research data . Dataset . 2021

Direct Push Electrical Conductivity Sensing in the Loosbach valley at Pestenacker, a Late Neolithic wetand site, northern Alpine forelands, Germany

Köhler, Anne; Rabiger-Völlmer, Johannes; Kreck, Manuel; Werban, Ulrike; Dietrich, Peter; Zielhofer, Christoph;
English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2021
  • Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science
Abstract
For the reconstruction of the Holocene deposition history of the Loosbach valley at Pestenacker, an UNESCO world heritage site of Late Neolithic wetland occupation, 116 direct push electric conductivity logs were conducted. In summers 2018 and 2019, direct push sensing of depth-accurate electrical conductivity was performed by self-propelled carrier vehicle (Geoprobe) with attached Geoprobe SC 500 probe using a four point Wenner configuration. All of the 116 soundings were levelled by a Topcon HiPer II DGPS system in cm-resolution. The data are constantly logged while pushing the probe downwards.
Subjects
free text keywords: Direct push electric conductivity sensing floodplain Holocene Late Neolithic wetland site Pestenacker UNESCO World Heritage Bavaria South Germany, Event label, Sample code/label, LATITUDE, LONGITUDE, ALTITUDE, DEPTH, sediment/rock, Conductivity, electrical, Multiple investigations, Electrical conductivity (Wenner array), PA_UL_GEO, Direct push applications in wetland (geo)archaeology (311016224), Conductivity, DEPTH, Direct push applications in wetland geo archaeology 311016224, Direct push electric conductivity sensing floodplain Holocene Late Neolithic wetland site Pestenacke, Electrical conductivity Wenner array, Sample code label, electrical, sediment rock, Archaeology
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