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A high-resolution climate record spanning the past 17?000 years recovered from Lake Ohau, South Island, New Zealand

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Title
A high-resolution climate record spanning the past 17?000 years recovered from Lake Ohau, South Island, New Zealand
Other Titles
뉴질랜드 남섬 오하우 호수의 지난 17000년의 고해상도 기후 기록
Authors
Levy, Richard H.
Dunbar, Gavin B.
Vandergoes, Marcus J.
Howarth, Jamie D.
Kingan, Tony
Pyne, Alex R.
Brotherston, Grant
Clarke, Michael
Dagg, Bob
Hill, Matthew
Kenton, Evan
Little, Steve
Mandeno, Darcy
Moy, Chris
Muldoon, Philip
Doyle, Patrick
Raines, Conrad
Rutland, Peter
Strong, Delia
Terezow, Marianna
Cochrane, Leise
Cossu, Remo
Fitzsimons, Sean
Florindo, Fabio
Forrest, Alexander L.
Gorman, Andrew R.
Kaufman, Darrell S.
Lee, Min Kyung
Li, Xun
Lurcock, Pontus
McKay, Nicholas
Nelson, Faye
Purdie, Jennifer
Roop, Heidi A.
Schladow, S. Geoffrey
Sood, Abha
Upton, Phaedra
Walker, Sharon L.
Wilson, Gary S.
Issue Date
2018-10
Citation
Richard Levy, et al. 2018. "A high-resolution climate record spanning the past 17?000 years recovered from Lake Ohau, South Island, New Zealand". Scientific Drilling, 24(1): 41-50.
Abstract
A new annually resolved sedimentary record of Southern Hemisphere mid-latitude hydroclimate was recovered from Lake Ohau, South Island, New Zealand, in March 2016. The Lake Ohau Climate History (LOCH) project acquired cores from two sites (LOCH-1 and -2) that preserve sequences of laminated mud that accumulated since the lake formed ∼17000 years ago. Cores were recovered using a purpose-built barge and drilling system designed to recover soft sediment from thick sedimentary sequences in lake systems up to 150m deep. This system can be transported in two to three 40?ft long shipping containers and is suitable for use in a range of geographic locations. A comprehensive suite of data has been collected from the sedimentary sequence using state-of-the-art analytical equipment and techniques. These new observations of past environmental variability augment the historical instrumental record and are currently being integrated with regional climate and hydrological modelling studies to explore causes of variability in extreme/flood events over the past several millennia.
URI
https://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/10860
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.5194/sd-24-41-2018
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