• Geography
  • Published 1995

Woodland clearance in west-central Scotland during the past 3000 years

@inproceedings{Ramsay1995WoodlandCI,
  title={Woodland clearance in west-central Scotland during the past 3000 years},
  author={Susan Ramsay},
  year={1995}
}
Pollen diagrams were produced from peat profiles taken from four raised bogs in west- central Scotland: Walls Hill Bog, Lochend Loch Bog, Lenzie Moss and Gartlea Bog. These sites have produced a detailed overview of the vegetation changes brought about by human impact in the area over the last three thousand years. This picture has been enhanced by peat stratigraphy diagrams, charcoal estimations and suites of accelerator radiocarbon dates from three of the four sites. Pollen influx data was… CONTINUE READING

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