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Bulian, Francesca; Enters, Dirk; Zolitschka, Bernd (2019): Geochemical Dataset from a sediment core near Norderney, Wadden Sea (Germany). PANGAEA,, Supplement to: Bulian, Francesca; Enters, Dirk; Schlütz, Frank; Scheder, Juliane; Blume, Katharina; Zolitschka, Bernd; Bittmann, Felix (2019): Multi-proxy reconstruction of Holocene paleoenvironments from a sediment core retrieved from the Wadden Sea near Norderney, East Frisia, Germany. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 225, 106251,

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The coastal area of the southern North Sea passed through several stages of development during the Holocene starting with swamps and bogs on Pleistocene sands. These were covered due to the rising sea-level by brackish and intertidal sediments with intercalated peat layers indicating repeated shoreline replacements. We analysed a 4.6 m-long sediment core recovered south of the island of Norderney (East Frisia, Germany) using a multiproxy approach. The record comprises a vertical stack of changing sedimentary facies, including a basal peat and a second peat layer intercalated between marine sediments, which provides a sedimentological record of local coastal evolution since 7000 cal. BP.
geochemistry; Holocene; Norderney; Wadden Sea; WASA; XRF scanning
Latitude: 53.674170 * Longitude: 7.134180
VVC17 * Latitude: 53.674170 * Longitude: 7.134180 * Elevation: -3.8 m * Recovery: 4.6 m * Location: East Frisian * Method/Device: Core (CORE)
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