Lake sediments from Store Koldewey, Northeast Greenland, supplement to: Klug, Martin; Schmidt, Steffi; Bennike, Ole; Heiri, Oliver; Melles, Martin; Wagner, Bernd (2009): Lake sediments from Store Koldewey, Northeast Greenland, as archive of Late Pleistocene and Holocene climatic and environmental changes. Boreas, 38(1), 59-71

Martin Klug, Steffi Schmidt, Ole Bennike, Oliver Heiri, Martin Melles & Bernd Wagner
A 2.9 m long sedimentary record was studied from a small lake, here referred to as Duck Lake, located at 76°25'N, 18°45'W on Store Koldewey, an elongated island off the coast of Northeast Greenland. The sediments were investigated for their geophysical and biogeochemical characteristics, and for their fossil chironomid assemblages. Organic matter began to accumulate in the lake at 9.1 cal. kyr BP, which provides a minimum age for the deglaciation of the basin. Although...
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