Reconstruction of the relative sea-level (RSL) of the Gulf of Dvina (White Sea) based on the study of lake sediments on the Onega Peninsula

  • Kublitskiy Y.A. 1
  • Repkina T.Y. 2
  • Leontiev P.A. 1
  • Zaretskaya N.E. 3
  • Peretrukhina A.O. 1
  • Shilova O.S. 2
  • Subetto D.A. 1
  • Nam S.I. 4
  • Kim J.-H. 4
  • 1 Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, Nab. Moyki 48, St. Petersburg, 191186, Russia
    2 Moscow State University, Vorobiovy Gory 1, Moscow, 119991, Russia
    3 Institute of Geography RAS, Staromonetny lane 29, Moscow, 119107, Russia
    4 Korean Polar Research Institute, Songdomirae-ro 26, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon 21990, South Korea
Keywords: lake sediments, Holocene, White Sea, sea-level change, grain-size, geochemistry

Abstract

We present the preliminary results of the granulometric and geochemical analyses of lake-bottom sediments obtained from the Murmanskoe and Maloe Murmanskoe lakes. Based on the collected data, we reconstructed changes of relative sea-level (RSL) in the Gulf of Dvina (White Sea) during the Holocene. The conditions and maximum levels of two transgressions (Late Glacial and Tapes) and one Early Holocene regression were identified.

Published
2020-08-27
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