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Permafrost aggradation followed by brutal degradation during the Upper Pleniglacial in Mongolia: the probable response to the H2 Heinrich event at 21 kyr BP / Pascal Bertran, Michel Fontugne, Jacques Jaubert.

Title: Permafrost aggradation followed by brutal degradation during the Upper Pleniglacial in Mongolia: the probable response to the H2 Heinrich event at 21 kyr BP / Pascal Bertran, Michel Fontugne, Jacques Jaubert.
Author(s): Bertran, Pascal.
Fontugne, Michel.
Jaubert, Jacques.
Date: 2003.
In: Permafrost and Periglacial Processes. (2003.), Vol. 14(1) (2003)
Abstract: Equivalent horizon found in Mongolia to Nagelbeek Tongue horizon, used as stratigraphic benchmark, suggests it may characterize whole Eurasiatic continent between latitudes 45° and 50° north. Horizon reflects cold episode marked by aggradation of permafrost, followed by sudden warming that gave rise to permafrost degradation. Correlates indications of this to Heinrich H2 cold event at ca 21 kyr ¹⁴C BP and subsequent interstade.
Notes:

Permafrost and Periglacial Processes. Vol. 14(1) :1-9 (2003).

Keywords: 551.338 -- Ice ages, theories of causation.
551.326.5 -- Floating ice, extraneous matter.
551.345 -- Permafrost. Cryopedology.
E8 -- Glaciology: frost action and permafrost.
(517.3) -- Mongolia.
SPRI record no.: 163674

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