Climatic changes during the past 1300 years as deduced from the sediments of Lake Nakatsuna, central Japan

  title={Climatic changes during the past 1300 years as deduced from the sediments of Lake Nakatsuna, central Japan},
  author={Danda Pani Adhikari and Fujio Kumon},
Abstract Limnological features and sediment characteristics were studied in Lake Nakatsuna, a mesotrophic lake in central Japan. The lake is dimictic, and is anoxic in the hypolimnion during thermal stratification from May to September. In an attempt to reconstruct paleoclimatic changes around the lake, a sediment core taken from the lake center spanning the past 1300 years was analyzed for its organic and inorganic contents. Climatic influences were examined on the variation of total organic… 
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