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Late Holocene eolian drift sands in Drenthe (The Netherlands)

Ilona I. Y. Castel

Late Holocene eolian drift sands in Drenthe (The Netherlands)

by Ilona I. Y. Castel

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Published by Koninklijk Nederlands Aardrijkskundig Genootschap, Faculteit der Ruimtklijke Wetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht in Amsterdam .
Written in English


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PRIORITY 2.

StatementIlona I.Y. Castel.
SeriesNederlandse geografische studies,, 133
Classifications
LC ClassificationsIN PROCESS
The Physical Object
Pagination156 p. :
Number of Pages156
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1359231M
ISBN 109068091433, 9062660851
LC Control Number92253232

  Gray coarse‐medium sand with horizontal bedding and grayish‐brown clay in these two sections yielded a 14 C age of – B.P. (Figure 6, column C). After B.P., a first layer of eolian sediments occurred, which indicates that the region's climate became dry rapidly. Late-Holocene sand invasion and North Atlantic storminess along the Aquitaine Coast, southwest France Koster, E.A., Castel, I.I.Y. and Nap, R.L. Genesis and sedimentary structures of the Late Holocene eolian drift sands in northwest Europe. In Pye, K., editor, The dynamics and environmental context of aeolian sedimentary.

Introduction. Drift sands are relatively young Holocene aeolian deposits, which originate from local reworking of terrestrial Pleistocene sand deposits, mainly coversands (Koster, ).Throughout the Holocene, expansion of drift-sand fields has been a prominent geomorphological phenomenon in the northwest European sand belt (Fanta and Siepel, ; Koster, ; Lungershausen et al., Potentially, three source areas exist for late Holocene dunes: (1) Holocene floodplains, (2) exposures of silty sand, and (3) older dune sand. Although each has probably contributed to some extent, the lack of Altithermal dune sand implied to Arbogast (b) that late Holocene dunes are reworked middle Holocene eolian sand deposits.

Dune fields are widespread throughout the Great Plains and Midwest regions of North America. At present most of these dune fields are stabilized, but many contain evidence of episodic Holocene eolian activity. With some notable exceptions, most research focused on deciphering the developmental history of dune fields within the region has been concentrated on the Great Plains. Accelerator mass spectrometry and conventional radiocarbon age determinations of organic matter from paleosols indicate that the Brandon Sand Hills area of southern Manitoba has been subjected to recurrent intervals of eolian activity in the past years. Although precise regional correlations are precluded by dating uncertainties, periods of most notable paleosol development occurred.


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Late Holocene eolian drift sands in Drenthe (The Netherlands) by Ilona I. Y. Castel Download PDF EPUB FB2

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht. Controls on late-Holocene drift-sand dynamics: The dominant role of human pressure in the Netherlands.

The Holocene, p. Late Holocene aeolian drift sands in Drenthe (the Netherlands). Periglacial eolian evenly laminated sandy deposits in the Late Cited by:   Late Holocene landscape instability and drift sand phases might also be a regional response to intensification of agricultural exploitation and increased population densities (Castel, ; Koster, ; Derese et al., ; Heidinga, ; Tolksdorf and Kaiser, ).

In the Breckland region, there is a coincidence of the – CE drift Cited by: 5. Request PDF | Late Holocene landscape instability in the Breckland (England) drift sands | This research investigates the landscape instability associated with the drift sands, which are. Humboldt-Univ., Berlin, pp.

Castel, I.I.Y. () Late Holocene eolian drift sands in Drenthe (The Netherlands). Nederlandse geogra fische Stud. PP. Czwielung, K. () Kombinierte TL-und OSL-Datierungen an sp~itglazialen Dtinensanden der Allerniederung bei by:   The oldest late Holocene eolian sand depositional event is identified at site 5 as the basal unit that yielded the optical age of ± yr (UIC).

A well-documented dune migration event in western Nebraska between and yr ago (Goble et al.,Forman et al., ) may be correlative with this oldest late Holocene event. Castel IIY (a) Late Holocene eolian drift sands in Drenthe (The Netherlands).

Thesis University of Utrecht, Neth Geogr Stud Castel IIY (b) Micromorphology of the transition peat-Holocene drift sand deposits in the northern Netherlands. In: Kozarski S (ed) Late Vistulian (=Weichselian) and Holocene aeolian phenomena in Central and.

An aeolian cover sand section with excellent 14 C control on Bølling peat and other sections with 14 C dates on humic acid extracts from Holocene polycyclic soil profiles in the southern Netherlands have been TL dated using K-feldspar separates. The 14 C dates indicated two periods of Weichselian cover sand deposition and three periods of Holocene drift sand accumulation (Bronze.

Climatic and sea level controls on Late Quaternary eolian activity on the Agulhas Plain, South Africa - Volume 65 Issue 02 - Andrew S. Carr, David S.G. Thomas, Mark D. Bateman. HOLOCENE z LATE DRYAS STADIAL LATE ~LLEROD INTERSTADIAL GLACIAL ~ARLiER DRYAS STADIAL ROLLING INTERSTADIAL UPPER PLENIGLACIAL u MII)DLE PLENIGLACtAL AGE B.P.

LITHOSTRATIGRA YOUNGER COVER SAND II 11, WIERDEN USSELO LA SAND [ 13, ~ LOWER LOAMY BED m LUTTER OLDER COVER SAND. Origin and development of Late Holocene drift sands: geomorphology and sediment attributes Man and vegetation on the Veluwe in six time slices The birth of a desert: the Kootwijkerzand.

A complete Late Weichselian and Holocene record of aeolian coversands, drift sands and soils forced by climate change and human impact, Ossendrecht, the Netherlands Article Full-text available. Stratigraphic studies and accelerator mass spectrometry radiocarbon dating of paleosols indicate at least two periods of eolian sand movement in the late Holocene.

Pedologic data suggest that all of the dune field has experienced late Holocene dune activity, though not all parts of the dune field may have been active simultaneously.

The pollen assemblages from Dalianhai Lake were dominated by Chenopodiaceae, Artemisia, and Nitraria since ka, indicating a desert steppe during the late Holocene in the study area [Cheng et al., ]. The overall intensification of eolian activity between and ka and after ka would be associated with the reduced vegetation cover.

Holocene drift-sand activity in the northwest European sand belt is commonly directly linked to population pressure (agricultural activity) or to climate change (e.g. storminess).

In the Pleistocen. A complete Late Weichselian and Holocene record of aeolian coversands, drift sands and soils forced by climate change and human impact, Ossendrecht, the Available via license: CC.

The pollen assemblages from Dalianhai Lake were dominated by Chenopodiaceae, Artemisia, and Nitraria since ka, indicating a desert steppe during the late Holocene in the study area [Cheng et al., ]. The overall intensification of eolian activity between and ka and after ka would be associated with the reduced vegetation.

Castel, I.I.Y. Late Holocene eolian drift sands in Drenthe (The Netherlands). HSMO, Books, Edingburgh, UK. Devos, K., Anselin, A. & Vermeersch, G. () Een nieuwe Rode Lijst van de. Late Holocene eolian drift sands in Drenthe (the Netherlands). PhD thesis, Department of Geography, University of Utrechtthe Netherlands, pp.

F.J.A. Daniëls O. Krüger () ArticleTitle Veranderingen in droge stuifzandbegroeiingen bij Kootwijk na kappen en verwijderen van Grove dennen. (in Dutch) Stratiotes 13 37– The age of sand dunes in the Nebraska Sand Hills has been controversial, with some investigators suggesting a full-glacial age and others suggesting that they were last active in the late Holocene.

New accelerator mass spectrometry radiocarbon ages of unaltered bison bones and organic-rich sediments suggest that eolian sand deposition occurred at least twice in the past 14C yr B.P. in. Contribution of laser altimetry images to the geomorphology of the Late Holocene inland drift sands of the European Sand Belt Article (PDF Available) in Baltica 23(1) June with Reads.The Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve (GSDNPP) in the San Luis Valley, Colorado, contains a variety of eolian landforms that reflect Holocene drought variability.

The most spectacular is a dune mass banked against the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, which is fronted by an extensive sand sheet with stabilized parabolic dunes. Eolian sand, often forming dunes, covers extensive low-relief landscapes in the northern Driftless Area, the Mississippi and Wisconsin River valleys, and smaller areas elsewhere in the region, overlying sandstone bedrock, stream terraces, and the former bed of Glacial Lake Wisconsin.