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Klaus Oeggl
Klaus Oeggl
Professor of Palynology and Archaeobotany
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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
742010
The Iceman and his natural environment: palaeobotanical results
S Bortenschlager, K Oeggl
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
732012
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
682000
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
642007
The iceman reconsidered
JH Dickson, K Oeggl, LL Handley
Scientific American 288 (5), 70-79, 2003
642003
The significance of the Tyrolean Iceman for the archaeobotany of Central Europe
K Oeggl
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 18 (1), 1-11, 2009
612009
Der Mann im Eis
F Höpfel, W Platzer, K Spindler, S Bortenschlager, K Oeggl
Springer, 1992
561992
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
502014
The palynological record of human impact on highland zone ecosystems
K Oeggl
Monografie di Natura Bresciana 20, 107-122, 1994
481994
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
462008
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
432007
The diet of the Iceman
K Oeggl
The Iceman and his natural environment, 89-115, 2000
432000
Age of the Mt. Ortles ice cores, the Tyrolean Iceman and glaciation of the highest summit of South Tyrol since the Northern Hemisphere Climatic Optimum
P Gabrielli, C Barbante, G Bertagna, M Bertó, D Binder, A Carton, ...
The Cryosphere 10 (6), 2779-2797, 2016
412016
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
412005
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
402011
The Iceman’s last meal consisted of fat, wild meat, and cereals
F Maixner, D Turaev, A Cazenave-Gassiot, M Janko, B Krause-Kyora, ...
Current Biology 28 (14), 2348-2355. e9, 2018
382018
Miners and mining in the Late Bronze Age: a multidisciplinary study from Austria
J Schibler, E Breitenlechner, S Deschler-Erb, G Goldenberg, K Hanke, ...
Antiquity 85 (330), 1259-1278, 2011
362011
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
352005
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
332005
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
311996
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