Arbeitsbereich Prof. Dr. Böse

  • Böse, M., Ehlers, J., Lehmkuhl, F., 2018: Deutschlands Norden, Springer Verlag, ISBN 978 - 3 - 662 - 55373 - 2

  • Krambach, M. & Böse, M. 2017: The morphological units between the end moraines of the Pomeranian phase and the Eberswalde ice-marginal valley (Urstromtal), Germany – a critical examination by means of a high-resolution DEM. - E&G Quaternary Science Journal 66, 1: 44-56. DOI 10.3285/eg.66.1.04
  • Hardt, J., Lüthgens, C., Hebenstreit, R. & Böse, M. 2016: Geochronological (OSL) and geomorphological investigations at the presumed Frankfurt ice marginal position in northeast Germany.- Quaternary Science Reviews 154: 85-99.
  • Hardt, J., Böse, M., 2016 : The timing of the Weichselian Pomeranian ice marginal position south of the Baltic Sea: A critical review of morphological and geochronological results. Quaternary International (in press).
  • Tseng, C.-H., Lüthgens, C., Tsukamoto, S., Reimann, T., Frechen, M., Böse, M., 2016: Late Pleistocene to Holocene alluvial tableland formation in an intra-mountainous basin in a tectonically active mountain belt ― A case study in the Puli Basin, central Taiwan. Quaternary Science Reviews 132, 26-39.
  • Böse, M., 2015: Der Beginn des gegenwärtigen Eiszeitalters. In: Lozán, J. (Hrsg.): Warnsignal Klima: Das Eis der Erde - Wissenschaftliche Fakten, S. 43-50. Wissenschaftliche Auswertungen, Hamburg.
  • Hardt, J., Hebenstreit, R., Lüthgens, C., Böse, M., 2015: High-resolution mapping of ice-marginal landforms in the Barnim region, northeast Germany. Geomorphology 250, 41-52.
  • Böse, M., 2014: From Morphostratigraphy to  Chronostratigraphy – Modern Quaternary Geomorphology as a Basic for Climatic Research. – Gémorphologie: relief, processus, environnement, 2014, n° 4, 303-306.
  • Böse, M., Hebenstreit, R., Hardt, J., 2013: A deformation till at Hohuan Shan, Taiwan. Quaternary International.


Arbeitsbereich Prof. Dr. Schüt

  • Bebermeier, W., J. Meister, C.R. Withanachi, I, Middelhaufe, B. Schütt, 2017. Tank Cascade Systems as a Sustainable Measure of Watershed Management in South Asia. Water, 9, 231. doi: 10.3390/w9030231
  • Borrelli, P., P. Panagos, M. Märker, S. Modugno, B. Schütt, 2017. Assessment of the impacts of clear-cutting on soil loss by water erosion in Italian forests: First comprehensive monitoring and modelling approach. Catena, 149, 770-781. doi:10.1016/j.catena.2016.02.017
  • Hoelzmann, P., T. Klein, F. Kutz, B. Schütt., 2017. A new device to mount portable energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometers (p-ED-XRF) for semi-continuous analyses of split (sediment) cores and solid samples. Geosci. Instrum. Method. Data Syst. : 6, 93-101, 2017, doi: 10.5194/gi-6-93-2017
  • Meister, J., J. Krause, B. Müller-Neuhof, M. Portillo, T. Reimann, B. Schütt, 2017. Desert agricultural systems at EBA Jawa (Jordan): Integrating archaeological and palaeoenvironmental records. Quaternary International, 434, Part B, 1, 33-50. doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2015.12.086
  • Nykamp, M., D. Knitter, B.S. Heeb, A. Szentmilowski, R. Krause, B. Schütt, 2017. A landscape archaeological approach to link human activities to past landscape change in the built-up area of the Late Bronze Age enclosure Cornesti-Iacuri, western Romania. eTopoi. Journal for Ancient Studies, 6, 1-15.
  • Schneider, S., M. Schlöffel, C. Schwall, B. Horejs, B. Schütt, 2017. First stratigraphic evidence and absolute dating of a Bronze Age settlement in the Bakırçay valley in western Turkey. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 2017(12):316-322. doi: 10.1016/j.jasrep.2017.02.01
  • Soulie-Märsche, I., R. Baumhauer, B. Schütt, 2017. Palaeoenvironmental significance of charophyte gyrogonites from Laguna de Gallocanta (Aragón, Spain). Botany Letters.
  • Wagalawatta, T. , W. Bebermeier , P. Hoelzmann , D. Knitter , K. Kohlmeyer , A. Pitawala , B. Schütt, 2017. Spatial distribution and functional relationship of local bedrock and stone constructions in the cultural landscape of ancient Anuradhapura; (377 BCE–1017 CE), Sri Lanka. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 13, 382-394.