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1400-year cold/warm fluctuations reflected by environmental magnetism of a lake sediment core from the Chen Co, southern Tibet, China
Zhu, L-p.; Zhang, P-z.; Xia, W-l.; Li, B-y.; Chen, L.
Phototrophic activity and redox condition in Lake Hamana, Japan, indicated by sedimentary photosynthetic pigments and molybdenum over the last ∼250 years
Itoh, N.; Tani, Y.; Nagatani, T.; Soma, M.
Subfossil Chironomidae from Lake Tanganyika, East Africa. 2. Chironominae (Chironomini and Tanytarsini)
Eggermont, H.; Verschuren, D.
The transport and mass balance of fallout radionuclides in Blelham Tarn, Cumbria (UK)
Appleby, P.G.; Haworth, E.Y.; Michel, H.; Short, D.B.; Laptev, G.; Piliposian, G.T.
Chironomids as quantitative indicators of mean July air temperature: validation by comparison with century-long meteorological records from northern Sweden
Larocque, I.; Hall, R.I.
Cladoceran stratigraphy in two shallow brackish lakes with special reference to changes in salinity, macrophyte abundance and fish predation
Lildal Amsinck, S.; Jeppesen, E.; Ryves, D.
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