Pollen record and age determinations on four sites from Taymyr Peninsula, Russia, supplement to: Andreev, Andrei A; Tarasov, Pavel E; Siegert, Christine; Ebel, Tobias; Klimanov, Vladimir A; Melles, Martin; Bobrov, Anatoly A; Dereviagin, Alexander Yu; Lubinski, David J; Hubberten, Hans-Wolfgang (2003): Late Pleistocene and Holocene vegetation and climate on the northern Taymyr Peninsula, Arctic Russia. Boreas, 32(3), 484-505

Andrei A Andreev, Pavel E Tarasov, Christine Siegert, Tobias Ebel, Vladimir A Klimanov, Martin Melles, Anatoly A Bobrov, Alexander Yu Dereviagin, David J Lubinski & Hans-Wolfgang Hubberten
Pollen data from a Levinson-Lessing Lake sediment core (74°28'N, 98°38'E) and Cape Sabler, Taymyr Lake permafrost sequences (74°33'N, 100°32'E) reveal substantial environmental changes on the northern Taymyr Peninsula during the last c. 32 000 14C years. The continuous records confirm that a scarce steppe-like vegetation with Poaceae, Artemisia and Cyperaceae dominated c. 32 000-10 300 14C yr BP, while tundra-like vegetation with Oxyria, Ranunculaceae and Caryophyllaceae grew in wetter areas. The coldest interval occurred c....
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