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Neogloboquadrina incompta is an optimal marker of the transitional water formed by mixing of the warm Tsushima Current with cold waters of the Japan Sea. Spatial and temporal changes in N. incompta distribution have been analysed to reconstruct the timing and processes by which modern...
Early hope that the estimation of pollen accumulation-rates (PAR) from lake sediments would permit the quantitative reconstruction of past vegetational composition abated when results from several experiments uncovered the problems of the method. A review of monitoring experiments, mainly...
On the basis of sediment and pollen analyses of a radiocarbon-dated sediment sequence from Lake Joux in the Swiss Jura Mountains (west-central Europe), this paper presents a high-resolution record of lake-level and vegetation changes for the last millennium. The lake-level record makes it...
Swedish archives provide several types of documentary sources relating to port activities in Stockholm for the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. These documentary sources reflect sea ice conditions in the harbour inlet and correlate well with late-winter to early-spring temperatures....
Very high-resolution seismic lines were collected offshore the Venice Lagoon in the framework of the Co.Ri.La `New very high resolution seismic methods to study the Venice Lagoon subsoil' project. The 140 km boomer profiles led to the identification of a convex-upward, lens-shaped body just...
The charcoal record contained in lake sedimentary sequences is often used to infer past fire events. Studies to calibrate such charcoal records have been carried out in a range of mid- to high-latitude regions and relationships have been determined between size and quantity of charcoal in the...
Successful reconstruction of vegetation from fossil pollen data in the arctic and alpine tundra, and at the forest—tundra ecotone, is hampered by low pollen production of the major taxa in these environments and the likely dominance of the background pollen component. New approaches to the...
Concerns about the effects of global warming on Arctic environments have stimulated multidisciplinary research into the history of their long-term climatic and environmental variability to improve future predictions of climate in these remote areas. Here we present the first palaeolimnological...
Based on palaeolimnological investigations on a 1275 cm long lacustrine sediment record, sediment yields (SY) and denudation rates (DR) for the last 2000 years were reconstructed from Frickenhauser See, a small lake in central Germany. SY and DR generally correspond with the human land-use...
Pollen analysis of the peat in a small mire on the northern slope of the Alborz Mountains (550 m a.s.l.) in the Central Caspian forests of Iran reveals changes in forest and wetland vegetation during the last millennium. A forest, principally of Alnus and Carpinus occurred over almost the whole...
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