Spruce and broadleaved trees pollen percentages and PAR values in the European part of Russia: 9 years of pollen trap monitoring implemented to the fossil data

Maria Nosova, Elena Severova, Olga Volkova

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/EQ.2017.009

Abstract


Abstract. 9-years results of modern pollen monitoring in the Central European Russia are presented. We discuss some implementations of modern pollen data to the interpretation of fossil distribution for Picea and broadleaved trees pollen.


Keywords


modern pollen deposition; pollen monitoring; Tauber traps; Holocene; Picea; broadleaved trees

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