Seelos, Klemens; Sirocko, Frank; Dietrich, Stephan (2009): Dust-stack 2009 of combined sediment record ELSA. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.868665, Supplement to: Seelos, K et al. (2009): A continuous high-resolution dust record for the reconstruction of wind systems in central Europe (Eifel, Western Germany) over the past 133 ka. Geophysical Research Letters, 36(20), https://doi.org/10.1029/2009GL039716
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The last glacial cycle in Central Europe is dominated by processes of aeolian dust transport and accumulation. These dust deposits are preserved in soils and lake sediments and provide detailed information about the climate variability during cold and dry periods. Especially the transitions from warm into cold periods are characterized by turbulent climate conditions. The main problems of terrestrial paleoclimate reconstructions are the completeness of the core material and a sampling resolution. To detect single dust storms we use a particle detection method, which allows high resolution, sub-annual analyses of sediment structures in undisturbed samples. The ELSA (Eifel Laminated Sediment Archive) stack is a compilation of four different lake sediment cores of the Eifel region (Western Germany) and comprise the period of the last 133 ka. The results of our analyses show high frequencies of dust storm events during the first cold events C24 and C23 after the last warm stage. In opposition, the coldest periods of the last glacial cycle OIS-4 (70-60 ka BP) and OIS-2 (35-14 ka BP) are characterized by stable climate conditions that provide the accumulation of homogenous dust sediments.
Brunck, Heiko; Sirocko, Frank; Albert, Johannes (2016): The ELSA-Flood-Stack: A reconstruction from the laminated sediments of Eifel maar structures during the last 60000 years. Global and Planetary Change, 142, 136-146, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloplacha.2015.12.003
Förster, Michael W; Sirocko, Frank (2016): The ELSA tephra stack: Volcanic activity in the Eifel during the last 500,000 years. Global and Planetary Change, 142, 100-107, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloplacha.2015.07.012
Sirocko, Frank (2016): The ELSA - Stacks (Eifel-Laminated-Sediment-Archive): An introduction. Global and Planetary Change, 142, 96-99, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloplacha.2016.03.011
Sirocko, Frank; Knapp, Hannes; Dreher, Frank; Förster, Michael W; Albert, Johannes; Brunck, Heiko; Veres, Daniel; Dietrich, Stephan; Zech, Michael; Hambach, Ulrich; Röhner, Marieke; Rudert, Saskia; Schwiebus, Klaus; Adams, Christel; Sigl, Petra (2016): Dust record of sediment core DE3. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.868664
Sirocko, Frank; Knapp, Hannes; Dreher, Frank; Förster, Michael W; Albert, Johannes; Brunck, Heiko; Veres, Daniel; Dietrich, Stephan; Zech, Michael; Hambach, Ulrich; Röhner, Marieke; Rudert, Saskia; Schwiebus, Klaus; Adams, Christel; Sigl, Petra (2016): The ELSA-Vegetation-Stack: Reconstruction of Landscape Evolution Zones (LEZ) from laminated Eifel maar sediments of the last 60,000years. Global and Planetary Change, 142, 108-135, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloplacha.2016.03.005
Latitude: 50.160000 * Longitude: 6.830000
Sediment core combination: HL2 (Hoher List Lat.: 50.16526, Long.:6.83639, elevation: 402.5, recovery: 104 m, Gauß-Krüger coordinate system: 2559752/5558994) + OW1 (Oberwinkler Maar Lat.: 50.14263, Long.: 6.93954, elevation: 385, recovery: 49.00 m, Gauß-Krüger coordinate system: 2567153/5556565) + DE3 (Dehner Maar Lat.: 50.2944, Long.: 6.50699, elevation: 565, recovery 87 m, Gauß-Krüger coordinate system: 2536122/5573145) + SM3 (Schalkenmehrener Maar Lat.: 50.17115, Long.: 6.85921, elevation 420 m, recovery: 12 m, Gauß-Krüger coordinate system: 2561375/5559668).
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