Kelly, "A Closer Look at the Diwãn al-Adab" 497 Zenon ...EUCHARISTERION: Essays presented to OMELJAN PRITSAK on his Sixtieth Birthday by his Colleagues and Students CONTENTS Part 2 James M.This procedure yielded a fixed local cooling of the sea sur- face which may be attributed to cold air outbreaks from the continents, cold polar air flows in the wake of pas- sing cyclones, etc.Descripción: EUCHARISTERION: Essays presented to OMELJAN PRITSAK on his Sixtieth Birthday by his Colleagues and Students CONTENTS Part 2 James M.JOURNAL EXCHANGE If you are interested in exchange yourjournal with the Quaternary Science Journal, please contact: Universitatsbibliothek Halle Tauschstelle, Frau Winther August-Bebel-Straf Se 13 D-06108 Halle [Saale], Germany Tel. (1996): Loss: Herkunft - Gliederung - Landschaf- ten. Die graue Flache zeigt die Lage der Liineburger Heide. 2: Location of soil profiles Schulwiese and Kartoffelfeld near the village of Seedorf county of Uelzen. 2: Lage der untersuchten Profile Schulwiese und Kartoffelfeld in Seedorf (Landkreis Uelzen). 2 and 4) aims at dating and recon- structing (palaeo) environmental conditions of soil genesis and human impact on landscape evolution in the northern- most patchy sand loess region at the margin of the Western European contiguous loess belt. However, the shapes of the growth curves are indistinguishable. (2009) observed that the shape of the growth curves for the IR 50 and the p IRIR 225 are indistinguishable for their samples. 5: Dose recovery test (a) und residuale Dosen (b)fur das IR 50 und das p IRIR 225 Signal fur alle Proben. Die Fehlerbalken stellen den 1-sigma Standardfehler dar.
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This study of a Gleysol/Colluvisol developed in a brook valley and of a Colluvisol/stagnic Luvisol sequence developed on sandy loess at higher topographic elevation near the vil- E&G/Vol. Hatched area marks the northern most distribution of loess. 1 = Lower Rhine Area; 2 = Recklinghausen; 3, 4 = Soester horde; 5 = Milnster; 6 = Bersenbriick; 7 = Damme; 8 = Wehden; 9 = Wunstorf Rehurg; 10 = Goldenstedt; 11 = Syke; 12 = Apensen; 13 = Harburg; 14 = Garlsdorf; 15 = Uelzen, Bevensen; 16 = Clenze; 17 = Bergen, Jettebruch; 18 = Wittingen; 19 = Klotze; 20 = Peine, Braunschweig; 21 = Helmstedt; 22 = Haldensleben; 23 = Magdeburg. 1: Lage von Seedorf (Landkreis Uelzen) in Niedersachsen und Verbreitung von Loss und Sandloss in Nord-Deutschland. 01 /© Authors / Creative Commons Attribution License E 10.491° °co L 00 o CO " 10 E 10.506 I E10.521 c _| O) o 00 " ID o " b oo oo " b CD o E 10.491° E 10.506° E 10.521° E 10.536° Fig. - Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 38: 1093-1106. The g-values were calculated according to Huntley & Lamothe (2001) using the same integration limits as for the De calcu- lation. Cosmic dose rate IRSL dose rate Sample Uranium (ppm) Thorium (ppm) Potassium (%) (Gy/ka) (Gy/ka) Wei 1 3.03 ± 0.03 10.09 ±0.06 1.23 ±0.01 0.19 ±0.02 3.00 ±0.16 Wei 2 3.40 ± 0.03 11.24 ±0.06 1.38 ±0.01 0.18 ±0.02 3.32 ±0.18 Wei 3 3.24 ± 0.02 11.41 ±0.06 1.30 ±0.01 0.14 ±0.01 3.18 ±0.17 Wei 4 2.76 ± 0.02 9.38 ± 0.05 1.18 ± 0.01 0.13 ±0.01 2.72 ±0.15 Wei 5 2.80 ± 0.03 11.12 ±0.06 1.31 ±0.01 0.12 ±0.01 3.01 ±0.16 Wei 6 3.33 ± 0.03 13.55 ±0.06 1.43 ±0.01 0.09 ±0.01 3.45 ±0.18 Wei 7 2.92 ± 0.03 10.73 ±0.06 1.30 ±0.01 0.06 ±0.01 2.94 ±0.16 E&G/Vol. The growth curves for the p IRIR 225 lies above the curve for the IR 50 for all samples.Efl GEOZON Eiszeita Iter und Gegenwart Quaternary Science Journal Volume 60 / Number 1 / 2011 / DOI: 10.3285/eg.60.1 / ISSN 0424-7116 / Founded in 1951 EDITOR DEUQUA Deutsche Quartarvereinigung e. Office Stilleweg 2 D-30655 Hannover Germany Tel: 49 511-643 36 13 E-Mail: info [at] EDITOR SABINE HELMS, Greifswald [Germany] Geozon Science Media Postfach 3245 D-17462 Greifswald Germany Tel. (this issue): Luminescence dat- ing of the loess/palaeosol sequence at the gravel quarry Gaul/Weilbach, Southern Hesse (Germany). The pre- vailing soil types developed on sandy loess in the Liine- burg Heath were described by Roeschmann in Kuntze et al. They range from Luvisols, stagnic Luvisols, Cambisols and Podzols to Fluvisols and Gleysols in the small brook valleys (Soil Map BK50 L2928, Bad Bevensen) (Fig. Figure 4 shows the distribution of the characteristic deep humic horizons in the study area, which are classified as colluvium and generally overly the diagnostic B horizons. 01 /© Authors / Creative Commons Attribution License 40 km North Sea Fig. (2001): Optical dating of annually laminated lake sediments A test case from Holzmaar/Germany. The aliquots were dosed, preheated and then stored for various delays after irradiation and before meas- urement. 08 /© Authors / Creative Commons Attribution License 119 a) a; 6 ■a 0) o CD t 4 o o ■ '^ 2 CO c CD CO Sample Wei6 • "R 5 o ■ Natural A Recycling O PIRIR 225 D Natural V Recycling 100 200 300 400 500 Dose (Gy) 600 700 b) Sample Wei7 Fig.49 3834-80 40 60 E-Mail: helms [at] HOLGER FREUND, Wilhelmshaven [Germany] ICBM - Geoecology Carl-von-Ossietzky Universitat Oldenburg Schleusenstr 1 D-26382 Wilhelmshaven Germany Tel.: 494421-94 42 00 Fax: 494421-94 42 99 E-Mail: holger.freund [at] FORMER EDITORS-IN-CHIEF PAUL WOLDSTEDT [1951-1966] MARTIN SCHWARZBACH [1963-1966] ERNST SCHONHALS [1968-1978] REINHOLD HUCKRIEDE [1968-1978] HANS DIETRICH LANG [1980-1990] JOSEF KLOSTERMANN [1991-1999] WOLFGANG SCHIRMER  ERNST BRUNOTTE [2001-2005] EDITORIAL BOARD KARL-ERNST BEHRE, Wilhelmshaven [Germany] HANS-RUDOLF BORK, Kiel [Germany] ARNTBRONGER, Kiel [Germany] JURGEN EHLERS, Hamburg [Germany] ETIENNE JUVIGNE, Liege [Belgium] WIGHARTVON KOENIGSWALD, Bonn [Germany] ELSE KOLSTRUR Uppsala [Sweden] JAN PIOTROWSKI, Aarhus [Denmark] LUDWIG REISCH, Erlangen [Germany] JEF VANDENBERGHE, Amsterdam [The Netherlands] BERND ZOLITSCHKA, Bremen [Germany] GUEST EDITOR MANFRED FRECHEN, Hannover [Germany] AIMS & SCOPE The Quaternary Science Journal publishes original articles of quaternary geology, geography, palaeontology, soil science, archaeology, climatology etc.; special issues with main topics and articles of lectures of several scientific events. There is archaeological evidence of an Iron Age cultural stage of the Jastorf culture (Seedorf- Stufe, Schwantes 1952, Hassler 1991) though as well as of Neolithic settlements (Sprockhoff 1975, Heege & Maier 1991, Geebers 1995, Richter 2002) in the area and of a number of archaeobotanical investigations from prehistor- ic sites. 1: Location of Seedorf, county of Uelzen, Lower Saxony and distribution of loess and sandy loess in northern Germany. This sequence was repeated several times on each aliquot. 4: Dose response and decay curves for samples a) Wei 6 and b) Wei 7 showing the IR 50 (filled symbols) and the p IRIR 225 signal (open symbols). 4: Aufbaukurve und Zerfallskurve fur Proben a) Wei 6 (gefullte Symbole) und b) Wei7 (offene Symbole) fur das IR 50 und das p IRIR 225 Signal. These curves are selected to be representative for all samples." 786 Maria Eva Subtelny, "All Shir Navã’i: Bakhshi and Beg" 797 Orest Subtelny, "The Ukrainian-Crimean Treaty of 1711" 808 Victor Swoboda, "Ukrainian in the Slavic Element of Yiddish Vocabulary" 818 Frank E. Sysyn, "Adam Kysil and the Synods of 1629: An Attempt at Orthodox-Uniate Accommodation in the Reign of Sigismund III" 826 Roman Szporluk, "Kiev as the Ukraine’s Primate City" 843 Gön Ul Alpay Tekin, "Timur Devrine ait iki Ttirkce $iir [Two Turkish Poems of the Timur Period]" 850 inasi Tekin, "A Qarabanid Document of A. Models The ocean model employed for the global experiments is based on the Hamburg Large-Scale Geostrophic (LSG) ocean model.For the standard run as described by Maier-Reimer et a1.49 [0J3834-80 40 80 E-Mail: info [at] Printed in Germany on 100% recycled paper climate neutral produced COVER PHOTO Juliane Herrmann [LIAG] Aufschlul S Sutto in Nordungarn RIGHTS Copyright for articles by the authors LICENSE Distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution License 3.0 1 and 2), soil colour was determined by Munsell soil colour charts. 2 and 4) (53.08°N, 10.52°E, 38 m a.s.l.) is located on a slip-off slope in a floodplain of a small watercourse close to the village of Seed- orf in the western part of the Liineburg Heath. This dose was then measured in the same manner as the equivalent dose in or- 120 E&G/Vol. This data indicates the applicability of the post-IR IRSL protocol. 9 ± 1.3 Gy to 14.9 ± 2.1 Gy, with a mean of 12.7 ± 0.5 Gy (n = 7) for p IRIR 225 .Org/licenses/by/3.0/ E&G Quaternary Science Journal Volume 60 / Number 1 / 2011 / 3-5 / DOI 10.3285/eg.6D.1.0D SCIENCE MEDIA ISSN 0424-7116 Loess in Europe Guest Editorial Manfred Frechen Address of author: M. The sequence consists of 1.75 m thick silty, clayey soil-sediment with fluvic and gleyic features. To confirm that the IRSL and the post-IR IRSL are bleachable by natural daylight we exposed three aliquots per sample for four hours to a Honle SOL2 solar simulator and then measured the apparent dose in the usual manner. Equivalent Dose (D e ), fading rates and age estimates In Table 3 the equivalent doses, dose recovery results, re- sidual doses, g-values and the resulting luminescence ages, both uncorrected as well as fading corrected, are summa- rized for all samples.The term"L6B" was first described in Central Europe by Karl Casar von Leonhard (1823/24) who reported yel- lowish brown, silty deposits along the Rhine valley near Heidelberg. From 133 cm upwards the stagnic Luvi- sol is overlain by a (sandy) loess colluvium showing weak cambic properties (Tab. The organic content assessed ranges from weak to very weak humic. 1982) and organic nitrogen using the Kjeldahl procedure. (2007b): Lumineszenzdatierungen an limnischen Sedimenten von Klinge/Kreis Forst. The D e -s calculated using the p IRIR 225 from feldspar range from 64.9 ± 2.3 Gy to 921 ± 41 Gy.Charles Lyell (1834) brought this term into widespread usage by observing similarities between loess and loess derivatives along the loess bluffs in the Rhine and Mississippi. The profile Kartof- felfeld is vertically subdivided (IUSS 2006) into the horizons Ap-Bwl-Bw2-Bw3-2Btb/Bgbl-2Bwbl/Bgbl-3Bwb2/Bgb2/C (Fig. By applying the German soil classification system (KA5 2005) the sequence of horizons can be described as Ap (0-30 cm) /M (30-54 cm) /M (54-82 cm) /M (82-110 cm) / Swd-Bt (110-133 cm) /Swd-Bv (133-138 cm) /Swd-Bv (138- E&G/Vol. Major (Al, Fe, and Mn) and trace (S, Cr, Cu, Pb, Zn, Co, Ni, Cd, Sr, Hg, V) elements were determined using an X-ray fluores- cence (XRF) spectrometer (Spectro Xepos-Benchtop-Roent- genfluoreszenz-Spektrometer) equipped with a Rh tube (Chen et al. Quality control of the analytical proce- dure was established using three internationally recognized standard reference materials (SRMs) viz., ISE, BCSS-1, and MESS-1. The D e values are in average -20% higher than those obtained using the IR 50 .