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A palaeomagnetic study of the Lake Nautajärvi sediment sequence in central Finland demonstrates that varved lake sediments can provideregionally applicable secular variations curves for Holocene stratigraphic correlation and age control. Based on x-ray radiography and digital image analysis...
The Viking Age town of Birka, which existed between AD 750 and 975, on the island of Björkö in the Mälar archipelago of the Baltic Sea, is known as the oldest centre used for large-scale international trading in Sweden. Birka had a strong defence: town rampart, hillfort and a water palisade....
Mid- to late-Holocene pollen data from Florisbad in the central Free State, South Africa, reveal a number of moisture fluctuations. Commencing at c . 6500 BP the pollen sequence indicates an arid climate but shows more availability of moisture under grassy conditions from summer rain at c . 6300...
The study of Holocene deposits on Iturup Island is very important for understanding palaeolandscape changes on the island. It is separated by deep straits from the neighbouring islands and was isolated during the last glacial maximum. Landscape changes over the last 40000 years and the role of...
Quantitative reconstructions are made of Holocene changes in climatic and environmental conditions from analyses of pollen, chironomids and diatoms in identical stratigraphic levels of a sediment core from Vuoskkujávri (68°20'43 N, 19°06'00 E, 348 m a.s.l.) near Abisko in northern Sweden...
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