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Remains of animals in Quaternary lake and bog sediments and their interpretation

David G. Frey

Remains of animals in Quaternary lake and bog sediments and their interpretation

by David G. Frey

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Published by E. Schweizerbart in Stuttgart .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sediments (Geology),
  • Paleontology

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesArchiv für Hydrobiologie. Beihefte -- Nr. 2., Ergebnisse der Limnologie -- Heft v. 2.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH98 .E7 (Heft 2)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination114 p. :
    Number of Pages114
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26537356M
    LC Control Number67006990

    Frey, D.G. Remains of animals in Quaternary lake and bog sediments and their interpretation. Arch. Hydrobiol. Beig. Small Mammal remains from the Wasden site (Owl Cave), Bonneville County, Idaho. Frey, D.G. Remains of animals in Quaternary lake and bog sediments and their interpretation. Arch. Hydrobiol. Beig. Ergebnisse der. In Kopouatai bog in northern New Zealand, Newnham et al. were able to map lake distribution on the bog surface c. cal year bp using patterns of grading within the Tuhua tephra. The tephra was reversely graded in some cores, indicating a lacustrine depositional environment, but not in others that were normally graded, and thus inferred to Cited by: 1.

    How did we develop from simple animals inhabiting small pockets of forest in Africa to the dominant species on Earth? Traveling back almost eight million years to our earliest primate relatives, Evolution: The Human Story charts the development of our species from tree-dwelling primates to modern humans. Investigating each of our ancestors in detail and in context, from . Royer et al. () illustrated the strength of model-data comparisons in their analysis of the role of CO 2 in driving climate during the past Ma. How CO 2 functions as a greenhouse gas is now well established through observations, experiments, and modeling of the present day atmosphere as well as the analysis of climatic proxies and CO 2 in the Quaternary .

    Lake sediments and wetland peat deposits form a selective trap for a variety of plant and animal remains and elements, such as carbon, phosphorus, sulfur, iron, and manganese that are stored at varying concentrations depending on the activities that were occurring at the time the sediment layer was formed. E&G Eiszeitalter und Gegenwart Quaternary Science Journal. Vo lume 60 / Numbe r 1 / 2 0 1 1 / D O I: 1 0. 3 2 8 5 / e g. 6 0. 1 / I S S N 0 4 2 4 - 7 1 1 6 / w w w. q u a te r n a r y- s c i e.


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Remains of animals in Quaternary lake and bog sediments and their interpretation by David G. Frey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Book Reviews Ergebnisse der Limnologie. vol. 2, Remains of Animals in Quaternary Lake and Bog Sediments and Their Interpretation.

David G. Frey, Schweizerbart'sche, Stuttgart, Germany, ii + pp. Illus. : W. Edmondson. Add tags for "Remains of animals in Quaternary lake and bog sediments and their interpretation.". Be the first. Limnology. (Book Reviews: Ergebnisse der Limnologie. vol. 2, Remains of Animals in Quaternary Lake and Bog Sediments and Their Interpretation)Author: H.

Thompson. Tardigrade remains from lake sediments. bog sediments and their interpretation. Arch Hydrobiol Remains of animals in Quaternary lake and bog sediments and their interpretation. The remains of diatoms, cladocerans, and midges are usually the most abundant of freshwater organisms and to now have been most useful in interpreting past conditions in a lake.

Each taxocene consists of two separate communities, one in the warm littoral zone and the other offshore. Remains of inshore organisms are moved offshore by wind-generated currents, Cited by: Fossil egg sacs of Diaptomus (Crustaceae: Copepoda) in Late Quaternary lake sediments Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Paleolimnology 19(1) Author: Ole Bennike.

In most cases, lake sediments are considered die primary archives, however other deposits (e.g., sediments from rivers, bogs, wetlands, marshes, estuaries, and so forth) also contain important proxy data of past environmental change, and many of the approaches discussed in this book can be equally applied to these by: 3.

Quaternary (ISSN X) is an international peer-reviewed open-access journal that covers all aspects of Quaternary Science, embracing the whole range of scientific fields related to geological, geographical, biological, physical, chemical, environmental and human sciences.

It publishes reviews, research articles, communications, technical notes and essays. Remains of animals in Quaternary lake of interpretation easier, and bog sediments and their interpretation.

Arch. For example, Wilkinson () demonstrated by: Chaoborus are well suited for paleolimnological studies for a variety of reasons. Their chitinized mandibles (Fig.

2, Fig. 3) are well preserved, and are commonly found in lake sediments (Frey, ; Stahl, ; Uutala, ).Chaoborus mandibles can be analyzed using the same methods used for chironomid remains, for which preparation techniques have been well established Cited by: Frey D.G.

The ecological significance of cladoceran remains in lake sediments. Ecol – Frey D.G. Differentiation of Alona costata Sars from two re-lated species (Cladocera, Chydoridae). Crustaceana 8, – Frey D.G. Remains of animals in Quaternary lake and bog sediments and their interpretation. Archiv.

REMAINS OF ANIMALS IN QUATERNARY LAKE AND BOG SEDIMENTS AND THEIR INTERPRETATION. By David G. Frey. Ergebnisse der Limnologie, Hefte 2 (Beihefte, Archiv fur Hydrobiologie).

Schweizerbart'sche, Stuttgart. DM ($). This is the second in a series of major review issues published as supple-ments to the Archiv fur Hydrobiologie.

@article{osti_, title = {Fossil moss mites (Arthropoda: Oribatida): an introduction to their morphology and potential for Quaternary paleoecological interpretation}, author = {Erickson, J.M.}, abstractNote = {Although attention has been called to their presence as fossils in Quaternary lake and bog deposits a number of times, the moss mites (Arthropoda; Oribatida) have never been.

Studia Quaternaria. Algal and invertebrate microfossil assemblages from lake sediments in the reconstruction of past community dynamics - preliminary information. Autorzy.

Antipushina, Z., Szeroczyńska, Remains of animals in Quaternary lake and bog sediments and their interpretation. (Ergebnisse der Limnologie), Archiv fur. The geographic position of Illinois and Wisconsin makes them unique in the glacial history of North America, because glacial lobes from both east and west of Hudson Bay, Canada, extensively invaded them and attained the southernmost limit of continental glaciation in the northern hemisphere (Fig.

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Frey, D.G. Remains of animals in Quaternary lake and bog sediments and their interpretation. Archiv für Hydrobiologie Beiheft / Ergebnisse der Limnologie 2, Cited by: The Quaternary period (from ± million years ago to the present) saw the extinctions of numerous predominantly megafaunal species, which resulted in a collapse in faunal density and diversity and the extinction of key ecological strata across the globe.

The most prominent event in the Late Pleistocene is differentiated from previous Quaternary pulse extinctions by the.

The story of the "ecocide" and collapse of the civilization on Easter Island, or Rapa Nui in the native language, became very popular with Author: David Bressan. Wetlands tend to occupy depressions and low-gradient portions of the landscape in places where the phreatic zone is at least ephemerally exposed at the surface, and hydrophytic vegetation, such as sedges (e.g., Carex, Cyperus), cattails (Typha), mosses (Sphagnum), and others, has an opportunity to colonize ().Such conditions have been documented on hillslopes, fluvial.

The book concentrates on the regions bordering the Mediterranean Sea, western and central Europe, China, Japan, West and South Africa and the southwestern USA. This book will be of value to researchers and professionals in hydrology, climatology, geology Author: Arie S.

Issar.The first sediments were sand, silt, and clay. As climate warmed and lake productivity increased, organic-rich lake mud accumulated, starting at or near the Pleistocene/Holocene boundary or early in the Holocene. Peat accumulation began in southern parts of glaciated North America in the early Holocene.Despite the societal importance of extreme hydroclimate events, few palaeoenvironmental studies of Scandinavian lake sediments have investigated flood occurrences.

Here we present a flood history based on lithological, geochemical and mineral magnetic records of a Holocene sediment sequence collected from contourite drift deposits in Lake Storsjön (° N, ° E).Cited by: 3.