The Iberian–Roman Humid Period (2600–1600 cal yr BP) in the Zoñar Lake varve record (Andalucía, southern Spain)

@article{MartinPuertas2009TheIH,
  title={The Iberian–Roman Humid Period (2600–1600 cal yr BP) in the Zo{\~n}ar Lake varve record (Andaluc{\'i}a, southern Spain)},
  author={Celia Martin-Puertas and Blas L Valero-Garc{\'e}s and Achim Brauer and M. Pilar Mata and Antonio Delgado-Huertas and Peter Dulski},
  journal={Quaternary Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={71},
  pages={108 - 120}
}
Abstract The Iberian–Roman Humid Period (IRHP, 2600–1600 cal yr BP), is the most humid phase of the last 4000 yr in southern Spain as recorded in the sedimentary sequence of Zoñar Lake (37°29′00″N, 4°41′22″ W, 300 m a.s.l.). A varve chronology supported by several AMS 14C dates allows study of the lake evolution at annual scale in response to human impact and climate changes. There are four climate phases within this period: i) gradual transition (2600–2500 yr ago, 650–550 BC) from a previous… Expand
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