Book Volume 208 2009

Palaeolimnological Proxies as Tools of Environmental Reconstruction in Fresh Water

ISBN: 978-90-481-3386-4 (Print) 978-90-481-3387-1 (Online)

Table of contents (19 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-vi

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    Pages 1-2

    Foreword: A virtual congress on palaeolimnology—palaeolimnological proxies as tools for environmental reconstruction in fresh water

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    Pages 3-28

    Review of dated Late Quaternary palaeolimnological records in the Carpathian Region, east-central Europe

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    Pages 29-63

    Palaeolimnology of the last crater lake in the Eastern Carpathian Mountains: a multiproxy study of Holocene hydrological changes

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    Pages 65-85

    Subfossil diatoms and chironomids along an altitudinal gradient in the High Tatra Mountain lakes: a multi-proxy record of past environmental trends

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    Pages 87-106

    Palaeoclimatic signals and anthropogenic disturbances from the peatbog at Nagybárkány (North Hungary)

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    Pages 107-120

    Late Pleistocene-early Holocene transition recorded in the sediments of a former shallow lake in the Czech Republic

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    Pages 121-141

    A multi-proxy Late-glacial palaeoenvironmental record from Lake Bled, Slovenia

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    Pages 143-154

    Lake-peat bog transformation recorded in the sediments of the Stare Biele mire (Northeastern Poland)

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    Pages 155-172

    Diatoms as a proxy in reconstructing the Holocene environmental changes in the south-western Baltic Sea: the lower Rega River Valley sedimentary record

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    Pages 173-183

    Reconstruction of human influence during the last two centuries on two small oxbow lakes near Warsaw (Poland)

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    Pages 185-195

    Larval chaoborid mandibles in surface sediments of small shallow lakes in Finland: implications for palaeolimnology

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    Pages 197-211

    Holocene climate on the Modoc Plateau, northern California, USA: the view from Medicine Lake

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    Pages 213-230

    Multiproxy study of anthropogenic and climatic changes in the last two millennia from a small mire in central Poland

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    Pages 231-245

    Sedimentary multiproxy response to hydroclimatic variability in Lagunillo del Tejo (Spain)

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    Pages 247-266

    Basin elevation and salinity changes: late Holocene development of two freshwater lakes at the Karelian White Sea coast, northwest Russia as reflected in their sediments

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    Pages 267-277

    An approach to the recent environmental history of Pilica Piaski spring (southern Poland) using diatoms

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    Pages 279-287

    Diatom-inferred trophic history of IJsselmeer (The Netherlands)

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    Pages 289-302

    Palaeolimnology of Lake Hess (Patagonia, Argentina): multi-proxy analyses of short sediment cores

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    Pages 303-327

    A multi-proxy paleolimnological reconstruction of trophic state reference conditions for stratified carbonate-rich lakes in northern Germany