Antevs (Automated Numerical Time-series Evaluation of Varying Sequences) was developed for the correlation of proglacial varve sequences (Rayburn and Vollmer, 2013) and is designed to work with time-series measured at annual intervals.
Using this match, we defined the absolute time scale for the Lake Suigetsu varves chronology.
The 29,100 yr Lake Suigetsu chronology then covers the absolute age range from 8830 to 37,930 cal BP. Matching of the 29,100-yr long floating varve chronology from Lake Suigetsu to the absolute chronology.
The Taconite Inlet Project provides sample images of non-glacial high Arctic varves from northern Ellesmere Island, Canada system and algorithm design for a varve image analysis system is introduced by the Ph. thesis of Zhijun He (2007) teaching lecture about varve dating (Dating Sedimentary Strata) created by John Banister-Marx and adapted By Larry Flammer with several interesting images of varves from the Eocene Green River Formation, Wyoming, USA Lake Suigetsu 2006 Varved Sediment Core Project provides information about varve counting and various novel methodological techniques for precise and high-resolution subsampling which may be applied to other sediment cores File=varves.html of Timo Saarinen with images of lake coring and varve analyses The Smear Slide Page at Lac Core (National Lacustrine Core Facility), University of Minnesotaimages and information of components found in smear slides of lacustrine sediments American Glacial Varve Project at Tufts Universitypromotes the study of glacial varves in North America Automated Tools for Layer Recognition (BMPix) and Counting (PEAK).
This is version 2 of the Visual Basic macro set BMPix and PEAK.
One of the products of the continuing cycles of the seasons can be found on the bottoms of some lakes.
Each spring, tiny plants bloom in Lake Suigetsu, a small body of water in Japan.
In order to reconstruct a more precise and longer varve chronology for the laminated sediments from Lake Suigetsu, we have reassessed the varve chronology in the whole section during the deglaciation as well as the Glacial up to a depth of 30.45 m.
The uncertainty in the varve chronology comes from two sources: core sampling and varve counting. Since the varve ages from below 18 m (corresponding to ca.
= Lake Suigetsu (Japan); o = Lake Gosciaz (Poland).