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Daniel Becker • Jan Verheul • Mirijam Zickel • Yasa Yener • Christian Willmes
Abstract: This raster data is part of a geospatial dataset that contains climate data from 30 ka to 13 ka in 1000 year steps, provided by Tallavaara et al. (2015). The variables are PET (Potential Evapotranspiration) and WAB (Water balance) in mm/year and MCM (Mean temperature of the coldest month) in C°. The source was supplied in a .xls file containing longitude/latitude coordinates with the related variable values. It was imported to a shapefile with QGIS' "Create a Layer from a Delimited Text File" tool. The vector point data has been converted to GeoTIFF with GDAL's gdal_rasterize tool. The dataset has a resolution of 216x141 cells, with a cell size of 0.375° width and 0.25° height. The original data by Tallavaara et al. (2015) was supplied in a .xls file containing longitude/latitude coordinates with the related variable values.
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Janina Bösken • Christian Zeeden • Nicole Klasen
Abstract: This proxy dataset corresponds to the published article Bösken et al. (2017) and comprises grain size, geochemical, geomagnetic and luminescence data of the Bodrogkeresztúr loess-paleosol sequence in northeastern Hungary. Reference Bösken, J., Obreht, I., Zeeden, C., Klasen, N., Hambach, U., Sümegi, P., and Lehmkuhl, F. (in press). High-resolution paleoclimatic proxy data from the MIS3/2 transition recorded in northeastern Hungarian loess. Quaternary International.
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Christian Willmes
Abstract: To provide paleoenvironmental data for a GIS and geostatistic based Species Distribution Modelling (SDM) application, this comprehensive GIS data set was created. The data set consists of DEM based topography, and of paleoclimate layers, that were used as environmental predictor variables for SDM application.
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Johanna Dreier
Abstract: The Epigravettian site of Blazi cave represents so far the only undisturbed and securly dated Epigravettian site in Albania. The new data fill a research gap for the time of the Late Upper Palaeolithic in the Eastern Adriatic. During the GAP (German-Albanian Palaeolithic research project) campaign in 2015, a large sample of stone artefacts and animal bones was excavated. Their spatial distribution and good preservation indicate an in situ position of the archaeological layer. The tool spectrum contains a high ratio of backed bladelets and microgravette points, typical components of an Epigravettian assemblage. The faunal remains, mainly ibex, exhibit numerous cut and percussion marks, characterising Blazi cave as a specialised ibex hunting site.
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Lydia Krauß • Arne Kappenberg • Joerg Zens • Martin Kehl • Philipp Schulte • (et. al.)
Abstract: The data-set contains grain-size composition, gechemical, color, and magnetic susceptibility data of the loess-paleosol-sequence Talheim (Germany). Further, it contains describtions of the thin sections taken in Talheim.
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Lydia Krauß • Arne Kappenberg • Joerg Zens • Martin Kehl • Philipp Schulte • (et. al.)
Abstract: The data-set contains grain-size composition, geochemical, color, and magnetic susceptibility data of the loess-paleosol-sequence Frankenbach (Germany). Further, it contains descriptions of the thin sections taken in Frankenbach.
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Felix Henselowsky • Christian Willmes • Karin Kindermann • Tobias Zernig • Olaf Bubenzer
Abstract: The growing number of paleoenvironmental data, GIS-based analyses and modelling allows us to produce PaleoMaps for a given area. However, the „translation“ of paleoenvironmental information in maps is even more complex, than producing maps as an illustration of the present. The CRC 806 “Our Way to Europe” provides the background to study the culture-environment interaction and human mobility in the Late Quaternary. Northeastern Africa during the Last Interglacial is thereby an important region and timespan. From this point, a first conceptual design for a PaleoMap of Egypt for the time about 125 ka ago is presented.
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