Late-Glacial and Early Holocene Environmental and Climatic Change at Lake Tambichozero, Southeastern Russian Karelia

  title={Late-Glacial and Early Holocene Environmental and Climatic Change at Lake Tambichozero, Southeastern Russian Karelia},
  author={Barbara Wohlfarth and Ludmila V. Filimonova and Ole Bennike and Leif Bj{\"o}rkman and Lars Brunnberg and N. P. Lavrova and Igor Demidov and G{\"o}ran Possnert},
  journal={Quaternary Research},
  pages={261 - 272}
Abstract High-resolution lithostratigraphy, mineral magnetic, carbon, pollen, and macrofossil analyses, and accelerator mass spectrometry 14C measurements were performed in the study of a sediment sequence from Lake Tambichozero, southeastern Russian Karelia, to reconstruct late-glacial and early Holocene aquatic and terrestrial environmental changes. The lake formed ca. 14,000 cal yr B.P. and the area around the lake was subsequently colonized by arctic plants, forming patches of pioneer… 
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