Centennial-scale lake-level lowstand at Lake Uddelermeer (The Netherlands) indicates changes in moisture source region prior to the 2.8-kyr event

S. Engels, M.A.J. Bakker, S.J.P. Bohncke, C. Cerli, W.Z. Hoek, B. Jansen, T. Peters, H. Renssen, D. Sachse, J.M. Van Aken, V. van den Bos, B. van Geel, R. van Oostrom, T. Winkels, T. Wolma

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Abstract

The Uddelermeer is a unique lake for The Netherlands, containing a sediment record that continuously registered environmental and climatic change from the late Pleistocene on to the present. A 15.6-m-long sediment record was retrieved from the deepest part of the sedimentary basin and an age–depth model was developed using radiocarbon dating,
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1075-1091
JournalThe Holocene
Issue number26
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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