‘PALEOVAN’, International Continental Scientific Drilling Program (ICDP): site survey results and perspectives

@inproceedings{Litt2009PALEOVANIC,
  title={‘PALEOVAN’, International Continental Scientific Drilling Program (ICDP): site survey results and perspectives},
  author={Thomas Litt and Sebastian Krastel and Michael R. Sturm and Rolf Kipfer and Sefer {\"O}rçen and Georg Heumann and Sven Oliver Franz and Umut Barış {\"U}lgen and Frank Niessen},
  year={2009}
}
Lake Van is the fourth largest terminal lake in the world (volume 607 km(3), area 3570 km(2), maximum depth 460 m), extending for 130 km WSW-ENE on the Eastern Anatolian High Plateau, Turkey. The sedimentary record of Lake Van, partly laminated, has the potential to obtain a long and continuous continental sequence that covers several glacial-interglacial cycles (ca 500 kyr). Therefore, Lake Van is a key site within the International Continental Scientific Drilling Program (ICDP) for the… CONTINUE READING

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