Tephrostratigraphy of a Lateglacial lake sediment sequence at Wegliny, southwest Poland. / Housley, Rupert; MacLeod, Alison ; Nalepka, Dorota; Jurochnik, Aleksandra; Masojć, Mirosław; Davies, Lauren; Lincoln, Paul; Ramsey, Christopher Bronk; Gamble, Clive; Lowe, John.

In: Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 77, 14.07.2013, p. 4-18.

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Tephrostratigraphy of a Lateglacial lake sediment sequence at Wegliny, southwest Poland. / Housley, Rupert; MacLeod, Alison ; Nalepka, Dorota; Jurochnik, Aleksandra; Masojć, Mirosław; Davies, Lauren; Lincoln, Paul; Ramsey, Christopher Bronk; Gamble, Clive; Lowe, John.

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Housley, R, MacLeod, A, Nalepka, D, Jurochnik, A, Masojć, M, Davies, L, Lincoln, P, Ramsey, CB, Gamble, C & Lowe, J 2013, 'Tephrostratigraphy of a Lateglacial lake sediment sequence at Wegliny, southwest Poland', Quaternary Science Reviews, vol. 77, pp. 4-18.

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Housley, R., MacLeod, A., Nalepka, D., Jurochnik, A., Masojć, M., Davies, L., Lincoln, P., Ramsey, C. B., Gamble, C., & Lowe, J. (2013). Tephrostratigraphy of a Lateglacial lake sediment sequence at Wegliny, southwest Poland. Quaternary Science Reviews, 77, 4-18.

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Housley R, MacLeod A, Nalepka D, Jurochnik A, Masojć M, Davies L et al. Tephrostratigraphy of a Lateglacial lake sediment sequence at Wegliny, southwest Poland. Quaternary Science Reviews. 2013 Jul 14;77:4-18.

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Housley, Rupert ; MacLeod, Alison ; Nalepka, Dorota ; Jurochnik, Aleksandra ; Masojć, Mirosław ; Davies, Lauren ; Lincoln, Paul ; Ramsey, Christopher Bronk ; Gamble, Clive ; Lowe, John. / Tephrostratigraphy of a Lateglacial lake sediment sequence at Wegliny, southwest Poland. In: Quaternary Science Reviews. 2013 ; Vol. 77. pp. 4-18.

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title = "Tephrostratigraphy of a Lateglacial lake sediment sequence at Wegliny, southwest Poland",
abstract = "This paper presents the first late Quaternary locality in the present-day territories of Poland where multiple cryptotephra layers have been identified. Located near We˛gliny in southwest Poland, study of the Lateglacial gyttja deposits reveals the presence of at least four non-visible tephra horizons. Electron microprobe and laser-ablation ICPMS analysis of glass shards suggests products from at least two Icelandic volcanic centres: Katla and Sn{\ae}sfellsness. Of particular importance is the discovery of two eruptions believed to originate from the east Eifel volcanic field within the Aller{\o}d chronozone. One correlates with the well documented Laacher See Tephra (LST) but the second horizon, herein designated T642/T655 would appear to represent an earlier precursor eruption. The chemical composition of the LST and the precursor tephra both appear to match to the Upper Laacher See Tephra (ULST) phase, which previously was thought to have dispersed not to the northeast but in a southerly direction, towards the Alpine foreland. This indicates the eruption dynamics of the Laacher See are more complex than hitherto recognised.",
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author = "Rupert Housley and Alison MacLeod and Dorota Nalepka and Aleksandra Jurochnik and Miros{\l}aw Masoj{\'c} and Lauren Davies and Paul Lincoln and Ramsey, {Christopher Bronk} and Clive Gamble and John Lowe",
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AU - Masojć, Mirosław

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