9 Works

Zur sächsischen Provenienz einer ungefassten Amethyst­schale aus der Wiener Kunstkammer (Inventarnummer KK 1697)

Ulf Kempe, Klaus Thalheim & Michael Wagner
In der Kunstkammer des Kunsthistorischen Museums in Wien wird unter der Inventarnummer KK 1697 eine ungefasste Amethystschale aufbewahrt, die bisher unter Nutzung stilistischer Kriterien in das 17. Jahrhundert datiert wurde und heute auf einem im 19. Jahrhundert gefertigten, gedrechselten hölzernem Fuß präsentiert wird. Eine nähere Begutachtung des Amethystes der Schale zeigt, dass es sich hierbei um das größte bisher bekannte geschnittene Objekt aus sogenanntem „Purschensteiner Amethyst“, einem historischen sächsischen Schmuckstein, handelt. Ein Vergleich der Inventare...

Einstellung der gedruckten Version geowissenschaftliche Mitteilungen aus den Senckenberg Naturhistorischen Sammlungen Dresden zum 31.12.2020

Jan-Michael Lange

Current use of geological resources under the view of sustainability - examples from the UNESCO Global Geopark Harz . Braunschweiger Land . Ostfalen

Henning Zellmer & Volker Wilde
When it comes to the mining and use of local geological raw materials, a reflexive, sometimes undifferentiated social rejection arises. The ore, hydrocarbon and coal consumption have now been reduced through recycling and the use of alternative energies or have been replaced by imported products. The last open-cast lignite mine in Schöningen was closed in 2016, the last Harz ore mine in Bad Grund in 1992 and the last iron ore mining in the Salzgitter...

D1.1 Report on life sciences use cases and user stories

Heli Fitzgerald, Aino Juslén, Sabine von Mering, Mareike Petersen, Niels Raes, Sharif Islam, Frederik Berger, Tea Katharina von Bonsdorff-Salminen, Rui Figueira, Elspeth Haston, Eva Häffner, Laurence Livermore, Veljo Runnel, Sofie De Smedt, Sarah Vincent & Claus Weiland

D1.2 Report on Earth sciences use cases and user stories

Sabine von Mering, Mareike Petersen, Heli Fitzgerald, Aino Juslén, Niels Raes, Sharif Islam, Frederik Berger, Tea Katharina von Bonsdorff-Salminen, Rui Figueira, Elspeth Haston, Eva Häffner, Laurence Livermore, Veljo Runnel, Sofie De Smedt, Sarah Vincent & Claus Weiland

Digging into Eocene hothouse climate variability: Linking X-ray fluorescence (XRF) scanning and palynology of Messel sediment cores

Stefanie Kaboth-Bahr , André Bahr , Olaf Lenz , Volker Wilde , Sonja Wedmann & Jörg Pross
The late early to early middle Eocene (~48 Ma) maar lake sediments of the famous Messel fossil-pit, located near Darmstadt, SW Germany, represent a prime archive for climate dynamics operating during the geologically most recent greenhouse period of the Earth. In this study, we investigate the potential of geochemical data obtained via high-resolution XRF core scanning to decipher hydrologic variability from the Messel sediments. Such data have the potential to yield insight into the paleoenvironmental...

DiSSCo Prepare Milestone report MS5.3 \"Documentation of PIDs relevant for DiSSCo technical infrastructure\"

Sabine von Mering, Julia Reis, Falko Glöckler, Wouter Addink, Robert Cubey, Mathias Dillen, Anton Güntsch, Elspeth Haston, Sharif Islam & Mareike Petersen

Edaphobase Data Policy

David John Russell

The influence of sea-level changes on Eocene coastal wetlands during greenhouse conditions at the southern edge of the proto-North Sea in Northern Germany

Olaf Klaus Lenz , Volker Wilde & Walter Riegel
The sedimentary succession of the Helmstedt Lignite Mining District at Schöningen in northern Germany includes the upper Paleocene to lower Eocene Schöningen Formation and the middle Eocene Helmstedt Formation. It covers the entire Paleogene greenhouse phase including the long-term Early Eocene Climatic Optimum (EECO) and short-term events such as the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM/ETM1) and its gentle demise almost continuously in an estuarine situation at the southern edge of the proto-North Sea. Due to the...

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