Shoreline displacement of Lake Ladoga — new data from Kilpolansaari

@article{Saarnisto2004ShorelineDO,
  title={Shoreline displacement of Lake Ladoga — new data from Kilpolansaari},
  author={Matti Saarnisto and Tuulikki Gr{\"o}nlund},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={322},
  pages={205-215}
}
Dating of sediments sampled from small lakes in the Kilpolansaari region, in the NW part of Lake Ladoga, indicate that the River Neva, which is the present outlet of Lake Ladoga, originated at 3,100 radiocarbon years BP This is in agreement with some earlier estimations but no consensus concerning the age of the River Neva has previously been reached. New diatom data provide information concerning salinity and nutrient conditions in northern Lake Ladoga prior to the formation of the River Neva… 
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