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  • Lithology, stratigraphy, and palynology of Holocene deposits in the Drentsche Aa valley system
  • From the palynological data it is concluded that the Singraven Formation in the Aa valley is confined to the Holocene. Two fluvial erosion phases causing headward erosion are distinguished: a Late Dryas phase, anticipating the deposition
  • Comment : the palynology of fluvial sediments : with special reference to alluvium of historic age from the upper Axe valley, Mendip Hills, Somerset
  • Vegetational development in the montainous areas of southwestern Bulgaria. 1. Palynological investigations and reconstruction of past vegetation
  • A palynological study of a Holocene deposit from Grand-Bongard (Hautes-Fagnes, Belgium)
  • A peat deposit from a valley in the Hautes-Fagnes was studied palynologically. The radiocarbon-dated pollen profile spans most of the Holocene and constitutes one of the most detailed records of post-glacial vegetational changes in E. Belgium
  • Palynologie, een sleutel tot de reconstructie van het historich bodemgebruik. (The palynological record, a key to the reconstruction of the history of agricultural land use)
  • Pollen analysis and radiocarbon dating of a core section from Hosingen Luxembourg provides a very detailed record of the successive vegetations from 1200 A.D. until today. This palynological record agrees largely with the consecutive events known
  • Paleogeography of loess accumulation in the light of palynological data in Lithology and stratigraphy of loess and paleosols.
  • Palynological evidence indicates more diverse climatic conditions for loess accumulation in the various regions of the USSR than it had been supposed earlier. Loess-like deposits formed in desert, semidesert, steppe, forest-steppe or tundra-steppe
  • Palynological investigations of Eemian deposits in the Drentsche Aa area (Drente, the Netherlands)
  • Stratigraphy, palynology and radiocarbon dating of Middle and Late Weichselian deposits in the Drentsche Aa valley system (Drente, the Netherlands)
  • deposits cover these Pleniglacial deposits and relief. The tentative stratigraphic interpretation of these valley sediments is based on superposition and palynological data of pollen-bearing organic levels. However, the radiocarbon dates from the thaw lake
  • Geology, palynology and age of a pingo remnant near Daarle, province of Overijssel, The Netherlands in Developments in physical geography. A tribute to J. I. S. Zonneveld..
  • Een eeuwen jong podzolprofiel op de Schaijksche Heide palynologisch bekeken. (A centuries young section of podzolised soil from the Schaijksche Heide (The Netherlands), a palynological interpretation)
  • Palynology of the Prée marsh Calctufas (at 30km north of Angouleme) betrays altogether the occurence of the first deforestation, spreading out of the thermophytic species, and the coming on of cereals. This important event took place at the end
  • Palynological investigations of earliest Pleistocene deposits at Frechen, some ten kilometers West of Cologne permit the dating of these sediments in terms of the Dutch biostratigraphic scale. Of special interest is a newly discovered interglacial
  • Further palynological and diatomological data were gathered on the stratotype section of the Middle Pleistocene Herzeele Formation. The pollen record of an important gully infilling indicated that a revision of the chronostratigraphical
  • It has been demonstrated, applying palynological analysis to the infill of a depression without outlet in Gutland (Luxembourg) that the average rate of soil erosion expressed as a surface lowering in mm/1000 years has been fluctuating considerably
  • After a palynological analysis a humic layer has been dated through the C-method. The age is 2660 100 B.P. (bottom) and 1965 110 B.P. (top). This dating matches the Iron Age material that has been found. The knowledge of the ecology
  • On the basis of periglacial phenomena, palynological records and former snowline altitudes an attempt has been made to obtain more information regarding the climate and the stratigraphy in the Netherlands and surrounding countries during
  • The palynological study demonstrated the evolution of the vegetational cover from the end of the Late Glacial to a subatlantic phase subsequent to a maximum of Fagus. The beginning and the end of the peat formation as well as a Fagus maximum
  • Stratigraphic, textural, minerological, geochemical and palynological investigations indicate the existence of: lacustrine clay from the Late Eemian (Hovden thermomer)| dark clayey basal till of the Early Weichselian age (Hovden kryomer)| lacustrine
  • A palynological and stratigraphical study has been performed on glacial, interglacial and interstadial deposits outcropping in the Dranse river valley and which have been reached by two drill holes (Sionnex and Royal) near Evian. Ages