2012GL054932fs01.tifTIFF image326KCorrelation of Core 4WS00-4P with other long cores in Lake Lucerne using seismic stratigraphy (3.5 kHz single-channel reflection seismic data). Different-colored solid lines labeled with capital letters mark seismic stratigraphic horizons relating to the top of mass-flow deposits and megaturbidites. Dashed colored lines mark the base of megaturbites, mass-flow deposits and deformed basin-plain sediment. These correlations were accurately transferred into the cores by identifying the lithologic layers coinciding with mass-movement events (modified from Schnellmann et al., 2006).
2012GL054932fs02.tifTIFF image106KPhotograph of sections 7, 8 and 9 of Core 4WS00-4P with a depth axis (in cm) and an age-depth plot and a magnetic susceptibility record. The marker horizons M and R, one 14C dating point and the Laacher See Tephra are indicated.
2012GL054932fs03.epsPS document990KComparison of the high resolution TEX86 record from sediments of Lake Lucerne with the delta18O values from the NGRIP record [Rasmussen et al., 2006] both plotted versus age (cal. yr BP) across the onset of the Late Glacial Interstadial, YD and onset of the Holocene. Thick black line in the TEX86 temperature and delta18O record represents the five-point moving average, which typically gives the average of ca. 100 yr for both records. The age model given in Fig. S2 was used to convert sediment depth in the Lake Lucern core to age.
2012GL054932ts01.txtplain text document1KDating of core 4WS00-4P section 8-9 using radiocarbon, marker beds and down-core pattern of magnetic susceptibility. Calibration (2 sigma range) was carried out with CALIB 4.4 software (Stuiver and Reimer, 1993).
2012GL054932ts02.txtplain text document5KTEX86 and BIT data.
2012GL054932supplemental_references.txtplain text document1KReferences used in the supplemental information.
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