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Hahne, Jürgen; Melles, Martin (1999): Pollen analysis of sediment core PG1111. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.55799, Supplement to: Hahne, J; Melles, M (1997): Late and postglacial vegetation and climate history of the south-western Taymyr Peninsula (Central Siberia), as revealed by pollen analysis of sediments from Lama Lake. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 6(1), 1-8, https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01145880

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Abstract:
On the Taymyr Peninsula and Severnaya Zemlya Archipelago, Central Siberia, a joint German/Russian multidisciplinary research project focuses on the Late Quaternary history of climate and environment. Within the scope of this project, palynological studies were carried out on a 10.8-m core from Lama Lake, situated in the south-west of the research area. The core, which did not reach the base of the lacustrine sediments, reveals the vegetation and climate history of the last 17 000 years and demonstrates that this area was not glaciated during that time. The Pleistocene/Holocene transition is, as elsewhere in the northern hemisphere, characterized by increased temperatures during the Bølling, Allerød and Preboreal with interruptions during the Older (post-Bølling) and Younger Dryas events. The Holocene climate optimum at Lama Lake probably occurred within the Boreal period, when dense larch forests developed. The Atlantic period was characterized by warm conditions that favoured the establishment of larch-spruce forests, though a climatic deterioration is also recorded. During the Subboreal, spruce fluctuated in importance, on the basis of which it is suggested that there were two cool periods with an intervening warm period. Since 3000 B.P., the climate has become considerably cooler and forests have degenerated. During the last 1000 years, unfavourable climate conditions have resulted in a forest tundra and widespread tundra communities developing in the Lama Lake region.
Coverage:
Latitude: 69.548000 * Longitude: 90.211000
Date/Time Start: 1993-01-01T00:00:00 * Date/Time End: 1993-01-01T00:00:00
Minimum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 0.01 m * Maximum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 10.92 m
Event(s):
PG1111 * Latitude: 69.548000 * Longitude: 90.211000 * Date/Time: 1993-01-01T00:00:00 * Lake water depth: 52 m * Location: Norilsk/Taymyr, Sibiria * Campaign: Norilsk/Taymyr93 * Basis: AWI Arctic Land Expedition * Method/Device: Composite Core (COMPCORE)
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethod/DeviceComment
1DEPTH, sediment/rockDepthmGeocode
2PinusPin#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
3PiceaPic#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
4LarixLar#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
5SalixSal#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
6BetulaBet#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
7Betula exilis-typeB. exilis-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
8Betula nana-typeBet.n-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
9AlnusAln#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
10Alnus viridisAln.v#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
11JuniperusJun#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
12PopulusPop#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
13Ephedra distachya-typeEph.d-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
14Ephedra fragilis-typeEph.f-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
15HippophaeHpp#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
16RhamnusRha#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
17Arboreal pollenAP#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
18CyperaceaeCypae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
19GramineaeGraae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
20Artemisia (Africa)Artemisi#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
21ThalictrumTha#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
22CaryophyllaceaeCphae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
23ChenopodiaceaeCheae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
24LigulifloraeLigae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
25TubulifloraeTubae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
26AsterAst#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
27ApiaceaeApiae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
28RanunculaceaeRanae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
29RanunculusRan#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
30Ranunculus echinatusRan.e#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
31Ranunculus sabinii-typeRan.s-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
32Papaver-typePap-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
33GentianaceaeGenae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
34Lomatoggonium-typeLomatoggonium-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
35RosaceaeRosae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
36Dryas-typeDry-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
37Potentilla-typePti-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
38BrassicaceaeBraae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
39RubiaceaeRubae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
40GeraniaceaeGerae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
41Rumex arcticus-typeRum.arcticus-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
42RumexRum#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
43OxyriaOxy#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
44PedicularisPed#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
45SaxifragaceaeSaxae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
46SaxifragaSax#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
47Saxifraga nivalis-typeSax.n-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
48Saxifraga cespitosa-typeSax.x-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
49Saxifraga hirculusSax.h#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
50Saxifraga exilisSax.e#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
51Saxifraga hirsutaSax.hu#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
52Ericaceae undifferentiatedEriae.ud#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
53Sanguisorba officinalisSan.o#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
54PrimulaceaePriae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
55LiliaceaeLilae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
56LiliaceaeLilae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
57FabaceaeFabae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
58Saxifraga oppositifoliaSax.o#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
59Plantago major/mediaPla.m/m#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
60AlismataceaeAliae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
61Indeterminata/variaIndet#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
62VariaVaria#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
63AndrosaceAnd#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
64Herniaria-typeHrn-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
65UrticaceaeUrtae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
66FilipendulaFlp#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
67ArmeriaArm#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
68Ranunculus batrachium-typeRan.b-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
69LamiaceaeLamae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
70OnagraceaeOnaae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
71Empetrum-typeEmp-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
72DipsacaceaeDipae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
73TrolliusTro#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
74TriglochinTrg#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
75Cassiope-typeCassiope-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
76EpilobiumEpl#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
77Plantago arctica-typeP. arctica-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
78PolemoniumPoe#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
79Valeriana capitataV. capitata#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
80Sanguisorba minorSan.m#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
81FilicalesFiles#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
82SphagnumSph#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
83Lycopodium indeterminataLyc.indet#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
84Lycopodium alpinum-typeLco.a-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
85Lycopodium complementum-typeL. complementum-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
86Lycopodium annotinum-typeLyc.a-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
87Lycopodium clavatum-typeLyc.c-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
88OphioglossaceaeOphae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
89HuperziaHup#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
90BotryococcusBot#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
91EquisetumEqu#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
92PteridiumPtd#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
93SelaginellaSel#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
94Pediastrum kawraiskyiPed.k#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
95Pediastrum boryanumPed.b#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
96PolygonaceaePolae#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
97Sparganium-typeSpa-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
98Selaginella sibiricaSel.b#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
99Selaginella selaginoidesSel.s#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
100TelyptherisTelyptheris#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
101BotrychiumBot#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
102PotamogetonPot#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
103Lycopodium inundatum-typeL. inundatum-T#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
104NupharNup#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
105PolypodiumPpd#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
106Green mossesGreen mosses#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
107Pediastrum duplexPdi.d#Melles, MartinCounting, palynology
Size:
7096 data points

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