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Aliuk Pond pollen dataset - Neotoma Dataset 27

Neotoma Dataset 27

Aliuk Pond pollen dataset

DOI: 10.21233/N3KS3C

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Constituent Database: North American Pollen Database

Dataset Type: pollen

Latitude: 54.583333

Longitude: -57.366667

Age Range: 2250 – 9970

Description: Small glacial scour lake. Physiography: coastal lowlands. Surrounding vegetation: sedge-shrub and lichen-heath tundra.


Affiliated Researchers

Name Affiliation Contribution
Grimm, Eric Christopher University of Minnesota, Department of Earth Sciences, 310 Pillsbury Drive SE, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455-0231, USA DataCurator
Jordan, Richard H. NA DataCollector
Jordan, Richard H. NA ProjectLeader
Jordan, Richard H. NA Researcher
Porter, Stephen C. Species at Risk/Habitat Support Section, Fish & Wildlife Branch - MoE, 3211 Albert St, Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 5W6, Canada Researcher

Publications

publicationid citation
147 Jordan, R.H. 1975. Pollen diagrams from Hamilton Inlet, central Labrador, and their environmental implications for the northern maritime Archaic. Arctic Anthropology 12:92-116.

Data Citation

APA

Jordan, Richard H.. 2013. Aliuk Pond pollen dataset. In, North American Pollen Database. Neotoma Paleoecological Database. doi: 10.21233/N3KS3C

BibTeX

@inbook{
  author={Jordan, Richard H.},
  year={2013},
  title={Aliuk Pond pollen dataset},
  booktitle={North American Pollen Database},
  publisher={Neotoma Paleoecological Database},
  doi={10.21233/N3KS3C}
}

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