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A new approach to regional lichenometric dating is developed and applied to‘Little Ice Age’ moraine-ridge sequences on 16 glacier forelands in Jotunheimen, southern Norway. Lichenometric-dating curves, based on the Rhizocarpon subgenus, are constructed independently for west, central and east...
Diatom analyses have been performed on a 425cm long Holocene marine sediment sequence from the North Atlantic south of Iceland and a 920cm sediment core spanning the last c. 7500 years from Skalafjord, Faeroe Islands. Additional core data include stable isotopes and results from magnetic...
Intrashell oxygen and carbon stable isotope profiles (δ 18 O,δ 13 C) were established for Mesodesma donacium shells from the preceramic archaeological site, Quebrada de los Burros in coastal southern Peru, to reconstruct the sea-surface temperature (SST) variations and to estimate changes of...
Travertines are calcareous deposits that result from water stream saturation in bicarbonate; they are extremely sensitive to environmental variations. Homeostatic conditions, such as a good development of vegetation and regular river flow, induce the formation of homogenous travertine facies...
Pollen, plant macrofossil and charcoal records from two neighbouring crater lakes (Lake Wandakara and Lake Kasenda) in lower montane (altitude-1200m) western Uganda (0.5DN, 30) reveal major changes in local and regional vegetation over the last 1200 years, which can be related to regional...
This article presents some selected results of palaeoecological analysis based on subfossil pollen and Cladocera in a core of deep-water sediments. It was drilled in the SW part of Lake Ostrowite in National Park Bory Tucholskie, Poland. The core contains fine-detritus gyttja with no calcium...
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