paleolimnology


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paleolimnology

[¦pāl·ē·ō·lim′näl·ə·jē]
(geology)
The study of the past conditions and processes of ancient lakes.
The study of the sediments and history of existing lakes.
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2011): "Climate changes and human activities recorded in the sediments of Lake Estanya (NE Spain) during the Medieval Warm Period and Little Ice Age", Journal of Paleolimnology, 46, pp.
Biogeochemistry and Paleolimnology of Sediments from Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada.
Barnett, Elizabeth J 1994 'A Holocene paleo-environmental history of Lake Alexandrina, South Australia', Journal of Paleolimnology 12:259-68.
1993, Holocene paleohydrology of a hypersaline lake in southeastern Alberta: Journal of Paleolimnology, v.
An important vehicle for the study of this change is paleolimnology, which uses sediment and ice cores to investigate historical modifications to the environment.
Paleolimnology is the study of water life and sediments from preexisting geological time periods.
Aphotic pigment degradation in the hypolimnion: implications for sedimentation studies and paleolimnology.
Beltran-Morales (2004), "Upper Pleistocene and Holocene Paleosalinity and Trophic State Changes in Relation to Sea Level Variation in Rocha Lagoon, Southern Uruguay", Journal of Paleolimnology, Vol.
Organic geochemical evidence for environmental changes since 34,000 yrs BP from Lago di Mezzano, central Italy // Journal of Paleolimnology.
His latest research appears in the April 2006 Journal of Paleolimnology, a scientific publication that addresses the reconstruction of lake history.
Writing in The Journal of Paleolimnology, Nof and his colleagues point out that freezing processes probably occurred in the region in the last 12,000 years, icing over the freshwater Sea of Galilee.