Late Pleistocene and Holocene Investigations in Europe - International Conference on Past Global Changes (PAGES)

Eds: Chlachula J, Kadlec J & Catto N

Quaternary International, vol. 91(1), 1-152, 2002

This special issue is a compilation of contributions from the International Conference on Past Global Changes held 6–9 September 2000 in Prague, Czech Republic. These contributions focus on areas within Europe. A companion volume focuses on research outside Europe.

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> Late Pleistocene and Holocene Investigations in Europe, International Conference on Past Global Changes (PAGES), Praha, September 2000 [p.1]
Chlachula J, Kadlec J & Catto N

> Geomagnetic forcing and climatic variations in Europe, North America and in the Pacific Ocean [p.5]
Bucha V & Bucha V Jr.

> The relation between climate and river processes, landforms and deposits during the Quaternary [p.17]
Vandenberghe J

> Change in the frequency of extreme events as the indicator of climatic change in the Holocene (in fluvial systems) [p.25]
Starkel L

> Oscillations of the water balance during the Holocene in interior Central Europe—features, dating and consequences [p.33]
Jäger K-D

> Holocene climatic changes in Iceland: evidence from modelling glacier length fluctuations at Sólheimajökull [p.39]
Mackintosh AN, Dugmore AJ & Hubbard AL

> Quatermalacological analyses for modeling of the Upper Weichselian palaeoenvironmental changes in the Carpathian Basin [p.53]
Sümegi P & Krolopp E

> Evidence of climatic variations in loess and cave Palaeolithic sites of southern Poland and western Ukraine [p.65]
Madeyska T

> Climate changes in East Europe and Siberia at the Late glacial–holocene transition [p.75]
Velichko AA, Catto N, Drenova AN, Klimanov VA, Kremenetski KV & Nechaev VP

> A high-resolution record of Late-Glacial and Early-Holocene climatic and environmental change in the Czech Republic [p.101]
Pokorný P

> Diversified development of mountain mires, Bohemian Forest, Central Europe, in the last 13,000 years [p.123]
Svobodová H, Soukupová L & Reille M

> Climate-induced changes in Holocene calcareous tufa formations, Bohemian Karst, Czech Republic [p.137]
Žák K, Ložek V, Kadlec J, Hladı́ková J & Cı́lek V

 

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