Andreev, Andrei A; Tarasov, Pavel E; Siegert, Christine; Ebel, Tobias; Klimanov, Vladimir A; Melles, Martin; Bobrov, Anatoly A; Dereviagin, Alexander Yu; Lubinski, David J; Hubberten, Hans-Wolfgang (2003): Pollen record and age determinations on four sites from Taymyr Peninsula, Russia. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.726592, Supplement to: Andreev, AA et al. (2003): Late Pleistocene and Holocene vegetation and climate on the northern Taymyr Peninsula, Arctic Russia. Boreas, 32(3), 484-505, https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1502-3885.2003.tb01230.x
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Pollen data from a Levinson-Lessing Lake sediment core (74°28'N, 98°38'E) and Cape Sabler, Taymyr Lake permafrost sequences (74°33'N, 100°32'E) reveal substantial environmental changes on the northern Taymyr Peninsula during the last c. 32 000 14C years. The continuous records confirm that a scarce steppe-like vegetation with Poaceae, Artemisia and Cyperaceae dominated c. 32 000-10 300 14C yr BP, while tundra-like vegetation with Oxyria, Ranunculaceae and Caryophyllaceae grew in wetter areas. The coldest interval occurred c. 18 000 yr BP. Lateglacial pollen data show several warming events followed by a climate deterioration c. 10 500 14C yr BP, which may correspond with the Younger Dryas. The Late Pleistocene/Holocene transition, c. 10 300-10 000 14C yr BP, is characterized by a change from the herb-dominated vegetation to shrubby tundra with Betula sect. Nanae and Salix. Alnus fruticosa arrived locally c. 9000-8500 14C yr BP and disappeared c. 4000-3500 14C yr BP. Communities of Betula sect. Nanae, broadly distributed at c. 10 000-3500 14C yr BP, almost disappeared when vegetation became similar to the modern herb tundra after 3500-3000 14C yr BP. Quantitative climate reconstructions show Last Glacial Maximum summer temperature about 4°C below the present and Preboreal (c. 10 000 14C yr BP) temperature 2-4°C above the present. Maximum summer temperature occurred between 10 000 and 5500 14C yr BP; later summers were similar to present or slightly warmer.
Median Latitude: 74.521229 * Median Longitude: 99.989700 * South-bound Latitude: 74.473000 * West-bound Longitude: 98.636000 * North-bound Latitude: 74.546400 * East-bound Longitude: 100.533300
Date/Time Start: 1995-05-23T00:00:00 * Date/Time End: 1995-05-23T00:00:00
PG1228 * Latitude: 74.473000 * Longitude: 98.636000 * Date/Time: 1995-05-23T00:00:00 * Lake water depth: 108 m * Location: Taymyr * Campaign: Taymyr95 * Basis: Sampling/drilling in lake * Device: Composite Core (COMPCORE)
SAO1 * Latitude: 74.546400 * Longitude: 100.533300 * Elevation: 47.0 m * Location: Cape Sabler, Taymyr Lake, Taymyr Peninsula, Krasnoyarsk, northern Russia * Device: Geological profile sampling (GEOPRO)
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- Andreev, AA; Tarasov, PE; Siegert, C et al. (2003): Fig. 3. Pollen record of profile PG1228 from lake Levinson-Lessing. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.726594
- Andreev, AA; Tarasov, PE; Siegert, C et al. (2003): Fig. 4. Pollen record of profile SAO1 (Analyst: J. Hahne). https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.726726
- Andreev, AA; Tarasov, PE; Siegert, C et al. (2003): Fig. 5. Pollen record of profile SAO1 (Analyst: G.N. Shilova). https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.726717
- Andreev, AA; Tarasov, PE; Siegert, C et al. (2003): Fig. 7. Pollen record of profile SAO4 (Analyst: G.N. Shilova). https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.726719
- Andreev, AA; Tarasov, PE; Siegert, C et al. (2003): Table 1. Radiocarbon dating on profile PG1228. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.726591
- Andreev, AA; Tarasov, PE; Siegert, C et al. (2003): Table 2. Radiocarbon dating on profile SAO1. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.726549
- Andreev, AA; Tarasov, PE; Siegert, C et al. (2003): Table 2. Radiocarbon dating on profile SAO4. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.726720