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New source-to-sink approach in an arctic catchment based on hyperspectral core-logging (Lake Linné, Svalbard)

Abstract : Hyperspectral core logging is a rapid and non-destructive technique in palaeolimnology. The technique is able to track lacustrine sediment sources. Environmental changes in the catchment-to-lake sedimentation and spatial sources are identified. This new method enables the fingerprinting of sedimentary sources with and/or without field samples. Data calibration allows reconstructing total organic carbon concentrations on several cores, at an unprecedented resolution.
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Antonin van Exem, Maxime Debret, Yoann Copard, Charles Verpoorter, Gregory de Wet, et al.. New source-to-sink approach in an arctic catchment based on hyperspectral core-logging (Lake Linné, Svalbard). Quaternary Science Reviews, Elsevier, 2019, 203, pp.128-140. ⟨10.1016/j.quascirev.2018.10.038⟩. ⟨hal-02423221⟩

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