Holocene climate variability in southern Greenland: results from the Galathea 3 expedition
The third Galathea expedition (Galathea 3) left Copenhagen in August 2006 for a circumnavigation of the globe with the aim of conducting more than 70 scientific programmes en route. The first geological programme took place in South Greenland and included sampling of sediment cores and seismic profiling. The aim of the study is to obtain detailed knowledge about Holocene climate changes and the glacio-marine history.
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