Contrasted Late Glacial and Holocene hydrology of Sarliève paleolake (France) from sediment geometry and detrital versus biochemical composition

@article{Fourmont2009ContrastedLG,
  title={Contrasted Late Glacial and Holocene hydrology of Sarli{\`e}ve paleolake (France) from sediment geometry and detrital versus biochemical composition},
  author={Agathe Fourmont and J L Macaire and J Breheret},
  journal={Journal of Paleolimnology},
  year={2009},
  volume={41},
  pages={471-490}
}
Since the end of the Last Glacial Maximum, hydrology in Europe has been influenced by both climate changes, and since Neolithic times, an increase in human activity. Paleohydrological reconstructions, especially from lake studies, can help identify the respective impact of these two factors. The present work focuses on a lacustrine geosystem, the Sarliève paleolake in the Massif Central (France), in an unusually dry, temperate area. The lake sediment geometry (core drillings, geotechnical… CONTINUE READING
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