Das Alleröd-Interstadial als Leithorizont der letzten Vereisung in Europa und Amerika

Hugo Gross
The late-glacial Alleröd layers (c. 10000—8800 B.C.) mainly found in the central and northwestern parts of Europe are synchronous according to stratigraphy, pollen-analysis, geochronology, and radiocarbon-dating and correspond to the North American Two Creeks Forest bed according to radiocarbon-dating. This important stratigraphical and chronological clue-horizon proves the synchronism of the Late-Glacial period and, therefore, of the Last Glaciation in the above regions, particularly in Europe confirming the correlation of the Central Swedish and Salpausselkä phases...