Late-glacial and early holocene climate and environment from stable isotopes in welsh tufa

@inproceedings{Garnett2006LateglacialAE,
  title={Late-glacial and early holocene climate and environment from stable isotopes in welsh tufa},
  author={E. Ray Garnett and Julian E. Andrews and Richard C. Preece and Paul F. Dennis},
  year={2006}
}
  • E. Ray Garnett, Julian E. Andrews, +1 author Paul F. Dennis
  • Published 2006
  • Geology
  • The Caerwys tufa in North Wales (UK) contains basal deposits thought to represent carbonate precipitation during the Late-glacial interstadial. These deposits are used to test whether stable isotope data record all or part of a warming-cooling-warming trend through the transition of the Late-glacial interstadial, Younger Dryas stadial and early Holocene. The d18O values and molluscan abundance data suggest that deposition of the Late-glacial tufa occurred mainly during a relatively warm period… CONTINUE READING

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