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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Loss on ignition as a method for estimating organic and carbonate content in sediments: Reproducibility and comparability of results.--Journal of Paleolimnology, 25, 101-110.
Oikari, "Stratigraphy of wood-derived sterols in sediments historically contaminatedby pulp and paper mill effluents," Journal of Paleolimnology, vol.
Lemcke, "Loss on ignition as a method for estimating organic and carbonate content in sediments: reproducibility and comparability of results," Journal of Paleolimnology, vol.
Using rainfall-runoff modeling to interpret lake level data, Journal of Paleolimnology 18(3): 235-248.
Paasche, "Effects of hydrogen peroxide treatment on measurements of lake sediment grain-size distribution," Journal of Paleolimnology, vol.
Binford, "Paleolimnology of the Peten Lake district, Guatemala, III: Late Pleistocene and Gamblian environments of the Maya area," Hydrobiologia, vol.
(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.
Bindler, "Arsenic contamination of lake sediments in Florida: evidence of herbicide mobility from watershed soils," Journal of Paleolimnology, vol.
Brenner, "A ~6100 14C yr record of El Nino activity from the Galapagos Islands," Journal of Paleolimnology, vol.
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.