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Analysis of Migration Processes due to Environmental Conditions between 40,000 and 14,000 a BP in the Rhine-Meuse Area

Earth resistivity model and drill core

Earth resistivity model and drill core

In order to reconstruct the environmental conditions and to set up a reliable chronostratigraphical frame for the time slice 40,00...

Enlargement of the Upper Palaeolithic settlement d...

Enlargement of the Upper Palaeolithic settlement database

Geoarchaeological fieldwork undertaken within the frame of our project D1 has its geographical focus on landscapes in the Federal...

Workshop of projects D1 and E1

Workshop of projects D1 and E1

“The Upper-Late Palaeolithic Transition in Western Central Europe.Typology, Technology, Environment and Demography” 21st–24th June...

Where the witches are, there is also loess!

Where the witches are, there is also loess!

Just to let you know ahead, we haven't seen one, I think. No yeah, I am positive, no witches passed our way. The reason why I star...

My dear Paleosol

My dear Paleosol

On 18th June 2014, three brave PhD students from the RWTH Aachen University, part of the CRC 806 B1 and D1 projects, left Aachen f...

Geography 101 or what some people call dirt, we ca...

Geography 101 or what some people call dirt, we call our precious!

In March 2015, we went on a field campaign in the Kraichgau (Germany) to explore new loess-paleosol-sequences. With us (Bernhard B...

Soil, Soil, Soil: it’s all about Soil – being on t...

Soil, Soil, Soil: it’s all about Soil – being on the German Soil Society Conference during the International Year of Soils 2015

In September 2015, the conference of the German Soil Society took place in Munich. Soil, soil, soil: it’s all about soil. The days...

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