The Laacher See Tephra at Reinberg

The Laacher See Tephra details at Reinberg

 

Profile name:REC/REI/RED
Tephra thickness:0.5-1 cm (191/176/181 cm)
Tephra depth:176 - 191 metres
Other information:Phase: LLST?. Primary deposit. NE fan.

References

The data on this page is from the following source(s). If you use this data please acknowledge the source of the data. For full information it is always important to consult the original source.

Strahl, J (2005) Zur Pollenstratigraphie des Weichselspätglazials von Berlin-Brandenburg. Brandenburger geowissenschaftliche Beiträge  12, 87-112.

de Klerk, P, Helbig, H, Helms, S, Janke, W, Krügel, K, Kühn, P, Michaelis, D and Stolze, S (2001) The Reinberg researches: palaeoecological and geomorphological studies of a kettle hole in Vorpommern (NE Germany), with special emphasis on a local vegetation during the Weichselian Pleniglacial/Lateglacial transition. Greifswalder Geographische Arbeiten  23, 43-131.

de Klerk, P, Janke, W, Kühn, P and Theuerkauf, M (2008) Environmental impact of the Laacher See eruption at a large distance from the volcano: Integrated palaeoecological studies from Vorpommern (NE Germany). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology  270, 196-214.

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