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Andreev, Andrei A (2004): Pollen record of a sediment profile from Lake Nikolay. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.726708, In supplement to: Andreev, Andrei A; Tarasov, Pavel E; Schwamborn, Georg; Ilyashuk, Boris P; Ilyashuk, Elena A; Bobrov, Anatoly A; Klimanov, Vladimir A; Rachold, Volker; Hubberten, Hans-Wolfgang (2004): Holocene paleoenvironmental records from Nikolay Lake, Lena River Delta, Arctic Russia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 209(1-4), 197-217, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2004.02.010

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Coverage:
Latitude: 73.666600 * Longitude: 124.250000
Minimum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 0.000 m * Maximum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 1.030 m
Event(s):
Nikolay * Latitude: 73.666600 * Longitude: 124.250000 * Elevation Start: 35.0 m * Elevation End: 16.0 m * Location: Nikolay Lake, Lena Delta, Russia * Method/Device: Geological profile sampling (GEOPRO) * Comment: Moss-grass, low-shrub tundra
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethod/DeviceComment
1DEPTH, sediment/rockDepthmGeocode
2Pinus subgen. Diploxylon-typeP. s/g Diplo-T#Andreev, Andrei A
3Pinus subgen. Haploxylon-typeP. s/g Haplo-T#Andreev, Andrei A
4LarixLar#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
5PinaceaePinae#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
6PiceaPic#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
7AbiesAbi#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
8Betula sect. AlbaeBet.Se.A#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
9Betula sect. NanaeBet.Se.N#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
10Alnus fruticosa-typeAln.f-T#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
11AlnusAln#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
12JuglansJug#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
13SalixSal#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
14PoaceaePoac#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
15CyperaceaeCypae#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
16EricalesErl#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
17ArtemisiaArt#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
18BrassicaceaeBraae#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
19CaryophyllaceaeCphae#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
20AsteraceaeAstae#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
21CichoriaceaeCchae#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
22RanunculaceaeRanae#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
23ThalictrumTha#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
24RosaceaeRosae#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
25Rubus chamaemorusRub.c#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
26ValerianaVal#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
27Epilobium-typeEpl-T#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
28Polygonum bistorta-typePol.b-T#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
29Rumex/Oxyria-typeRum/Ox-T#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
30SaxifragaSax#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
31PolemoniumPoe#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
32ArmeriaArm#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
33Menyanthes trifoliataMey.t#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
34IndeterminataIndet#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
35PolypodiaceaePocae#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
36BotrychiumBot#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
37Lycopodium clavatum-typeLyc.c-T#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
38Lycopodium annotinum-typeLyc.a-T#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
39Lycopodium inundatum-typeL. inundatum-T#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
40LycopodiumLyc#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
41HuperziaHup#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
42EquisetumEqu#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
43Selaginella rupestrisSel.r#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
44SphagnumSph#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
45EncalyptaEnc#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
46BryalesBryes#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
47Pollen, redepositedPollen redep#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
48BotryococcusBot#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
49PediastrumPdi#Andreev, Andrei ACounting, palynology
Size:
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