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  Holocene hydroclimatic changes in Northern Peloponnese (Greece) inferred from the multiproxy record of Lake Lousoi

Stamatis, D., Emmanouilidis, A., Masi, A., Izdebski, A., & Avramidis, P. (2022). Holocene hydroclimatic changes in Northern Peloponnese (Greece) inferred from the multiproxy record of Lake Lousoi. Water, 14(4): 641. doi:10.3390/w14040641.

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Stamatis, Dionysios, Author
Emmanouilidis, Alexandros, Author
Masi, Alessia, Author
Izdebski, Adam1, Author              
Avramidis, Pavlos, Author
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1Palaeo-Science and History, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, Max Planck Society, ou_2600691              

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Free keywords: XRF; polje; paleoenvironment; paleoclimate; eastern Mediterranean
 Abstract: This research presents the paleoenvironmental evolution of a drained lake at the Lousoi plateau (northern Peloponnese), for the last 10,000 years, through the study of a 7 m depth core. Analyses conducted on the core include grain size, TOC, TN, pH, EC, total carbonates (), magnetic susceptibility measurements, XRF analysis, and radiocarbon dating. Our paleoenvironmental reconstruction was based on geochemical proxiesrsquo; distribution in the core, combined with sediment physical and textural characteristics and later comparison between additional lacustrine archives from northern Peloponnese. From 10,900 to 7700 cal BP lacustrine, organic-rich deposits were recognized, reflecting increased lake water levels. Wet climatic conditions seem to have prevailed during this phase, interrupted by a dry pulse at 9400 cal BP. Transition to more shallow waters was marked at 8200 cal BP due to increased sediment deposition in the lake, with the environmental status shifting to a more oxygenated phase. Overall, wet conditions prevailed in this period and are in good agreement with regional records. In the Late Holocene period, the lake seems to have been highly affected by pedogenic processes, and thus, it was difficult to distinguish paleoclimatic/paleoenvironmental signals.

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Language(s): eng - English
 Dates: 2022-02-16
 Publication Status: Published online
 Pages: 12
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 Table of Contents: 1. Introduction
2. Study Area
2.1. Regional Setting
2.2. Geological Setting
3. Materials and Methods
3.1. Coring Fieldwork
3.2. Sedimentology
4. Results
4.1. Core Description and Stratigraphy
4.2. Radiocarbon Dating and Age–Depth Model
4.3. Distribution of Geochemical Proxies
5. Discussion
5.1. Early Holocene (11,800–8200 cal BP)
5.2. Middle Holocene (8200–4200 cal BP)
5.3. Late Holocene (4200 cal BP–Present)
6. Conclusions
 Rev. Type: Peer
 Identifiers: DOI: 10.3390/w14040641
Other: shh3154
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Title: Water
  Other : Special Issue: The Impact of Climate Change and Human Activities on Aquatic Environments
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Publ. Info: Basel, Switzerland : MDPI
Pages: - Volume / Issue: 14 (4) Sequence Number: 641 Start / End Page: - Identifier: Other: 2073-4441
CoNE: https://pure.mpg.de/cone/journals/resource/ESSN: 2073-4441