New SFB1070 RessourceCultures Publication:
“What’s in a colluvial deposit? Perspectives from archaeopedology”
We used an archaeopedological multi-proxy approach on a multi-layered colluvial deposit in Southwest Germany to reconstruct from soil properties land use practices since the Neolithic such as deforestation, wood procurement, the use of fire and livestock farming, which simultaneously shaped the landscape and triggered colluvial deposition.
“What’s in a colluvial deposit? Perspectives from archaeopedology” is available online at doi: 10.1016/j.catena.2020.105040