Lacustrine sediments from two setions in northern Greece, supplement to: Weber, Michael E; Tougiannidis, Nikolaos; Kleineder, Maja; Bertram, Nadja; Ricken, Werner; Rolf, Christian; Reinsch, Thomas; Antoniadis, Prodromos (2010): Lacustrine sediments document millennial-scale climate variability in northern Greece prior to the onset of the northern hemisphere glaciation. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 291(3-4), 360-370

Michael E Weber, Nikolaos Tougiannidis, Maja Kleineder, Nadja Bertram, Werner Ricken, Christian Rolf, Thomas Reinsch & Prodromos Antoniadis
We investigated two lignite quarries in northern Greece for orbital and suborbital climate variability. Sections Lava and Vegora are located at the southern and northern boundaries of the Ptolemais Basin, a northwest southeast elongated intramontane basin that contains Upper Miocene to Lower Pliocene lacustrine sediments. Sediments show cyclic alterations of marl-rich (light), and coal-rich or clay-rich (dark) strata on a decimeter to meter scale. First, we established low-resolution ground-truth stratigraphy based on paleomagnetics and biostratigraphy....
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