Tobias Richter's scientific contributions

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... It is defined by Saharo-Arabian type steppe vegetation and currently receives less than 200 mm of mean annual rainfall (Zohary 1973). The Shubayqa sites are located in the Qa' Shubayqa (see Fig. 1), a twelve square-kilometre large mudflat basin (Richter et al. 2012;Richter 2014;Richter et al. 2016). ...
... In 1996 she conducted a brief test-excavation at Shubayqa 1. The site was re-excavated between 2012 and 2015 as part of the Shubayqa Archaeological Project, accompanied by the landscape survey and geomorphological sampling of the Qa' reported in this paper (Richter et al., 2014(Richter et al., , 2016a(Richter et al., , b, 2017Richter, 2014Richter, , 2017aRichter, , 2017b. In addition, extensive excavations were carried out at the late Epipalaeolithic -Pre-Pottery Neolithic A site Shubayqa 6 between 2014 and 2018 (set to continue in the future) and test excavation at a small number of other late Epipalaeolithic and early Neolithic sites in the area. ...