Reconstructing the Frequency of Catastrophic Floods on the Western Coast of the Sea of Japan Based on Sedimentary Proxy

@article{Astakhov2019ReconstructingTF,
  title={Reconstructing the Frequency of Catastrophic Floods on the Western Coast of the Sea of Japan Based on Sedimentary Proxy},
  author={Anatolii S. Astakhov and A. V. Dar’in and Ivan A. Kalugin and Kirill Aksentov},
  journal={Russian Meteorology and Hydrology},
  year={2019},
  volume={44},
  pages={62-70}
}
The history of coastal catastrophic floods was reconstructed for the first time using the geochemical proxy in shelf sediments. The reconstruction is based on the identification of sediment layers accumulated on the shelf during the intensive discharge of the river runoff suspended matter from the land which does not contain bromine. The set of isotopic (AMS 14C, 210Pb, 137Cs), tephrastratigraphic, and paleomagnetic methods was used for the detailed chronology of sediments. The scanning of… 
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