Quaternary, Volume 1, Issue 1 (June 2018) – 8 articles
Since the onset of the neoglacial period (≈4000 cal yr BP), a tree line descent and the increased occurrence of strong snowmelt flood events caused stronger soil erosion. These vegetation/climate shifts are indicated by the more frequent occurrence of black (flood) layers in the sediments. Their peak ≈2600 cal yr BP coincides with a prominent solar minimum and the prevalence of a negative NAO index. View this paper.
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