A statistical approach to disentangle environmental forcings in a lacustrine record: the Lago Chungará case (Chilean Altiplano)

@article{Giralt2008ASA,
  title={A statistical approach to disentangle environmental forcings in a lacustrine record: the Lago Chungar{\'a} case (Chilean Altiplano)},
  author={S. Giralt and A. Moreno and R. Bao and A. S{\'a}ez and R. Prego and B. Valero-Garc{\'e}s and J. Pueyo and P. Gonz{\'a}lez-Samp{\'e}riz and C. Taberner},
  journal={Journal of Paleolimnology},
  year={2008},
  volume={40},
  pages={195-215}
}
A high resolution multiproxy study (magnetic susceptibility, X-ray diffraction, XRF scanner, gray-colour values, Total Organic Carbon, Total Inorganic Carbon, Total Carbon and Total Biogenic Silica) of the sedimentary infill of Lago Chungará (northern Chilean Altiplano) was undertaken to unravel the environmental forcings controlling its evolution using a number of different multivariate statistical techniques. Redundancy analyses enabled us to identify the main provenance of the studied… Expand

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