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  • Viehberg, F. A., Willmes, C., Esteban, S., Vogelsang, R. (2015): A semantic wiki as repository to review published palaeo-data in East Africa. CRC806-Database, University of Cologne, Collaborative Research Centre 806, DOI: 10.5880/SFB806.10
  • Foerster, V., Junginger, A., Langkamp, O., Gebru, T., Asrat, A., Umer, M., Lamb, H. F., Wennrich, V., Rethemeyer, J., Nowaczyk, N., Trauth, M. H., Schaebitz, F. (2012): Climatic change recorded in the sediments of the Chew Bahir basin, southern Ethiopia, during the last 45,000 years. – In: Quaternary International, Vol. 274, p: 25-37

New cores out of Africa

New cores out of Africa

In two field campaigns (2009 and 2010) we successfully cored and explored two lakes in southern Ethiopia: Chew Bahir and Lake Cham...

More cores and archaeological artefacts: News from...

More cores and archaeological artefacts: News from the Ethiopian project team

In March 2012, we returned to Ethiopia with the aim of surveying for archaeological artefacts close to our lakes, to sample rock m...

West-east coring transect at Ethiopian lakes

West-east coring transect at Ethiopian lakes

In autumn 2011, we successfully completed a west to east coring transect at lakes in different altitudes. First, we cored Lake Bab...

Good things come to those who wait

Good things come to those who wait

Shortly after the set-back that the ICDP/HSPDP Chew Bahir drilling project will be postponed to autumn 2014, Frank Schaebitz recei...

All's well that ends well

All's well that ends well

  Five days ago, the rainy season started in Ethiopia and the ecosystems in the rift-valley began to bloom again. Almost just...

Oldest sediments from the source region of 'Homo s...

Oldest sediments from the source region of 'Homo sapiens sapiens'

A 40 m long sediment core from Chew Bahir/southern Ethiopia was already recovered in April 2014 funded exclusively by the CRC 806....

Coring activities in the Chew Bahir, southern Ethi...

Coring activities in the Chew Bahir, southern Ethiopia, have been successfully completed

The coring activities of the Chew Bahir Project, part of the Hominin Sites and Paleolakes Drilling Project (HSPDP) and associated...

 

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