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Taphonomic features of Arctic pollen


, : Taphonomic features of Arctic pollen. Izvestiia Akademii Nauk. Seriia Biologicheskaia: 240-252

The composition of the primary pollen changes during pollen transfer and redistribution over the Earth's surface and fossilization. These processes are particularly pronounced in the tundra zone. Patterns of pollen spectra formation in the subaerial and subaqueous deposits of the tundra zone were considered and the differences in the content of palynomorphs with exine rupture were revealed. The changes in the effect of regional and local taphonomic factors on Arctic tundra slopes were traced.

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PMID: 16004288

DOI: 10.1007/s10525-005-0030-5


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