A film crew joined us on a trip to an alpine cave, Obstanser Eishöhle, where we do research in collaboration with scientists from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
Today Gabriella Koltai had her big day and she successfully presented and defended her PhD thesis.
Together with colleagues from the GFZ Potsdam Stefan Lauterbach carried out field work in Kyrgyzstan, aiming at reconstructing climate variability during the Holocene
Samuel Barrett successfully defended his PhD thesis and will soon receive his doctoral degree.
A 911 page volume was published on caves formed by upwelling groundwater, including four contributions from our group.
In a recent field work campaign, Luke Gliganic excavated Stone Arrangement sites in W Australia with the aim of dating their construction using a novel luminescence dating approach.
Sanja Vranjes and Hans Kitzmüller successfully finished their Master program.
July marked the start of a new project and we searched a number of caves in the Sennes-Fosses area of the Dolomites for traces of palaeoclimate and landscape evolution.
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