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E&G Quaternary Science Journal An open-access journal of the German Quaternary Association
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Journal subject areas

The journal subject areas are defined by the following index terms below. These terms represent the keywords to be chosen for assignment of submitted manuscripts to individual associate editors:

  • Quaternary geology;
  • paleo-environments;
  • paleo-ecology;
  • soil science;
  • paleo-climatology;
  • geomorphology;
  • geochronology;
  • archaeology;
  • geoarchaeology.
Associate editors' expertise
  • Christopher Lüthgens | Quaternary geochronology, paleoenvironmental reconstruction, geomorphology
  • Daniela Sauer | Soil formation, Palaeopedology, Micromorphology
  • Michael Zech | biogeochemistry, stable isotopes
  • Becky Briant | landscape evolution, geochronology, palaeoenvironmental reconstruction
  • Elisabeth Dietze | fire reconstruction, sediment transport, lake level change
  • Markus Fuchs | Quaternary Sciences, Geomorphology, Geoarchaeology
  • Nicole Klasen
  • Sven Lukas | glaciers, sedimentology, geomorphology
  • Jan-Hendrik May | Southern Hemisphere paleoclimate, Fluvial Geomorphology, Quaternary Stratigraphy
  • Julia Meister | Geoarchaeology, Human-Environment Interactions, (Pre)historic water management and land use strategies
  • Tony Reimann | Quaternary geochronology, luminescence dating, lowland geomorphology
  • Gilles Rhixon | Fluvial (palaeo-)environments, Geochronology with focus on cosmogenic nuclides, geomorphology
  • Zsófia Ruszkiczay-Rüdiger | Quaternary geochronology, cosmogenic nuclides, fluvial and glacial geomorphology
  • Bernhard Salcher | Glacial and fluvial depositional systems, Glacial and postglacial erosional processes, Glacial geomorphology
  • Tobias Sprafke | soil science, paleo-environments, paleo-climatology
  • Hans von Suchodoletz | geomorphology, sediment archives (especially fluvial and colluvial archives), geoarchaeology
  • Ingmar Unkel | geochemistry, palaeoclimate, Mediterranean
  • Christian Zeeden | loess, orbital climate forcing, (quantitative) integrated stratigraphy
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