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Synonyms for Ancylus

type genus of the family Ancylidae: river limpet

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In constructing this curve across Ancylus Lake and Litorina Sea high stand, data from the isolation basins and evidences from the raised beaches were considered (Linkrus 1969, 1971; Saarse et al.
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Of those, 45 are connected with the Ancylus Lake beach formations, 31 with the Litorina Sea, and 9 are younger and of various age.
The interpolated water level surfaces were derived from the BIL, Ancylus Lake and Litorina Sea coastal formation databases (Saarse et al.
10]Be yr BP) is readily explained by submergence of the boulders by the Baltic Ice Lake, Ancylus Lake, Litorina Sea, and Limnea Sea, which would have substantially reduced the production rate for that period of time (Rinterknecht et al.
Such data can also show the content and abundance of fishes in the fresh water of the Baltic Ice Lake through the Preboreal brackish phase of the Yoldia Sea and freshwater Ancylus Lake stages, and the brackish-water Litorina Sea Stage.
For the time interval from the Ancylus Lake maximum up to the present (see Table 1), he calculated the land uplift gradient 326[degrees].
The clayey bottom bed under the bleke contained freshwater diatoms typical of Ancylus Lake.
1995) are significant and caused partly by the changing climatic conditions around the Ancylus Lake stage in the development of the Baltic.
This paper focuses on the development, speed, and rate of the temporally uninterrupted progress of podzolization in Ancylus Lake and aeolian sands, underlain by the Younger Dryas and Pre-Boreal Molli-Histic Gleysol on calcareous reddish-brown till at a depth of about 3.
Pribrezhnye otlozheniya Antsilovogo ozera i Litorinovogo morya v Estonu [The Deposits of the Ancylus Lake and Littorina Sea in Estonia].
For now, buried organic deposits of Holocene age are known from 76 sites, 42 of which are connected with the Ancylus Lake beach formations, 27 with the Litorina Sea ones, and 7 are younger and of various age.