Younger Dryas Paleoenvironments and Ice Dynamics in Northern Maine: A Multi-Proxy, Case History

@article{DieffenbacherKrall2016YoungerDP,
  title={Younger Dryas Paleoenvironments and Ice Dynamics in Northern Maine: A Multi-Proxy, Case History},
  author={Ann C. Dieffenbacher-Krall and Harold W. Borns and Andrea M. Nurse and G. E. Langley and Sean D. Birkel and Les C. Cwynar and Lisa A. Doner and Christopher C. Dorion and James Fastook and George L. Jacobson Jr and Christopher A. Sayles},
  journal={Northeastern Naturalist},
  year={2016},
  volume={23},
  pages={67 - 87}
}
Abstract Geological evidence for modeled Younger Dryas ice expansion in northern Maine is assessed in conjunction with temperature and precipitation estimates from chironomids and pollen, and plant macrofossil and lake-level analyses from lake sediment. Pollen and chironomid temperature and precipitation transfer-function estimates for the Allerød warming period indicate colder winters, precipitation levels half that of modern times, and summer temperatures near modern levels. The combination… 
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