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Aspects of the Weichselian chronology In central East Greenland

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Aspects of the Weichselian chronology In central East Greenland. / Funder, Svend Visby; Hjort, Christian.

I: Boreas, Bind 2, 1973, s. 69-84.

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Funder, SV & Hjort, C 1973, 'Aspects of the Weichselian chronology In central East Greenland', Boreas, bind 2, s. 69-84.

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Funder, S. V., & Hjort, C. (1973). Aspects of the Weichselian chronology In central East Greenland. Boreas, 2, 69-84.

Vancouver

Funder SV, Hjort C. Aspects of the Weichselian chronology In central East Greenland. Boreas. 1973;2:69-84.

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Funder, Svend Visby ; Hjort, Christian. / Aspects of the Weichselian chronology In central East Greenland. I: Boreas. 1973 ; Bind 2. s. 69-84.

Bibtex

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title = "Aspects of the Weichselian chronology In central East Greenland",
abstract = "From central East Greenland, CH ages between 19,500 - >40,000 years B.P. have been obtained for six samples of marine bivalve shells. The ages seem to be consistent with geological observations and form the basis for a tentative chronology for the vVeichselian ice age in the region. It appears that the maximum glaciation during \Veichselian times was attained more than 40,000 years ago, and that since then ice-free areas have existed. This assumption agrees with evidence of botanical refugia in the region, and the restricted glacier activity especially during the Upper Pleniglacial (ca. 30,000-15,000 years B.P.) is explained by a reduced supply of moisture. A comparison with evidence from other parts of Greenland indicates that different glacial histories can be expected for different sectors of the Greenland Inland Ice.",
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T1 - Aspects of the Weichselian chronology In central East Greenland

AU - Funder, Svend Visby

AU - Hjort, Christian

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N2 - From central East Greenland, CH ages between 19,500 - >40,000 years B.P. have been obtained for six samples of marine bivalve shells. The ages seem to be consistent with geological observations and form the basis for a tentative chronology for the vVeichselian ice age in the region. It appears that the maximum glaciation during \Veichselian times was attained more than 40,000 years ago, and that since then ice-free areas have existed. This assumption agrees with evidence of botanical refugia in the region, and the restricted glacier activity especially during the Upper Pleniglacial (ca. 30,000-15,000 years B.P.) is explained by a reduced supply of moisture. A comparison with evidence from other parts of Greenland indicates that different glacial histories can be expected for different sectors of the Greenland Inland Ice.

AB - From central East Greenland, CH ages between 19,500 - >40,000 years B.P. have been obtained for six samples of marine bivalve shells. The ages seem to be consistent with geological observations and form the basis for a tentative chronology for the vVeichselian ice age in the region. It appears that the maximum glaciation during \Veichselian times was attained more than 40,000 years ago, and that since then ice-free areas have existed. This assumption agrees with evidence of botanical refugia in the region, and the restricted glacier activity especially during the Upper Pleniglacial (ca. 30,000-15,000 years B.P.) is explained by a reduced supply of moisture. A comparison with evidence from other parts of Greenland indicates that different glacial histories can be expected for different sectors of the Greenland Inland Ice.

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VL - 2

SP - 69

EP - 84

JO - Boreas

JF - Boreas

SN - 0300-9483

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