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  List of Accepted Contributions - SSS2 Soil as a record of the past

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Golding, K.A.; Davidson, D.A.
Evidence for waste management and disposal in Scottish Royal Burghs

Davidson, D.; Wilson, C.; Blunn, M.; Cairns, D.; Cowie, J.
SASSA: a soil analysis support system for archaeologists

Paleosol Stratigraphy and Geochronological Implication in the paleolithic sites of South Korea

Adderley, P; Magnavita, C
Early cultural land-use practices in North East Nigeria: Are human responses to past-climate changes evident in the soils-based record?

Kuzyakov, Y; Schevtzova , E; Pustovoytov , K
Principles and potential of 14C labeling for studying re-crystallization of soil carbonates

Pampura, T.; Demkin, V.; Probst, A.
Investigation of lead origin and fate in soils using geochemical and archeological methods

Dirksen, O. ; Danhara, T.; Takahara, H.; Ikeda, Sh.; Sasaki, N.
Marker ash layers of Central and Southern Kamchatka – unique stratigraphic tool for detail paleoenvironmental studies

Breecker, D.; Sharp, Z.; McFadden, L.
Seasonal variation in the carbon isotope composition and concentration of soil CO2 gives insight to the formation of modern pedogenic carbonate

Madella, M.
Phytoliths: a terrestrial botanical dataset for palaeoenvironmental reconstructions (withdrawn)

Schneider, H.; Höfer, D.; Trog, C.; Hilbich, C.; Daut, G.; Mäusbacher, R.
Geoarcheological reconstruction of the coast development in the Algarve Region (South Portugal)

Ciampalini, R.; Benvenuti, M.; Carnicelli, S.
Uncomformities, surfaces and soils: integrating soil-, morpho- and sedimentary stratigraphy

Bajnóczi, B.
Pedogenic carbonate in Quaternary paleosoils from Hungary

Pirson, S.; Court-Picon, M.; Damblon, F.; Haesaerts, P.; Debenham, N.; Draily, C.
Belgian cave entrance and rock-shelter sequences as palaeoenvironmental and palaeoclimatic data recorders: the example of the Walou cave multi-proxy study.

Hannam, J.A.
Soil magnetism and soil processes in the spatial domain: Applications for landmine clearance

Durand, N.; Hamelin, B.; Deschamps, P.; Gunnell, Y.; Curmi, P.
Timing of calcrete development using U-Th-isochrone method: results and limitations from two sites in peninsular India

Miller, C.; Goldberg, P.; Schiegl, S.; Conard, N.
The micromorphology of Paleolithic cave sites of the Swabian Jura, Baden-Württemburg, Germany

Komoróczi, Z.; Székely, B.; Molnár, G.; Catt, L.; Booth , A.; Dövényi, P.
Multimethod geophysical study of anomalous light-grey stripes in Quaternary sediments revealed by archive aerial photography

Courty, M.A.; Brasseur, B.; Fedoroff, N.
The soil record of instantaneous processes linked to cosmic events and related consequences

Courty, M.-A.; Lebel, S.; Rimmer, S. M.
Climate fluctuations during OIS 6-7 reflected in the dynamic of pedogenic carbonates at the Bau de l’Aubesier rockshelter, Monieux, Vaucluse (France)

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