Kelly, Thomas J. Hardiman, Mark Lovelady, Michael Lowe, J. John Matthews, Ian P. and Blockley, Simon P.E. 2017. Scottish early Holocene vegetation dynamics based on pollen and tephra records from Inverlair and Loch Etteridge, Inverness-shire. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, Vol. 128, Issue. 1, p. 125.
Dräger, Nadine Theuerkauf, Martin Szeroczyńska, Krystyna Wulf, Sabine Tjallingii, Rik Plessen, Birgit Kienel, Ulrike and Brauer, Achim 2017. Varve microfacies and varve preservation record of climate change and human impact for the last 6000 years at Lake Tiefer See (NE Germany). The Holocene, Vol. 27, Issue. 3, p. 450.
Jones, Gwydion Lane, Christine S. Brauer, Achim Davies, Siwan M. de Bruijn, Renée Engels, Stefan Haliuc, Aritina Hoek, Wim Z. Merkt, Josef Sachse, Dirk Turner, Falko and Wagner-Cremer, Friederike 2017. The Lateglacial to early Holocene tephrochronological record from Lake Hämelsee, Germany: a key site within the European tephra framework. Boreas,
Jones, Gwydion Davies, Siwan M. Farr, Gareth John and Bevan, Jamie 2017. Identification of the Askja-S Tephra in a rare turlough record from Pant-y-Llyn, south Wales. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, Vol. 128, Issue. 4, p. 523.
Wohlfarth, Barbara Muschitiello, Francesco L. Greenwood, Sarah Andersson, August Kylander, Malin Smittenberg, Rienk H. Steinthorsdottir, Margret Watson, Jenny and Whitehouse, Nicola J. 2017. Hässeldala - a key site for Last Termination climate events in northern Europe. Boreas, Vol. 46, Issue. 2, p. 143.
Brauer, Achim Wulf, Sabine Ott, Florian Błaszkiewicz, Mirosław and Słowiński, Michał 2017. Comment on the paper ‘Impact of volcanic eruptions on the environment and climatic conditions in the area of Poland (Central Europe)’ by A. Gałaś. Earth-Science Reviews, Vol. 172, p. 248.
Lowe, J.J. Palmer, A.P. Carter-Champion, A. MacLeod, A. Ramírez-Rojas, I. and Timms, R.G.O. 2017. Stratigraphy of a Lateglacial lake basin sediment sequence at Turret Bank, upper Glen Roy, Lochaber: implications for the age of the Turret Fan. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, Vol. 128, Issue. 1, p. 110.
Timms, Rhys Gregory Owen Matthews, Ian Peter Palmer, Adrian Paul Candy, Ian and Abel, Lawrence 2017. A high-resolution tephrostratigraphy from Quoyloo Meadow, Orkney, Scotland: Implications for the tephrostratigraphy of NW Europe during the Last Glacial-Interglacial Transition. Quaternary Geochronology, Vol. 40, p. 67.
Lind, Ewa M. Lilja, Carl Wastegård, Stefan and Pearce, Nicholas J. G. 2016. Revisiting the Borrobol Tephra. Boreas, Vol. 45, Issue. 4, p. 629.
Wulf, Sabine Dräger, Nadine Ott, Florian Serb, Johanna Appelt, Oona Guðmundsdóttir, Esther van den Bogaard, Christel Słowiński, Michał Błaszkiewicz, Mirosław and Brauer, Achim 2016. Holocene tephrostratigraphy of varved sediment records from Lakes Tiefer See (NE Germany) and Czechowskie (N Poland). Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 132, p. 1.
Ott, Florian Wulf, Sabine Serb, Johanna Słowiński, Michał Obremska, Milena Tjallingii, Rik Błaszkiewicz, Mirosław and Brauer, Achim 2016. Constraining the time span between the Early Holocene Hässeldalen and Askja-S Tephras through varve counting in the Lake Czechowskie sediment record, Poland. Journal of Quaternary Science, Vol. 31, Issue. 2, p. 103.
Gudmundsdóttir, Esther Ruth Larsen, Gudrún Björck, Svante Ingólfsson, Ólafur and Striberger, Johan 2016. A new high-resolution Holocene tephra stratigraphy in eastern Iceland: Improving the Icelandic and North Atlantic tephrochronology. Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 150, p. 234.
MacLeod, A. and Davies, S. M. 2016. Caution in cryptotephra correlation: resolving Lateglacial chemical controversies at Sluggan Bog, Northern Ireland. Journal of Quaternary Science, Vol. 31, Issue. 4, p. 406.
Davies, Lauren J. Jensen, Britta J.L. Froese, Duane G. and Wallace, Kristi L. 2016. Late Pleistocene and Holocene tephrostratigraphy of interior Alaska and Yukon: Key beds and chronologies over the past 30,000 years. Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 146, p. 28.
Ampel, Linda Kylander, Malin E. Steinthorsdottir, Margret and Wohlfarth, Barbara 2015. Abrupt climate change and early lake development - the Lateglacial diatom flora at Hässeldala Port, southeastern Sweden. Boreas, Vol. 44, Issue. 1, p. 94.
MacLeod, A. Matthews, I.P. Lowe, J.J. Palmer, A.P. and Albert, P.G. 2015. A second tephra isochron for the Younger Dryas period in northern Europe: The Abernethy Tephra. Quaternary Geochronology, Vol. 28, p. 1.
Muschitiello, Francesco Andersson, August Wohlfarth, Barbara and Smittenberg, Rienk H. 2015. The C20 highly branched isoprenoid biomarker – A new diatom-sourced proxy for summer trophic conditions?. Organic Geochemistry, Vol. 81, p. 27.
Bronk Ramsey, Christopher Housley, Rupert A. Lane, Christine S. Smith, Victoria C. and Pollard, A. Mark 2015. The RESET tephra database and associated analytical tools. Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 118, p. 33.
Bronk Ramsey, Christopher Albert, Paul G. Blockley, Simon P.E. Hardiman, Mark Housley, Rupert A. Lane, Christine S. Lee, Sharen Matthews, Ian P. Smith, Victoria C. and Lowe, John J. 2015. Improved age estimates for key Late Quaternary European tephra horizons in the RESET lattice. Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 118, p. 18.
Larsen, Jeppe Joel and Noe-Nygaard, Nanna 2014. Lateglacial and early Holocene tephrostratigraphy and sedimentology of the Store Slotseng basin, SW Denmark: a multi-proxy study. Boreas, Vol. 43, Issue. 2, p. 349.
Analyses of two infilled lakes in Blekinge, southeast Sweden, indicate the presence of at least three tephra horizons of Termination 1 and early Holocene age. Geochemical analyses confirm the presence of the Borrobol Tephra, the Askja Tephra (10,000 14C yr B.P.), and one previously unreported tephra of Icelandic origin. Extending the limits of the Borrobol Tephra to Scandinavia illustrates that this ash is far more widespread than previously realized and is therefore, an important marker horizon for determining the rate and timing of the initial warming at the start of Greenland Interstade 1 (GI-1) within Europe. The relatively unknown Askja Tephra and the newly discovered Hässeldalen Tephra are stratigraphically placed at the Younger Dryas/Preboreal transition. This paper demonstrates the suitability and success associated with the extraction techniques for tracing microtephra horizons in areas distal to volcanic sources.
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