Textbook of pollen analysis. / By Knut Faegri and Johs. Iversen Faegri, Knut

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Faegri, Knut
Palynology.; Pollen, Fossil.; Pollen.
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Where does the pollen go. Production and dispersal of pollen grains
  • 3. Where pollen is found. Organic deposits, origin and description
  • 4. How pollen is recovered. Field technique (Quaternary pollen analysis)
  • 5. Finding the grain. Laboratory technique
  • 6. Presenting the results. Pollen diagrams and maps
  • 7. Where did the pollen come from? Interpretation of the findings
  • 8. How to use the information. Applications of pollen analysis
  • 9. Archaeopalynology. Pollen analysis of the human environment
  • 10. Some other microfossils
  • 11. What pollen is and does. Form and function of the pollen grain
  • 12. Which plant? Identification keys for the northwest European pollen flora.
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