Investigations on sediment profile PG1111 from Taymyr Peninsula, Siberia, supplement to: Harwart, Stefanie K; Hagedorn, Birgit; Melles, Martin; Wand, Ulrich (1999): Lithological and biochemical properties in sediments of Lama Lake as indicators for the late Pleistocene and Holocene ecosystem development of the southern Taymyr Peninsula, Central Siberia. Boreas, 28(1), 167-180

Stefanie K Harwart, Birgit Hagedorn, Martin Melles & Ulrich Wand
In order to evaluate the sensitivity of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems to climatic changes, lithological (sediment structure and color, grain size, physical properties) and biochemical (TOC, TOC/TN, d13C of TOC and carbonates) investigations were carried out on an 11.12 m-long sediment core from Lama Lake (Central Siberia, Putorana Plateau). According to the pollen data, the sequence represents the termination of the Pleistocene, and the entire Holocene. It is composed of highly terrigenous and stratified clays...
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