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Evolution of Life in Lake Biwa A Biogeographical Observation
Problem on Low Altitude Glaciaton in the Japanese Islands
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200-meter core acids active faults Allerod analysis area around Lake Arizona basin Biwa-ko Black Mesa bottom Bouguer anomaly cirque Cladocera clay climatic changes core sample correlation curve dated density deposition rate depth diatoms distribution Dryas factor field Fission-track fluctuations formation Geol geological geomagnetic glacial age glaciers grains gravimeter Horie indicate interstadial interval isotopic Japan Acad Japanese Islands Japanese Pleistocene Jour Karlstrom Katata KAWAI Kobiwako Group Kyoto Lake Biwa Lake Biwa-ko Lake Kizaki lake sediments method microfossils Moraine mountain obtained occurred Ogoto organic carbon Paleolimnology of Lake paleomagnetic palynological Pennington period plankton Pleistocene pluvial pollen zone present Quaternary radiocarbon region sample from Lake sample of Lake sand sediments shown in Fig soil Southwest species stadial sterols stratigraphy surface tectonic temperature time-stratigraphic Univ variation vegetation vertical volcanic ash volcanic ash layers Wisconsin Yamamoto Yanagase Yanagase Fault YASKAWA Yokoyama Younger Dryas