Estudios Geologicos (2019-03-01)

Palaeoenviromental evolution of a Late Holocene peat bog in the southwestern sector of the Doñana National Park (SW Spain)

  • M. Abad,
  • A. F. Muñoz,
  • M. L. González-Regalado,
  • F. Ruiz,
  • J. Rodríguez-Vidal,
  • L. M. Cáceres,
  • M. I. Carretero,
  • G. Monge,
  • M. Pozo,
  • M. I. Prudencio,
  • M. I. Dias,
  • R. Marques,
  • T. Izquierdo,
  • J. Tosquella,
  • V. Romero

DOI
https://doi.org/10.3989/egeol.43417.514
Journal volume & issue
Vol. 75, no. 1
pp. e087 – e087

Abstract

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The multidisciplinary analysis of a profile discovered by the winter storms on the coast of the Doñana National Park has allowed us to reconstruct the evolution of its western sector during the Late Holocene. Three phases have been defined, which reflect the transition from a brackish water marsh (FA-1) to a freshwater lagoon transformed into peat bog (FA-2), to end with the deposit of dune systems (FA-3).

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