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Climate of the Past
<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> The Lake El'gygytgyn sediment record contains an abundant diatom flora through most intervals of the lake's history, providing a means to create and test hypotheses concerning the lake's response to changing climates. The 0–1.2 Ma core interval is characterized by shifts in the dominant planktonic genera and events of exceptional concentration and diversity. Warm interglacial intervals have enhanced concentration and diversity of the plankton. This response is mostdoi:10.5194/cp-9-1309-2013 fatcat:haphchvrmbd6xdt3f7y56xjo3u