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- Cardale de Schrimpff, Marianne; Berrio, Juan Carlos; Groot, Ana Maria; Botero, Pedro; Duncan, Neil
- Quaternary international 2019 v.505 pp. 34-54
- alluvium, etc ; Holocene epoch; Maranta arundinacea; Pleistocene epoch; Zea mays; anthropogenic activities; archaeology; arrowroot; burning; butchering; corn; fires; floodplains; human population; humans; lakes; landscapes; marshes; paleoecology; paleosolic soil types; piedmont; ribs; rivers; sediment deposition; skeleton; soil analysis; surveys; tectonics; volcanic ash; Colombia; Show all 30 Subjects
- ... This paper summarizes the results of on-going archaeological and palaeoecological research on the floodplain of the river Cauca and adjacent piedmont, with the aim of reconstructing an outline history of the human occupation of the region and its interaction with the environment, beginning in the Late Pleistocene. The difficulties of locating occupation sites in this landscape cannot be overestima ...
- Lisa, L.; Lisy, P.; Chadima, M.; Čejchan, P.; Bajer, A.; Cilek, V.; Sukova, L.; Schnabl, P.
- Quaternary international 2012 v.266 pp. 25-33
- alluvium, etc ; case studies; cataract; geomorphology; humans; magnetic properties; rivers; Nile River; Sudan; Show all 9 Subjects
- ... Alluvial deposits within the Sabaloka Gorge and the Sixth Cataract, the Nile River, Sudan, represent a set of deposits with a high lithological variability. This is due to the geomorphology and short-time and intensive flood events resulting in aggradation and erosion of the alluvial zone. Human maintenance of the alluvial zone also plays a role. Therefore, these sediments seem to be ideal for a m ...