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1. Kultivierung der Katastrophe. Untergangsszenarien und Selbstbehauptung in den Literaturen der Schweiz - Utz, Peter

2. Surviving to tell the tale: Josef Haslinger�s Phi Phi Island (2007) - Gerstenberger, Katharina
Literary texts about historical disasters tend to offer moral, political, or scientific interpretations of the occurrence that go well beyond the immediate experience of a catastrophe. They are, almost exclusively, written by people who did not in fact experience the catastrophic event. Survivor accounts, by contrast, typically do not have literary qualities. "Phi Phi Island", the Austrian writer and essayist Josef Haslinger's literary report on how he and his family lived through the tsunami of 2004, is an exception. Point of departure for Haslinger's narrative is his inability to rejoice in the fact that he is alive. Carefully crafted and...

3. Sobre las rocas ígneas de la región de Infiesto (zona oriental de Asturias, Cordillera Cantábrica) - Suárez Méndez, Ofelia; Marcos Vallaure, Alberto

4. Estratigrafía del Cámbrico: del oriente de Asturias y estudio - Zamarreño Herrero, Isabel; Julivert, Manuel

5. Trilobites del Cámbrico Medio de Asturias - Sdzuy, Klaus

6. La ventana del río Monasterio y la terminación meridional del manto del Ponga - Julivert, Manuel

7. Apuntes sobre las floras de la zona Gamonedo-Cabrales, en la parte oriental de Asturias - Wagner, Robert Herman

8. Estudio geológico del reborde NW de los Picos de Europa (Región de Onís-Cabrales, Cordillera Cantábrica) - Marcos Vallaure, Alberto

9. Estudio geológico de la prolongación del borde oriental de la Cuenca Minera Central de Asturias (NW de España) - Pello, J.

10. La ventana tectónica del río Color y la prolongación septentrional del manto del Ponga - Julivert, Manuel

11. Human-Carnivore interaction at the end of the Pleistocene in Southern Patagonia, Chile - Martin, Fabiana M.
Fossil evidence about the interaction between carnivores and the first human colonizers of southern South America is presented. The time overlap of carnivores and humans in this region is discussed using the available Late Pleistocene radiocarbon chronologies. On the other hand, the selection of places to live in the regional space is evaluated. Cases in which both carnivores (Panthera onca mesembrina, Smilodon sp., Arctotherium tarijense) and humans are present in the same sites-deposits are then considered and it appears that their interaction was not important. Evidence for human utilization of sites dominated by carnivores is ephemeral at most, while the...

12. Bears and Hyenas from the Latest Pleistocene of Southern Iberia: Sima de Abraham, Priego de Córdoba, Andalusia
This work describes the fossil accumulations recovered during the excavation of the sinkhole called Sima de Abraham (Sierra Alcaide, Priego de Córdoba, Iberia). This site is characterized by a prominent accumulation of mammalian fossil remains, including carnivores (especially bears, lynx, wildcats and spotted hyenas) and artiodactyls (red deer and ibex) among other species. Human activity does not seem to be the primary agent of accumulation, although a series of cut marks have been found on the articular cavity of the proximal ulna of a large bear, providing interesting insight into the interaction between bears and humans. The age of the...

13. Cave Bear (ursus spelaeus Rosenmüller Heinroth, 1794) and Humans During the Early Upper Pleistocene (Lower and Middle Palaeolithic) in Lezetxiki, Lezetxiki II and Astigarragako Kobea (Basque Country, Spain).: preliminary Approach - Villaluenga Martínez, Aritza; Castaños Ugarte, Pedro María; Arrizabalaga Valbuena, Álvaro; Mujika Alustiza, José Antonio
Cave bear (Ursus spelaeus Rosenmüller-Heinroth, 1794) are the most abundant taxon in the lower levels of many archaeological sites in Cantabrian Area. Through the scientific literature, archaeological levels have been consistently assigned to the different cultural periods, depending on the identified stone tools. In this paper, we would like to contribute to the interpretation of these sequences, through the accurate analysis of their archaeozoological accumulations. By presenting three examples, Lezetxiki, Lezetxiki II and Astigarragako Kobea, we will try to bring new data to this problem. Archaeozoological analysis carried out at these three stratigraphical sequences, have shown the existence of intense...

14. Multidisciplinary Approach to two Chatelperronian series: Lower IX Layer of Labeko Koba and X Level of Ekain (Basque Country, Spain) - Villaluenga Martínez, Aritza; Arrizabalaga Valbuena, Álvaro; Ríos Garaizar, Joseba
Lower IX level from Labeko Koba and X level of Ekain have been considered relevant because their archaeological attribution to the Chatelperronian. Nevertheless the association of these archaeological evidences with complex faunal assemblages, characterized by the high presence of carnivores, requires a detailed archaeozoological analysis in order to understand the real nature of human interaction in the site and thus asses the function of these occupations. The Labeko Koba IX lower layer is an occupation of cave hyenas (Crocuta crocuta spelaea), where we can identify, through a taphonomic analysis that a part of the assemblage had anthropic origin. On the...

15. A Taphonomic study of the Búho and Zarzamora caves.: Hyenas and humans in the Iberian Plateau (Segovia, Spain) during the Late Pleistocene - Sala, M. T. Nohemi; Algaba Suárez, Milagros; Arsuaga, Juan Luis; Pantoja, Ana; Aranburu Artano, Arantza
The Búho and the Zarzamora caves (Segovia, Spain) are two small karstic cavities in the North of the Central System Cretaceous limestones, in the transitional region between the Sierra de Guadarrama Mountains and the Castilian Plateau. The infilling sediment was excavated during two periods, from 1988-1990 and from 2008- actuality, and subsequently has been assigned to the Late Pleistocene. The aim of this study is the taphonomical analysis of the macrofaunal remains from the old and the new excavation campaigns. The taxonomical list includes: Carnivora (Crocuta crocuta, cf. Panthera sp., Lynx sp., Canis lupus, Vulpes vulpes and Meles meles), Perissodactyla...

16. Las series del Paleozoico Inferior y la estructura herciniana del occidente de Asturias (NW de España) - Marcos Vallaure, Alberto

17. La litofacies carbonatadas del Cámbrico de la zona Cantábrica (NW España) y su distribución paleogeográfica - Zamarreño Herrero, Isabel

18. Petrografía, estructura y geoquímica de los diferentes tipos de granitos del NW de Salamanca (Cordillera Herciniana, España) - Martínez Gil, Francisco Javier

19. Estudio del área metamórfica del NW de Salamanca (Cordillera Herciniana, España) - Martínez Gil, Francisco Javier

20. The road section east of Valdeteja with its continuation along the arroyo de Barcaliente (Curueño Valley, León ) (with a ¿Note on l.eonardophyllum leonese sp. nov.¿ by G. E. DE GROOT) - Prins, C. F. Winkler

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