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Pleistocene climatic history of East and Central Asia based on paleopedological indicators in loess-paleosol sequences
Bronger, A.; Winter, R.; Heinkele, T.
Weathering and clay mineral formation in two Holocene soils and in buried paleosols in Tadjikistan: towards a Quaternary paleoclimatic record in Central Asia
Bronger, A.; Winter, R.; Sedov, S.
Humus accumulation in Holocene paleosols formed in Japanese tephra
Watanabe, M.; Aoki, K.; Sakagami, K.
Late Holocene soil formation in the valley of the River Yenisei, Central Siberia
Soil parent materials in the Moshaysk district, Russia
Kleber, A.; Gusev, V.V.
Pleistocene paleosols in Norway: implications for past climate and glacial erosion
Correlation of Quaternary pedostratigraphy from western to eastern Europe
Soil-age relationships and correlations: comparison of chronosequences in the Ljubljana Basin, Slovenia and USA
The palaeoclimatic significance of paleosols in Southern Fezzan (Libyan Sahara): morphological and micromorphological aspects
Cremaschi, M.; Trombino, L.
Frost and soils: implications for paleosols, paleoclimates and stratigraphy
van Vliet-Lanoe, B.
Pedogenic carbonate cutans as a record of the Holocene history of relic tundra-steppes of the Upper Kolyma Valley (North-Eastern Asia)
Radiocarbon age of Holocene paleosols of the East European forest-steppe zone
Alexandrovskiy, A.L.; Chichagova, O.A.
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