The Laacher See Tephra at Lake Lautrey

The Laacher See Tephra details at Lake Lautrey


Profile name:L2, L3, L5, L6 (Vannier et al. 2004); total of 21 cores in Bossouet et al. (1997)/LT1
Tephra thickness:0.1 cm
Tephra depth x:3.48 metres
View all geochemical data for the Laacher See Tephra from L2, L3, L5, L6 (Vannier et al. 2004); total of 21 cores in Bossouet et al. (1997)/LT1 at Lake Lautrey


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.

Bossuet, G, Richard, H, Magny, M and Rossy, M (1997) A new occurrence of Laacher See Tephra in the Central Jura (France). The mire of Le Lautrey. Comptes Rendus De L Academie Des Sciences Serie Ii Fascicule a-Sciences De La Terre Et Des Planetes  325, 43-48.

Peyron, O, Begeot, C, Brewer, S, Heiri, O, Magny, M, Millet, L, Ruffaldi, P, Van Campo, E and Yu, G (2005) Late-Glacial climatic changes in Eastern France (Lake Lautrey) from pollen, lake-levels, and chironomids. Quaternary Research  64, 197-211.

Vannière, B., Bossuet, G., Walter-Simonnet, A. V., Ruffaldi, P., Adatte, T., Rossy, M. and Magny, M. (2004) High-resolution record of environmental changes and tephrochronological markers of the Last Glacial-Holocene transition at Lake Lautrey (Jura, France). Journal of Quaternary Science  19, 797-808.

Walter-Simonnet, AV, Bossuet, G, Develle, AL, Begeot, C, Ruffaldi, P, Magny, M, Adatte, T, Rossy, M, Simonnet, JP, Boutet, J, Zeiller, R, de Beaulieu, JL, Vanniere, B, Thivet, M, Millet, L, Regent, B and Wackenheim, C (2008) Chronicle and distribution of lateglacial tephras in the Vosges and Jura mountains, and the Swiss Plateau. Quaternaire  19, 117-132.

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