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  • Pollen analysis and Quaternary research in Scotland
  • Methodological advances are considered in the context of research in Scotland. The applications of pollen analysis in specific areas of Scottish Quaternary research are discussed. These include the reconstruction of interglacial, interstadial
  • Pleistocene stages in the Middle Dnieper basin by evidence of spore-pollen analysis of loesses in Lithology and stratigraphy of loess and paleosols.
  • A case of drowning. The end of Subatlantic peat growth and related palaeoenvironmental changes in the lower Scheldt basin (Belgium) based on diatom and pollen analysis
  • The immigration and spread of spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) in Norway, traced by pollen analysis and radio-carbon datings. A preliminary report
  • preventing uniform conclusions at this stage of the investigations. A radio-carbon-dating and the pollen analysis showed the presence of boreal sediments at the same depth of probably older (Eemian) deposits). (Les AA.).
  • A combined diatom-, mollusc-and pollen investigation procurred many new and interesting data about the diatom flora and the mollusc fauna as well as about the environment and the age of the sediments. The absence of direct reference investigations
  • The pollen analysis of a boring, completed with four C dates, shows the evolution of the landscape since the end of the Atlantic period. The formation of the peat dated 5445120 B.P. gives evidence for a stopping of the flandrian transgression
  • sands on the basis of pollen analysis, C and archeological findings. Grain-size analyses of sediments collected in various points of the discussed area reveal differences among particular stands. Reasons for such grain-size variations should be looked
  • 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
  • This paper deals with the sediments that have filled up the Bergen inlet. The scouring effect of the inlet caused significant erosion of the Pleistocene sandy sediments. Dating by mean of pollen analysis indicate a short life of the Bergen inlet
  • The age of podzolised soils in a polycyclic profile is discussed. A humic podzol in drift-sand is covering a gleyic podzol in coversand. Pollen analysis indicates a soil formation period for both podzolised soils of less than two centuries. (AIS).
  • Sediments from basins indicate a lithostratigraphy representative of an isolation from the sea during Late Weichselian. Diatom analysis was used to determine salinity changes, which were dated by pollen analysis and the radiocarbon method. The area
  • characteristically form crater-like hummocks rising 0,5 to 1,5 metres above the mire environment. They are composed mainly of Bryales or Carex-Bryales peat and in the light of pollen and C analysis they began to form at the end of the Pre-Boreal and beginning
  • Multivariate analysis applied to interpretation of geographical characteristics of podzols in southeastern Norway and western Demark
  • Social deprivation: an analysis of intercensal change
  • An analysis of second jobholding in the EEC
  • Sediment analysis at Gibraltar Point, Lincolnshire
  • An analysis of industrial closures: Irish experience 1960-1973
  • New industry input linkages in Ireland: an econometric analysis
  • The three-way factor analysis of spatio-temporal change of Poland's socio-economic structure
  • The three-way model of factor analysis is introduced into the study of the evolution of spatial patterns. This model achieves an integration of the temporal and spatial approaches to socio-economic structure. Three-way factor analysis is used
  • Spatial interaction in the Amersfoort region: a system analysis
  • A six stage approach to the analysis of spatial interaction in urban and regional systems is outlined in general terms and its application is illustrated by a system analysis of three types of spatial interaction in the Amersfoort region