Laguna de MedinaLake geoscience E -6.054, N 36.619
DescriptionLaguna de Medina is a small and shallow endorheic lake in southern Spain. During 2 coring campaigns in Sep. 2014 and Mar. 1015, a 25.7 long core from the centre of the lake was retrieved. The record covers the last 9.500 years and shows 3 dirfferent phases of sedimentation which reflect the climate very well.
Coring campaign Sept. 2014 (2014)Start of the coring campaign in the Laguna de Medina resulted in a 21 m long sediment core. Next to this, several ramp core were retrieved.
Coring campaign Mar. 2015 (2015)The second coring campaign in the Laguna de Medina to extend the former retrieved core. This resulted in a composite length of a 26.65 m sediment core. Next to this, lake surface and soil catchment samples were taken to link the modern processes to the palaeoprocesses.
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