Katleen Deckers
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Plant use in three Pre-Pottery Neolithic sites of the northern and eastern Fertile Crescent: a preliminary report
S Riehl, M Benz, NJ Conard, H Darabi, K Deckers, HF Nashli, ...
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 21 (2), 95-106, 2012
Assessing mixed dose distributions in young sediments identified using small aliquots and a simple two-step SAR procedure: the F-statistic as a diagnostic tool
JQ Spencer, DCW Sanderson, K Deckers, AA Sommerville
Radiation Measurements 37 (4-5), 425-431, 2003
Vegetation development in the middle Euphrates and upper Jazirah (Syria/Turkey) during the Bronze Age
K Deckers, H Pessin
Quaternary Research 74 (2), 216-226, 2010
Fluvial environmental contexts for archaeological sites in the Upper Khabur basin (northeastern Syria)
K Deckers, S Riehl
Quaternary Research 67 (3), 337-348, 2007
Vegetation development and human occupation in the Damascus region of southwestern Syria from the Late Pleistocene to Holocene
K Deckers, S Riehl, E Jenkins, A Rosen, A Dodonov, AN Simakova, ...
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 18 (4), 329-340, 2009
Excavations at Tell Fadous-Kfarabida: preliminary report on the 2009 season of excavations
H Genz, R Daniel, A Damick, A Ahrens, S El-Zaatari, F Höflmayer, ...
Bulletin d’archéologie et d’architecture libanaises 13, 71-123, 2009
Anthracological research at the archaeological site of Emar on the Middle Euphrates, Syria
K Deckers
Paléorient, 153-167, 2005
Prelude to village life. Environmental data and building traditions of the Epipalaeolithic settlement at Körtik Tepe, Southeastern Turkey
M Benz, K Deckers, C Rössner, K Pustovoytov, S Riehl, A Alexandrovskiy, ...
Paléorient, 9-30, 2015
Living by the water–Boon and Bane for the People of Körtik Tepe
A Coşkun, M Benz, YS Erdal, MM Koruyucu, K Deckers, S Riehl, A Siebert, ...
Neo-Lithics 2 (10), 60-71, 2010
Plant use and local vegetation patterns during the second half of the Late Pleistocene in southwestern Germany
S Riehl, E Marinova, K Deckers, M Malina, NJ Conard
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 7 (2), 151-167, 2015
Resource exploitation of the Upper Khabur Basin (NE Syria) during the 3rd millennium BC
K Deckers, S Riehl
Paléorient, 173-189, 2008
Post-Roman History of River Systems in Western Cyprus: Causes and Archaeological Implications.
K Deckers
Journal of Mediterranean archaeology 18 (2), 2005
Thermoluminescence screening of non‐diagnostic sherds from stream sediments to obtain a preliminary alluvial chronology: An example from Cyprus
K Deckers, DCW Sanderson, JQ Spencer
Geoarchaeology: An International Journal 20 (1), 67-77, 2005
The development of economy and environment from the Bronze Age to the Early Iron Age in Northern Syria and the Levant. A case-study from the Upper Khabur region
K Deckers, S Riehl
Antiquity 78, 302, 2004
Methodological implications of new radiocarbon dates from the early Holocene site of Körtik Tepe, Southeast Anatolia
M Benz, A Coşkun, I Hajdas, K Deckers, S Riehl, KW Alt, B Weninger, ...
Radiocarbon 54 (3-4), 291-304, 2012
An evaluation of botanical assemblages from the third to second millennium BC in northern Syria
K Deckers, S Riehl
Publications de l'Institut Français d'Études Anatoliennes 19 (1), 481-502, 2007
An Early Bronze Age Site on the Lebanese Coast: Tell Fadous-Kfarabida 2004 and 2005: Final Report
K Badreshany, H Genz, H Sader, P Breuer, C Çakirlar, K Deckers, ...
Bulletin d'archeologie et d'architecture libanaises 9, 5-115, 2005
Oak charcoal from northeastern Syria as proxy for vegetation, land use and climate in the second half of the Holocene
K Deckers
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 230, 22-36, 2016
Natufian lifeways in the Eastern foothills of the Anti-Lebanon Mountains
NJ Conard, K Bretzke, K Deckers, FK Hillgruber, AW Kandel, M Masri, ...
Natufian foragers in the Levant: Terminal Pleistocene social changes in …, 2013
New results on the Younger Dryas occupation at Körtik Tepe
A Coşkun, M Benz, C Rössner, K Deckers, S Riehl, KW Alt, V Özkaya
NEO-LITHICS 1/12, 2012
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