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Abstract

Shallow subsurface structures in Northem Germany and adjacent areas are characterized by glacial erosion and deposition. Thus, a system of up to 400 m deep channels mainly formed during the glaciation of the Elster period and filled with sediments afterwards is known and today of special interest for hydrological questions. Other glacial depressions, especially hollows with no outlet, are excellent sediment traps and afford optimum conditions for the study of stadial and interstadial deposits and thus, the reconstruction of climate and vegetation development during glacial epochs.

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1997-08-09
2021-03-01
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