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The two small lakes (AER, QUA) have a few, very dominant taxa, whereas the large lake (TKQ) has more evenly spread relative abundances of taxa (Fig.
The assemblage in the Tasikutaaq (TKQ) core is dominated by the cold-water adapted taxon Heterotrissocladius (including H.
The core from the large lake TKQ covers the past ~2000 years, indicating the highest sedimentation rate within this lake set.
In general, little change occurs in diatom assemblage composition throughout the TKQ core, with the first DCA axis accounting for only 10% of the variance.
Diatoms are most abundant and BSi values highest in AER, followed by QUA and TKQ (Fig.
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