Asynchronous neoglaciation and Holocene climatic change reconstructed from Norwegian glaciolacustrine sedimentary sequences

@inproceedings{Matthews1992AsynchronousNA,
  title={Asynchronous neoglaciation and Holocene climatic change reconstructed from Norwegian glaciolacustrine sedimentary sequences},
  author={John Allen Matthews and Wibj{\"o}rn Karl{\'e}n},
  year={1992}
}
Sedimentary sequences from glacial lakes in southern Norway provide a new approach to the reconstruction of a relatively complete record of Holocene glacier and climatic variations. The data show that, following the [open quotes]Climatic Optimum[close quotes] of the early Holocene, neoglaciation was asynchronous: glaciers formed at different times at different sites, depending on critical altitudinal thresholds in relation to the scale of climatic variations. Neoglaciation began as early as ca… CONTINUE READING

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