Liv Heinecke
Liv Heinecke
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Late Quaternary vegetation and lake system dynamics in north-eastern Siberia: Implications for seasonal climate variability
BK Biskaborn, DA Subetto, LA Savelieva, PS Vakhrameeva, A Hansche, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 147, 406-421, 2016
Siberian larch forests and the ion content of thaw lakes form a geochemically functional entity
U Herzschuh, LA Pestryakova, LA Savelieva, L Heinecke, T Böhmer, ...
Nature Communications 4 (1), 1-8, 2013
Climatic and limnological changes at Lake Karakul (Tajikistan) during the last~ 29 cal ka
L Heinecke, S Mischke, K Adler, A Barth, BK Biskaborn, B Plessen, I Nitze, ...
Journal of Paleolimnology 58 (3), 317-334, 2017
Radiocarbon and optically stimulated luminescence dating of sediments from Lake Karakul, Tajikistan
S Mischke, Z Lai, B Aichner, L Heinecke, Z Mahmoudov, M Kuessner, ...
Quaternary Geochronology 41, 51-61, 2017
Aquatic macrophyte dynamics in Lake Karakul (Eastern Pamir) over the last 29 cal ka revealed by sedimentary ancient DNA and geochemical analyses of macrofossil remains
L Heinecke, LS Epp, M Reschke, KR Stoof-Leichsenring, S Mischke, ...
Journal of Paleolimnology 58 (3), 403-417, 2017
Late pleistocene to Holocene climate and limnological changes at Lake Karakul (Pamir Mountains, Tajikistan)
L Heinecke, S Mischke, K Adler, A Barth, BK Biskaborn, B Plessen, I Nitze, ...
Clim. Past Discuss, 1-30, 2016
Vegetation change in the eastern Pamir Mountains, Tajikistan, inferred from Lake Karakul pollen spectra of the last 28 kyr
L Heinecke, WJ Fletcher, S Mischke, F Tian, U Herzschuh
Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology 511, 232-242, 2018
Hydroclimate in the Pamirs Was Driven by Changes in Precipitation‐Evaporation Seasonality Since the Last Glacial Period
B Aichner, Z Makhmudov, I Rajabov, Q Zhang, FSR Pausata, M Werner, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 46 (23), 13972-13983, 2019
Geochemical Analyses of Macrophytes (Potamogeton sp.) and ancient DNA from Lake Karakul, Tajikistan
L Heinecke, LS Epp, S Mischke, M Reschke, K Stoof-Leichsenring, ...
EGUGA, EPSC2016-13233, 2016
Reconstruction of vegetation during the last 1100 years in northern Central Siberia (Russia) from pollen and geochemical analyses of lake sediments
L Heinecke
Universität Potsdam, 2011
The need to transform Science Communication from being multi-cultural via cross-cultural to intercultural
S Schneider, L Heinecke
Terrestrial Vegetation Change in the Eastern Pamir Mountains, Tajikistan, Inferred from Lake Karakul Pollen Spectra
L Heinecke, W Fletcher, S Mischke, U Herzschuh
AGUFM 2018, GC43K-1725, 2018
Environmental Change in the Eastern Pamir Mountains During Last 28 Cal Ka BP: A Multi-proxy Study Investigating Sediments from Lake Karakul
L Heinecke
Universität Potsdam, 2018
Environmental change in the Eastern Pamir Mountains during last 28 cal ka BP
L Heinecke
Tracing Siberian treeline history with sedimentary ancient DNA: plant metabarcoding and haplotype analyses of Larix species
LS Epp, H Zimmermann, L Heinecke, S Kruse, N Kath, ...
What Drives Hydrogen Isotopic Variability Recorded by Biomarkers in Sediments of Lake Karakul, Pamir?
B Aichner, S Mischke, FSR Pausata, M Werner, Q Zhang, L Heinecke, ...
AGUFM 2017, B32A-07, 2017
Early-Career Scientists Discuss Paleoscience, Future Challenges; 3rd PAGES Young Scientists Meeting; Morillo de Tou, Spain, 7–9 May 2017
V Carter, L Heinecke, SY Maezumi
Eos 98, 2017
No professorship: There is a normal, non-scary life outside academia
L Heinecke, M Chevalier, K Ashastina, J Picas
Past Global Changes Magazine 25 (2), 103, 2017
Late Pleistocene to Holocene vegetation transition in the Eastern Pamir inferred from palynological data from Lake Karakul, Tajikistan
L Heinecke, W Fletcher, S Mischke, U Herzschuh
EGUGA, 17360, 2017
A 30,000 year climate archive from Lake Karakul, Pamir, Tajikistan
B Aichner, S Mischke, L Heinecke, I Rajabov, S Feakins, M Küssner, ...
EGUGA, 7342, 2015
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