• Media type: E-Article
  • Title: Radiocarbon Age and Geochemistry of the Infillings of Small Closed Depressions from Western Polesie (Poland Se, Ukraine Nw)
  • Contributor: Dobrowolski, Radosław; Ziółek, Marta; Bałaga, Krystyna; Melke, Jerzy; Bogucki, Andrij
  • Source: GEOCHR ; 36 ( 2010 ) S. 39-46
  • Published: Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2010
  • Language: English
  • DOI: 10.2478/v10003-010-0010-8
  • ISSN: 1733-8387; 1897-1695
  • Keywords: Earth and Planetary Sciences (miscellaneous)
  • Abstract: <jats:title>Radiocarbon Age and Geochemistry of the Infillings of Small Closed Depressions from Western Polesie (Poland Se, Ukraine Nw)</jats:title> <jats:p>In this paper we report the results of interdisciplinary investigations of deposits filling small closed depressions in the Western Polesie region. There were reconstructed the environmental changes and the main evolution phases of four morphometrically similar forms (=research sites) situated in the Lublin and Volhynia parts of the Polesie region. The gathered sedimentological, chronostratigraphical, palynological and geochemical data evidence great lithological (peats, gyttja, calcareous tufa) and age (Late Glacial, Neoholocene) differences between the deposits filling individual forms and indirectly suggest their karstic origin.</jats:p>
  • Description: <jats:title>Radiocarbon Age and Geochemistry of the Infillings of Small Closed Depressions from Western Polesie (Poland Se, Ukraine Nw)</jats:title>
    <jats:p>In this paper we report the results of interdisciplinary investigations of deposits filling small closed depressions in the Western Polesie region. There were reconstructed the environmental changes and the main evolution phases of four morphometrically similar forms (=research sites) situated in the Lublin and Volhynia parts of the Polesie region. The gathered sedimentological, chronostratigraphical, palynological and geochemical data evidence great lithological (peats, gyttja, calcareous tufa) and age (Late Glacial, Neoholocene) differences between the deposits filling individual forms and indirectly suggest their karstic origin.</jats:p>
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