Belauer See

Country:

Germany

Region:

Schleswig-Hollstein

Lake type:

glacial lake

Category: endogenic varves

Elevation:

29 m asl

Max depth:

29 m

Surface area:

1.154 km2

Catchment area:

32.86 km2

Length of record:

9400 years

Archive type:

lacustrine sediments

Author of images:

Stefan Dreibrodt

Reference:

Dörfler W, Feeser I, van den Bogaard C, Dreibrodt S, Erlenkeuser H, Kleinmann A, Merkt J, Wiethold J (2012) A high-quality annually laminated sequence from Lake Belau, Northern Germany: Revised chronology and its implications for palynological and tephrochronological studies. The Holocene 22 (12), 1413-1426.

Link to reference or DOI:

http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0959683612449756

Carbonaceous varves from Belauer See, northern Germany. > max. resolution

Macroscopic core correlation of early Holocene endogenic (carbonaceous) varves. > max. resolution