Seasonal variability of Holocene climate: a palaeolimnological study on varved sediments in Lake Jues (Harz Mountains, Germany)

@article{Voigt2008SeasonalVO,
  title={Seasonal variability of Holocene climate: a palaeolimnological study on varved sediments in Lake Jues (Harz Mountains, Germany)},
  author={Ricarda Voigt and Eberhard Gr{\"u}ger and Janina Baier and Dieter Meischner},
  journal={Journal of Paleolimnology},
  year={2008},
  volume={40},
  pages={1021-1052}
}
Studies combining sedimentological and biological evidence to reconstruct Holocene climate beyond the major changes, and especially seasonality, are rare in Europe, and are nearly completely absent in Germany. The present study tries to reconstruct changes of seasonality from evidence of annual algal successions within the framework of well-established pollen zonation and 14C-AMS dates from terrestrial plants. Laminated Holocene sediments in Lake Jues (10°20.7′ E, 51°39.3′ N, 241 m a.s.l… CONTINUE READING
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