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Title: State of the art in paleoenvironment mapping for modeling applications in archeology—Summary, conclusions, and future directions from the PaleoMaps Workshop
Authors: Willmes, Christian
Niedziółka, Kamil
Serbe, Benjamin
Grimm, Sonja B.
Groß, Daniel
Miebach, Andrea
Märker, Michael
Henselowsky, Felix
Gamisch, Alexander
Rostami, Masoud
Mateos Cachorro, Ana
Rodríguez, Jesús
Limberg, Heiko
Schmidt, Isabell ‎
Müller, Martin
Hölzchen, Ericson
Holthausen, Michael
Klein, Konstantin
Wegener, Christian
Weninger, Bernhard
Kellberg Nielsen, Trine
Otto, Taylor
Weniger, Gerd-Christian
Bubenzer, Olaf
Bareth, Georg
Keywords: Paleoenvironment reconstruction;Paleoenvironment modeling;Paleoclimate modeling;Open science;Human-environment interaction;Archeological modeling
Issue Date: May-2020
Publisher: MDPI
Citation: Quaternary, 2020, 3 (2), 13
Abstract: In this report, we present the contributions, outcomes, ideas, discussions and conclusions obtained at the PaleoMaps Workshop 2019, that took place at the Institute of Geography of the University of Cologne on 23 and 24 September 2019. The twofold aim of the workshop was: (1) to provide an overview of approaches and methods that are presently used to incorporate paleoenvironmental information in human–environment interaction modeling applications, and building thereon; (2) to devise new approaches and solutions that might be used to enhance the reconstruction of past human–environmental interconnections. This report first outlines the presented papers, and then provides a joint protocol of the often extensive discussions that came up following the presentations or else during the refreshment intervals. It concludes by adressing the open points to be resolved in future research avenues, e.g., implementation of open science practices, new procedures for reviewing of publications, and future concepts for quality assurance of the often complex paleoenvironmental data. This report may serve as an overview of the state of the art in paleoenvironment mapping and modeling. It includes an extensive compilation of the basic literature, as provided by the workshop attendants, which will itself facilitate the necessary future research
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12136/1884
ISSN: 2571-550X
DOI: 10.3390/quat3020013
Editor version: https://doi.org/10.3390/quat3020013
Type: Article
Technical Report
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