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Olbramovice pollen dataset - Neotoma Dataset 4319

Neotoma Dataset 4319

Olbramovice pollen dataset

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Constituent Database: European Pollen Database

Dataset Type: pollen

Latitude: 48.991667

Longitude: 16.4

Age Range: 610 – 3870

Description: Spring peat bog. Surrounding vegetation: alnenion glutinoso-incanae.

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
Svobodova, Helena Institute of Botany, Pruhonice 25243, CZECH REPUBLIC DataCollector
Svobodova, Helena Institute of Botany, Pruhonice 25243, CZECH REPUBLIC ProjectLeader
Svobodova, Helena Institute of Botany, Pruhonice 25243, CZECH REPUBLIC Researcher


publicationid citation
1336 Svobodova, H. 1992. The development of the southern Moravian vegetation in the Late Glacial and Holocene [in Czech]. Thesis. Institute of Botany Pruhonice, Czech Republic.

Data Citation


Svobodova, Helena. 2013. Olbramovice pollen dataset. In, European Pollen Database. Neotoma Paleoecological Database. URL:


  author={Svobodova, Helena},
  title={Olbramovice pollen dataset},
  booktitle={European Pollen Database},
  publisher={Neotoma Paleoecological Database},

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