Climate and environment on the Karelian Isthmus, northwestern Russia, 13000‐9000 cal. yrs BP

@article{Subetto2002ClimateAE,
  title={Climate and environment on the Karelian Isthmus, northwestern Russia, 13000‐9000 cal. yrs BP},
  author={Dmitry A. Subetto and Barbara Wohlfarth and NATALYA N. Davydova and Tatyana Sapelko and Leif Bj{\"o}rkman and Nadja Solovieva and Stefan Wasteg{\aa}rd and G{\"o}ran Possnert and Valentina I. Khomutova},
  journal={Boreas},
  year={2002},
  volume={31}
}
Sediment sequences retrieved from Lake Medvedevskoye (60°13'N; 29°54'E) and Lake Pastorskoye (60°13'N; 30°02'E), Karelian Isthmus, northwestern Russia, were analysed for lithology, pollen and diatom stratigraphy, total organic carbon content and mineral magnetic parameters. Age control for both sequences was provided by AMS 14C measurements and the Vedde Ash tephra. The reconstructed climatic and environmental development shows the deglaciation of the sites and the establishment of sparse shrub… 
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