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Postglacial Development of Vegetation in the Vicinity of the Wigry lake
Postglacial Development of Vegetation in the Vicinity of the Wigry lake The Late Glacial and Holocene development of vegetation in the vicinity of the Wigry Lake is reconstructed using pollenExpand
The Late Glacial and Holocene development of vegetation in the area of a fossil lake in the Skaliska Basin (north-eastern Poland) inferred from pollen analysis and radiocarbon dating
ABSTRACT The development of vegetation in the Skaliska Basin has been reconstructed on the basis of palynological analysis and radiocarbon dating (AMS technique) of 6 sites from the late phase of theExpand
The Iron Age in the Mrągowo Lake District, Masuria, NE Poland: the Salęt settlement microregion as an example of long-lasting human impact on vegetation
Pollen, non-pollen palynomorphs, charcoal and geochemical analyses of sediments from Lake Salęt (NE Poland) were used to reconstruct vegetation changes related to the activity of the West Balt tribesExpand
Lake–peat bog transformation recorded in the sediments of the Stare Biele mire (Northeastern Poland)
The history of Stare Biele paleolake (northeast Poland) has been reconstructed using subfossil Cladocera remains and pollen and spores of aquatic and mire plants from a sediment core. SedimentExpand
The environmental and cultural contexts of the late Iron Age and medieval settlement in the Mazurian Lake District, NE Poland: combined palaeobotanical and archaeological data
Pollen analysis of sediments from three lakes and analysis of plant macroremains including charcoal from archaeological sites in the Mazurian Lake District provide new data for the reconstruction ofExpand
Compositional turnover and variation in Eemian pollen sequences in Europe
The Eemian interglacial represents a natural experiment on how past vegetation with negligible human impact responded to amplified temperature changes compared to the Holocene, and geographical patterns of turnover and variation are explored. Expand
The east-west migration of trees during the Eemian Interglacial registered on isopollen maps of Poland
Abstract The directions of the post-Wartanian (post-Saalian) migration of some thermophilous trees and shrubs into the territory of Poland was reconstructed on the basis of isopollen maps, preparedExpand
Response of terrestrial and lake environments in NE Poland to Preboreal cold oscillations (PBO)
Abstract The multi-proxy data (pollen, diatoms, Cladocera, 14C) from the sediments of Lake Suchar Wielki representing the period ca. 11,600–9800 cal. BP have allowed the reconstruction of theExpand
Postglacial shifts in lake trophic status based on a multiproxy study of a humic lake
The long-term development of a humic lake ecosystem in Poland was investigated via palaeoecological analyses of age-dated sediment cores. Peat and lacustrine deposit records spanning approximatelyExpand