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Blandin Pond pollen dataset - Neotoma Dataset 280

Neotoma Dataset 280

Blandin Pond pollen dataset

DOI: 10.21233/N36892

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Constituent Database: North American Pollen Database

Dataset Type: pollen

Latitude: 47.133333

Longitude: -93.666667

Age Range: -30 – 150

Description: Kettle lake. Physiography: Sugar Hills area, rough rolling topo. Surrounding vegetation: Alnus, Fraxinus, Betula, Thuja, Abies.

Affiliated Researchers

Name Affiliation Contribution
Alwin, Baird C. NA DataCollector
Alwin, Baird C. NA Researcher
Cushing, Edward J. Department of Ecology, Evolution and Behavior, University of Minnesota, 100 Ecology Building, St. Paul, MN 55108, USA ProjectLeader
Grimm, Eric Christopher University of Minnesota, Department of Earth Sciences, 310 Pillsbury Drive SE, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455-0231, USA DataCurator
Porter, Stephen C. Species at Risk/Habitat Support Section, Fish & Wildlife Branch - MoE, 3211 Albert St, Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 5W6, Canada Researcher


publicationid citation
475 Alwin, B.C. 1982. Vegetation history of the Sugar Hills area, Itasca CO., Minnesota. Thesis. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

Data Citation


Cushing, Edward J.. 2013. Blandin Pond pollen dataset. In, North American Pollen Database. Neotoma Paleoecological Database. doi: 10.21233/N36892


  author={Cushing, Edward J.},
  title={Blandin Pond pollen dataset},
  booktitle={North American Pollen Database},
  publisher={Neotoma Paleoecological Database},

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