Neolithic wooden trackways and bog hydrology

@article{Casparie1994NeolithicWT,
  title={Neolithic wooden trackways and bog hydrology},
  author={Willem Arnold Casparie and A. H. M. Moloney},
  journal={Journal of Paleolimnology},
  year={1994},
  volume={12},
  pages={49-64}
}
Five wooden trackways in raised bogs located along a precipitation gradient in Northwest Europe (Ireland, England, The Netherlands and Germany), and all dated toc. 2600 cal.BC, show differences in building method related to variable hydrological conditions in the local bog surfaces. Differences in the bearing strength of the highly humified hummock-hollow surfaces can be largely attributed to differences in the climatically related water content of the peat. Water balance studies, based on… 
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