Krueger J, Foerster V, Trauth MH, Hofreiter M and Tiedemann R (2021) Exploring the Past Biosphere of Chew Bahir/Southern Ethiopia: Cross-Species Hybridization Capture of Ancient Sedimentary DNA from a Deep Drill Core.
Front. Earth Sci. 9:683010. doi: 10.3389/feart.2021.683010 https://bit.ly/3bmhVMn
Fischer, M.L.; Bachofer, F.; Yost, C.L.; Bludau, I.J.E.; Schepers, C.; Foerster, V.; Lamb, H.; Schäbitz, F.; Asrat, A.; Trauth, M.H.; et al. A Phytolith Supported Biosphere-Hydrosphere Predictive Model for Southern Ethiopia: Insights into Paleoenvironmental Changes and Human Landscape Preferences since the Last Glacial Maximum. Geosciences 2021, 11, 418. https:// doi.org/10.3390/geosciences11100418 https://www.mdpi.com/2076-3263/11/10/418
Congratulations to Matt Grove for his new paper, Climatic change and climatic variability: An objective decomposition, published in Quaternary Science Reviews!
A new short film called Chew Bahir has been produced by Julian Ruddock, the Chew Bahir team artist-in-residence, and his 3D-team in close cooperation with the-CHB/HSPDP Cologne working group and financed by the German CRC806 project. Click on the link below: