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Hipercorig is a new modular lake sediment coring instrument based on a barge and a hydraulic corer system driven by a down-the-hole hammer. Hipercorig's performance was tested on the two periglacial lakes, namely Mondsee and Constance, located on the northern edge of the Alpine chain. Up to 63 m of Holocene lake sediments and older meltwater deposits from the last deglaciation were recovered for the first time.
SD | Articles | Volume 28
Sci. Dril., 28, 29–41, 2020
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-28-29-2020
Sci. Dril., 28, 29–41, 2020
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-28-29-2020

Science report 01 Dec 2020

Science report | 01 Dec 2020

Hipercorig – an innovative hydraulic coring system recovering over 60 m long sediment cores from deep perialpine lakes

Ulrich Harms et al.

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Hipercorig is a new modular lake sediment coring instrument based on a barge and a hydraulic corer system driven by a down-the-hole hammer. Hipercorig's performance was tested on the two periglacial lakes, namely Mondsee and Constance, located on the northern edge of the Alpine chain. Up to 63 m of Holocene lake sediments and older meltwater deposits from the last deglaciation were recovered for the first time.
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