Long Continental Records from Lake Baikal

Long Continental Records from Lake Baikal

by Kenji Kashiwaya (Editor)

Paperback(Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2003)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9784431679813
Publisher: Springer Japan
Publication date: 11/22/2012
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2003
Pages: 370
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

Long-Term Climatic Changes and Solar Insolation.- Long-Term Late Cenozoic Global Environmental Changes Inferred from Lake Baikal Sediments.- Rift Basin History and Geological Environment.- Paleoclimate Records from the Lake Baikal Sediments and Lava Formations of the South Baikal Volcanic Area.- Geothermal Studies of Underwater Boreholes in Lake Baikal.- Geomorphological Development of the Tunka Depression in the Baikal Rift Zone in Siberia, Russia.- Late Cenozoic Paleoenvironmental Changes Inferred from Long Baikal Sediment Cores.- Paleoenvironmental Changes in the Eurasian Continental Interior during the Last 12 Million Years Derived from Organic Components in Sediment Cores (BDP-96 and BDP-98) from Lake Baikal.- Paleoenvironmental Changes during the Last 12 Million Years in the Eurasian Continental Interior Estimated by Chemical Elements in Sediment Cores (BDP-96 and BDP-98) from Lake Baikal.- Pliocene-Quaternary Vegetation and Climate History of the Lake Baikal Area, Eastern Siberia.- Vegetation Changes in the Baikal Region during the Late Miocene Based on Pollen Analysis of the BDP-98-2 Core.- Residual Photosynthetic Pigments in the Sediment of Lake Baikal as Indicators of Phytoplankton History.- Late Pleistocene and Holocene Environmental Changes in the Lake Baikal Catchment.- Glacial/Interglacial Changes in the Carbon Cycle of Lake Baikal.- Lake Hovsgol in the Late Pleistocene and Holocene: On-Land Geological Evidence for a Change in Its Level.- Pollen Record from the Chivyrkui Bay Outcrop on the Eastern Shore of Lake Baikal since the Late Glacial.- Sedimentary Fe/Mn Layers in Lake Baikal as Evidence of Past and Present Limnological Conditions.- Dating Methods Applied to Baikal Sediments.- Paleomagnetism and Paleoenvironmental Magnetism Studied on BDP-98 Sedimentary Cores from Lake Baikal.- Exploratory Studies of Dating the Baikal Drilling Project Sediment Core (BDP-96) Using Cosmogenic 10Be: Observations and Implications of Higher 10Be Concentrations in Sediments Older than 2.7 Ma.- Evolution and Biodiversity.- Origin and Diversity of the Diatom Genus Eunotia in Lake Baikal: Some Preliminary Considerations.- Diatom Succession in Upper Miocene Sediments of Lake Baikal from the BDP-98 Drill Core.- Late Phocene Spongial Fauna in Lake Baikal (from Material from the Deep Drilling Core BDP-96-1).- Limnology in Lake Baikal and Lake Khubusgul.- A Conceptual Model of Sedimentation Processes for a Hydrogeomorphological Study in Lake Baikal.- Inorganic Characteristics of Surface Sediment from Lake Baikal: Natural Elemental Composition, Redox Condition, and Pb Contamination.- Suspended and Dissolved Forms of Carbon, Nitrogen, and Phosphorus in Lakes Baikal and Hovsgol (Snow, Tributaries, Water, Sediments).- The Contribution of Eolian Material in the Composition of Suspended Matter in the Snow Cover of Ice from the Buguldeika Saddle and Academician Ridge in Lake Baikal.- Key-word Index.

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