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Postersession 1

Monday, September 24, 2018 / 17:00 – 19:00

  • P1.1 - Singhvi: Correlation of Terrestrial and Marine Sedimentation Records During the Quaternary: Some Conceptual Issues
  • P1.2 - Sipos et al.: Exploring potential Late Pleistocene linkages between different geomorphological domains in the SE Carpathian Basin
  • P1.3 - Voigtländer et al.: Sandy experiments highlight geomorphological stress control
  • P1.4 - Winkler: Imperative for connecting disciplines - demonstrated by using the example of Irishman Stream valley head, Ben Ohau Range, New Zealand
  • P2.1 - de Oliveira et al.: GPR stratigraphy, planation surfaces and incision rates in a semiarid watershed: the Pedra Branca valley in the Serra da Capivara National Park, northeastern Brazil
  • P2.2 - Krauß et al.: Towards reconstructing Holocene river development of the Tsauchab River (Namibia) based on fluvial archives
  • P2.3 - Liro: Riparian vegetation changes in the fluctuating backwater zone upstream from a dam reservoir: the case of a gravel-bed Carpathian stream
  • P2.4 - Mencin Gale et al.: Geomorphic analysis of the Plio-Quarternary terrace staircase as a stratigraphic tool in intramontane Slovenj Gradec and Nazarje Basins, southeastern Alpine foreland
  • P2.5 - Mikuś et al.: Island development in a mountain river subjected to restoration: the Raba River, Polish Carpathians
  • P2.6 - Persoiu et al.: Climatic and tectonic controllers on the evolution of rivers in the Carpathian Mountains during the past 60,000 years
  • P2.7 - Preuss: Ergebnisse der Untersuchung von Flussterrassen im Mittelrheintal und Verknüpfung mit Sedimenten im Rheingraben
  • P2.8 - Tóth et al.: Formation and age of floodplain surfaces along the Danube in Southern Hungary
  • P2.9 - von Suchodoletz et al.: Imprints of Rapid Climate Changes and human activity on Holocene hydro-sedimentary dynamics in Central Europe (loess-covered Weiße Elster model region) – project outline and first geomorphological results
  • P2.10 - von Suchodoletz et al.: A combined geophysical, sedimentological and topographical approach to investigate the distribution of floodplain sediments in the Weiße Elster Valley near Zeitz/Saxony-Anhalt
  • P3.1 - Bittmann et al.: The Wadden Sea: archive of landscape evolution, climate change and settlement history – the joint project WASA
  • P3.2 - Dabkowski et al.: A ‘real’ tufa sequence in Morocco: stratigraphy, micromorphology and perspectives for palaeoenvironmental and palaeoclimatic reconstructions during the Middle Holocene at Aït Said ou Idder (Middle Atlas)
  • P3.3 - Dabkowski et al.: Climate or human impact? Holocene environments in the White Carpathians: a multi-sequence and multidisciplinary approach (including geochemistry, sedimentology and malacology) on Mituchovci and Tlstá hora tufas in Western Slovakia
  • P3.4 - Dieleman et al.: Isochron-burial dating of Swiss Deckenschotter
  • P3.5 - Engel et al.: Reef-top platform coral boulders of Eastern Samar demonstrate the long-term coastal hazard of extreme waves
  • P3.6 - Escalante et al.: Quaternary deformation in the Payogasta-Palermo area, Calchaquí Valley, Eastern Cordillera, NW Argentina.
  • P3.7 - Granai et al.: The Holocene palaeoenvironmental developments at Direndeall (Luxemburg) inferred from molluscan successeion: timing and causes of variations
  • P3.8 - Obrocki et al.: Tracing tsunami signatures of the AD 551 and AD 1303 tsunamis at the Gulf of Kyparissia (Peloponnese, Greece) using Direct Push in situ sensing techniques combined with geophysical studies
  • P3.9 - Prud'homme et al.: Aridification of Central Asia: palaeomagnetism and stable isotope analysis on pedogenic carbonates from the Charyn Canyon sequence, Kazakhstan.
  • P3.10 - Schneider et al.: Patterns of forest patches in central Mongolia: role of the causal chain relief - sediment distribution - soils - present vegetation
  • P3.11 - Sprafke et al.: Constraining the evolution of thick tropical soils using luminescence dating
  • P3.12 - Völkel et al.: Holocene Landscape Dynamics in the Ammer Rv. Catchment (Bavarian Alps) - influence of extreme events and land use on soil erosion using peat bogs as geoarchives
  • P3.13 - von Scheffer et al.: From prehistory to modern times: the roles of climate and anthropogenic factors in landscape- and environmental change in the northern Central Alps (Kleinwalsertal, Austria)
  • P3.14 - Walk et al.: The Guanillos fan complex - implications for the morphogenesis of Atacama's coastal alluvial fans
  • P4b.1 - Bartyik et al.: Quartz luminescence sensitivity as a potential tool in the reconstruction of alluvial processes in the Pannonian Basin
  • P4b.2 - Biermanns: Settling velocity of dust in the atmosphere: calculations
  • P4b.3 - Dietze et al.: Peeping below the ice – seismic probing of water flow and sediment flux in a frozen Scandinavian river
  • P4b.4 - Dost et al.: Sensor technology for in-situ measurements of stone movement
  • P4b.5 - Engel et al.: Metagenomics of tsunami deposits
  • P4b.6 - Fister et al.: Dust emission from croplands in the Free State, South Africa
  • P4b.7 - González et al.: Geologisches Strukturmodell der Elbe-Weser-Region zwischen Cuxhaven und Stade
  • P4b.8 - Grube: Sedimentstrukturen mit Hinweis auf neotektonische Bewegungen und stärkere Erdbeben in Hamburg
  • P4b.9 - Heckmann et al.: Analysis of sediment yield and delivery using historical digital elevation models
  • P4b.10 - Herzog et al.: Electrical Resistivity Tomography and Forward Modelling in Hyper-arid Environments - A Case Study in Erg Chebbi, Morocoo
  • P4b.11 - Kraushaar et al.: The potential of Phytoliths as Process Tracer in Geomorphology
  • P4b.12 - Lehné et al.: Einsatz von multikoptergestützten Sensoren zur Detektion und Dokumentation geologischer Phänomene – Fallbeispiele aus Island und Deutschland
  • P4b.13 - Mamot et al.: A combined thermal-mechanical failure model for a degrading permafrost rock slope at the Zugspitze (Germany) based on laboratory and field data
  • P4b.14 - Marzen et al.: Rain and Wind - an experimental approach to compare their relative impact on soil erosion rates
  • P4b.15 - Migoń et al.: Sandstone erosional topography - geomorphometric approach
  • P4b.16 - Reimann et al.: Rates of Holocene soil redistribution in an agrarian kettle hole quantified by OSL and Bayesian age modelling
  • P4b.17 - Řihošek et al.: Parallelization of numerical and physical modeling of erosion
  • P4b.18 - Schmidt et al.: Does the morphometry of scoria cones relate to their age? - Results from the Cameroon Volcanic Line
  • P4b.19 - Ullmann et al.: Detection and Modelling of Fluvial Events in (Semi-)Arid Environment by Means of Sentinel-1 Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Time Series and TanDEM-X Digital Elevation Model
  • P4b.20 - van Dongen et al.: Where do 10Be-derived erosion rates depend on grain size?
  • P4b.21 - Végh et al.: Study of surface development and valley geomorphology by multivariate data analysis
  • P4b.22 - Völlmer et al.: Minimal-invasive exploration of the subsurface – direct push sensing in alluvial settings
  • P4b.23 - Wachecka-Kotkowska et al.: Cluster analysis of Marine Isotope Stages from the Last Million Years against the LR04 stack with use of DTW algorithm
  • P4b.24 - Wächter et al.: Interpolation von parametrisierten quartären Lockergesteinen als Basis für eine 3D-Rekonstruktion der Geoarchitektur im oberflächennahen Untergrund – Fallbeispiel Darmstadt
  • P6a.1 - Dietrich et al.: Revealing controls for debris-flows erosion derived from a calibrated numerical one-phase model (Roßbichelbach, Germany)
  • P6a.2 - Götz et al.: The complex landslide system at Khingar/Jharkot (Nepal) revisited - delineation, recent dynamics and human impact
  • P6a.3 - Hartvich et al.: The complex DSGSD site Čeřeniště as a natural laboratory for landslide activity monitoring
  • P6a.4 - Kapustová et al.: Uneven spatial distribution of postglacial DSGSDs in Tatra Mountains (Western Carpathians): influence of the long-term exhumation
  • P6a.5 - Krause et al.: Dynamic slope processes in Variscian mid-mountains: today and the past on the example of the Sudetes Mts.
  • P6a.6 - Leinauer et al.: Process dynamics and early warning strategies for a preparing high-magnitude rock slope failure at the Hochvogel (Allgäu Alps)
  • P6a.7 - Wilde et al.: Landslide formation in volcanic areas: triggers, causes, dynamics
  • P6a.8 - Hunt et al.: Chemical Weathering, Hydrologic Fluxes, and Soil Formation
  • P7.1 - Haselberger et al.: Quantification of vegetation dependend small scale erosion processes in an alpine environment: Method evaluation
  • P7.2 - Kock et al.: Geomorphodynamics of the western Chilean Central Andes (27°S) during the last 1800 cal yr. BP as recorded in a high-Andean cushion peatland
  • P7.3 - Raab et al.: Syneruptive and climatically induced lahars at Cotopaxi volcano, Ecuador
  • P7.4 - Schwanghart et al.: Low-elevation moraines in the Nepal Himalayas reflect variable rates of avalanching
  • P8.1 - Braumann et al.: Glacier Change in the Silvretta region, Austrian Alps - Holocene reconstructions, historical records and modern observations
  • P8.2 - Buckel et al.: Analyzing sediment fluxes and storages under a special climate setting in the periglacial environment of the Qugaqie basin
  • P8.3 - Das et al.: Topographical influences on glacier changes in the Jankar Chhu watershed, North-Western Himalaya (India)
  • P8.4 - Jacobs et al.: Can Lateglacial / Holocene permafrost dynamics explain lag-times between fjord deglaciation and massive rock slope failures?: A coupled thermal-mechanical model.
  • P8.5 - Kamleitner et al.: Timing and extent of LGM glaciers North and South of the Alps
  • P8.6 - Marr et al.: Deglaciation dynamics following the Last Glacial Maximum along an east-west transect in southern Norway
  • P8.7 - Pflanz et al.: Depositional dynamics of glacial dunes in the upper Rhine valley (SW Germany)
  • P8.8 - Schroeder et al.: Linking ERT to rock temperature in permafrost rock walls - One decade of permafrost monitoring at the Zugspitze (Germany/Austria)
  • P8.9 - Sirbu et al.: The evolution of ground surface temperature of rock glaciers in Retezat Mountains (Romania) in relation with air temperature and snow cover
  • P8.10 - Zielhofer et al.: Hydro-climatic consequences of Holocene North Atlantic ice-rafting events (Bond events) in the Western Mediterranean

 

Postersession 2

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 / 17:00 – 19:00

  • P4a.1 - Engel et al.: Anthropogenic and environmental controls of barchan dune dynamics in Qatar
  • P4a.2 - Graßl et al.: Near-surface playa sediments in the Naukluft Mountains foreland basin (Namibia): geochemical and mineralogical analysis using XRF and XRD
  • P4a.3 - Kirchhoff et al.: Land use in th Souss region, South Morocco and its influence on wadi dynamics
  • P4a.4 - Klasen et al.: Chronology and sedimentology of playa deposits in the vicinity of the archaeological site Sodemein cave (Eastern Desert of Egypt)
  • P4a.5 - Krautz et al.: U-Pb Dating applied to cover beds: distinction and paleowind reconstruction
  • P4a.6 - May et al.: Increased hillslope activity in the hyper-arid core of the Atacama during the Pleistocene - evidence for palaeo-climatic fluctuations
  • P4a.7 - Rahimzadeh et al.: OSL-based chronology of sand dunes in Golestan Province, Northern Iran with implications on Late Pleistocene-Early Holocene history of the Caspian Sea
  • P4a.8 - Roettig et al.: Palaeosurfaces separating dune generations of northern Fuerteventura
  • P5a.1 - Bösken et al.: Loess distribution and related Quaternary sediments in the Carpathian Basin
  • P5a.2 - Jary et al.: Periglacial phenomena within Late Pleistocene loess-soil sequences in Poland and western part of Ukraine
  • P5a.3 - Kovaleva et al.: Biomarkers in loess - palaeosoil series of Russian Plains
  • P5a.4 - Kreutzer et al.: The Mousterian Loess Sequence La Combette (France): Chronological Evidence of Rapid Environmental Changes in the MIS 4/3 Transition
  • P5a.5 - Lanczont et al.: The Zadariv site as a key loess section to solving the problem of Pleistocene relief evolution in the Opillia Upland (Ukraine)
  • P5a.6 - Leceta Gobitz et al.: Pedological and mineralogical investigations on a loess-palaeosoil sequence within the Andean shrubland and Puna grassland steppe of the Peruvian Cordillera Occidental (region Laramate, 14.5s)
  • P5a.7 - Novothny et al.: Paleoclimate implications from grain-size analysis of loess-paleosol sequences from the Carpathian Basin
  • P5a.8 - Novothny et al.: Reinvestigation of the chronostratigraphical position and origin of Bag Tephra, an important Middle Pleistocene marker horizon in the Carpathian Basin
  • P5a.9 - Sauer et al.: Loess-palaeosol sections along the Rhône Valley: records of a changing climatic gradient through time and link between loess archives in central Europe and the Mediterranean
  • P5a.10 - Schulte et al.: Fixed grain size ratios for loess-palaeosol sequences - useful proxies for past aeolian dynamics or controlled by pedogenesis?
  • P5a.11 - Skurzyński et al.: The chemical composition of the loess-palaeosol sequences in Poland
  • P5a.12 - Terhorst et al.: The new loess formations in the Stratigraphic Table of Germany 2016
  • P5a.13 - Wolf et al.: New loess deposits in the southern Caucasus - On the way towards an interregional loess-stratigraphic scheme
  • P5a.14 - Yang et al.: Proportions of loess in slope deposits and their spatial distribution in a central German sandstone landscape
  • P5b.1 - Bernsteiner et al.: After the ice: post glacial evolution of small overdeepened basins in the NE Alps - Lake Taferlklaussee, Austria
  • P5b.2 - Lappe et al.: Magnetic susceptibility as a proxy to identify volcanic event layers in lake sediments in the Lower Danube Valley, Romania
  • P5b.3 - Nowacki et al.: Lake Gorgana' - Paleolake sediments as geoarchive for the paleoenvironmental reconstruction of the Lower Danube Valley, Romania
  • P5b.4 - Pint et al.: Micro- and Macrofossils as indicators of Early Holocene palaeoenvironmental changes in the northwestern Saudi Arabia
  • P5b.5 - Sahakyan et al.: Pollen and plant diversity in the terrestrial sediments of Jradzor area (Armenia)
  • P5b.6 - Seguin et al.: Inorganic Proxies from Lake Stymphalia XRF Core Data reveal Late Antique Little Ice Age in Southern Greece
  • P5b.7 - Stauch: Monsoon and sand – Palaeoclimate at the northeastern border of the Asian summer monsoon
  • P5b.8 - Stolz et al.: The quick death of a lake
  • P6b.1 - Büdel et al.: Quaternary Covers and their relationship to medieval settlement site selection, two showcases from central Europe
  • P6b.2 - Eckmeier et al.: Site formation processes of a Neo-Assyrian settlement complex in Northern Iraq (Kurdish Autonomous Region) in relation to its natural environment
  • P6b.3 - Faust et al.: Sand – so what?
  • P6b.21 - Franek et al.: Dendrochronological reconstruction of the anthropogenic subsidence – a case study from southern Poland
  • P6b.5 - Hadler et al.: The Wadden Sea of North Frisia (Germany) - Reconstructing a medieval coastal landscape
  • P6b.6 - Hardt et al.: The Harzhorn Incident - invenstigating the influence of soil parameters on the distribution of archaeological artefacts at a Germanic Roman battlefield-site in Central Germany
  • P6b.7 - Hensel et al.: Hydrological analysis in the Southwest Ethiopian Highlands - Case study in understanding water availability and prehistoric settlement in the Late Pleistocene
  • P6b.8 - Iserloh et al.: Extreme soil erosion event in steep slope vineyards (Kanzem/ Saar, Germany)
  • P6b.9 - Köhler et al.: Geophysical prospection and direct push sensing at Neolithic Pestenacker settlement (Lech catchment, SW Germany)
  • P6b.10 - Kovalev et al.: Anthropogenic Evolution of Landscapes of Central part of Russia in Historical time
  • P6b.11 - Krause et al.: Natural and cultural development at the archeological site Bullenheimer Berg
  • P6b.12 - Laermanns et al.: Settlement mounds on the Colchian plain – New insights into the Bronze Age occupation on the Black Sea coast of Georgia
  • P6b.13 - Laermanns et al.: Vulnerability to extreme wave events in Boca do Rio, Algarve coast (Portugal) - a possible explanation for the decline of Roman garum production
  • P6b.14 - Meyer-Heintze et al.: Potential of sinkhole infillings for the reconstruction of Holocene human-environment interaction – an example from Central Franconia
  • P6b.15 - Połtowicz-Bobak et al.: Late Glacial environment and Late Palaeolithic settlement in the San River Valley (SE Poland)
  • P6b.16 - Rutkiewicz et al.: Charcoal kiln remnants as a source of information on historical ferrous metallurgy and related changes of environment in river basins (examples from southern Poland)
  • P6b.17 - Sahakyan et al.: Geo-archaeological and archaeometric studies at the Aknashen settlement (Armenia)
  • P6b.18 - Schmidt et al.: 3D-Modelling of Charlemagne's summit canal - An integrative approach for calculating Carolingian construction workloads
  • P6b.19 - Seeger et al.: Crop diversification in steep slope vineyards
  • P6b.20 - Unkel et al.: Archaeohydrological investigations in Southern Greece
  • P6b.4 - Zech et al.: Peak Phosphorus – are we running out of phosphate rock resources?
  • P9.1 - Bartz et al.: Late Pleistocene alluvial fan evolution along the northern coast of Chile constrained by luminescence and electron spin resonance dating
  • P9.2 - Csonka et al.: Superposition of Middle Pleistocene paleosol horizons: geomorphological and paleoclimatological significance (Hévízgyörk, Hungary)
  • P9.3 - Fitzsimmons et al.: Karamaidan, Tajikistan: 800,000 years of terrestrial climate variability in the centre of the Eurasian continent
  • P9.4 - Geiger et al.: Climatic and environmental changes documented in a silted Saar meander in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
  • P9.5 - Gerasimenko et al.: Phases of palaeoenvironmental evolution during the Last Interglacial and the Early Glacial: a palaeopedological and pollen study of palaeocatenas in the Lypova Balka, central Ukraine
  • P9.6 - Liu et al.: Late Quaternary sedimentary archives and landforms in the Miaoli Tablelands, Northwestern Taiwan
  • P9.7 - Pfaffner et al.: Soils as records of the Eemian extension of Mediterranean climate in Southeast France - providing a future for Southeast France under the ongoing climate change
  • P9.8 - Roehm et al.: Quartärgeologische Ergebnisse von Aufschlussbohrungen für die 380KV-Trasse zwischen Lamspringe und Hardegsen (Leinbergland, Niedersachsen)
  • P9.9 - Thiel et al.: The Cyprina clay at the Western Pomeranian Baltic Sea coast - occurence, age and palaeoenvironmental implications
  • P9.10 - Uxa et al.: Late Pleistocene Ice-Wedge Pseudomorphs and Sand-Wedge Casts in the Czech Republic
  • P9.11 - Vlaminck et al.: Late Pleistocene environmental change along a potential Danube corridor of early human migration
  • P9.12 - Vlaminck et al.: Late Pleistocene dust dynamics and pedogenesis in Southern Eurasia - Detailed insights from the loess profile Toshan (NE Iran)