Klaus Oeggl
Klaus Oeggl
Professor of Palynology and Archaeobotany
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Zitiert von
Zitiert von
The Iceman and his natural environment: palaeobotanical results
S Bortenschlager, K Oeggl
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
The impact of mining activities on the environment reflected by pollen, charcoal and geochemical analyses
E Breitenlechner, M Hilber, J Lutz, Y Kathrein, A Unterkircher, K Oeggl
Journal of Archaeological Science 37 (7), 1458-1467, 2010
The omnivorous Tyrolean Iceman: colon contents (meat, cereals, pollen, moss and whipworm) and stable isotope analyses
JH Dickson, K Oeggl, TG Holden, LL Handley, TC O'Connell, T Preston
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 2000
The reconstruction of the last itinerary of “Ötzi”, the Neolithic Iceman, by pollen analyses from sequentially sampled gut extracts
K Oeggl, W Kofler, A Schmidl, JH Dickson, E Egarter-Vigl, O Gaber
Quaternary Science Reviews 26 (7-8), 853-861, 2007
The iceman reconsidered
JH Dickson, K Oeggl, LL Handley
Scientific American 288 (5), 70-79, 2003
The significance of the Tyrolean Iceman for the archaeobotany of Central Europe
K Oeggl
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 18 (1), 1-11, 2009
The palynological record of human impact on highland zone ecosystems
K Oeggl
Monografie di Natura Bresciana 20, 107-122, 1994
The diet of the Iceman
K Oeggl
The Iceman and his natural environment, 89-115, 2000
Distribution patterns of cultivated plants in the Eastern Alps (Central Europe) during Iron Age
A Schmidl, S Jacomet, K Oeggl
Journal of Archaeological Science 34 (2), 243-254, 2007
Late-Holocene land-use history and environmental changes at the high altitudes of St Antönien (Switzerland, Northern Alps): Combined evidence from pollen, soil and tree-ring …
A Röpke, A Stobbe, K Oeggl, AJ Kalis, W Tinner
The Holocene 21 (3), 485-498, 2011
Analysis of the fuel wood used in Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age copper mining sites of the Schwaz and Brixlegg area (Tyrol, Austria)
AG Heiss, K Oeggl
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 17 (2), 211-221, 2008
The oldest evidence of Nigella damascena L.(Ranunculaceae) and its possible introduction to central Europe
AG Heiss, K Oeggl
Vegetation history and archaeobotany 14 (4), 562-570, 2005
Mid and late Holocene land-use changes in the Ötztal Alps, territory of the Neolithic Iceman “Ötzi”
D Festi, A Putzer, K Oeggl
Quaternary International 353, 17-33, 2014
Mosses and the Tyrolean Iceman’s southern provenance
JH Dickson, S Bortenschlager, K Oeggl, R Porley, A Mcmullen
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1996
Vegetation and climate history of a high alpine mesolithic camp site in the Eastern Alps
K Oeggl, N Wahlmüller
Museo Tridentino di Scienze Naturali, 1994
The Ulten Valley in South Tyrol, Italy: Vegetation and settlement history of the area, and macrofossil record from the Iron Age Cult Site of St. Walburg
AG Heiss, W Kofler, K Oeggl
Palyno-bulletin of the Institute of Botany, University of Innsbruck 1, 63-73, 2005
Origin and seasonality of subfossil caprine dung from the discovery site of the Iceman (Eastern Alps)
K Oeggl, A Schmidl, W Kofler
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 18 (1), 37, 2009
Six mosses from the Tyrolean Iceman’s alimentary tract and their significance for his ethnobotany and the events of his last days
JH Dickson, W Hofbauer, R Porley, A Schmidl, W Kofler, K Oeggl
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 18 (1), 13-22, 2009
Subsistence strategies of two Bronze Age hill-top settlements in the eastern Alps—Friaga/Bartholomäberg (Vorarlberg, Austria) and Ganglegg/Schluderns (South Tyrol, Italy)
A Schmidl, K Oeggl
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 14 (4), 303-312, 2005
Land use in the eastern Alps during the Bronze Age—An archaeobotanical case study of a hilltop settlement in the Montafon (Western Austria)
A Schmidl, W Kofler, N OEGGL‐WAHLMÜLLER, K Oeggl
Archaeometry 47 (2), 455-470, 2005
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