Middle-Holocene alluvial forests and associated fluvial environments: A multi-proxy reconstruction from the lower Scheldt, N Belgium:

@inproceedings{Deforce2014MiddleHoloceneAF,
  title={Middle-Holocene alluvial forests and associated fluvial environments: A multi-proxy reconstruction from the lower Scheldt, N Belgium:},
  author={Koen Deforce and Annelies Storme and Jan Bastiaens and Sofie Debruyne and L. A. Denys and Anton Ervynck and Erwin Meylemans and Herman Stieperaere and Wim Van Neer and Philippe Cromb{\'e}},
  year={2014}
}
Analyses of pollen, plant macrofossils (seeds, fruits, wood and mosses), molluscs, diatoms and vertebrate (mainly fish) remains allowed a detailed reconstruction of a middle-Holocene alluvial forest and its associated hydrological conditions. The use of multiple proxies resulted in a taxonomically more detailed and environmentally more comprehensive understanding of terrestrial as well as aquatic habitats. The results demonstrate possible biases in palaeoecological reconstructions of alluvial… CONTINUE READING
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