Reviews and other iconic publications

Anderson, R.Y., Dean, W.E., Bradbury, J.P., Love, D., 1985. Meromictic lakes and varved sediments in North America. United States Geological Survey Bulletin 1607, 1-19.

Bradbury, J.P., Dean, W.E. (eds.), 1993. Elk Lake, Minnesota: Evidence for rapid climate change in the north-central United States. Geological Society of America, Special Paper, 276: 1-336.

Brauer, A., 2004. Annually laminated lake sediments and their palaeoclimatic relevance. In: The climate in historical times - Towards a synthesis of Holocene proxy data and climate models (eds. Fischer, H., Kumke, T., Lohmann, G., Flöser, G., Miller, H., Storch, H.v. and Negendank, J.F.W.), Springer Verlag, 109-128.

De Geer, G., 1912. A geochronology of the last 12,000 years. Compte Rendu 11 Congrès Géologique International, 11th International Geological Congress (1910), Stockholm, Sweden, vol. 1, 241-253.

Hicks, S., Miller, U., Saarnisto, M. (eds.), 1994. Laminated sediments. Rixensart, Belgium, Council of Europe, Journal of the European Study Group on Physical, Chemical, Biological and Mathematical Techniques Applied to Archaeology 41, 148 pp.

Hughen, K.A., Zolitschka, B., 2007. Varved marine sediments. In: S.A. Elias (ed.), Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science. Elsevier; Amsterdam: 3114-3123.

Jenny, J.-P., P. Francus, A. Normandeau, F. Lapointe, M.-E. Perga, A.E.K. Ojala, A. Schimmelmann, B. Zolitschka, 2016. Global spread of hypoxia in freshwater ecosystems during the last three centuries is caused by rising local human pressure. Global Change Biology 22: 1481-1489.

Jenny, J.-P., A. Normandeau, P. Francus, Z.E. Taranu, I. Gregory-Eaves, F. Lapointe, J. Jautzy, A.E.K. Ojala, J.-M. Dorioz, A. Schimmelmann, B. Zolitschka, 2016. Urban point sources of nutrients were the leading cause for the historical spread of hypoxia across European lakes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) 113: 12655-12660.

Kemp, A.E.S. (ed.), 1996. Palaeoclimatology and palaeoceanography from laminated sediments. Geological Society of London Special Publication 116, 258 pp.

Ojala, A.E.K, Francus, P., Zolitschka, B., Behl, R., Besonen, M., Lamoureux, S.F., 2012. Characteristics of sedimentary varve chronologies – a review. Quaternary Science Reviews 43, 45-60.

O'Sullivan, P.E., 1983. Annually laminated lake sediments and the study of Quaternary environmental changes. Quaternary Science Reviews 1, 245-313.

Ralska-Jasiewiczowa, M., Goslar, T., Madeyska, T., Starkel, L., (eds.) 1998. Lake Gosciaz, central Poland - A monographic study, Part 1. Krakow, W. Szafer Institute of Botany, 340 pp.

Renberg, I., 1976. Annually laminated sediments in Lake Rudetjärn, Medelpad province, northern Sweden. Geologiska Föreningens i Stockholm Förhandlingar 98 (4), 355-360.

Saarnisto, M., 1986. Annually laminated lake sediments. In: Handbook of Holocene Palaeoecology and Palaeohydrology (ed. B.E. Berglund), Wiley and Sons, Chichester and New York, 343-370.

Schimmelmann, A., Lange, C.B., Schieber, J., Francus, P., Ojala, A.E.K., Zolitschka, B., 2016. Varves in marine sediments: A review. Earth-Science Reviews 159, 215-246.

Schlüchter, C. (ed.), 1979. Moraines and Varves. Rotterdam, A.A. Balkema, 441 pp.

Sturm, M., Matter, A., 1978. Turbidites and varves in Lake Brienz (Switzerland): deposition of clastic detritus by density currents. In: Matter, A., Tucker, M.E. (eds.), Modern and Ancient Lake Sediments, Special Publication No. 2 of the International Association of Sedimentologists, Blackwell Scientific Publications, 147-168.

Wehrli, B., 1997. High resolution varve studies at Baldeggersee. Aquatic Sciences, 59: 285-375.

Welten, M., 1944. Pollenanalytische, stratigraphische und geochronologische Untersuchungen aus dem Faulenseemoos bei Spiez. Veröffentlichungen des Geobotanischen Instituts RübeI in Zürich 21, 201p.

Zolitschka, B., 2007. Varved lake sediments. In: S.A. Elias (ed.), Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science. Elsevier, Amsterdam; 3105-3114.

Zolitschka, B., P. Francus, A.E.K. Ojala, A. Schimmelmann, 2015. Varves in lake sediments – a review. Quaternary Science Reviews 117: 1-41.