SG06, a fully continuous and varved sediment core from Lake Suigetsu, Japan: stratigraphy and potential for improving the radiocarbon calibration model and understanding of late Quaternary climate changes

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SG06, a fully continuous and varved sediment core from Lake Suigetsu, Japan: stratigraphy and potential for improving the radiocarbon calibration model and understanding of late Quaternary climate changes. / Nakagawa, Takeshi; Gotanda, Katsuya; Haraguchi, Tsuyoshi; Danhara, Toru; Yonenobu, Hitoshi; Brauer, Achim; Yokoyama, Yusuke; Tada, Ryuji; Takemura, Keiji; Staff, Richard A.; Payne, Rebecca; Ramsey, Christopher Bronk; Bryant, Charlotte; Brock, Fiona; Schlolaut, Gordon; Marshall, Michael Henry; Tarasov, Pavel; Lamb, Henry.

In: Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 36, 12.03.2012, p. 164–176.

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Nakagawa, T, Gotanda, K, Haraguchi, T, Danhara, T, Yonenobu, H, Brauer, A, Yokoyama, Y, Tada, R, Takemura, K, Staff, RA, Payne, R, Ramsey, CB, Bryant, C, Brock, F, Schlolaut, G, Marshall, MH, Tarasov, P & Lamb, H 2012, 'SG06, a fully continuous and varved sediment core from Lake Suigetsu, Japan: stratigraphy and potential for improving the radiocarbon calibration model and understanding of late Quaternary climate changes', Quaternary Science Reviews, vol. 36, pp. 164–176. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2010.12.013

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Nakagawa, T., Gotanda, K., Haraguchi, T., Danhara, T., Yonenobu, H., Brauer, A., Yokoyama, Y., Tada, R., Takemura, K., Staff, R. A., Payne, R., Ramsey, C. B., Bryant, C., Brock, F., Schlolaut, G., Marshall, M. H., Tarasov, P., & Lamb, H. (2012). SG06, a fully continuous and varved sediment core from Lake Suigetsu, Japan: stratigraphy and potential for improving the radiocarbon calibration model and understanding of late Quaternary climate changes. Quaternary Science Reviews, 36, 164–176. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2010.12.013

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Nakagawa, Takeshi ; Gotanda, Katsuya ; Haraguchi, Tsuyoshi ; Danhara, Toru ; Yonenobu, Hitoshi ; Brauer, Achim ; Yokoyama, Yusuke ; Tada, Ryuji ; Takemura, Keiji ; Staff, Richard A. ; Payne, Rebecca ; Ramsey, Christopher Bronk ; Bryant, Charlotte ; Brock, Fiona ; Schlolaut, Gordon ; Marshall, Michael Henry ; Tarasov, Pavel ; Lamb, Henry. / SG06, a fully continuous and varved sediment core from Lake Suigetsu, Japan: stratigraphy and potential for improving the radiocarbon calibration model and understanding of late Quaternary climate changes. In: Quaternary Science Reviews. 2012 ; Vol. 36. pp. 164–176.

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title = "SG06, a fully continuous and varved sediment core from Lake Suigetsu, Japan: stratigraphy and potential for improving the radiocarbon calibration model and understanding of late Quaternary climate changes",
abstract = "The high potential of the varved sediments of Lake Suigetsu, central Japan, to provide a purely terrestrial radiocarbon calibrationmodel and a chronology of palaeoclimatic changes has beenwidely recognised for the last two decades.However, thispotential has not been fully realised since the only available long sediment core from the lake (SG93) was extracted froma single bore hole andwas therefore interrupted by gaps of unknown durationbetweensuccessive core sections. Inthe summerof2006, anewsediment core (SG06) was recovered from the lake. Four separate boreholes were drilled and the parallel sets of cores recovered were found to overlap completely, without gaps between segments. This new record provides the ability to test existing atmospheric radiocarbon calibration models, as well as to assess the scale of inter-regional leads and lags in palaeoclimatic changes over the last GlacialeInterglacial cycle. Multi-disciplinary analyses fromSG06 are still ongoing, but a reliable description of the sedimentary sequence needs to be provided to the wider science community before major outputs from the project are released, thereby allowing fully-informed critical evaluation of all subsequent releases of data based on the SG06 record. In this paper, we report key lithostratigraphic information concerning the SG06 sediment core, highlighting changes in the clarity of annual laminations (varves)with depth, and possible implications for the mechanismof the climate change.We also discuss the potential of the SG06 record to meet the fundamental goals of the INQUA-INTIMATE project.",
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author = "Takeshi Nakagawa and Katsuya Gotanda and Tsuyoshi Haraguchi and Toru Danhara and Hitoshi Yonenobu and Achim Brauer and Yusuke Yokoyama and Ryuji Tada and Keiji Takemura and Staff, {Richard A.} and Rebecca Payne and Ramsey, {Christopher Bronk} and Charlotte Bryant and Fiona Brock and Gordon Schlolaut and Marshall, {Michael Henry} and Pavel Tarasov and Henry Lamb",
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T1 - SG06, a fully continuous and varved sediment core from Lake Suigetsu, Japan: stratigraphy and potential for improving the radiocarbon calibration model and understanding of late Quaternary climate changes

AU - Nakagawa, Takeshi

AU - Gotanda, Katsuya

AU - Haraguchi, Tsuyoshi

AU - Danhara, Toru

AU - Yonenobu, Hitoshi

AU - Brauer, Achim

AU - Yokoyama, Yusuke

AU - Tada, Ryuji

AU - Takemura, Keiji

AU - Staff, Richard A.

AU - Payne, Rebecca

AU - Ramsey, Christopher Bronk

AU - Bryant, Charlotte

AU - Brock, Fiona

AU - Schlolaut, Gordon

AU - Marshall, Michael Henry

AU - Tarasov, Pavel

AU - Lamb, Henry

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N2 - The high potential of the varved sediments of Lake Suigetsu, central Japan, to provide a purely terrestrial radiocarbon calibrationmodel and a chronology of palaeoclimatic changes has beenwidely recognised for the last two decades.However, thispotential has not been fully realised since the only available long sediment core from the lake (SG93) was extracted froma single bore hole andwas therefore interrupted by gaps of unknown durationbetweensuccessive core sections. Inthe summerof2006, anewsediment core (SG06) was recovered from the lake. Four separate boreholes were drilled and the parallel sets of cores recovered were found to overlap completely, without gaps between segments. This new record provides the ability to test existing atmospheric radiocarbon calibration models, as well as to assess the scale of inter-regional leads and lags in palaeoclimatic changes over the last GlacialeInterglacial cycle. Multi-disciplinary analyses fromSG06 are still ongoing, but a reliable description of the sedimentary sequence needs to be provided to the wider science community before major outputs from the project are released, thereby allowing fully-informed critical evaluation of all subsequent releases of data based on the SG06 record. In this paper, we report key lithostratigraphic information concerning the SG06 sediment core, highlighting changes in the clarity of annual laminations (varves)with depth, and possible implications for the mechanismof the climate change.We also discuss the potential of the SG06 record to meet the fundamental goals of the INQUA-INTIMATE project.

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