Paläoböden als Klimazeugen — dargestellt an Löß-Boden-Abfolgen des Karpatenbeckens

Arnt Bronger
The major loess sections of the Hungarian and Yugoslavian Danubian lowlands are particularly well suited for establishing a comparative loess pedostratigraphy and, by inference, a record of the pleistocene climatic fluctuations of the southeastern part of Central Europe. As a rule, and contrary to the situation encountered with the soils of the northwestern part of Central Europe in upper pleistocene strata, the upper pleistocene soils of the Carpathian Basin are quite similar to the recent...