Paleolimnology IV: Proceedings of the Fourth International by David S. Baas, Mary M. Boucherle (auth.), Heinz Löffler

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Cahill, R. , 1981. Geochemistry of recent Lake Michigan sediments. II!. Geo!. Survey. Circ. 517: 94 pp. Cahill, R. A. & N. F. Shimp, 1984. Inorganic contaminants in Lake Michigan sediments. In J. O. Nriagu & M. S. Simmons (eds), Toxic Contaminants in the Great Lakes. : 393 -423. Chambers, R. L. & B. J. Eadie, 1981. Nepheloid and suspended particulate matter in south-eastern Lake Michigan. Sediment. 439-447. Christensen, E. R. & N. K. Chien, 1981. Fluxes of arsenic, lead, zinc, and cadmium to Green Bay and Lake Michigan sediments.

N. Edgington, 1975b. Depositional processes and the determination of recent sedimentation rates in Lake Michigan. Fed. Conf. Great Lakes. Proc. 2: 378-390. Sibley, T. , A. L. Sanchez, E. A. Wurtz & W. R. Schell, 1982. Distribution coefficients for radionuclides in aquatic environments. S. Nuclear Reg. Comm. NUREG/CR-1853. 4: 52 pp: Tracy, B. L. & F. A. 25 years of fission product input to Lakes Superior and Huron. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 19: 15 -27. Wahlgren, M. A. & D. M. Nelson, 1973. Residence times for 239pu and 137Cs in Lake Michigan water.

Detector: WELL! AC/WELL. "-. ,. Loss on ;9n, tion " " \ 10-30·/0 Loss on Ign'ltion ---5--' \, " Contour depth in metres metres , 250 ,, 350m Fig. 3. Map showing location of Loch Fleet and core LFL3 used in this study. 23 forestation had caused significant erosion and inwash of peaty soils into the lake. A series of Livingstone cores (Ll, L2 and L3) were obtained from the northern part of the lake. Of these, L3, taken in May 1985 in 10 m water depth, had the longest post-glacial record, and, compared with the LOI records of all the various cores taken in the lake, had the most rapid post-ploughing accumulation rate.

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