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Orals GM4.1/HS9.12/SSS9.18

GM4.1/HS9.12/SSS9.18

Human-Earth interaction from the Pleistocene to the Anthropocene: state of the science and future direction (co-organized) (co-organized)
Convener: Paolo Tarolli  | Co-Conveners: Annegret Larsen , Sjoerd Kluiving , Veerle Vanacker , Hans Middelkoop 
Orals
 / Thu, 01 May, 08:30–12:03  / 13:30–15:03  / Room G10
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 01 May, 17:30–19:00  / Blue Posters

Thursday, 01 May 2014
Room G10
Chairperson: Sjoerd Kluiving and Paolo Tarolli
08:30–08:33
Introduction to the Session - Paolo Tarolli

08:33–08:48
EGU2014-626
Reading the geo-bioarchives of Ephesos: Human-environment interactions in Western Turkey during the last 8 millennia
Friederike Stock, Maria Knipping, Anna Pint, Hugo Delile, Sabine Wulf, Hannes Laermanns, Sabine Ladstätter, and Helmut Brückner
08:48–09:03
EGU2014-13875
Stone Age settlement and Holocene water level changes of the Baltic Sea in the Torvajoe Basin area, Narva-Luga Klint Bay, NE Estonia
Hanna Raig, Alar Rosentau, Merle Muru, and Jan Risberg
09:03–09:18
EGU2014-16954
Attractiveness of the landscape in the adoption of crop cultivation: role of local soil properties and groundwater table rise during 5000-4300 cal BC in Flevoland (central Netherlands)
Don van den Biggelaar, Sjoerd Kluiving, Sjoerd Bohncke, Ronald van Balen, Cornelis Kasse, Maarten Prins, and Jan Kolen
09:18–09:33
EGU2014-5208
New results to discuss possibility of irrigation in Bat (Wadi Sharsah, northwestern Oman) before Hafit period (ca. 3100-2700 BCE)
Eric Fouache, Stéphane Desruelles, Wassel Eddargach, Cecilia Cammas, Julia Wattez, Chloé Martin, Margareta Tengberg, Tara Beuzen-Waller, Charlotte Cable, and Christopher Thornton
09:33–09:48
EGU2014-5596
Characterization of magnetic spherical fractions in sand deposits for interpretation of environmental change around the El- Zayyan temple, Kharga Oasis, Western Desert, Egypt
Makiko Watanabe, Natsuko Koizumi, Sayuri Kato, Ryohei Kikuchi, and Hiroyuki Kamei
09:48–10:03
EGU2014-16397
Defining the Role of Geoarchaeology in Managing Past Industrial Landscapes with Global Heritage Value: A UK Perspective
Andy Howard
Coffee Break
10:30–10:33
Introduction to the Session - Paolo Tarolli

10:33–10:48
EGU2014-210
Is it possible to disentangle natural and anthropogenic forms of channel adjustment in dynamic floodplain wetlands?
Timothy Ralph, Zacchary Larkin, Paul Hesse, Kira Westaway, and Henk Heijnis
10:48–11:03
EGU2014-5790
Exploring the spatial heterogeneity of terraced landscapes using LiDAR: the Slope Local Length of Auto-Correlation (SLLAC).
Giulia Sofia, Francesco Marinello, and Paolo Tarolli
11:03–11:18
EGU2014-8034
Catchment sediment flux: a lake sediment perspective on the onset of the Anthropocene?
Richard Chiverrell
11:18–11:33
EGU2014-12350
Unravelling Copenhagen's stride into the Anthropocene using lake sediments
Norman Schreiber, Thorbjørn J. Andersen, Robert Frei, Peter Ilsøe, Patrick Louchouarn, Kenneth Andersen, Svend Funder, Peter Rasmussen, Camilla S. Andresen, Bent Odgaard, and Kurt H. Kjær
11:33–11:48
EGU2014-6368
Sensitivity of mountain ecosystems to human-accelerated soil erosion. Contrasting geomorphic response between tropical and semi-arid ecosystems.
Veerle Vanacker, Nicolas Bellin, Jerome Schoonejans, Armando Molina, and Peter W. Kubik
11:48–12:03
EGU2014-10371
The quinoa boom of the southern Bolivian Altiplano - linking geomorphology, erosion and spatial production patterns
Lasse Sander and Sven-Erik Jacobsen
Lunch Break
13:30–13:33
Introduction to the Session - Paolo Tarolli

13:33–13:48
EGU2014-16778
Rapid replacement of riparian rainforest habitat and the impacts on the meandering dynamics of the Kinabatangan River, Borneo
Alexander J. Horton and José A. Constantine
13:48–14:03
EGU2014-7078
Tracing the Anthropocene in the Rhine-Meuse delta
Hans Middelkoop, Marcel van der Perk, Kim M. Cohen, Esther Stouthamer, Wim Z. Hoek, Maarten G. Kleinhans, Gilles Erkens, and Esther Jansma
14:03–14:18
EGU2014-3344
Geomorphological and river management issues of dam removal : lessons from low order and low gradient streams (solicited)
Anne-Julia Rollet
14:18–14:33
EGU2014-3970
Mills and the Geoarchaeology of Alluviation with Special Reference to the British Isles (solicited)
Tony Brown
14:33–14:48
EGU2014-13675
Long term impacts of flow abstraction upon basin scale sedimentation processes in an Alpine valley system
Stuart Lane and Benoit Regamey
14:48–15:03
EGU2014-4066
The geomorphic legacy of dams - an Austrian case study
Ronald E. Pöppl and Saskia D. Keesstra