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Cregganmore loss-on-ignition dataset - Neotoma Dataset 4001

Neotoma Dataset 4001

Cregganmore loss-on-ignition dataset

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Constituent Database: European Pollen Database

Dataset Type: loss-on-ignition

Latitude: 54.25

Longitude: -9.6

Age Range: 2460 – 13460

Description: Small lake. Physiography: in a small gently sloping basin. Surrounding vegetation: blanket bog.

Affiliated Researchers

Name Affiliation Contribution
Davis, Basil A. S. ARVE Group Institute of Environmental Science and Technology (ISTE), Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), 1015 Lausanne, Switzerland Researcher
Grimm, Eric Christopher University of Minnesota, Department of Earth Sciences, 310 Pillsbury Drive SE, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455-0231, USA DataCurator
McKeever, Madeline H. NA ProjectLeader
McKeever, Madeline H. NA Researcher
Watts, William A. Department of Botany, Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland DataCollector


publicationid citation
591 McKeever, M.H. 1984. Comparative palynological studies of two lake sites in western Ireland and northwestern Spain. Master’s thesis. Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

Data Citation


McKeever, Madeline H.. 2013. Cregganmore loss-on-ignition dataset. In, European Pollen Database. Neotoma Paleoecological Database. URL:


  author={McKeever, Madeline H.},
  title={Cregganmore loss-on-ignition dataset},
  booktitle={European Pollen Database},
  publisher={Neotoma Paleoecological Database},

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