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Palaeogeography of forest trees in the Czech Republic around 2000 BP: Methodical approach and selected results Paleogeografie hlavních dřevin na území České republiky před 2000 lety: Metodický přístup a vybrané výsledky

  title={Palaeogeography of forest trees in the Czech Republic around 2000 BP: Methodical approach and selected results Paleogeografie hlavn{\'i}ch dřevin na {\'u}zem{\'i} {\vC}esk{\'e} republiky před 2000 lety: Metodick{\'y} př{\'i}stup a vybran{\'e} v{\'y}sledky},
  author={Petr P o k o r n {\'y}},
Spatial variations in regional forest composition are analyzed for the period around 2 000 years before present in the territory of the Czech Republic. The results of pollen analyses at 16 different sites (original data and those published by other authors) form the basis of this study. The results are preliminary because of the small number of sites sampled. This article demonstrates the possibilities of the approach and is the first step to a wider application in the future. The conclusions… 

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