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Multiple oscillations during the Lateglacial as recorded in a multi-proxy, high-resolution record of the Moervaart palaeolake (NW Belgium)

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Lateglacial, Multi-proxy analysis, Lake sediments, Climate reconstruction, Short-scale oscillations, Belgium, LAKE-LEVEL FLUCTUATIONS, NORTH-ATLANTIC REGION, ENVIRONMENTAL-CHANGES, EVENT STRATIGRAPHY, LAST TERMINATION, QUANTITATIVE INDICATORS, VEGETATION DEVELOPMENT, CLIMATIC OSCILLATIONS, SOUTHERN NETHERLANDS, HOLOCENE TRANSITION

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MLA
Bos, Johanna AA, et al. “Multiple Oscillations during the Lateglacial as Recorded in a Multi-Proxy, High-Resolution Record of the Moervaart Palaeolake (NW Belgium).” QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS, vol. 162, 2017, pp. 26–41, doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2017.02.005.
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Bos, J. A., De Smedt, P., Demiddele, H., Hoek, W. Z., Langohr, R., de Melo Marcelino, V., … Crombé, P. (2017). Multiple oscillations during the Lateglacial as recorded in a multi-proxy, high-resolution record of the Moervaart palaeolake (NW Belgium). QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS, 162, 26–41. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2017.02.005
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Bos, Johanna AA, Philippe De Smedt, Hendrik Demiddele, Wim Z Hoek, Roger Langohr, Vera de Melo Marcelino, Nelleke Van Asch, et al. 2017. “Multiple Oscillations during the Lateglacial as Recorded in a Multi-Proxy, High-Resolution Record of the Moervaart Palaeolake (NW Belgium).” QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS 162: 26–41. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2017.02.005.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Bos, Johanna AA, Philippe De Smedt, Hendrik Demiddele, Wim Z Hoek, Roger Langohr, Vera de Melo Marcelino, Nelleke Van Asch, Dirk Van Damme, Thijs Van der Meeren, Jacques Verniers, Pascal Boeckx, Mathieu Boudin, Mona Court-Picon, Peter Finke, Vanessa Gelorini, Stefan Gobert, Oliver Heiri, Koenraad Martens, Frank Mostaert, Lynn Serbruyns, Mark Van Strydonck, and Philippe Crombé. 2017. “Multiple Oscillations during the Lateglacial as Recorded in a Multi-Proxy, High-Resolution Record of the Moervaart Palaeolake (NW Belgium).” QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS 162: 26–41. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2017.02.005.
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Bos JA, De Smedt P, Demiddele H, Hoek WZ, Langohr R, de Melo Marcelino V, et al. Multiple oscillations during the Lateglacial as recorded in a multi-proxy, high-resolution record of the Moervaart palaeolake (NW Belgium). QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS. 2017;162:26–41.
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J. A. Bos et al., “Multiple oscillations during the Lateglacial as recorded in a multi-proxy, high-resolution record of the Moervaart palaeolake (NW Belgium),” QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS, vol. 162, pp. 26–41, 2017.
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  author       = {{Bos, Johanna AA and De Smedt, Philippe and Demiddele, Hendrik and Hoek, Wim Z and Langohr, Roger and de Melo Marcelino, Vera and Van Asch, Nelleke and Van Damme, Dirk and Van der Meeren, Thijs and Verniers, Jacques and Boeckx, Pascal and Boudin, Mathieu and Court-Picon, Mona and Finke, Peter and Gelorini, Vanessa and Gobert, Stefan and Heiri, Oliver and Martens, Koenraad and Mostaert, Frank and Serbruyns, Lynn and Van Strydonck, Mark and Crombé, Philippe}},
  issn         = {{0277-3791}},
  journal      = {{QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS}},
  keywords     = {{Lateglacial,Multi-proxy analysis,Lake sediments,Climate reconstruction,Short-scale oscillations,Belgium,LAKE-LEVEL FLUCTUATIONS,NORTH-ATLANTIC REGION,ENVIRONMENTAL-CHANGES,EVENT STRATIGRAPHY,LAST TERMINATION,QUANTITATIVE INDICATORS,VEGETATION DEVELOPMENT,CLIMATIC OSCILLATIONS,SOUTHERN NETHERLANDS,HOLOCENE TRANSITION}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  pages        = {{26--41}},
  title        = {{Multiple oscillations during the Lateglacial as recorded in a multi-proxy, high-resolution record of the Moervaart palaeolake (NW Belgium)}},
  url          = {{http://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2017.02.005}},
  volume       = {{162}},
  year         = {{2017}},
}

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