E&G – Quaternary Science Journal
 

Vol. 62 No 2: Environment – Man – Geohazards in the Quaternary

Editor-in-chief Holger Freund
Guest Editor Ludwig Zöller
Editor DEUQUA – Deutsche Quartärvereinigung e.V.
Tags cave, ice age, Ahorn Valley, Alsbach River, terrace evolution, bears, humans, Neanderthals, heavy mineral assemblages; pedostratigraphy; micromorphology; alluvial sediments; Mayan Lowlands; Mexico; Holocene landscape development; barrier sandbar migration; barrier island stratigraphy; ground-penetrating radar (GPR); Amrum; North Sea/German Bight, Late Palaeolithics; Cuesta landscape; Franconian Alb; landslide; earth flow; geomorphological mapping; Electric resistivity tomography; Seismic refraction; tomography
Journal 100 pages URN Licence 80x15
Format 21 x 29,7 cm DOI 10.3285/eg.62.2 Language English, German
Binding Softcover ISSN 0424-7116 Released 2013-12-20
Viewer PDF 11 MB Print €27.00

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Abstract

The present volume 62/2 of “E&G Quaternary Science Journal” contains contributions submitted to the 36th assembly of the “Deutsche Quartärvereinigung” (DEUQUA, German Quaternary Association), held at the University of Bayreuth from 16 to 20 September, 2012. Thanks to generous support from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) substantial contributions by external scientists were made possible. The program included 45 oral and 53 poster presentations, a minor part of which are being published for the first time in the present volume. Nevertheless, the publications presented here reflect the broad scope of the scientific program under the principal theme “Umwelt – Mensch – Georisiken im Quartär” (Environment – Man – Geohazards in the Quaternary). This included geoarchaeologic research as well as studies in the sedimentary heritage of Quaternary processes influencing present-day and future geohazards.

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