Johannes Rabiger-Völlmer

Johannes Rabiger-Völlmer
University of Leipzig · Institute for Geography

Master of Science

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This document contains data sets of the valley depositions of the Loosbach valley and data of the Late Neolithic wetland site of Pestenacker. It consists of raw data and graphical figures of direct push-based electrical conductivity and colour logs and driving core recoveries as well as hand drilling recoveries presented by Köhler et al. ([1]). We...
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The reconstruction and understanding of tipping points in environmental systems have become an important issue for the global geoscientific community. This study focuses on the reconstruction of the Holocene deposition history of the Loosbach valley at the Pestenacker site, a Late Neolithic wetland occupation in the northern Alpine forelands of Cen...
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Wetland environments, with their excellent conservation conditions, provide geoarchaeological archives of past human activities. However, the subsurface soil is difficult to access due to high groundwater tables, unstable sediments, and the high cost of excavation. In this study, we present a ground-based non- and minimal-invasive prospection conce...
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Sediment budgeting concepts serve as quantification tools to decipher the erosion and accumulation processes within a catchment and help to understand these relocation processes through time. While sediment budgets are widely used in geomorphological catchment‐based studies, such quantification approaches are rarely applied in geoarchaeological stu...
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The prospection of (geo-)archaeological sites yield important knowledge about the concept and the utilisation of pre-historical and historical infrastructure. The satisfactory conduction of classical prospection methods like archaeological excavations or geoarchaeological vibra-coring might be challenging in the case of large sites or difficult und...
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The Early Medieval Fossa Carolina is the first hydro-engineering construction that bridges the Central European Watershed. The canal was built in 792/793 AD on order of Charlemagne and should connect the drainage systems of the Rhine-Main catchment and the Danube catchment. In this study, we show for the first time, the integration of Airborne LiDA...
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The Fossa Carolina is the first hydro-engineering construction that bridges the Central European watershed in the Early Middle Ages. The canal should have connected the drainage systems of the Rhine-Main-catchment and the Danube catchment. During that time, the waterway network played an important role for itinerant kingships, economic exchange and...
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Besonders in Gebieten mit geringen Grundwasserflurabständen ist die Durchführung von archäologischen Grabungen an Bodendenkmälern mit vielen Schwierigkeiten verbunden. Neben hohen Kosten und großem Aufwand für die Stabilisierung der Grabungsränder (Werther / Feiner 2014) sind umfangreiche Maßnahmen zur Wasserhaltung (Bates / Bates 2000; Doran 2013)...

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