The late Quaternary stratigraphy and environments of northern Eurasia and the adjacent Arctic seas - new contributions from QUEEN

Eds: Thiede J, Bauch HA, Hjort C & Mangerud J

Global and Planetary Change, vol. 31(1-4), 1-474, 2001

Selected papers from the annual QUEEN workshops held in Oystese, Norway, April 1999, and in Lund, Sweden, April 2000. PAGES supported the QUEEN project, through its Polar Programs initiative.

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> The late Quaternary stratigraphy and environments of northern Eurasia and the adjacent Arctic seas—new contributions from QUEEN [p.vii]

> Pleistocene stratigraphy and paleoenvironmental variation from Lomonosov Ridge sediments, central Arctic Ocean [p.1]

> Detailed mineralogical evidence for two nearly identical glacial/deglacial cycles and Atlantic water advection to the Arctic Ocean during the last 90,000 years [p.23]

> Marine ice-rafted debris records constrain maximum extent of Saalian and Weichselian ice-sheets along the northern Eurasian margin [p.45]

> Late Quaternary dinoflagellate cyst stratigraphy at the Eurasian continental margin, Arctic Ocean: indications for Atlantic water inflow in the past 150,000 years [p.65]

> Accumulation of particulate organic carbon at the Eurasian continental margin during late Quaternary times: controlling mechanisms and paleoenvironmental significance [p.87]

> The Late Quaternary evolution of the western Laptev Sea continental margin, Arctic Siberia—implications from sub-bottom profiling [p.105]

> Chronology of the Holocene transgression at the North Siberian margin [p.125]

> A Holocene pollen record from the Laptev Sea shelf, northern Yakutia [p.141]

> Postglacial relative sea-level change and stratigraphy of raised coastal basins on Kola Peninsula, northwest Russia [p.155]

> Late Pleistocene stratigraphy and sedimentary environment of the Arkhangelsk area, northwest Russia [p.179]

> Distinguishing between tills from Valdaian ice sheets in the Arkhangelsk region, Northwest Russia [p.201]

> Early and Middle Valdaian glaciations, ice-dammed lakes and periglacial interstadials in northwest Russia: new evidence from the Pyoza River area [p.215]

> Late Quaternary stratigraphy, radiocarbon chronology, and glacial history at Cape Shpindler, southern Kara Sea, Arctic Russia [p.239]

> Environmental changes on Yugorski Peninsula, Kara Sea, Russia, during the last 12,800 radiocarbon years [p.255]

> Climatic implications of Late Quaternary plant macrofossil assemblages from the Taymyr Peninsula, Siberia [p.265]

> The stratigraphic framework for the Upper Pleistocene of the glaciated Russian Arctic: changing paradigms [p.283]

> Weichselian stratigraphy and glaciotectonic deformation along the lower Pechora River, Arctic Russia [p.297]

> The chronology of a large ice-dammed lake and the Barents–Kara Ice Sheet advances, Northern Russia [p.321]

> Where was the outlet of the ice-dammed Lake Komi, Northern Russia? [p.337]

> Mikulino and Valdai palaeoenvironments in the Vologda area, NW Russia [p.347]

> Modelling the Eurasian Ice Sheet through a full (Weichselian) glacial cycle [p.367]

> Deglaciation chronology of the Scandinavian Ice Sheet from the Lake Onega Basin to the Salpausselkä End Moraines [p.387]

> Extent and age of the Last Glacial Maximum in the southeastern sector of the Scandinavian Ice Sheet [p.407]

> The North Taymyr ice-marginal zone, Arctic Siberia—a preliminary overview and dating [p.427]

> Constraints for the latest glacial advance on Wrangel Island, Arctic Ocean, from rock surface exposure dating [p.447]

> The extent of the Late Weichselian ice sheet in the southeastern Barents Sea [p.453]

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