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Session 1 – Concepts in Geomorphology and Quaternary Sciences

Monday, September 24, 2018 / 08:50 – 09:50 / Aula

08:50 T1 Jim Rose Geomorphology and Quaternary Science – a beneficial / obligatory interdependence
09:10 T2 Kirsten von Elverfeldt Uniformitarianism in the Anthropocene: Is the past still key to the future (and has it ever been)?
09:30 T3 Frank Lehmkuhl Loess and sand in Quaternary environments in Eurasia: Distribution and timing


Session 2 – Fluvial Systems

Monday, September 24, 2018 / 10:30 – 11:50 / Aula

10:30 T4 Stephane Cordier New insights into the fluvial terrace stratigraphy in the Moselle catchment and surrounding areas: revisiting the “main” terraces paradigm and constraints for Quaternary uplift
10:50 T5 Julian Struck Alternating phases of soil formation and sedimentation in sediment-paleosol sequences on Pleistocene fluvial terraces of the Mosel River
11:10 T6 Laurent Lespez Fluvial system changes during the last 35 kyr along the Falémé River (Eastern Sénégal): palaeoclimatic and settlement implications
11:30 T7 Daniel Wolf The Holocene fluvial sequence of the Galera River (SE-Spain) – A regional archive in an interregional context


Session 3 – Insights into Landscape Evolution

Monday, September 24, 2018 / 15:00 – 16:20 / Aula

15:00 T8 Piotr Migoń Towards elucidating morphotectonic structure of the Sudetes mountain range, Bohemian Massif, Central Europe, by looking at geomorphometric signatures
15:20 T9 Kristen Cook Insights into bedload transport from seismic data in the Bhote Koshi
15:40 T10 Stefanie Tofelde Effects of deep-seated versus shallow hillslope processes on cosmogenic 10Be concentrations in fluvial sand and gravel
16:00 T11 Gilles Rixhon Cosmogenic nuclides and caves: an underestimated tool to unravel Quaternary incision/uplift rates (Ardennian Meuse catchment, E Belgium)


Session 4a – Arid Zone Environments

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 / 08:30 – 09:50 a.m. / Aula

08:30 T12 Simon May New insights into the variety of zebra (stone) stripes in the Atacama Desert – reconsidering geomorphic processes and (palaeo-)activity
08:50 T13 Christian Büdel Morphometric features and development of Quaternary sediment covers in Damghan Basin, Iran
09:10 T14 Veit Nottebaum Landscape evolution in southern Mongolia between climate and tectonic drivers recorded in aeolian, lacustrine and fluvial archives
09:30 T15 Marielle Neyen Geomorphological features derived by wavelet-based analysis of high-resolution TanDEM-X digital elevation models at Late Quaternary Paleo-lake Tsodilo, Kalahari, NW Botswana


Session 4b – Methods and Techniques

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 / 08:30 – 09:50 / Room 315

08:30 T16 Peter Fischer Applying Direct Sensing Techniques and Surface-Based Geophysics in Loess-Stratigraphical Research – A New Approach Towards Geomorphogenetical Landscape Modelling
08:50 T17 Johannes Schmidt Shaping pre-modern digital terrain models – the former topography at Charlemagne’s canal construction site
09:10 T18 David Loibl Assessing surface movement in high-mountain environments with Sentinel-1 data and the open source tool OSARIS
09:30 T19 Marcel Lerch Reconstruction of vegetation, climate and human history based on pedological and geoarchaeological investigations of the mesolithic site Ullafelsen, Fotschertal, Austria


Session 5a – Loess as Archive for Quaternary Environments

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 / 10:30 – 11:50 / Aula

10:30 T20 Martin Kehl Towards a pedostratigraphy for Late Quaternary loess in Northern Iran
10:50 T21 Sascha Meszner Desert Margin Loess in Southern Tunisia
11:10 T22 Gabriella Barta Stable carbon and oxygen isotope composition of earthworm biospheroids – Investigation with the application of the combined cluster and discriminant analysis (CCDA) method
11:30 T23 Christian Zeeden Stratigraphic interpretations of loess-paleosol sequences and their relevance for loess deposition rates


Session 5b – Lakes as Archive for Quaternary Environments

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 / 10:30 – 11:50 / Room 315

10:30 T24 Max Engel A surprisingly short early Holocene humid spell inferred from remnant shorelines and palaeolake deposits in northern Arabia
10:50 T25 Bernd Zolitschka Holocene sediment record from Laguna Azul (southeastern Patagonia, Argentina) reflects Southern Hemispheric Westerly and ENSO-linked climatic variability
11:10 T26 Stefan Dreibrodt Early Holocene climate oscillations in the terrestrial record of central Europe: Annually laminated lake sediments from Poggensee (northern Germany)
11:30 T27 Sibylle Knapp Large rock-slope failures impacting on lakes – Insights from lacustrine and terrestrial deposits Lake Oeschinen (CH), Lake Eibsee (D) and Flims (CH)


Session 6a – Weathering, Rock and Slope Failure

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 / 15:00 – 16:20 / Aula

15:00 T28 Jiri Bruthans Origin of cavernous weathering: Effect of case hardening or hydraulic field?
15:20 T29 Aaron Bufe The impact of soil and landslide erosion processes on carbonate and silicate weathering in southern Taiwan
15:40 T30 Jürgen Reitner Onset and activity of deep-seated gravitational slope deformations since the LGM (Eastern Tyrol, Austria)
16:00 T31 Michael Krautblatter Mechanical modelling strategies for warming permafrost rock slopes


Session 6b – Geoarcheology and Human Impact

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 / 15:00 – 16:20 / Room 315

15:00 T32 Elisabeth Dietze Holocene fires in the central European lowlands and the role of humans
15:20 T33 Svetlana Khamnueva Genesis of anthropogenic landforms in the Viking settlement Hedeby
15:40 T34 Piotr Kittel Geomorphological and palaeogeographical situation of the Neolithic pile-dwelling settlement in Serteya (Western Russia)
16:00 T35 Christian Tinapp Holocene floodplain evolution in a Middle European loess landscape – Geoarchaeological investigations of the lower Pleiße valley in NW-Saxony


Session 7 – High Mountain Geomorphic and Quaternary Research

Wednesday, September 26, 2018 / 08:30 – 09:50 / Aula

08:30 T36 Michael Klinge Fire-induced geomorphological processes in the Khangai Mountains, Mongolia
08:50 T37 Anna Schoch Outsize fan evolution – internal structure and influence on the Upper Rhone Valley, Switzerland
09:10 T38 Georg Veh Outburst hazards of meltwater lakes in ice-free Himalayas
09:30 T39 Oliver Sass Will climate change increase sediment yields of alpine torrential catchments


Session 8 – Glacial and Periglacial Systems

Wednesday, September 26, 2018 / 10:30 – 11:50 / Aula

10:30 T40 Jan Blöthe Recent dynamics of ice-debris landforms in the central Andes of Argentina
10:50 T41 Christopher Lüthgens Constraining the onset, climax and decay of the LGM in the Drau Glacier area
11:10 T42 Felix Hofmann Late Glacial and Early Holocene glacier fluctuations in the southern Écrins massif (French Alps)
11:30 T43 Martin Margold Northern Hemisphere ice-sheet extent for the last 2.6 Ma and implications for global sea levels


Session 9 – Pleistocene Environments

Wednesday, September 26, 2018 / 15:00 – 16:00 / Aula

15:00 T44 Christoph Mayr Environmental conditions during the Middle Würmian in the northern Alps reflected in the Nesseltalgraben record (Germany)
15:20 T45 Patrice Wuscher Upper Pleistocene loess, alluvial terraces and fans in the south-western part of the Upper Rhine Graben: distribution, geomorphology and first elements of chronology
15:40 T46 Olivier Moine Last glacial intra-interstadial palaeoenvironmental changes evidenced by the molluscan record of the Gravettian site of Amiens-Renancourt 1 (France)