Oldest architectural plans detail desert kites, prehistoric mega structures; the study has been published in PLoS ONE
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Frank Preusser is Professor for Sedimentology at the Institute for Earth and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Environment and Natural Resources, at the University of Freiburg. His research emphasis is on the response of terrestrial sedimentary systems to climate change and human impact during the Quaternary. In particular, he is investigating the erosion and depositional history of the Alps and environmental developments on the Arabian Peninsula. A special interest is on geochronology, specifically luminescence dating.
Press release from the University of Freiburg.