geoarchaeological chronological geochemical and palaeoecological research methods and their application both on a Mesoltihic site situated on top of a dune and the adjacent palaeochannel sediments allows for a detailed reconstruction of the local environmental development around the Soven site in the Jeetzel valley Northern Germany since 10 5 ka cal BP Based on the results we identified four phases that may be related to local human impact twice during the Mesolithic the Neolithic and the Iron Ages and are discussed on the backdrop of the regional settlement history Although nearby Mesolithic occupation is evident on archaeological grounds the identification of synchronous impacts on the vegetation in the local environmental records remains tentative even in respect of the broad methodical spectrum applied Vice versa human impact is strongly indicated by palaeoecological and geochemical proxies during the Neolithic period but cannot be connected to archaeological records in the area so far A younger phase of human impact probably consisting of seasonal livestock farming in the wetlands is ascribed to the Iron Age economy and comprises local soil erosion raised concentrations of phosphates and urease and the facilitation of grazing related taxa dc language iso eng dc publisher Geozon Science Media dc relation ispartofseries E 38 dc title Environmental development and local human impact in the Jeetzel valley N Germany since 10 ka BP as detected by geoarchaeological analyses in a coupled aeolian and lacustrine sediment archive at Soven dc type Artikel dc bibliographicCitation volume 64 dc bibliographicCitation issue 2 dc bibliographicCitation firstPage 95 dc bibliographicCitation lastPage 110 dc type version

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  • Spätsaalezeitliche und eemzeitliche Makrofaunen aus dem Kliffaufschluss Klein Klütz Höved (NW-Mecklenburg)
    in the Late Saalian glacial and Eemian interglacial sediments from the cliff outcrop of Klein Klütz Höved NW Mecklenburg were re examined and in the process a few vertebrates fishes micromammals were also found The mollusc specimens from the Late Saalian sand and mud alone comprise approximately 40 species among which terrestrial varieties e g Succinella oblonga Pupilla loessica P pratensis Vallonia tenuilabris or Vertigo genesii are clearly predominant as far as the number of individual specimens is concerned Among the limnic varieties were also found the glacial index species Pisidium obtusale f lapponicum and P stewarti It was also possible to prove the northern most presence for Germany of the steppe lemming Lagurus lagurus in the Late Saalian In the Eemian mud the molluscs found were almost exclusively limnic This about 20 species comprising fauna is characte ristic of a river system with calmer areas oxbow lakes and in coming springs These fluvial conditions were confirmed by the freshwater bivalves Pisidium amnicum P supinum P moitessierianum P ponderosum and Unio tumidus For the first time in Mecklenburg Western Pomerania evidence was found of the spring snail Belgrandia germanica as an interglacial index species The limnic fluvial section of the Eemian is topped by a cryoturbate structures Its sandy gravelly pockets contain marine molluscs The index species for the marine Eemian found in the southern Baltic region are Polititapes senescens and Bittium reticulatum dc language iso deu dc publisher Geozon Science Media dc relation ispartofseries E 38 dc title Spätsaalezeitliche und eemzeitliche Makrofaunen aus dem Kliffaufschluss Klein Klütz Höved NW Mecklenburg dc type Artikel dc bibliographicCitation volume 64 dc bibliographicCitation issue 2 dc bibliographicCitation firstPage 82 dc bibliographicCitation lastPage 94 dc type version Verlagsversion dc rights holder Geozon Science Media dc date updated 2015 11 25T10 34 52Z dc subject

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  • Weichselzeitliche Kryocalcite als Hinweise für Eisseen in der Hüttenbläserschachthöhle (Iserlohn/NRW)
    of speleothems from the Makkaronihalle of the Hüttenbläserschacht Cave in Iserlohn shows a clear separation between glacial and interglacial calcites In contrast to normal speleothems stalagmites excentriques crystals in cave ponds draperies δ18O 4 0 to 6 1 δ13C 4 9 to 10 9 rhombohedral crystal sinter and spherulitic speleoparticles are characterised by lower δ18O 8 9 to 17 9 and higher δ13C values 0 7 to 6 1 This suggests that these speleogenetic particles were formed in slowly freezing waterpools on ice during the transition from a stadial to an interstadial phase Precise 230Th U dating shows younger Weichselian ages of 28 6 to 33 0 ka for these speleogenetic particles from north west Germany These formation periods indicate freezing conditions overlain by 34 m of hostrock and provide the minimum depth of permafrost penetration for the younger Weichselian in the area of the northern Sauerland north west Germany dc language iso deu dc publisher Geozon Science Media dc relation ispartofseries E 38 dc title Weichselzeitliche Kryocalcite als Hinweise für Eisseen in der Hüttenbläserschachthöhle Iserlohn NRW dc type Artikel dc bibliographicCitation volume 64 dc bibliographicCitation issue 2 dc bibliographicCitation firstPage 67 dc bibliographicCitation lastPage 81 dc type version Verlagsversion

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  • Holocene Vegetation and Land Use History in the Northern Vosges (France)
    from the middle Atlantic period 4500 3100 B C to recent times During the middle of the Atlantic period an oak forest rich in pine covered the Northern Vosges Fir and beech immigrated at the end of the Atlantic leading to the decline of oak and pine in the forest This also marked the onset of decisive human influence on the development of the terrestrial vegetation Five land use phases were detected the first one at the end of the Neolithic period 4000 2200 B C Subsequently continuous land use is evident from the Bronze Age 2200 800 B C up to now In the late Middle Ages A D 900 1500 and the early Modern Era since A D 1500 the woodlands were completely altered by human activities During the 19th century modern forestry introduced spruce into the investigated area in the Northern Vosges Spruce afforestation then accelerated in the middle of the 20th century dc language iso eng dc publisher Geozon Science Media dc relation ispartofseries E 38 dc title Holocene Vegetation and Land Use History in the Northern Vosges France dc type Artikel dc bibliographicCitation volume 64 dc bibliographicCitation issue 2 dc bibliographicCitation firstPage 55 dc bibliographicCitation

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