Prehistoric land use as recorded in a lake-shore core at Lake Constance

@article{Rsch1993PrehistoricLU,
  title={Prehistoric land use as recorded in a lake-shore core at Lake Constance},
  author={Manfred R{\"o}sch},
  journal={Vegetation History and Archaeobotany},
  year={1993},
  volume={2},
  pages={213-232}
}
The second part of a pollen profile from Hornstaad/Lake Constance (Germany), containing the Atlantic and Subboreal (6400 cal B.C. to 700 cal B.C.) is presented. The diagram has a sampling interval of 1 cm and an average time resolution of 10 years. The cereal curve provided the basis for cereal zones, which are used to classify the human impact. Twenty-six cereal zones can be distinguished, most of them divided into subzones, from 5500 cal B.C. to 700 cal B.C. They correspond to both known and… CONTINUE READING

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