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Acta Palaeobotanica, International Journal of Palaeobotany and Palynology
Volume 39 (1999): pars: 1, 2
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Vol. 39, 1


  • WÓJCICKI J.J., SONG S. and WANG Y.:
    Fossil Trapa L. of China. 1. A new locality from the Miocene of the Liang He Coal Mine, West Yunnan.

    Acta Palaeobotanica 1999 39 (1): 5-14. <abstract> <PDF>

  • VELICHKEVICH F.Yu. and LESIAK M.A.:
    Potamogeton
    species of the Kholmech Flora in Belarus.

    Acta Palaeobotanica 1999 39 (1): 15-27. <abstract> <PDF>

  • VELICHKEVICH F.Yu. and MAMAKOWA K.:
    Taxonomic revision of the collections of plant macrofossils from some localities of Poland now referred to the Vistulian Glaciation
    .
    Acta Palaeobotanica 1999 39 (1): 29-87. <abstract> <PDF>

  • NITA M.:
    Mazovian Interglacial at Konieczki near Kłobuck (Silesian-Cracovian Upland).

    Acta Palaeobotanica 1999 39 (1): 89-135. <abstract> <PDF>

  • BIENIEK A.:
    The use of plant resources in the Early Centuries Ad on the basis of plant macroremains from the Roman Iron Age site at W±sosz Górny, near Kłobuck, Central Poland.
    Acta Palaeobotanica 1999 39 (1): 137-169. <abstract> <PDF>

  • KVAVADZE E.:
    The first results of the pollen monitoring programme in the Caucasus Mountains (Georgia).

    Acta Palaeobotanica 1999 39 (1): 171-177. <abstract> <PDF>

Vol. 39, 2

  • LATAŁOWA M.:
    Palaeoecological reconstruction of the environmental conditions and economy in early medieval Wolin – against a background of the Holocene history of the landscape.

    Acta Palaeobotanica 1999 39 (2): 183-271. <abstract> <PDF>

    SUB-CONTENTS:

    • Introduction. 184.
    • The present-day natural environment. 185.
      • Geomorphology, soils and climate. 185.
      • Vegetation. 186.
    • Location and development of the early medieval town of Wolin. 187.
    • Palaeoecological sites and sampling procedures. 188.
      • Wolin II. 188.
      • Wolin I. 188.
    • Laboratory methods and presentation of results. 188.
    • Results. 190.
      • Lithology, culture layers and dating. 190.
        • Wolin II. 190.
        • Wolin I. 190.
      • Pollen analysis. 192.
        • Wolin II. 192.
        • Wolin I. 194.
      • Macrofossil analysis. 195.
        • Wolin II. 195.
        • Wolin I. 195.
          • List of taxa. 195.
          • Habitat groups. 201.
          • Macrofossil diagram. 204.
      • Selected diatom and chemical data from the Wolin I profile. 205.
    • An outline of the Holocene history of the landscape prior to the early medieval period as shown by pollen and macrofossil analyses. 208.
      • Woodlands and heath. 208.
      • Wetlands. 210.
      • Prehistoric settlement and development of agriculture. 213.
    • The economy of early medieval Wolin as reflected by palaeoecological data. 214.
      • Exploitation of natural resources and gathering of plants. 215.
      • Cultivated plants. 216.
      • Agriculture in the light of the species composition of fossil weeds and the problem of the origin of some crop remains. 218.
      • Exotic plants in early medieval Wolin. 224.
      • The use of plants and development of agriculture in early medieval Wolin compared with data from other contemporary sites. 224.
    • Hydrological changes during activity at the early medieval port. 226.
    • Pollen versus macrofossil data in deposits at the port of Wolin. 227.
    • The origin of the Wolin port deposits – formation of culture layers at this site. 230.
    • Summary. 230.
    • Acknowledgement. 232.
    • References. 232.
    • Appendix. 239.
    • Plates. 245.