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As part of a new research programme, studies of peat bogs in Brittany are being carried out to trace the changes that have occurred in the course of time, and to determine the different regional stages related to the human activities of land clearance and agriculture. In this context, a...
In this paper, we present the results of four pollen diagrams obtained from the northeastern coast of the Iberian Peninsula. These data, together with a set of 11 radiocarbon dates, allow us to make some suggestions about human activity in this area mainly during the last 6000 years. We have...
Abies alba (Mill.) is native only to some parts of central Europe. The tree is indigenous to the Alps, the Black Forest, the Vosges, the Bayerischer Wald, and to some hilly and mountainous areas north of the Alps. A number of pollen diagrams from these regions demonstrate a clear Abies decline...
A total of 422 publications from 1991 and 1992 on archaeological remains of cultivated plants have been collected. A list is given of the finds according to species, country and age.
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