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Belauer See

Country: Germany
Region: Schleswig-Hollstein
Varve Category: endogenic varves
Archive Type: lacustrine sediments
Lake Type: glacial lake
Maximum Depth: 29.0
Catchment Area: 32.86
Surface Area: 1.154
Elevation: 29.0
Length of Record: 9400
DOI / Reference Link: Access Link
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.
Picture Authors: Stefan Dreibrodt
view of well layered varves

Description: Carbonaceous varves from Belauer See, northern Germany.
Picture Type: macroscopic
comparing 3 different cores

Description: Macroscopic core correlation of early Holocene endogenic (carbonaceous) varves.
Picture Type: macroscopic
Picture Type: macroscopic