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Vegetation reconstructions in the Dead Sea region based on sediment records are potentially biased, because the vast majority of them derive from the western side of the sea, and only focus on large areas and time spans, while little is known about extra-local (< 1,000 m radius) to local (< 20 m...
The ‘Altai Tavan Bogd’ conservation area, located between 2,000 and 4,000 m a.s.l. in the north-western part of the Mongolian Altai, is a montane forest-steppe-ecosystem which has developed under extreme continental and alpine climatic conditions and is very sensitive to natural variations....
Utilising a multi-profile palynological approach and a rapid scanning technique, this paper examines whether or not cereal cultivation is representative of a medieval Icelandic farmstead’s social status; first as a correlate by confirming that cereals were grown in association with the...
This paper presents the results of multi-disciplinary research carried out on the deposits of a residual channel (“Peerdemeers”) of the Kale/Durme River in the Moervaart depression, NW Belgium. The combination of physical, botanical, zoological and chemical analyses allowed a detailed...
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