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Brady Soil formation spanned all or part of the Bølling-Allerød episode (approximately 14.7-12.9 cal ka) and all of the Younger Dryas episode (12.9-11.5 cal ka) and extended at least 1000 years beyond the end of the Younger Dryas.
The Brady Soil was buried by Bignell Loess sedimentation beginning around 10.5-9 cal ka, and continuing episodically through the Holocene.
Thus, Brady Soil formation records climatic conditions that minimized eolian activity and allowed effective pedogenesis, probably through relatively high effective moisture.
Optical dating of loess in North Dakota supports correlation of the Leonard Paleosol on the northern Great Plains with the Brady Soil. PY - 2008/9Y1 - 2008/9N2 - Various lines of evidence support conflicting interpretations of the timing, abruptness, and nature of climate change in the Great Plains during the Pleistocene-Holocene transition.
Quaternary fill-terrace sediments along a 6-km reach of the Pomme de Terre River in south-central Missouri (38°06′ N, 93°26′ W) have yielded abundant vertebrate fossils, pollen, and archaeological remains.
Numerous radiocarbon dates have also been obtained.
Loess deposits and paleosols on both the central and northern Great Plains provide a valuable record that can help address these issues.
A synthesis of new and previously reported optical and radiocarbon ages indicates that the Brady Soil, which marks the boundary between late Pleistocene Peoria Loess and Holocene Bignell Loess, began forming after a reduction in the rate of Peoria Loess accumulation that most likely occurred between 13.5 and 15 cal ka.
in the geologic record, but the Holocene is unique because it is coincident with the late and post-Stone Age history of mankind.
The influence of humans is of world extent and is so profound that it seems appropriate to have a special geologic name for this time. The Holocene represents the most recent interglacial interval of the Quaternary period.
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