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Pollen Stratigraphy of Late Quaternary Lake Sediments of South-West Greenland.

Geological Survey of Greenland.

Pollen Stratigraphy of Late Quaternary Lake Sediments of South-West Greenland.

by Geological Survey of Greenland.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesGeological Survey of Greenland Report -- 64
ContributionsKelly, M., Funder, S.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21791058M

Winkler MG, Swain AM, Kutzbach JE () Middle Holocene dry period in the Northern Midwestern United States: Lake levels and pollen stratigraphy. Quat Res 25(2)– CrossRef Google Scholar Winkler MG, Wang PK () The late-Quaternary vegetation and climate of by: 5. the United States and Canada in late-glacial sediments from the Williams Street bog near Tannton:\[assachusetts, is considered evidence of contamination of the sediments with secondary pollen rcbeddcd from pre-Quaternary deposits. Nearby varved clays also contain.

  Late Pleistocene sediments, landforms and events in Scotland: a review of the terrestrial stratigraphic record - Volume Issue - Jon W. MERRITT, Adrian M. HALL, John E. GORDON, E. Rodger CONNELLCited by: 2. pollen representation of vegetation in quaternary sediments: theory and method in patchy vegetation [sugita, shinya] on *free* shipping on qualifying offers. pollen representation of vegetation in quaternary sediments: theory and method in patchy vegetationAuthor: Shinya Sugita.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations ; 29 cm: Contents: Foreword / Knut Faegri --Preface / Vaughn M. Bryant, Jr. and Richard G. Holloway --Introduction / Richard G. Holloway, Vaughn M. Bryant Jr. --Quaternary palynology and vegetational history of the Southeastern United States / Hazel R. Delcourt, Paul A. Delcourt --A late.   Late-Quaternary pollen and plant macrofossil stratigraphy at Lochan an Druim, northwest Scotland. In Haworth, E. Y. & Lund, J. W. G. (eds) Lake Sediments and Environmental History: Studies in Palaeolimnology and Palaeoecology in Honour of Winifred Tutin, – Leicester: University of Leicester Press. by: 5.


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Pollen Stratigraphy of Late Quaternary Lake Sediments of South-West Greenland by Geological Survey of Greenland. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The increase in influx of siliclastic sediments during a cold stage will result in a relative drop in pollen concentrations, as pollen is deposited with sediment of a similar grain size (Traverse and Ginsburg, ). Following a sea-level fall, modifications to currents may cause an attendant change in the provenance of the pollen by: 9.

A m section of limnic sediment from Lofty Lake in the Mixedwood Section of the Boreal Forest in central Alberta has yielded the first complete Late Pleistocene pollen stratigraphy for the by: Betula also appears to be over-represented in the late Holocene marine sediments of the Marmara and Black seas because it is presently rare in western Anatolia and in modern lake sediments.

This pollen type is not normally transported very far by wind and its prevalence in modern marine sediments seems to mark high runoff from western by: 3.

Methods. We cut the deglaciation part of the sequence (– cm in depth, 10, to 15, SG vyr BP in age) into 1 cm thick slices. The average number of varves in one sample isbut the number tends to decrease upcore from (average –15, SG vyr BP) to (average for –11, SG vyr BP) due to the increase in sedimentation rate through the warming by: A sediment core from a lake in the Kap Farvel area on South Greenland was analysed with respect to pollen and microfossil content, loss-on-ignition, magnetic susceptibility and radiocarbon age.

Ten years ago I tried to trace source-areas of exotic pollen in S. Greenland lake diagrams (Fredskild ), but as a great deal of further material is now at hand (Fig. 1), it seems reasonable to make an up-to-date review. The pollen stratigraphy of late Quaternary lake sediments of South-West Greenland.

Holocene Palaeo-Winds and Cited by: Stratigraphic and radiocarbon evidence for the age and development of three salt-lake deposits in Rajasthan, India.

Quaternary Res. 2(4): – Google ScholarCited by: Late Quaternary western Mediterranean pollen record and African winds Article (PDF Available) in Earth and Planetary Science Letters (3) June with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Analyses of lignin oxidation products and pollen for an meter core from Lake Washington provide independent but similar reconstructions of the late Quaternary vegetation in the Puget Lowland.

An exception is in sediments of the late Pleistocene where pollen percentages and influx values suggest conifer forest whereas lignin compositions suggest a treeless source by: Short Paper Analysis of hemlock pollen size in Holocene lake sediments from New England Lindsay T.

Day a, W. Wyatt Oswald a,b,⁎, Elaine D. Doughty b, David R. Foster b a Emerson College, Boylston Street, Boston, MAUSA b Harvard Forest, North Main Street, Petersham, MAUSA article info abstract Article history: Received 8 May File Size: KB.

A pollen and diatom study of a 40 m-sedimentary sequence from Lake Tritrivakely in the central highlands of Madagascar provides evidence for climatic and environmental changes during the late Pleistocene and the by: Searles Lake to Owens Lake. METHOD All Searles Lake pollen analyses were made on uncrushed, point-sampled bulk sediment.

Some of the Owens Lake analyses were made on powdered and homogenized bulk sediment (below). Point samples were selected carefully from the interior of the core and comprised about to cm in stratigraphic by: 2. Request PDF | Pollen stratigraphy of the Late Pleistocene sediments at Mommark, Als, South Denmark | Past environmental changes in the Baltic area are discussed on the basis of pollen.

High-resolution seismic profiles (GeoChirp, kHz) were recorded in two lakes on the Taymyr Peninsula during the Taymyr Expedition in order to reconstruct changes in the depositional environment and to test different hypotheses of glaciation in central by:   Stratigraphic pollen analysis of terrestrial peat–mud layers from a buried bald cypress (Taxodium distichum) forest allows study of autochthonous fossil pollen profiles from a glacial refugium along the northern Gulf of Mexico coast in the context of fluctuating sea site is in 18 m of water, offshore from Orange Beach, Alabama, by: 1.

Late Quaternary fluvial deposits in the Tunica Hills region of Louisiana and Mississippi are rich in spruce macrofossils of the extinct species Picea critchfieldii, the one recognized plant extinction of the Late r, the morphology of P.

critchfieldii pollen is unknown, presenting a barrier to the interpretation of pollen spectra from the last glacial of North by: 8. Add tags for "The pollen stratigraphy of late Quaternary lake sediments of South-West Greenland". Be the first. This chapter discusses that identifying the glacial ice sheet margins in Greenland from ground evidence poses a special problem because, except for the youngest period of glaciation, the entire ice margin has stood on the by: Samples of the modern pollen rain, some from lake sediment and some from moss polsters, were taken in two regions of West Greenland in which the climate is respectively low arctic continental and.

Abstract. Salt lakes are amongst the most extensive Quaternary sedimentary deposits on the Australian continent. Yet this important source of biostratigraphic information, especially from the viewpoint of studies on vegetational and climatic history through pollen analysis, has remained virtually by:.

Vandergoes, M. J. & Prior, C. A. AMS dating of pollen concentrates—a methodological study of late Quaternary sediments from south Westland, New Zealand. Radiocar Cited by: In order to track the changes in the late Quaternary history of high elevation lakes, we are examining the record from Green Lake ( N, W, m), which lies on the west slope of the.Pollen-spore assemblages in five cores from the Marmara Sea with multiple ages ranging from 33 to yr BP and one Holocene core from southeastern Black Sea were used to compile a Late Quaternary marine pollen stratigraphy.

These data were then compared with eastern Mediterranean onshore reference sites in order to reconstruct a.