Reference Database (ERR)
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  • Snowball et al. 1999
    The mineral magnetic properties of an annually laminated Holocene lake-sediment sequence in northern Sweden
  • Ramrath et al. 1999
    Late Pleistocene climatic variations as recorded in two Italian maar lakes (Lago di Mezzano, Lago Grande di Monticchio)
  • Brandt et al. 1999
    Palaeomagnetism of Holocene and Late Pleistocene sediments from Lago di Mezzano and Lago Grande di Monticchio (Italy): initial results
  • Ali et al. 1999
    Holocene palaeomagnetic secular variation at Lake Biwa, central Japan
  • Channell et al. 2000
    Geomagnetic paleointensity for the last 100 kyr from the sub-antarctic South Atlantic: a tool for inter-hemispheric correlation
  • Zillén et al. 2002
    Calendar year ages of three mid-Holocene tephra layers identified in varved lake sediments in west central Sweden
  • Ojala & Saarinen 2002
    Palaeosecular variation of the Earth's magnetic field during the last 10000 years based on the annually laminated sediment of Lake Nautajärvi, central Finland
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