Jardelunder Moor, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

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This page contains the results of your search. It is divided into two sections. The first contains information about any tephra layers present at the site and the second part contains details about the source references and the date and time of the search.

Your search has found 8 Tephra layers at Jardelunder Moor

Site Type Area Latitude Longitude Altitude (m)
Terrestrial Germany, Schleswig-Holstein 54.8200°N 9.2300°E n/a
Profile Tephra Layer
NoNameTotal Profile Depth (m)TypeCorrelated name1Local name2Tephra Depth (m)CommentsGeochemical dataRef
1169 Jam 4.15
860 AD Layer part B Tephra
Jam-1 0.280 - 0.320Colourless, pumiceous and highly vesicular glass shards, the median diameter of the shards being 30 m (*Cryptotephra)View Data1624
Glen Garry Tephra
Jam-2 0.860 - 0.940Mainly colourless vesicular bubble wall shards, also some rare brownish shards (not analysed) (*Cryptotephra)View Data1624
OMH-185 (Microlite) Tephra
Jam-3 1.020 - 1.100Colourless, highly vesicular, bubble wall and non-vesicular angular glass shards. Maximum length 100 m, median <45 m. 60% of the shards have characteristic feldspar microlite crystals up to 20 m long (*Cryptotephra)View Data1624
Hekla 3 Tephra
Jam-4 1.140 - 1.220Shards colourless, pumiceous to highly vesicular and bubble-wall shaped. Median 50 m, maximum 90 m. A few greenish shards, rare brownish and one feldspar crystal (*Cryptotephra)View Data1624
Hekla 4 Tephra
Jam-5 1.860 - 1.940Shards consist of colourless tubular pumice, pumiceous and vesicular glass shards. Mean diameter 45 m and largest 100 m. (*Cryptotephra)View Data1624
Lairg Tephra B
Jam-6 2.340 - 2.380Colourless and vesicular shards, with a medium grain size of ca. 50 m (*Cryptotephra)View Data1624
Lairg Tephra A
Jam-7 2.380 - 2.420Shards of colourless vesicular glass, with a medium diameter of ca. 50 m (*Cryptotephra)View Data1624
JAM-8Jam-8 2.700 - 2.740*Cryptotephra1624


*Note that the Tephra layer depth of a cryptotephra does not indicate the thickness of the layer, as in a visible tephra tephra layer. The thickness indicates the spread of the tephra shards in the sediment or sometimes the top and bottom depths are the same (i.e. no apparent thickness).

1Correlated tephra name means that the tephra deposit has been correlated with a tephra horizon found at multiple sites (e.g. Hekla 4). Of course, these correlations could be reinterpreted and care needs to be taken.

2Local tephra name is the name given by the researchers for the tephra found at the site, this is often a mixture of a site code/name and the depth of the tephra. Not all tephra layers in Tephrabase have a local name, but more or being added. This is independent of any correlations to other tephra deposits.


The data on this page is from the following source(s). If you use this data please acknowledge the source of the data. The number preceding each reference matches the Ref number on the data table above.

1624: van den Bogaard, C. and Schminke, H.U.  2002  Linking the North Atlantic to central Europe: a high-resolution Holocene tephrochronological record from northern Germany. Journal of Quaternary Science  17, 3-20..

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This Tephrabase search was made on 3/3/2024 at 00:24:57 local time, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.