Distribution of grain size and clay minerals in surface sediments of the Kara Sea (Fig 4, 5), supplement to: Stein, Ruediger; Dittmers, Klaus Hauke; Fahl, Kirsten; Kraus, Matthias; Matthiessen, Jens; Niessen, Frank; Pirrung, Michael; Polyakova, Ye I; Schoster, Frank; Steinke, Tatjana; Fütterer, Dieter K (2004): Arctic (palaeo) river discharge and environmental change: evidence from the Holocene Kara Sea sedimentary record. Quaternary Science Reviews, 23(11-13), 1485-1511Ruediger Stein, Klaus Hauke Dittmers, Kirsten Fahl, Matthias Kraus, Jens Matthiessen, Frank Niessen, Michael Pirrung, Ye I Polyakova, Frank Schoster, Tatjana Steinke & Dieter K Fütterer
In this paper, we summarize data on terrigenous sediment supply in the Kara Sea and its accumulation and spatial and temporal variability during Holocene times. Sedimentological, organic-geochemical, and micropaleontological proxies determined in surface sediments allow to characterize the modern (riverine) terrigenous sediment input. AMS-14C dated sediment cores from the Ob and Yenisei estuaries and the adjacent inner Kara Sea were investigated to determine the terrigenous sediment fluxes and their relationship to paleoenvironmental changes. The variability...
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