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A synchronized dating of three Greenland ice cores throughout the Holocene
As part of the effort to create the new Greenland Ice Core Chronology 2005 (GICC05) a synchronized stratigraphical timescale for the Holocene parts of the DYE- 3, GRIP and NGRIP ice cores is made byExpand
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High-resolution analyses of an early Holocene climate event may imply decreased solar forcing as an important climate trigger
Early Holocene lacustrine, tree-ring, ice-core, and marine records reveal that the Northern Hemisphere underwent a short cooling event at 10 300 calendar yr B.P. (9100 14 C yr B.P.). The records wereExpand
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A multiproxy reconstruction of the evolution of deep and surface waters in the subarctic Nordic seas over the last 30,000yr
On the basis of various lithological, mircopaleontological and isotopic proxy records covering the last 30,000 calendar years (cal kyr) the paleoenvironmental evolution of the deep and surface waterExpand
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Change of diet of the Greenland Vikings determined from stable carbon isotope analysis and 14C dating of their bones
Bone samples from the Greenland Viking colony provide us with a unique opportunity to test and use (super 14) C dating of remains of humans who depended upon food of mixed marine and terrestrialExpand
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Coast–inland mobility and diet in the Danish Mesolithic and Neolithic: evidence from stable isotope values of humans and dogs
Here we present the stable isotope ratios of carbon and nitrogen measured in bone collagen extracted from humans, dogs, herbivores and fish from Mesolithic and Neolithic coastal and inland sites inExpand
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Anthropogenic contributions to atmospheric Hg, Pb and As accumulation recorded by peat cores from southern Greenland and Denmark dated using the 14C “bomb pulse curve”
Abstract Mercury concentrations are clearly elevated in the surface and sub-surface layers of peat cores collected from a minerotrophic (“groundwater-fed”) fen in southern Greenland (GL) and anExpand
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Santorini Eruption Radiocarbon Dated to 1627-1600 B.C.
Precise and direct dating of the Minoan eruption of Santorini (Thera) in Greece, a global Bronze Age time marker, has been made possible by the unique find of an olive tree, buried alive in lifeExpand
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Rapid sea-level rise in the North Atlantic Ocean since the first half of the nineteenth century
A high-resolution late-Holocene sea-level record is produced from salt-marsh deposits at Vioarhólmi in Snæfellsnes, western Iceland. The stratigraphy of Vioarhólmi saltmarsh is documented usingExpand
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The genetic prehistory of the New World Arctic
Introduction Humans first peopled the North American Arctic (northern Alaska, Canada, and Greenland) around 6000 years ago, leaving behind a complex archaeological record that consisted of differentExpand
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High-resolution AMS 14C dating of post bomb peat archives of atmospheric pollutants
Peat deposits in Greenland and Denmark were investigated to show that high-resolution dating of these archives of atmospheric deposition can be provided for the last 50 years by radiocarbon datingExpand
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