Cold event at 8200 yr B.P. recorded in annually laminated lake sediments in eastern Europe

@article{Veski2004ColdEA,
  title={Cold event at 8200 yr B.P. recorded in annually laminated lake sediments in eastern Europe},
  author={S. Veski and H. Sepp{\"a} and A. Ojala},
  journal={Geology},
  year={2004},
  volume={32},
  pages={681-684}
}
A quantitative annual mean temperature reconstruction from an annually laminated lake-sediment sequence in Estonia, eastern Europe, shows a distinct cold period at 8400– 8080 yr B.P. (= before A.D. 2000); the timing is consistent with that seen in the Greenland ice-core data and various high-resolution records from western Europe. During maximal cooling at 8250–8150 yr B.P., the annual mean temperature in Estonia was ∼2.0 °C colder than prior to and ∼3.0 °C colder than after the cooling. The… Expand

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