Chronology of vegetation and paleoclimatic stages of northwestern Russia during the late glacial and Holocene.

  title={Chronology of vegetation and paleoclimatic stages of northwestern Russia during the late glacial and Holocene.},
  author={Kh. A. Arslanov and L A Saveljeva and Nathalie Gey and Vladimir A. Klimanov and Sergei B. Chernov and Galina Mihailovna Chernova and Gary Franklin Kuzmin and Tatyana Tertychnaya and Dmitry A. Subetto and V. P. Denisenkov},
We have studied 6 reference sections of bog and lake sediments in the Leningrad and Novgorod provinces to develop a geochronological scale for vegetational and paleoclimatic changes in northwestern Russia during the Late Glacial and Holocene. Every 10-cm layer along the peat and gyttja sections (4-8.5 m thick) was investigated palynologically and the great majority of them were radiocarbon dated. Using the data obtained, standard palynological diagrams were plotted and vegetation history… CONTINUE READING

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