Frank Lehmkuhl
Frank Lehmkuhl
Professor für Physische Geographie, RWTH Aachen University
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Mass balance and equilibrium-line altitudes of glaciers in high-mountain environments
DI Benn, F Lehmkuhl
Quaternary International 65, 15-29, 2000
4122000
Quaternary paleoenvironmental change on the Tibetan Plateau and adjacent areas (Western China and Western Mongolia)
F Lehmkuhl, F Haselein
Quaternary International 65, 121-145, 2000
2192000
Paleoclimatic evolution of the Uvs Nuur basin and adjacent areas (Western Mongolia)
J Grunert, F Lehmkuhl, M Walther
Quaternary International 65, 171-192, 2000
1862000
Late Quaternary glaciation of Tibet and the bordering mountains: a review
F Lehmkuhl, LA Owen
Boreas 34 (2), 87-100, 2005
1512005
The evolution of dry lands in northern China and in the Republic of Mongolia since the Last Glacial Maximum
X Yang, KT Rost, F Lehmkuhl, Z Zhenda, J Dodson
Quaternary international 118, 69-85, 2004
1512004
An end-member algorithm for deciphering modern detrital processes from lake sediments of Lake Donggi Cona, NE Tibetan Plateau, China
E Dietze, K Hartmann, B Diekmann, J IJmker, F Lehmkuhl, S Opitz, ...
Sedimentary Geology 243, 169-180, 2012
1392012
Danube loess stratigraphy—Towards a pan-European loess stratigraphic model
SB Marković, T Stevens, GJ Kukla, U Hambach, KE Fitzsimmons, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 148, 228-258, 2015
1212015
Holocene climatic change and the nomadic Anthropocene in Eastern Tibet: palynological and geomorphological results from the Nianbaoyeze Mountains
F Schlütz, F Lehmkuhl
Quaternary Science Reviews 28 (15-16), 1449-1471, 2009
1162009
Environmental change modelling for Central and High Asia: Pleistocene, present and future scenarios
J Böhner, F Lehmkuhl
Boreas 34 (2), 220-231, 2005
852005
Extent and spatial distribution of Pleistocene glaciations in eastern Tibet
F Lehmkuhl
Quaternary International 45, 123-134, 1998
851998
Climatic change in the Russian Altai, southern Siberia, based on palynological and geomorphological results, with implications for climatic teleconnections and human history …
F Schlütz, F Lehmkuhl
Vegetation history and Archaeobotany 16 (2-3), 101-118, 2007
792007
Geomorphological investigations and luminescence dating in the southern part of the Khangay and the Valley of the Gobi Lakes (Central Mongolia)
F Lehmkuhl, A Lang
Journal of Quaternary Science: Published for the Quaternary Research …, 2001
792001
Early to mid-Holocene lake high-stand sediments at Lake Donggi Cona, northeastern Tibetan Plateau, China
E Dietze, B Wünnemann, K Hartmann, B Diekmann, H Jin, G Stauch, ...
Quaternary Research 79 (3), 325-336, 2013
752013
Late Quaternary aeolian sedimentation in central and south-eastern Tibet
F Lehmkuhl, M Klinge, J Rees-Jones, EJ Rhodes
Quaternary International 68, 117-132, 2000
752000
Quaternary glaciations in central and western Mongolia
F Lehmkuhl
Mountain Glaciation, 153-167, 1998
701998
Late Pleistocene, late-glacial and Holocene glacier advances on the Tibetan Plateau
F Lehmkuhl
Quaternary International 38, 77-83, 1997
701997
Holocene landscape response to seasonality of storms in the Mojave Desert
DM Miller, KM Schmidt, SA Mahan, JP McGeehin, LA Owen, JA Barron, ...
Quaternary International 215 (1-2), 45-61, 2010
672010
Aeolian sediments on the north-eastern Tibetan Plateau
G Stauch, J IJmker, S Pötsch, H Zhao, A Hilgers, B Diekmann, E Dietze, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 57, 71-84, 2012
642012
Late Glacial and Holocene development of Lake Donggi Cona, north-eastern Tibetan Plateau, inferred from sedimentological analysis
S Opitz, B Wünnemann, B Aichner, E Dietze, K Hartmann, U Herzschuh, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 337, 159-176, 2012
612012
Quantitative reconstruction of precipitation changes on the NE Tibetan Plateau since the Last Glacial Maximum-extending the concept of pollen source area to pollen-based …
Y Wang, U Herzschuh, LS Shumilovskikh, S Mischke, HJB Birks, ...
Copernicus Publications, 2014
592014
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