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The core of Lake Kremensko-5, one of the cirque lakes in the northern Pirin Mountains of southwestern Bulgaria, contains sediments from more than 13,500 years b.p. and a pollen stratigraphy that can be correlated with the interstadial/stadial cycle of the Late-glacial period. Artemisia and...
The historic Icelandic tephra layers, from Hekla in a.d. 1104 and Öræfajökull in a.d. 1362 that have been found in four peat profiles obtained from lowland and upland mid to western Irish bogs, provide the dating for high-resolution palynological investigations of regional land use over the last...
The Late Glacial to early Holocene river valley landscape of the middle Lahntal in Hessen, central-west Germany, is reconstructed by means of pollen and macrofossil analyses. AMS 14C dating combined with pollen, macrofossil and geomorphological mapping provide a detailed chronology of the...
Pollen grains of Centaurea cyanus and Polygonum aviculare are common indicators of the activity of man in palaeoenvironmental reconstructions. Studied through pollen analysis, the vegetation history of Holocene deposits reveals numerous occurrences of atypical grains of these species in the...
Declines in Alnus coinciding with the first signs of Iron Age (a.d. 0–1150) human activities were found in the pollen stratigraphies of five small lakes in southern Finland. One lake did not show a clear minimum. Three of the lakes were investigated with close-interval analyses which showed that...
Pollen records from a small lake and a small peatland at Ire in northern Blekinge, Sweden, reveal that until a.d. 300 there was a mixed deciduous type of woodland dominated by Quercus, Tilia and Corylus, with Betula, Pinus, Populus, Fraxinus, Ulmus and Acer as important constituents. The first,...
The vegetation history of the Kargaly region has been reconstructed on the basis of pollen analysis of archaeological sediments and one peat bog, the only one found during some years of surveying this area. This latter, Novienky peat bog, located in the steppe transition zone, offers an...
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