18th International Senckenberg Conference VI international Palaeontological Colloquium in Weimar




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18th International Senckenberg Conference

VI International Palaeontological Colloquium in Weimar
Late Neogene and Quaternary biodiversity and evolution:

Regional developments and interregional correlations


A conference in honour of the 80th birthday of Professor Hans-Dietrich Kahlke
Weimar (Germany), 25th – 30th April, 2004
3rd Circular


Introduction

Since the 2nd Circular was sent out, we have received a lot of interest in the above conference. So far we have over 135 participants, representing 25 countries from Europe, Asia and the Americas.

This circular provides information on the following points:


  • Current list of participants

  • Current list of contributions

  • Guidelines for the presentations (poster, talks)

  • Conference venue

  • Accommodation

  • Weather in Weimar

Further information is available at http://senckenberg.de/fis/sngconf18.htm, or you can contact the organisers directly.


Current list of participants

Aguirre

Emiliano

Madrid

Agusti

Jordi

Sabadell

Alberdi

Maria Teresa

Madrid

Alexeeva

Nadya

Ulan-Ude

Angermann

Renate

Dresden

Argant

Alain

Grenoble

Argant

Jaqueline

Grenoble

Argenti

Patrizia

Perugia

Arroyo Cabrales

Joaquin

Mexico, D.F.

Aziz

Fachroel

Bandung

Bajgusheva

Vera

Asov

Barisone

Giancarlo

Roma

Bishop

Laura

Liverpool

Bogicevic

Katarina

Beograd

Braniek

Gunter

Weimar

Breda

Marzia

Padua

Brink

James

Bloemfontain

Brugal

Jean-Philip

Aix-en-Provence

Condemi

Silvana

Jerusalem

Cregut

Evelyne

Avignon

Croitor

Roman

Kishinau

Cuenca Bescos

Gloria

Zaragoza

Davis

Simon

Lisboa

Daxner-Höck

Gudrun

Wien

Fortelius

Mikael

Helsinki

Gál

Erika

Budapest

Heinrich

Wolf-Dieter

Berlin

Heintz

Emile

Paris

Kotlia

Bahadur

Nainital

Martens

Thomas

Gotha

Mead

Jim

Flagstaff, AZ

Moullé




Menton

Sevilla

Paloma

Madrid

Deng

Tao

Beijing

Dimitrijevic

Vesna

Beograd

Dubrovo

Irina

Moskau

Eisenmann

Véra

Paris

Eissmann

Lothar

Leipzig

Elton

Sarah

Hull

Erbajeva

Margarita

Ulan-Ude

Erfurt

Jörg

Halle

Fejfar

Oldrich

Prag

Foronova

Irina

Novosibirsk

Fostowicz-Frelik

Łucja

Warschau

Franzen

Jens Lorenz

Frankfurt/Basel

Garcia-Garcia

Nuria

Madrid

Grasselt

Thomas

Weimar

Groiss

Joseph Th.

Erlangen

Hemmer

Helmut

Mainz

Hertler

Christine

Frankfurt/Main

Horacek

Ivan

Prag

Hou

Yamei

Beijing

Houben

Carmen

Bonn

Howell

Clark

Berkeley, CA

Indriati

Etty

Yogyakarta

Jäger

Klaus Dieter

Halle

Kahlke

Hans-Dietrich

Weimar

Kahlke

Ralf-Dietrich

Weimar

Kaiser

Thomas

Greifswald

Kalthoff

Daniela

Bonn

Karl

Silke

Frankfurt/Main

Keller

Thomas

Wiesbaden

Kersting

Roland

Bonn

Koenigswald

Wighart von

Bonn

Kostopoulos

Dimitris

Thessaloniki

Kotsakis

Tassos

Roma

Kretzoi

Miklos

Budapest

Kroukover

Anatoli

Nürnberg

Kullmer

Ottmar

Frankfurt/Main

Lacombat

Frederic

Nizza

Lamb

Angela

Liverpool

Lister

Adrian

London

Logvynenko

Vitali

Kiev

Lordkipanidze

David

Tbilisi

Marcolini

Federica

Pisa

Markova

Anastassia

Moskau

Martin

Robert

Murray

Masini

Federico

Palermo

Matyas

Vremir

Cluj

Mauch Lenardic

Jadranka

Zagreb

Maul

Lutz Christian

Weimar

Mazza

Paul

Firenze

Meng

Stefan

Halle

Meyrick

Rich

Weimar

Moigne

Ann Marie

Tautavel

Mol

Dick

Hoofddorp

Monguillon

Angelique

Villeurbanne

Montuire

Sophie

Dijon

Mörs

Thomas

Stockholm

Müller-Beck

Hansjürgen

Tübingen

Nadachowski

Adam

Kraków

Nagel

Doris

Wien

Navarro

Nicolas

Dijon

O'Regan

Hannah

Liverpool

Ostritz

Sven

Weimar

Palombo

Maria Rita

Rom

Paunescu

Alexandra Cristina

Bukarest

Petruso

Daria

Palermo

Pfeiffer

Thekla

Cremlingen

Pini

Roberta

Mailand

Polly

David

London

Popov

Vasil V.

Sofia

Rabeder

Gernot

Wien

Raufuss

Ingo

Weimar

Ravazzi

Cesare

Bergamo

Rekovets

Leonid

Kiev

Reumer

Jelle

Rotterdam

Rizal

Yan

Bandung

Robert

Isabelle

Paris

Sabol

Martin

Bratislava

Sala

Benedetto

Ferrara

Sardella

Raffaele

Rom

Schäfer

Dieter

Innsbruck

Schoneveld

Andries

Spijkenisse

Schrenk

Freidemann

Frankfurt/Main

Schüler

Tim

Weimar

Selkova

Yulia

Moskau

Sher

Andrej

Moskau

Sotnikova

Marina

Moskau

Spassov

Nikolai

Sofia

Stebich

Martina

Weimar

Steiner

Walther

Weimar

Steininger

Fritz F.

Frankfurt/Main

Storch

Gerhard

Frankfurt/Main

Stuart

Antony S.

Hanworth

Szuma

Elwira

Bialowieza

Takken

Liselotte

Leiden

Takken-Sahli

Chris

Fröschbach

Takken-Sahli

Käthi

Fröschbach

Tesakov

Alexej

Moskau

Titov

Vadim

Taganrog

Turner

Alan

Liverpool

Valli

Andrea

Moulins

van den Bergh

Gert D.

Leiden

Fiedler

Bärbel

Weimar

Keiler

John Albrecht

Weimar

Langner

Regina

Weimar

Rößler

Dennis

Weimar

Stache

Michael

Weimar

Strutz

Wolfgang

Frankfurt

Utschig

Gerald

Weimar

van den Hoek Ostende

Lars

Leiden

van der Made

Jan

Madrid

van Essen

Hans

Dieren

van Kolfschoten

Thijs

Leiden

van Logchem

Willrie

Culemborg

Vangengejm

Eleonora

Moskau

Vislobokova

Inessa

Moskau

Walther

Diethard

Weimar

Wolsan

Mieczylaw

Warschau

Zaim

Yahdi

Bandung

Zazhigin

Vladimir

Moskau



Current list of contributions

The presentations (both talks and posters) will be divided into three main groups:



  • General and regional evolution of particular fossil groups during the Neogene and Quaternary.

  • Regional developments and interregional correlations (Eurasia, North and Central America, Africa).

  • Innovative methods in palaeobiology, palaeoecology and taphonomy.

Time constraints mean that not all those participants who expressed an interest in giving an oral presentation will be able to. We apologise that it will unfortunately be necessary to ask some participants to present their work as a poster instead. We will contact those persons concerned individually.





Aguirre, E.

The Atapuerca (Spain) fossil sites: potential, progress and questions

Agustí, J.

Early human occupation during the Lower Pleistocene in the Guadix-Baza Basin (southern Spain)

Alexeeva, N., Karasev, V. & Erbajeva, M.

The Pleistocene stratigraphy of the Transbaikal region

Argant, A. & Argant, J.

The big cats of Château Breccia (Burgundy, France)

Arroyo-Cabrales, J., Polaco, O.J.& Johnson, E.

Quaternary mammals from Mexico

Aziz, F., van den Bergh, G.D., Setiyabudi, E.& Patriani, E.Y.

A new discovery of vertebrate fossils from Sumberdadi (Mojokerto, East Jawa, Indonesia)

Bajgusheva, V.S., Titov V.V.

The results of the Khapry Faunal Unit (Upper Pliocene) revision

Barisone, G.

The fossil record of the genus Castor (Castoridae, Rodentia) in the Neogene and Quaternary of Central and Western Europe and Italy

Belmaker, M.

New investigations of the large mammalian community of Ubeidiya (Jordan Valley, Israel) with biogeographical and palaeoecological considerations

Bogićević, K.

An Upper Pleistocene arvicolid fauna from the Baranica Cave near Knjaževac (south-east Serbia)

Breda, M.

Early Pleistocene mammalian faunas from the Leffe succession (Pre-Alps, northern Italy)

Brink, J.S.

The evolution of the black wildebeest (Connochaetes gnou) as an indication of the appearance and spread of open grasslands in southern Africa

Brugal, J.-P.

The first Middle Pleistocene faunas with primates (Homo, Macaca) from Estremadura (Portugal)

Brugal, J.-P.& Croitor, R.

New insights concerning Lower Pleistocene cervids and bovids in Europe: dispersal and correlation

Condemi, S.

Was the history of Middle Pleistocene peopling the same in Western and in Central Europe?

Cregut, E.

European Caprinae (Ovibovini, Caprini) from the Plio-Pleistocene: new interpretations

Croitor, R.

Systematics and phylogeny of large deer of the genus Praemegaceros Portis (Cervidae, Mammalia)

Cuenca-Bescós & Garcia-Garcia, N.

Mammalian distributions in the Trinchera Dolina sequence (Lower to Middle Pleistocene; Atapuerca, Spain)

Cuenca-Bescós, G., Rofes-Chávez, J. & García-Pimienta, J.C.

Insectivores (Mammalia), palaeoclimate and palaeoenvironment from the lower levels of Trinchera Elefante (Lower Pleistocene; Atapuerca, Spain)

Davis, S.M.J. & Robert, I.

Animal remains from Caldeirão Cave (Portugal): carnivores or people as bone accumulators?

Delson, E., Faure, M., Guérin, C. & Monguillon, A.

Franco-American research at the Villafranchian locality of Senèze (Haute-Loire, France): why are new enquiries needed?

Deng, T.

The sequence of Cenozoic rhinocerotid fossils from the Linxia Basin (Gansu, China)

Dimitrijevic, V.

Cave hyaena's prey selection in the Upper Pleistocene fauna from the Baranica Cave near Knjaževac (south-east Serbia)

Foronova, I.V.

Quaternary large mammal faunas from southern Siberia: evolution and inter-regional correlations

Fostowicz-Frelik, L. & Wolsan, M.

Trogontherium cuvieri (Castoridae, Rodentia) from the Middle Pleistocene of Poland

Franzen, J. L.

Late Neogene and Early Pleistocene mammal localities from the Mainz Basin (Germany) and their significance for reconstructing the development of the Rhine River System

Gál, E.

Early Pleistocene bird faunas from Betfia (western Romania): palaeoecological, taxonomic and taphonomic implications

Garcia, N.

New Results on the remains of Ursidae from Untermassfeld: comparations with Ursus dolinensis from Atapuerca and other Early and Middle Pleistocene sites

Hemmer, H.

About scimitar cats and cave lions – rise and fall of Pleistocene life-communities over the continents

Hemmer, H.

Deer, Pleistocene interregional faunal correlations, banded pottery and East-West mediation - the 80th Birthday of Hans-Dietrich Kahlke

Hertler, C.

Habitat theory and Pleistocene fossil sites in West Jawa

Horáček, I. , Ložek, V. & Fejfar, O.

The Middle Pleistocene Revolution and the Central European vertebrate and mollusc fossil record

Hou,Y.

Two cases of early man in China: a small tool industry from Donggutuo (northern Nihewan Basin) and a large tool industry from Longgupo (southern Yangtze River)

Indriati, E., Antón, S.C. & Jacob, T.

Taphonomy of Indonesian Homo erectus specimen Sangiran 27

Kahlke, R.-D.

Bibliography (1951 - 2004) of Hans-Dietrich Kahlke

Kaiser, T.M. & Schulz, E.

The dietary behaviour of ungulates as an environmental proxy in the Quaternary – with special reference to Late Pleistocene-Holocene bovids from southern Scandinavia

Kalthoff, D.C.

Tooth microstructures in Pleistocene mega-mammals (Xenarthra) from South America

Keller, T.

Sedimentology and taphonomy of the Middle Pleistocene Mosbach Sands (Germany)

Kersting, R. & Mörs. T.

Water moles (Desmaninae, Lipotyphla) from the Pliocene Reuver Clay of north-west Germany

Kotlia, B.

Recent advances in the knowledge of the evolution of Muridae (Rodentia, Mammalia) and Soricidae (Insectivora, Mammalia during the Plio-Pleistocene and Holocene on the Indian Subcontinent

Kotsakis, T

The Plio-Pleistocene rodents of Mediterranean islands: origin and evolution

Krukover, A.

Quaternary arvicolid faunas from the southern part of the West-Siberian Plain

Lacombat, F.

New data on the Villafranchian faunas of the Massif Central (France) with particular focus on rhinoceros

Lee, A., Semah, F., Semah, A.-M., Hervé & Moigne, A.-M.

Palaeoenvironmental evolution over the last one million years in South-east Asia

Lister, A.

The earliest Mammoths in Europe

Logvynenko, V.

The development of the Late Pliocene and Early Pleistocene large mammal fauna of Ukraine

Marcolini, F., Martin R.A., Najdek C.& Siefker A.

Morphometric variability in the linea sinuosa of the first lower molars of some Pliocene North American arvicolids (Rodentia, Mammalia)

Markova, A.

Evolutional changes in the Prolagurus - Lagurus steppe lemming (Rodentia, Mammalia) lineage and their significance for Pleistocene stratigraphy

Markova, A. & Victor Udartsev

Rybnaya Sloboda (Russia): the easternmost Likhvin small mammal fauna and its position in the Middle Pleistocene sequence

Martin, R.A.

The Meade Basin (Kansas/Oklahoma, USA) Rodent Project: preliminary results and future directions

Masini, F. & Abbazzi, L.

A preliminary quantitative taxonomic evaluation of the Pliocene and Pleistocene small mammal record in the Italian Peninsula

Mauch Lenardic, J.

Morphometric analyses of arvicolids from some Croatian localities

Mazza, P.P.A.

Response of Italian Late Neogene and Quaternary mammals to climatic and vegetational changes

Moigne, A.-M., Heriech-Briki, D., Quiles, J., Lacombat, F., Rivals, F. & Testu, A.,

The biochronological framework of the Mediterranean Middle Pleistocene, as reflected at Caune de l’Arago (Tautavel, southern France)

Moigne, A.-M., Sémah, F., Bouteau, A.& Sémah, A.-M.

The biostratigraphical framework of the mammalian fossils of Sangiran Dome (Central Java, Indonesia)

Monguillon, A. & Costeur, L.

Ecomorphology of Acinonyx pardinensis (Felidae, Mammalia)

Monguillon, A. & Spassov, N.

Pliocene Nyctereutes spp. from Eurasia

Montuire, S., Legendre, S., Navarro, N. & Héran, M.-A.

Species richness and climate: the case of murid rodents

Müller-Beck, H

From the signs of Bilzingsleben to the figurines of the Geissenklösterle Cave (Germany): early humans in Central Europe

Nadachowski, A., Mirosław-Grabowska, J., David, A., Garapich, A., Pascaru, V., Tomek, T. & Obadă, T.

The faunal assemblages and biostratigraphy of some Pliocene sites from Moldova

Nadachowski, A., Motuzko, A.N. & Ivanov, D.L.

Middle and Late Pleistocene small mammal assemblages from the central part of the Russian Plain: faunal succession and biostratigraphy

Nagel, D., Rohland, N. & Hofreiter, M.

Phylogeography of the cave hyaena (Crocuta crocuta spelaea) – morphology versus genetics

Navarro, N. & Montuire, S.

Morphological responses of Microtus (Arvicolinae, Rodentia) to climatic changes throughout the Gigny Pleistocene sequence (Jura, France)

Navarro, N., Lécuyer, C. & Montuire, S., Cyril Langloisb & François Martineau

Tracking Quaternary climatic changes using oxygen isotope compositions of phosphate from arvicoline teeth

O'Regan, H., Bishop, L., Elton, S., Lamb, A. & Turner, A.

Afro-Eurasian mammalian dispersions of the Late Pliocene and Early Pleistocene.

Palombo, M. R. & Ferretti, M.

Italian steppe mammoth occurrences

Palombo, M.R.

The evolution of herbivore and carnivore guilds in Italy from the Late Neogene to the Late Pleistocene

Palombo, M.R. & Giovinazzo, C.

What do cenograms tell us about mammalian palaeoecology? An example using Italian Plio-Pleistocene faunas

Palombo, M.-R., Valli, A., Kostopoulos, D. S., Spassov, N. Alberdi, M:T. & Vislobokova, I.

Biochronological similarities between Western Mediterranean and Eastern European large mammal faunas of Earliest Pliocene to Middle Pleistocene age

Petruso, D.

New data on Pleistocene endemic Sicilian - Maltese dormice (Gliridae, Mammalia)

Pfeiffer, T.

From the Miocene to the Pleistocene – new insights into cervid phylogeny

Pini, R. & Ravazzi, C.

Vegetational history and cyclic events in the complete pollen diagram from the Early Pleistocene site of Leffe (Pre-Alps, northern Italy)

Polly, P.D., Le Comber, S.C.& Burland, T.M.

The analysis of intraspecific relationships among fossil taxa using quantitative data

Popov, V.V.

An almost one million year long (Biharian to Toringian) small mammal succession from the archaeological layers of the Kozarnika Cave (northern Bulgaria)

Povodyrenko, V., Rekovets, L.& Chepalyga, A.

New data concerning the stratification and mammalian fauna of Medzhybozh fossil site (western Ukraine)

Ravazzi, C., Breda, M., Muttoni, G., Pini, R.

The Pliocene – Early Pleistocene stratigraphy and chronology of the Leffe Basin (Pre-Alps, northern Italy)

Rekovets, L. & Dema, L.

Taxonomy and transitional forms within various lineages of the genera Villanyia and Pliomys (Arvicolidae, Rodentia)

Reumer, J.W.F.

Habitat fragmentation and the extinction of the mammoth

Rizal, Y.

Pleistocene terraces in the Majalengka District (West Jawa, Indonesia)

Sabol, M., Elečko, M., Holec, P. Hudáčková, N.,Konečný, V., Slamková, M. & Vass, D.

New data from the early Villanyian site of Hajnáčka I (southern Slovakia)

Sala, B. & Marchetti, M.

The Po Valley floodplain (northern Italy): a transitional area between two bioprovinces during the Late Neogene and Quaternary

Sandrock, O., Kullmer, O., Schrenk, F., Bromage, T.G. & Juwayeyi, Y.M.

Effects on our understanding of African hominid diversity: biases of taphonomy and palaeoecology and the dispersal of large mammal faunas – a case study

Sardella, R.

Late Villafranchian and Galerian carnivores (Mammalia) from the Tyrrhenian coastal area of central Italy

Schäfer, D., Heinrich, W.-D., Böhme, G. & Steiner, W.

Comments on the geology, palaeontology, and archaeology of the travertine site of Weimar-Ehringsdorf (Thuringia, Germany)

Ellen Schulz, E. & Kaiser, T.M.

Dietary segregation and flexibility of Late Pleistocene - Holocene Urus (Bos primigenius) and Neolithic cattle (Bos taurus) from Denmark (Southern Scandinavia)

Selkova, Yu. E.

Analysis of the incisor dentin morphology of hibernating rodents: a new approach to palaeoclimatic reconstructions

Sher, A.

Where East met West: the history of the Weimar Palaeontological Colloquia

Sotnikova, M. V. & Noskova, N. G.

The history of Machairodus in Eurasia

Storch, G.

The fossil history of the subgenus Murinae (Rodentia, Mammalia), particularly Apodemus

Stuart, A.S.

Megafaunal extinctions in Europe and North Asia: new radiocarbon evidence

Szuma, E.

Dental polymorphism of the red fox (Vulpes vulpes) in the Holarctic region

Takken, L.

The Pleistocene history of the genus Lemmus in North-west Europe

Tesakov A.S., Vangengeim E.A. & †Pevzner M.A.

Zonal subdivision of Middle to Late Pliocene continental deposits from Eastern Europe based on small mammal assemblages

Tesakov, A.S.

Early Pliocene arvicolid faunas from Eastern Europe

van den Bergh, G.D.& van den Hoek Ostende, L.W.

A Late Pleistocene mammal sequence from Liang Bua Cave on the island of Flores (Indonesia)

van den Hoek Ostende, L.W.

A century of research on the classical site of Tegelen

van der Made, J.

Evolutionary lineages of large mammals and the stratigraphy of the West European Pleistocene

van Essen, H.

A supernumerary tooth and an odontoma attributable to Mammuthus primigenius (Blumenbach, 1799) (Proboscidea, Mammalia), and various related finds, from The Netherlands

van Kolfschoten, T.

Stratigraphic subdivision of the European Middle Pleistocene mammalian record

Vislobokova, I.

Main renewals of Pliocene and Early Pleistocene artiodactyl assemblages in Russia and adjacent countries

Zaim, Y.

A new discovery of a dwarf Stegodon in Early Pleistocene sediments from the Sumedang region (West Jawa, Indonesia)


Guidelines for the presentations

Oral presentations
Talks will be strictly limited to 20 minutes (including discussion).
Slide, overhead and multimedia projection facilities will be available.
We will provide a PC equipped with a CD drive and PowerPoint 2000.
Please contact us if you have any further questions or requirements.


Poster
The dimension of the display boards are 190 cm (width) x 90 cm (height)
Posters should clearly indicate:
The title of the contribution (in text at least 2.5 cm tall)
The name(s) of the author(s)

Mounting pins will be provided.
Please contact us if you will need any special facilities for your poster presentation. 

We recommend that you produce handouts (preferably not just an A4 version of your poster) for those participants who are particularly interested in your work.

Conference venue

The conference will be held in the Hilton Hotel, which is situated just south of Weimar city centre (see city map on the conference website), near to the fossil site of Weimar/Ehringsdorf and to the Baroque summer residence Belvedere.

For further information see the website

http://www.hilton.com/en/hi/hotels/index.jhtml?ctyhocn=WEIHITW

Accommodation

The majority of hotels are within 15 minutes (walking) of the conference location.

Those who asked us to organise their accommodation will be provided with the address and details of their accommodation by the end of this year. WHEN YOU RECEIVE THESE, PLEASE CONTACT THE HOTEL DIRECTLY TO CONFIRM YOUR RESERVATION.

Weather in Weimar

Those participants who normally live outside Germany might be interested to learn a little about what the weather is like in Weimar in the spring.

The mean regional temperature during April is around 7° C and about 12° C in May.

For further information (including maps) concerning the regions weather we suggest you visit the following websites:



http://www.klimadiagramme.de/Karten/klimakarten.html http://www.klimadiagramme.de/Deutschland/erfurt.html (Erfurt is located 20 km west of Weimar)
A finalised conference schedule, including abstracts and other relevant information, will be available via the Internet prior to the start of the conference: http://senckenberg.de/fis/sngconf18.htm

If you know of any colleagues who are interested in attending the conference but who have not yet registered, please refer them to the website, which includes the registration form. Furthermore, please remind them that


16th January 2004 is the final registration deadline
Address for all correspondence, questions and further information:
Weimar2004@senckenberg.de
or
Dr. L.C. Maul

Forschungsstation für Quartärpaläontologie

Senckenbergische Naturforschende Gesellschaft

Steubenstr. 19a

D-99423 Weimar

Germany
phone: +49 – 3643 – 77 62 31 or 77 62 30

fax: +49 – 3643 – 77 62 52

We look forward to welcoming you to Weimar in April 2004.



Best wishes,
L.C. Maul R.-D. Kahlke



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