Mario Ranzinger

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Mario Ranzinger was a research associate at the Institute of Geography since October 2018. He is working in Geomorphology and Soil Geography as a Geoarchaeologist.


Land unter? – Floods and flood prevention at the upper Rhine during early and high middle ages

Zullestein – Interdisciplinary research at a roman Burgus

Scientific focus
  • Geoarchaeology and Archaeometry
  • Medieval and Post Medieval Archaeology
  • Geophysical and Archaeological Prospection including Remote Sensing
  • Cultural and landscape history of East Bavaria
  • The Alps (Switzerland, Silvretta)
Master Thesis

Regensburg and its wood supply during roman and medieval times – a methodical approach to locate dendroprovenances via ICP-MS analysis

Bachelor Thesis

The Alp Fenga – Analysis of a post medieval alpine dairy hut in the Silvretta Alps

  • winter semester 2018/19:
    Lecture series Geoarchaeology (with B. Mächtle, U.A. Glasmacher, and S. Prillwitz)
  • summer semester 2019:
    Field Internship: Zullestein (with B. Mächtle)
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