Advancing Pleistocene and Holocene Climate Change Research in the Carpathian-Balkan Region

Eds: Veres D & Mîndrescu M

Quaternary International, vol. 293, 1-282, 2013

This special issue resulted from a workshop co-sponsored by PAGES "Climate Change in the Balkan-Carpathian region during the Late Pleistocene & Holocene" held in Romania in June 2011.

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> Advancing Pleistocene and Holocene climate change research in the Carpathian–Balkan region [p.1]
Veres D & Mîndrescu M

> Climatic control of magnetic granulometry in the Mircea Vodă loess/paleosol sequence (Dobrogea, Romania) [p.5]
Necula C, Panaiotu C, Heslop D & Dimofte D

> Combined IRSL and post-IR OSL dating of Romanian loess using single aliquots of polymineral fine grains [p.15]
Vasiliniuc Ş, Vandenberghe DAG, Timar-Gabor A, Cosma C & van den Haute P

> The Campanian Ignimbrite/Y5 tephra layer – A regional stratigraphic marker for Isotope Stage 3 deposits in the Lower Danube region, Romania [p.22]
Veres D, Lane CS, Timar-Gabor A, Hambach U, Constantin D, Szakács A, Fülling A & Onac BP

> Responses of terrestrial ecosystems to Dansgaard–Oeshger cycles and Heinrich-events: A 28,000-year record of environmental changes from SE Hungary [p.34]
Sümegi P, Magyari E, Dániel P, Molnár M & Törőcsik T

> Glaciation in the Rila mountains (Bulgaria) during the Last Glacial Maximum [p.51]
Kuhlemann J, Gachev E, Gikov A, Nedkov S, Krumrei I & Kubik P

> Deglaciation chronology and paleoclimate of the Pięciu Stawów Polskich/Roztoki Valley, high Tatra Mountains, Western Carpathians, since the Last Glacial Maximum, inferred from 36Cl exposure dating and glacier–climate modelling [p.63]
Makos M, Nitychoruk J & Zreda M

> Late Pleistocene glaciers in the western Rodna Mountains, Romania [p.79]
László P, Kern Z & Nagy B

> Holocene vegetation history in the Maramureş Mountains (Northern Romanian Carpathians) [p.92]
Fărcaş S, Tanţău I, Mîndrescu M & Hurdu B

> Lake sediment records of atmospheric pollution in the Romanian Carpathians [p.105]
kinyemi FO, Hutchinson SM, Mîndrescu M & Rothwell JJ

> Using linear discriminant analysis (LDA) of bulk lake sediment geochemical data to reconstruct lateglacial climate changes in the South Carpathian Mountains [p.114]
Braun M, Hubay K, Magyari E, Veres D, Papp I & Bálint M

> Diatom-inferred lateglacial and Holocene climatic variability in the South Carpathian Mountains (Romania) [p.123]
Buczkó K, Magyari EK, Braun M & Bálint M

> A 13,600-year diatom oxygen isotope record from the South Carpathians (Romania): Reflection of winter conditions and possible links with North Atlantic circulation changes [p.136]
Magyari EK, Demény A, Buczkó K, Kern Z, Vennemann T, Fórizs I, Vincze I, Braun M, Kovács JI, Udvardi B & Veres D

> Mid-Holocene climate conditions and moisture source variations based on stable H, C and O isotope compositions of speleothems in Hungary [p.150]
Demény A, Czuppon G, Siklósy Z, Leél-Őssy S, Lin K, Shen C-C & Gulyás K

> Vegetation and climate history of the Lake Prespa region since the Lateglacial [p.157]
Panagiotopoulos K, Aufgebauer A, Schäbitz F & Wagner B

> First high-resolution marinopalynological stratigraphy of Late Quaternary sediments from the central part of the Bulgarian Black Sea area [p.170]
Filipova-Marinova M, Pavlov D, Coolen M & Giosan L

> Holocene record of environmental changes and palaeoclimatic implications in Alykes Lagoon, Zakynthos Island, western Greece, Mediterranean Sea [p.184]
Avramidis P, Geraga M, Lazarova M & Kontopoulos N

> Malacological sequence from profile of calcareous tufa in Groń (Podhale Basin, southern Poland) as an indicator of the Late Glacial/Holocene boundary [p.196]
Alexandrowicz WP

> Medieval accumulation in the Upper Dniester river valley: The role of human impact and climate change in the Carpathian Foreland [p.207]
Gębica P, Starkel L, Jacyšyn A & Krąpiec M

> Interdisciplinary investigations of the first reported laminated lacustrine sediments in Romania [p.219]
Mîndrescu M, Cristea AI, Hutchinson SM, Florescu G & Feurdean A

> Geoarchaeology of the ancient and medieval Danube Delta: Modeling environmental and historical changes. A review [p.231]
Romanescu G

> The impact of the Late Holocene coastal changes on the rise and decay of the ancient city of Histria (southern Danube delta) [p.245]
Vespremeanu-Stroe A, Preoteasa L, Hanganu D, Brown AG, Bîrzescu I, Toms P & Timar-Gabor A

> Multiple tree-ring proxies (earlywood width, latewood width and δ13C) from pedunculate oak (Quercus robur L.), Hungary [p.257]
Kern Z, Patkó M, Kázmér M, Fekete J, Kele S & Pályi Z

> Determining steady-state accumulation-area ratios of outlet glaciers for application of outlets in climate reconstructions [p.268]
Ignéczi A, Nagy B

> Impacts of anthropogenic effects on river ice regime: Examples from Eastern Central Europe [p.275]
Takács K, Kern Z & Nagy B

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