A calendar age estimate of the Younger Dryas-Holocene boundary at Kråkenes, western Norway

@article{Gulliksen1998ACA,
  title={A calendar age estimate of the Younger Dryas-Holocene boundary at Kr{\aa}kenes, western Norway},
  author={Steinar Gulliksen and Hilary H. Birks and G{\"o}ran Possnert and Jan Mangerud},
  journal={The Holocene},
  year={1998},
  volume={8},
  pages={249 - 259}
}
The Younger Dryas/Holocene transition (YD/H) in the sediments of Kråkenes Lake, western Nor way, is well marked both lithologically and palaeobiologically at 756.5 cm in the investigated core. A series of 70 AMS radiocarbon dates on terrestrial plant macrofossils and the NaOH-soluble fraction of lake sediment was measured between 585 and 840 cm, covering the time span c. 10 440 to 7915 BP on the radiocarbon timescale. Forty-three of these dates above 760 cm were wiggle-matched against the… 

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