Paleoclimate in continental northwestern Europe during the Eemian and early Weichselian ( 125 – 97 ka ) : insights from a Belgian speleothem

@inproceedings{Vansteenberge2016PaleoclimateIC,
  title={Paleoclimate in continental northwestern Europe during the Eemian and early Weichselian ( 125 – 97 ka ) : insights from a Belgian speleothem},
  author={Stef Vansteenberge and S. Verheyden and Hai Cheng and R Lawrence Edwards and Eddy Keppens and Philippe Claeys},
  year={2016}
}
The last interglacial serves as an excellent time interval for studying climate dynamics during past warm periods. Speleothems have been successfully used for reconstructing the paleoclimate of last interglacial continental Europe. However, all previously investigated speleothems are restricted to southern Europe or the Alps, leaving large parts of northwestern Europe undocumented. To better understand regional climate changes over the past, a larger spatial coverage of European last… CONTINUE READING