Terrigenous sedimentation of sediment core GeoB6007-2, supplement to: Holz, Christine; Stuut, Jan-Berend W; Henrich, Rüdiger; Meggers, Helge (2007): Variability in terrigenous sedimentation processes off northwest Africa and its relation to climatic changes: inferrence from grain-size distributions of a Holocene marine sediment record. Sedimentary Geology, 202(3), 499-508

Christine Holz, Jan-Berend W Stuut, Rüdiger Henrich & Helge Meggers
Variations in deposition of terrigenous fine sediments and their grain-size distributions from a high-resolution marine sediment record offshore northwest Africa (30°51.0'N; 10°16.1'W) document climate changes on the African continent during the Holocene. End-member grain-size distributions of the terrigenous silt fraction, which are related to fluvial and aeolian dust transport, indicate millennial-scale variability in the dominant transport processes at the investigation site off northwest Africa as well as recurring periods of dry conditions in northwest Africa...
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