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A multiproxy palaeolimnological investigation of Holocene environmental change, between c. 10 700 and 7200 years BP, at Holebudalen, southern Norway (2008)
Journal Article
Panizzo, V. N., Jones, V. J., Birks, H. J., Boyle, J. F., Brooks, S. J., & Leng, M. J. (2008). A multiproxy palaeolimnological investigation of Holocene environmental change, between c. 10 700 and 7200 years BP, at Holebudalen, southern Norway. Holocene, 18(5), 805-817. https://doi.org/10.1177/0959683608089217

Geochemical analyses (x-ray fluorescence, δ13C and C/N ratios) were used to reconstruct early Holocene environments (between 10685 and 7260 cal. yr BP) at a small lake near Holebudalen, southern Norway. Results show a period of increasing stability,... Read More about A multiproxy palaeolimnological investigation of Holocene environmental change, between c. 10 700 and 7200 years BP, at Holebudalen, southern Norway.

Reconstructing hydrological variability in Lake Baikal during MIS 11: An application of oxygen isotope analysis of diatom silica (2008)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Mackay, A. W., Karabanov, E., Leng, M. J., Sloane, H. J., Morley, D. W., Panizzo, V. N., …Williams, D. (2008). Reconstructing hydrological variability in Lake Baikal during MIS 11: An application of oxygen isotope analysis of diatom silica. Journal of Quaternary Science, 23(4), 365-374. https://doi.org/10.1002/jqs.1174

In this paper we reconstruct hydrological variability in Lake Baikal during Marine Isotope Stage 11 (MIS 11) (427-362 ka BP) from oxygen isotope analysis of diatom silica. Highest δ18Odiatom values are found during MIS 11.3, highlighting the dominanc... Read More about Reconstructing hydrological variability in Lake Baikal during MIS 11: An application of oxygen isotope analysis of diatom silica.