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The Lomond Hills of Fife, an isolated upland area rising to over 500 m, provide an opportunity to investigate the effect of altitude on vegetation and climate in an area otherwise dominated by lower-lying land. The West Lomond site contains sediments of the Devensian Late-glacial period; they...
The Over Wyre region of Lancashire, England, was formerly dominated by a complex of ombrotrophic intermediate raised mires, most of which have been severely damaged by agricultural activity during the last 250 years. The degree of truncation and desiccation of the remaining peats means that...
This paper describes the results of the archaeobotanical examination of four Late Neolithic lakeshore settlements on Lake Biel in Switzerland. Due to the excellent preservation conditions in lakeshore settlements, non-carbonized as well as carbonized seeds and fruits were recovered in large...
Changes in wood taxa used as fuel on the island of Tenerife from 250 B.C. to 1500 A.D. were studied, using charcoal analyses from three archaeological sites. These sites were occupied by “guanche” prehistoric peoples up to the conquest of the island by the king of Castille in 1496. It appears...
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