The new North American Varve Chronology: A precise record of southeastern Laurentide Ice Sheet deglaciation and climate, 18.2-12.5 kyr BP, and correlations with Greenland ice core records

@article{Ridge2012TheNN,
  title={The new North American Varve Chronology: A precise record of southeastern Laurentide Ice Sheet deglaciation and climate, 18.2-12.5 kyr BP, and correlations with Greenland ice core records},
  author={J. C. Ridge and G. Balco and R. Bayless and Catherine C. Beck and L. B. Carter and Jody L. Dean and Emily B. Voytek and Jeremy H. Wei},
  journal={American Journal of Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={312},
  pages={685 - 722}
}
New glacial varve records from long cores combined with records from key surface exposures and new radiocarbon ages have allowed the correction, consolidation, expansion, and calibration of Ernst Antevs' original New England Varve Chronology (NEVC) in the Connecticut Valley of New England, U.S.A. The varve records have been reformulated, with corrections and a new numbering system, as the new North American Varve Chronology (NAVC), which is a continuous 5659-yr varve sequence that spans most of… Expand
Deglaciation and late-glacial climate change in the White Mountains, New Hampshire, USA
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