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Wetland dynamics in northern Brazil during the Holocene were studied by pollen analysis and AMS radiocarbon dating of three cores. Near the Amazon mouth region, covered mainly by primary Amazon coastal forest and herbaceous vegetation, the pollen record indicates the dominance of mangroves...
The layers studied, parts of banquettes, consist of limnic clayey-silty fine sediments with some intercalated horizons of shaly coal and lacustrine mud flow rubble. In the lower part of the record the Bornette interglacial has been established. This is characterised by high values of Corylus and...
The cultural landscape development of a farming community in western Norway was investigated through pollen analyses from a lake and a peat/soil profile. The pollen record from the lake indicates that there was a decrease in arboreal pollen (AP) by the end of the Mesolithic period (ca. 4200 cal...
In the 12th and 13th centuries, the land which is now the Czech Republic underwent deep social and landscape changes, defined by historians and archaeologists as a transitional period between the early and late medieval periods. This study aims to analyze this transition as reflected by 142...
Several samples were collected during the archaeological excavations at the proto-historic and Roman settlement of Terronha de Pinhovelo, northeast Portugal, in order to obtain plant macrofossils. The relevant archaeobotanical data gathered from the Roman structures of Sector B at the site allow...
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