Moreover, the sequences of glaciolacustrine varved clays from both, proximal and distal sides of the ridge, as well as from the top, are easy to correlate varve
In our days, when annually laminated sediments have been discovered in different sedimentological environments, varve
has become a common word for a sediment structure representing the deposition during a single year, including several seasonal sublayers of different composition and colour.
It is correlated to the ice recession line of 11 965 BP in Sweden (Eriksson 1992) or dated back to about 11 800 varve
years BP (Hang & Sandgren 1996).
formation and the climatic record in an alpine proglacial lake: Calibrating annually-laminated sediments against hydrological and meteorological data.
Master cores were taken from each lake for detailed lithostratigraphic description and varve
counting at the locations providing the most complete late glacial stratigraphical record.
, seismites and tsunamites in the Swedish Varve
These tree-ring data and varve
data from leaves are simply excellent to tie together the varve
data to tree-ring data, because there are 4,000 years of overlap.
A Armenian order of clergy B Type of walrus C Layer of clay deposited in still water who am I?
Esialgu voidi tooriistu ja varve
tema pojale hoida, ent tolle surma voi valismaale siirdumise jarel muudi need arvatavasti monele meistrile voi tsunftile maha.
Reconstruction of climate and glacial history based on a comparison of varve
and tree-ring records from Mirror Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada.
This layered deposit of sediment is called a varve
, and the researchers used glacial varves
collected in the 1980s and 1990s for (http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41467-017-01273-1) their study , corresponding to a 1,000-year time period between 13,000 and 12,000 years ago. A thicker layer in a varve
is an indicator of more melting since a larger volume of water would be needed to carry more debris.