Northern Eurasian large lakes history: sediment records obtained in the frame of Russian-German research project PLOT


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Russian-German project PLOT (Paleolimnological Transect) aims at investigating the regional responses of the quaternary climate and environment on external forcing and feedback mechanisms along a more than 6000 km long longitudinal transect crossing Northern Eurasia. The well-dated record from Lake El´gygytgyn used as reference site for comparison the local climatic and environmental histories. Seismic surveys and sediment coring up to 54 m below lake floor performed in the frame of the project on Ladoga Lake (North-West of Russia; 2013), Lake Bolshoye Shchuchye (Polar Ural; 2016), Lake Levinson-Lessing and Lake Taymyr (Taymyr Peninsula; 2016-2017), Lake Emanda (Verkhoyansk Range; 2017). Fieldwork at Polar Ural and Taymyr Peninsula was conducted in collaboration with the Russian-Norwegian CHASE (Climate History along the Arctic Seaboard of Eurasia) project. Here, we present the major results of the project obtained so far.



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DOI 10.31951/2658-3518-2020-A-4-517

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Fedorov, G. , Andreev, A. , Baumer, M. , Bolshiyanov, D. , Cherezova, A. , Gromig, R. , Kostromina, N. , Kostrova, S. , Krastel, S. , Lebas, E. , Ludikova, A. , Melles, M. , Meyer, H. , Pestryakova, L. , Savelieva, L. A. , Shumilovskikh, L. , Subetto, D. , Wagner, B. , Wennrich, V. and Werner, M. (2020): Northern Eurasian large lakes history: sediment records obtained in the frame of Russian-German research project PLOT , Limnology and Freshwater Biology, 3 (4), pp. 517-519 . doi: 10.31951/2658-3518-2020-A-4-517


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