Project completed in 2013

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  • Miebach, A. (2017): Climate- and Human-Induced Vegetation Changes in Northwestern Turkey and the Southern Levant since the Last Glacial. PhD-Thesis
  • *Roeser, P., Franz, S., Litt, T. (2016): Aragonite and calcite preservation in sediments from Lake Iznik related to bottom lake oxygenation and water column depth. Sedimentology, Vol. 63(7): p. 2253–2277 , DOI: 10.1111/sed.12306
  • *Miebach, A., Niestrath, P., Roeser, P., Litt, T. (2016): Impacts of climate and humans on the vegetation in northwestern Turkey: palynological insights from Lake Iznik since the Last Glacial. Climate of the Past, Vol. 12: p. 575–593, DOI: doi:10.5194/cp-12-575-2016
  • Roeser, P. (2014): Paleolimnology of Lake Iznik (NW Turkey) during the past ~ 31 ka cal BP. PhD-Thesis, University of Bonn
  • Miebach, A. (2013): Vegetation and climate history of the Marmara region during the last ca. 30,000 years based on lacustrine sediments from Lake Iznik (NW Turkey). Master-Thesis
  • *Viehberg, F., Ülgen, U. B., Daci, E., Franz, S. O., Ön, S. A., Roeser, P., Çagatay, M. N., Litt, T., Melles, M. (2012): Seasonal hydrochemical changes and spatial sedimentological variations in Lake Iznik (NW Turkey). Quaternary International, Vol. 274, DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2012.05.038
  • *Ülgen, U. B., Franz, S. O., Biltekin, D., Çagatay, M. N., Roeser, P. A., Doner, L., Thein, J. (2012): Climatic and environmental evolution of Lake Iznik (NW Turkey) over the last ~4700 years. Quaternary International, Vol. 274, DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2012.06.016
  • *Roeser, P., Franz, S. O., Litt, T. (2012): Lithostratigraphic and geochronological framework for the paleoenvironmental reconstruction of the last ~36 ka cal BP from a sediment record from Lake Iznik (NW Turkey). Quaternary International, Vol. 274: p. 73-87, DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2012.06.006

 

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