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Verleyen, Elie Hodgson, Dominic A. Gibson, John Imura, Satoshi Kaup, Enn Kudoh, Sakae De Wever, Aaike Hoshino, Tamotsu McMinn, Andrew Obbels, Dagmar Roberts, Donna Roberts, Steve Sabbe, Koen Souffreau, Caroline Tavernier, Ines van Nieuwenhuyze, Wim van Ranst, Eric Vindevogel, Nicole and Vyverman, Wim 2012. Chemical limnology in coastal East Antarctic lakes: monitoring future climate change in centres of endemism and biodiversity. Antarctic Science, Vol. 24, Issue. 01, p. 23.
Whitehouse, Pippa L. Bentley, Michael J. and Le Brocq, Anne M. 2012. A deglacial model for Antarctica: geological constraints and glaciological modelling as a basis for a new model of Antarctic glacial isostatic adjustment. Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 32, p. 1.
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Peeters, Karolien Ertz, Damien and Willems, Anne 2011. Culturable bacterial diversity at the Princess Elisabeth Station (Utsteinen, Sør Rondane Mountains, East Antarctica) harbours many new taxa. Systematic and Applied Microbiology, Vol. 34, Issue. 5, p. 360.
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Verleyen, Elie Hodgson, Dominic A. Sabbe, Koen Cremer, Holger Emslie, Steven D. Gibson, John Hall, Brenda Imura, Satoshi Kudoh, Sakae Marshall, Gareth J. McMinn, Andrew Melles, Martin Newman, Louise Roberts, Donna Roberts, Steve J. Singh, Shiv M. Sterken, Mieke Tavernier, Ines Verkulich, Sergey de Vyver, Evelien Van Van Nieuwenhuyze, Wim Wagner, Bernd and Vyverman, Wim 2011. Post-glacial regional climate variability along the East Antarctic coastal margin—Evidence from shallow marine and coastal terrestrial records. Earth-Science Reviews, Vol. 104, Issue. 4, p. 199.
Little is known about the response of terrestrial East Antarctica to climate changes during the last glacialâ€“interglacial cycle. Here we present a continuous sediment record from a lake in the Larsemann Hills, situated on a peninsula believed to have been ice-free for at least 40,000 yr. A mutli-proxy data set including geochronology, diatoms, pigments and carbonate stable isotopes indicates warmer and wetter conditions than present in the early part of the record. We interpret this as Marine Isotope Stage 5e after application of a chronological age-depth model and similar ice core evidence. Dry and cold conditions are inferred during the last glacial, with lake-level minima, floristic changes towards a shallow water algal community, and a greater biological receipt of ultraviolet radiation. During the Last Glacial Maximum and Termination I the lake was perennially ice-covered, with minimal snowmelt in the catchment. After ca. 10,500 cal yr B.P., the lake became seasonally moated or ice-free during summer. Despite a low accumulation rate, the sediments document some Holocene environmental changes including neoglacial cooling after ca. 2450 cal yr B.P., and a gradual increase in aridity and salinity to the present.
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