E&G – Quaternary Science Journal
 

Vol. 60 No 4: Quaternary landscape evolution in the Peribaltic region

Editor-in-chief Holger Freund
Guest Editor Reinhard Lampe, Sebastian Lorenz
Editor DEUQUA – Deutsche Quartärvereinigung e.V.
Tags holocene, terraces, Anabranching River, Braided River, lech, danube, alpine foreland, fluvial deposits, lateglacial, valley development, kames, weichselian, esker, Os, Crevasse Filling, climate, Northern Germany, pollen analyses, multi-proxy studies, vorpommern, soil erosion, human impact, till plain, pleistocene, pléistocène, push moraine, structural elements, formation, Belorussia, interstadial, glacial stratigraphy, finland, rügen
Journal 104 pages URN urn:nbn:de:0247-2011112209 Licence 80x15
Format 21 x 29,7 cm DOI 10.3285/eg.60.4 Language English, German
Binding Softcover ISSN 0424-7116 Released 2011-11-17
Viewer PDF 18 MB Print €27.00

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Abstract

From the 13th–17th September 2010 the 35th biannual conference of the German Quaternary Association DEUQUA took place in Greifswald attended by more than 180 participants representing 16 countries. The meeting was held jointly with the 12th annual conference of the INQUA Peribaltic Working Group and was titled „Ice, water, humans – Quaternary landscape evolution in the PeriBaltic Region”. The presented volume of the E & G - Quaternary Science Journal contains seven papers which were presented at the conference. They include a wide range of new results dealing with the stratigraphy of the River Lech terraces (Gesslein & Schellmann, Schielein et al.), esker genesis (Grube), push moraines (Ludwig), Late glacial and Holocene landscape development of Rügen Island (Kossler & Strahl et al.), geomorphological responses to land use changes (Küster et al.), and mid-Weichselian interstadial deposits in N Finland (Sarala & Eskola).

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