Organic matter deposition along the Kara and Laptev Seas continental margin (eastern Arctic Ocean) during last deglaciation and Holocene, supplement to: Boucsein, Bettina; Knies, Jochen; Stein, Ruediger (2002): Organic matter deposition along the Kara and Laptev Seas continental margin (eastern Arctic Ocean) during the last deglaciation and Holocene: evidence from organic-geochemical and petrographical data. Marine Geology, 183(1-4), 67-87

Bettina Boucsein, Jochen Knies & Ruediger Stein
Organic petrologic (maceral analysis) and bulk organic-geochemical studies were performed on five sediment cores from the Eurasian continental margin to reconstruct the environmental changes during the last not, vert, similar13 000 yr. The core stratigraphy is based on AMS-14C dating, and correlation by magnetic susceptibility and lithostratigraphic characteristics. Variations in terrigenous, freshwater, and marine organic matter deposition document paleoceanographic and paleoclimatic changes during the transition from the last deglaciation to the Holocene. Glacigenic diamictons deposited...
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