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European river activity and climatic change during the lateglacial and early Holocene

European river activity and climatic change during the lateglacial and early Holocene

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Published by G. Fischer, European Science Foundation, Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur in Stuttgart, New York, Strasbourg, Mainz .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe.
    • Subjects:
    • Rivers -- Europe.,
    • Climatic changes -- Europe.,
    • Geomorphology -- Europe.,
    • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Pleistocene.,
    • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Holocene.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Burkhard Frenzel ; co-edited by Jef Vandenberghe ... [et al.].
      SeriesPaläoklimaforschung = Palaeoclimate research,, v. 14, ESF project, "European palaeoclimate and man" ;, special issue 9., Paläoklimaforschung ;, Bd. 14., ESF project, "European palaeoclimate and man" ;, special issue 9.
      ContributionsFrenzel, Burkhard., Vandenberghe, Jef.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGB1281 .E93 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 226 p. :
      Number of Pages226
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL618046M
      ISBN 103437308068, 1560814292
      LC Control Number96216081

      Climate change, the periodic modification of Earth’s climate caused by changes in the atmosphere and interactions between the atmosphere and various other geologic, chemical, biological, and geographic factors. Learn how climate has changed since the last ice age and throughout longer stretches of geologic time.   This paper investigates how former hunter-gatherers living along the southern North Sea coast in NW Europe adapted to long-term and short-term climatic and environmental changes at the beginning of the Holocene. It is argued that contemporaneous hunter-gatherers repeatedly changed their hunting equipment in response to changing climate and .

      Sushma Prasad and Janina Baier, Tracking the impact of mid- to late Holocene climate change and anthropogenic activities on Lake Holzmaar using an updated Holocene chronology, Global and Planetary Change, /cha, , (), ().   Early farming economies spread into the Aegean from SW Asia by 8, years ago; by 8, years ago, they had spread north of the river Danube as far as present-day Hungary and Romania.

      Europe during the early Holocene 7,, 14 C y.a. Warmer-than-present climates allowed forest to spread further north. There are various sources of evidence for warmer summer and winter temperatures across northern Europe during the mid-Holocene (e.g. Vork & Thomsen ); these include pollen evidence of plants extending further north.   Swindles et al. argued that human activity by way of burning and peat erosion during the mid-Holocene should not be underestimated as a significant agent in re-mobilizing tephras deposited in the landscape while other studies, rather worryingly, imply that tephras are prone to density settling through soft sediment (Beierle and Bond, ).


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[Burkhard Frenzel;]. Original language: English: Title of host publication: European river activity and climatic change during the Lateglacial and early Holocene: Subtitle of host publicationCited by:   During the deglaciation that began in the Last Glacial Maximum and later in the Holocene, the main external climate drivers were the modulation of the orbital parameters of the Earth, change in the solar irradiance, volcanic activity, change in the properties of land cover (see Chap.

25), and the concentration of greenhouse gases in the Cited by:   Starkel, L. The place of the Vistula river valley in the late Vistulian-early Holocene evolution of the European valleys.

In: Frenzel, B., editor, European river activity and climatic change during the Lateglacial and early Holocene. ESF Project European Palaeo-climate and Man, Special Issue by: The Roer River has formed five terrace levels since the Weichselian Late Pleniglacial.

Fluvial planform of the Roer River was predominantly climate-controlled during the Lateglacial and Early. Within the book are interspersed pages of illustrations and photographs of difficult groups. European river activity and climatic change during the Lateglacial and early Holocene. Lateglacial sequences from the Paris Basin floodplains provide a general overview of the valley's evolution related to climatic changes from the Weichselian Upper Pleniglacial to the beginning of the Holocene.

Comparison between morphostratigraphical and palaeobiological data allows discussion of fluvial dynamics and related palaeoenvironmental. This may be illustrated with some examples from western and central Europe where typical large meanders remained unchanged during the considerable climatic changes of the Lateglacial, while braided or anastomosed systems were maintained throughout the different climatic conditions of the Last Glacial (Antoine et al., ; Kasse et al., Since and the onset and then the refinement of pollen analytical techniques and a steadily-growing number of pollen diagrams, palynologists have concluded that the Younger Dryas was a distinct period of vegetational change in large parts of Europe during which vegetation of a warmer climate was replaced by that of a generally cold climate, a glacial plant succession.

The sedimentological record reflects changes in fluvial activity (meandering-braided transition in the channel pattern) during Late-Glacial/Holocene and postsedimentological changes (occurrence of a doplerite layer) in the middle Holocene.

We follow three independent lines of interpretation: (a) a local autogenic environmental-succession. In hunters' Stone Age, occurred the hottest time throughout the Holocene, which is called the Holocene Optimum, and lasted almost until the Neolithic period about 4, years before present, then the temperature continued to drop through bronze- iron-age and historical times until it reached a low point in the Little Ice Age in 's.

Uncertainty about the geological processes that deposited syngenetically frozen ice‐rich silt (yedoma) across hundreds of thousands of square kilometres in central and northern.

We estimated minimum mean July temperatures in northwestern and central Europe during the Younger Dryas (10,–10, 14 C yr B.P.) from distributions of climate indicator plant species, which were reconstructed from pollen and plant macrofossil diagrams.

Paleobotanical records, mainly from the central and eastern part of the study area, show that the coldest conditions occurred early.

atmospheric 14C variations in the past, early Holocene calibration of 14C dates is hampered by the presence of two large 14C plateaux, respectively, at ca 10,– and –BP.

No precise calendar age chronology could therefore be obtained from records that covered the Lateglacial/Holocene transition and the Late Preboreal. Climate changes in the arid zones of Africa during Early and Mid Holocene times. In World Climates from to 0 B.C., pp. 72–83, London: Royal Meteorological Society Butzer, K.

The impact of transient climate change, for example at glacial-interglacial transitions, on the alluvial valley of the lower reaches of larger river systems has become a classic topic of fluvial geomorphology and quaternary geological study.

Cremaschi, M, Marchetti, M () Changes in fluvial dynamics in the central Po Plain (Italy) from late Pleistocene to early Holocene. In: Frenzel, B, Vandenberge, J, Kasse, K. (eds) European River Activity and Climatic Change During the Lateglacial and Early Holocene.

Stuttgart: Gustav Fisher Verlag, pp. – Google Scholar. Linkages among climate, vegetation and fire in Fuego-Patagonia during the late-glacial and Holocene PhD: University of Colorado Boulder, A knowledge of past fire regimes and their forcing mechanisms is of fundamental importance for modeling the role of fires in ecosystem response to future climate change.

The Medieval Warm Period (MWP) also known as the Medieval Climate Optimum, or Medieval Climatic Anomaly was a time of warm climate in the North Atlantic region lasting from c. to c. It was likely related to warming elsewhere while some other regions were colder, such as the tropical e global mean temperatures have been calculated to be similar to early.

Climatic Change is dedicated to the totality of the problem of climatic variability and change - its descriptions, causes, implications and interactions among these. The purpose of the journal is to provide a means of exchange among those working in different disciplines on problems related to climatic variations.

Jump to Content Jump to Main Navigation. Home About us Subject Areas About us Subject Areas. On the other hand, δ U displays high values during the Early Holocene (11,–8, cal yr BP), Mid Holocene (4,–7, cal yr BP) and Late Holocene (2, cal yr BP – present). This.The Holocene (/ ˈ h ɒ l.

ə ˌ s iː n, ˈ h ɒ l. oʊ- ˈ h oʊ. l ə- ˈ h oʊ. l oʊ-/ HOL-ə-seen, HOL-oh- HOH-lə- HOH-loh-) is the current geological began approximat cal years before present, after the last glacial period, which concluded with the Holocene glacial retreat.

The Holocene and the preceding Pleistocene together form the Quaternary period.