Silt content of two lake records from the Eifel, supplement to: Seelos, Klemens; Sirocko, Frank (2006): Abrupt cooling events at the very end of the last interglacial. In: Sirocko, F, Claussen, M, Litt, T & Sanchez-Goñi, M F(eds.): The climate of past interglacials; Developments in Quaternary Science, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 207-230

Klemens Seelos & Frank Sirocko
A comparison of a last interglacial annually laminated and varve counted maar lake record from the Eifel/Germany, with a laminated lake sediment record from Northern Germany shows, that high resolution cores can be correlated across central Europe by dust/loess content, if the resolution of grain size data is on the order of decades/centuries. Phases of widespread dust dispersal are the same as the cold events in the Greenland ice and North Atlantic sea surface temperature...
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