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Posters GM4.6/SSS11.2

GM4.6/SSS11.2

Where earth scientists meet Cleopatra: Geoarchaeology of rocks, sediments, soils and climate (co-organized)
Convener: Sjoerd Kluiving  | Co-Conveners: Matthieu Ghilardi , Vanessa Heyvaert 
Orals
 / Wed, 10 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / Room G3
 / Wed, 10 Apr, 13:30–15:00  / Room G13
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 10 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Blue Posters

Attendance Time: Wednesday, 10 April 2013, 17:30–19:00
Blue Posters
Chairperson: Max Engel
B485
EGU2013-277
Rapid Anthropogenic Response to Short-Term Local Aeolian and Fluvial Palaeoenvironmental Changes during the Late Pleistocene-Holocene Transition (at the Edge of the Northwestern Negev Dunefield, Israel)
Joel Roskin, Omry Barzilai, Nigel Goring-Morris, Itzhak Katra, Naomi Porat, Nuha Agha, and Elisabetta Boaretto

Blue Posters
B486
EGU2013-1022
The effect of pre-Hispanic agriculture practices on soils in the Western Cordillera of the Peruvian Andes (region Laramate, 14.5°S)
Fernando Leceta, Bertil Mächtle, Gerd Schukraft, and Bernhard Eitel

Blue Posters
B487
EGU2013-2849
The history of a Bronze Age tell reconstructed from soil data
György Füleky, Gabriella Kovács, and Magdolna Vicze

Blue Posters
B488
EGU2013-6138
Storms in a lagoon: the flooding history of Schokland (Noordoostpolder, The Netherlands) during the last 1200 years derived from geological and historical archives
Don Van den Biggelaar, Sjoerd Kluiving, Ronald Van Balen, and Kees Kasse

Blue Posters
B489
EGU2013-6244
A lithostratigraphic geo-archaeological 3D model of the subsurface of a medieval mound in the city center of Vlaardingen (The Netherlands).
Stan Roozen, Sjoerd Kluiving, and Steven Soetens

Blue Posters
B490
EGU2013-6597
The relationship between Holocene cultural site distribution and marine terrace uplift on the coast fringing Coastal Range, Taiwan
Hsiaochin Yang and Wenshan Chen

Blue Posters
B491
EGU2013-9806
Late Holocene paleoenvironmental and paleoclimatic evolution at Elaiussa Sebaste archeological area (South-Eastern Turkey): preliminary results.
Romana Melis, Maria Pia Bernasconi, Ester Colizza, Federico Di Rita, Eugenia Equini Schneider, Maria Eugenia Montenegro, and Nevio Pugliese

Blue Posters
B492
EGU2013-9993
The Meio 1498 earthquake and tsunami : driving force of abrupt environmental change in the Hamana floodplain, Shizuoka prefecture, Japan.
Vanessa M.A. Heyvaert, Osamu Fujiwara, Masatomo Umitsu, Yoshiki Sato, Einsuke Ono, and Toshifumi Yata

Blue Posters
B493
EGU2013-10268
Landscape archaeological research and 3D modelling of the Neolithic site of Barcin Höyük, Northwest Turkey
Mark Groenhuijzen, Sjoerd Kluiving, and Fokke Gerritsen

Blue Posters
B494
EGU2013-10483
Mid-Holocene inundation of the Lower Danube Valley - Lake sediments reflecting changing environmental conditions and human impact
Dirk Nowacki and Jürgen Wunderlich

Blue Posters
B495
EGU2013-10767 | presentation
The ‘Amstel Canal' in Amsterdam Canal construction as part of the medieval reclamation and drainage system of the Western Netherlands wilderness
Jaap-Evert Abrahamse, Menne Kosian, and Henk Weerts

Blue Posters
B496
EGU2013-11042
Holocene environmental change at the oasis of Tayma
Max Engel, Helmut Brückner, Kai Wellbrock, Anna Pint, Matthias Grottker, Peter Voss, Andreas Ginau, Nicole Klasen, and Peter Frenzel

Blue Posters
B497
EGU2013-11982
Human imprint on archaeological anthroposols: first assessment of combined micromophological, pedological and lipid biomarkers analyses of organic matter
Cécilia Cammas, Thanh Thuy Nguyen Tu, Marion Plessis, Raphaël Clotuche, and Sylvie Derenne

Blue Posters
B498
EGU2013-12117
Palaeoenvironment and fluvial history of river Danube between the Neolithic settlement sites of Vinca and Starcevo, Serbia
Kristina Penezic, Annette Kadereit, and Heinrich Thiemeyer

Blue Posters
B499
EGU2013-14127
Interdisciplinary landscape research in a medieval mound in one of the oldest Dutch towns, Vlaardingen, the Netherlands
Tim de Ridder, Sjoerd Kluiving, and Marcel van Dasselaar