Palaeoenvironment in northern Norway between 22.2 and 14.5 cal. ka BP

@inproceedings{Vorren2013PalaeoenvironmentIN,
  title={Palaeoenvironment in northern Norway between 22.2 and 14.5 cal. ka BP},
  author={Tore O. Vorren and Karl-Dag Vorren and Odd Aasheim and K. I. Torbj{\o}rn Dahlgren and Matthias Forwick and Kristian Hassel},
  year={2013}
}
The stratigraphy of lake Endletvatn on northern Andoya, northern Norway, has been revisited to improve the understanding of the palaeoenvironment in the region during the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM). Four high-quality cores were analysed with respect to various lithological parameters and macrofossil content, supplemented by 47 AMS radiocarbon dates. The sediments indicate a low-energy environment with a mean sedimentation rate of 0.5 mm a−1. We infer perennially frozen ground in the… CONTINUE READING

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