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Acta Palaeobotanica, International Journal of Palaeobotany and Palynology
Supplementum No. 2 (1999)
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIFTH EUROPEAN PALEOBOTANICAL AND PALINOLOGICAL CONFERENCE. June 26-30.1998, Kraków.

  • List of participants of the 5th European Palaeobotanical and Palynological Conference. 5.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 5-12.

  • STUCHLIK L.:
    Introductory remarks.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 13-16.

PALAEOZOIC. 15.

  • CLEAL C.J. and THOMAS B.A.:
    Tectonics, tropical forest destruction and global warming in the Late Palaeozoic.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 17-19. <abstract>

  • CONNERY T.:
    Plant Fossils from the Late Devonian Toe Head Sandstone Formation, West Cork, Ireland: A Preliminary Report.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 21-25. <abstract>

  • FALCON-LANG H.J.:
    Late Carboniferous tropical fire ecology: evidence from eastern Canada.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 27-31. <abstract>

  • FLORJAN S. and ŻOŁDANI E.:
    Megaspores and cuticular study of coal pebbles from flysch deposits of the Polish Carpathians.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 33-39. <abstract>

  • GÓRECKA-NOWAK A. and NOWAK G.J.:
    Palynology, petrographic composition and depositional environments of the selected Westphalian a coal seams from the Intrasudetic Basin (SW Poland).

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 41-47. <abstract>

  • POPA M.E.:
    The Early Permian megaflora from the Reşiţa Basin, South Carpathians, Romania.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 47-57. <abstract>

  • STEMPIEŃ-SAŁEK M.:
    Upper Devonian miospore stratigraphy in western Pomerania (NW Poland).
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 59-65. <abstract>

  • TSCHIBRIKOVA E.V., SNIGIREVSKY S.M. and OLLY V.A.:
    In situ spores of some Frasnian fossil plants from the Northern Timan (Russia).

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 67-71. <abstract>

  • TURNAU E.:
    Fluctuation in Composition of Givetian Phytoplankton Assemblages from the Holy Cross Mountains (Poland).

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 73-76. <abstract>

  • ŻOŁDANI E.:
    An Attempt to assess the effect of tuff deposition on a carboniferous peat-bog environment, on the basis of megaspores studies of coal seams (Upper Silesian Coal Basin, Poland).

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 77-81. <abstract>

MESOZOIC. 83.

  • ASHRAF A.R., GE S., XINFU W., UHL D., CHE L. and MOSBRUGGER V.:
    The Triassic-jurassic boundary in the Junggar Basin (NW China) – Preliminary Palynostratigraphic Results.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 85-91. <abstract>

  • COLLINSON M.E., FEATHERSTONE C., CRIPPS J.A., NICHOLS G.J. and SCOTT A.C.:
    Charcoal-rich plant debris accumulations in the Lower Cretaceous of the Isle of Wight, England.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 93-105. <abstract>

  • HERMAN A.B. and SPICER R.A.:
    Mid-cretaceous Grebenka Flora of the North-eastern Russia: two strategies of overwintering.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 107-110. <abstract>

  • KRASSILOV V.A. and BUGDAEVA E.V.:
    An angiosperm cradle community and new proangiosperm taxa.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 111-127. <abstract> <PDF>

  • KVAČEK J.:
    Two Conifers (Taxodiaceae) of the Bohemian Cenomanian (Czech Republic, Central Europe).

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 129-151. <abstract>

  • OTTO A., KVAČEK J. and GOTH K.:
    Biomarkers from the Taxodiaceous conifer Sphenolepis Pecinovensis Kvaček and resin from bohemian Cenomanian.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 153-157. <abstract>

  • PACLTOVÁ B. and LASHIN G.M.A.:
    Characteristic sporomorphs of the Elaterates Province in the Cenomanian of Bohemia (Central Europe) – Comparison with the Mid-cretaceous of Egypt (northern East Africa).

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 159-165. <abstract>

  • PESTCHEVITSKAYA E.B.:
    Early Cretaceous microphytofossils from the Anabar Bay Region (north Siberia).

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 167-171. <abstract>

  • POOLE I. and FRANCIS J.:
    Reconstruction of Antarctic palaeoclimates using angiosperm wood anatomy.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 173-179. <abstract>

  • POPA M.E. and VAN KONIJNENBURG-VAN CITTERT J.H.A.:
    Aspects of Romanian Early Jurassic palaeobotany and palynology. Part I. In situ spores from the Getic Nappe, Banat, Romania.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 181-193. <abstract>

  • SIEGL-FARKAS Á.:
    Comparative palynology of the Senonian Formations in the Pelso and Tisza Units (Hungary).

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 195-198. <abstract>

  • SVOBODOVÁ M. and BRENNER G.J.:
    Correlation of Mid-cretaceous plant microfossils from the Raritan Formation of the Atlantic Coastal Plain with the Peruc-korycany Formation of the Blansko Graben.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 199-209. <abstract>

  • TARASEVICH V.F. and ZHILIN S.G.:
    On monosulcate and disulcate pollen grains from the Albian-turonianin Kazakhstan.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 211-217. <abstract>

  • THÉVENARD F. and BARBACKA M.:
    Two Leaf morphotypes of the Pagiophyllum Peregrinum (Lindley et Hutton) Schenk emend. Kendall from the Mecsek Mountains, Hungary.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 219-231. <abstract>

  • THÉVENARD F., GUIGNARD G. and VAN KONIJNENBURG-VAN CITTERT J.H.A.:
    Ultrastructural study of the cuticle of Hirmeriella Muensteri.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 233-237. <abstract>

  • TRUBICYNA A.N.:
    Middle Jurassic palynological assemblages of the Shaim Petroleum-bearing Region (western Siberia).
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 239-243. <abstract>

  • VORONOVA M.A. and VORONOV N.N.:
    Ultrastructure of the most ancient angiosperm pollen grains from the Early Cretaceous of the Ukraine.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 245-255. <abstract>

  • ZIAJA J. and WCISŁO-LURANIEC E.:
    Are the lower Liassic plants of Odrowąż (Poland) burnt?

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 257-265. <abstract>

TERTIARY. 267.

  • DOLÁKOVÁ N., HLADILOVÁ Š. and NEHYBA S.:
    Development of Sedimentation, molluscs and palynospectra in the Lower Miocene of the south-western Part of the Carpathian Foredeep in Moravia (Czech Republic).

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 269-277. <abstract>

  • GEDL P.:
    Trophic conditions during the early Oligocene stage of the development of the Podhale Flysch Basin (inner Carpathians, Poland): A Dinocyst record.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 279-291. <abstract>

  • GŁAZEK J. and ZASTAWNIAK E.:
    Terrestrial plant fossils in the transgressive Palaeogene Littoral/flysch sequence of the Tatra Mountains (central Carpathians).

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 293-301. <abstract>

  • HARRINGTON G.J.:
    Juglandaceae population dynamics across the Palaeocene – Eocene boundary from the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming, USA.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 303-305. <abstract>

  • IVANOV D.A. and KOLEVA-REKALOVA E.:
    Palynological and sedimentological data about Late Sarmatian palaeoclimatic changes in the Forecarpathian and Euxinian Basins (northern Bulgaria).
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 307-313. <abstract>

  • KAROŃ R.:
    Palinofacies in the Turów open-pit (Poland).

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 315-317. <abstract>

  • KEDVES M.:
    LM and TEM Investigations on Hungarian Neogene lignites.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 319-329. <abstract>

  • KOHLMAN-ADAMSKA A., ZIEMBIŃSKA-TWORZYDŁO M.:
    Microstructure of the tectum sculpture visible under SEM – A Diagnostic feature for the botanical affinity of fossil pollen species.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 331-339. <abstract>

  • MIHAJLOVIĆ Đ. and LAZAREVIĆ Z.:
    Three Late Pontian leaf-floras from northern Serbia reflecting different environments.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 341-347. <abstract>

  • RIEGEL W., BODE T., HAMMER J., HAMMER-SCHIEMANN G., LENZ O. and WILDE V.:
    The palaeoecology of the Lower and Middle Eocene at Helmstedt, northern Germany – A study in contrasts.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 349-358. <abstract>

  • RYLOVA T., YAKUBOVSKAYA T. and KHURSEVICH G.:
    Palaeobotanical evidence for correlating the stratigraphy of the neogene deposits of Belarus.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 359-363. <abstract>

  • SACHSE M., MOHR B. and SUC J.-P.:
    The Makrilia-flora (crete, Greece) – A contribution to the Neogene history of the climate and vegetation of the eastern Mediterranean.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 365-372. <abstract>

  • SITÁR V. and KOVÁČOVÁ-SLAMKOVÁ M.:
    Palaeobotanical and palynological study of the Upper Badenian sediments from the Ne Part of the Vienna Basin (locality Devínska Nová Ves).

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 373-389. <abstract>

  • STUCHLIK L., IVANOV D. and PALAMAREV E.:
    Middle and late Miocene floristic changes in the Northern and Southern parts of the Central Paratethys.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 391-397. <abstract>

  • SYABRYAJ S.:
    Palaeolandscapes of the Late Sarmatian Hipparion Fauna Stage of the Ukraine (using palynological data).

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 399-401. <abstract>

  • TITCHENER F.R.:
    Leaf feeding traces from the Upper Pliocene fossil lagerstätte of Willershausen, Lower Saxony, Germany.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 403-409. <abstract>

  • VAN DER BURGH J.:
    Symplocaceae and Cyrillaceae in the Lower Rhenish Brown Coal: important components of a peat-generating vegetation.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 411-417. <abstract>

  • VELITZELOS E. and KVAČEK Z.:
    Review of the Late Miocene flora of Vegora, Western Macedonia, Greece.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 419-427. <abstract>

  • VIKULIN S.V.:
    The Eocene and Early Oligocene floras of the Russian Plain and their relation to the palaeofloras of Central Europe.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 429-445. <abstract>

  • WILDE V. and FRANKENHÄUSER H.:
    Comptonia-like leaves from the German Middle Eocene.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 447-463. <abstract>

PLEISTOCENE. 465.

  • BAKRAČ K. and KOCH G.:
    A palynological contribution to the Quaternary deposits in the Wider area of Zagreb (Croatia).

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 467-469. <abstract>

  • DEMSKE D. and MOHR B.:
    Palynological studies on Late Pliocene/Early Pleistocene sediments from lake Baikal (Siberia).

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 471-473. <abstract>

  • KALNINA L.:
    Palynology of the Late Elsterian to Early Saalian aquatic sediments in western Latvia.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 475-480. <abstract>

  • KLOTZ S. and PROSS J.:
    Pollen-based climate reconstructions in the European Pleistocene: The modified indicator species approach as a tool for quantitative analysis.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 481-486. <abstract>

  • KUSZELL T. and MALKIEWICZ M.:
    Palynological profiles of the Eemian and Early Vistulian in south-western Poland.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 487-490. <abstract>

  • MAGYARI E., JAKAB G., RUDNER E. and SÜMEGI P.:
    Palynological and plant macrofossil data on Late Pleistocene short-term climatic oscillations in north-eastern Hungary.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 491-502. <abstract>

  • MARTINETTO E.:
    Chronological framing of Pliocene to Early Pleistocene plant macrofossil assemblages from northern Italy.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 503-511. <abstract>

  • RYLOVA T. and KHURSEVICH G.:
    Biostratigraphic Subdivision of Pleistocene deposits in the Seilovichi-49 sequence (Belarus).

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 513-522. <abstract>

  • SAVCHENKO I.E. and PAVLOVSKAYA I.E.:
    Muravian (Eemian) and Early Poozerian (weichselian) deposits at Azarichi (eastern Belarus).
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 523-527. <abstract>

  • VELICHKEVICH F.YU.:
    The microevolutionary Trends in the Quaternary floras of the East-European Plain.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 529-535. <abstract>

  • YELOVICHEVA Y.:
    Evolution of a macrosuccessional series of palaeophytocoenoses during the Pleistocene and Holocene in Belarus.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 537-542. <abstract>

HOLOCENE. 543.

  • ATANASSOVA J.:
    Palaeoecological investigations of Late Quaternary sediments from the western Black Sea.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 545-548. <abstract>

  • BŘÍZOVÁ E.:
    Late Glacial and Holocene Development of the vegetation in the Labe (Elbe) river flood-plain (central Bohemia, Czech Republic).

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 549-554. <abstract>

  • KVAVADZE E.:
    The result of palynological studies of sediments from the cultivated layers of the late Bronze and Early Iron Ages in the steppe regions of Georgia.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 555-559. <abstract>

  • LEVKOVSKAYA G., ANISUTKIN N., BELIAEVA E., STEPANOV Y. and BOGOLUBOVA A.:
    Distribution maps of the Palaeolithic sites studied by pollen and plant macrofossil analyses (database for the former USSR).

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 561-565. <abstract>

  • MIOTK-SZPIGANOWICZ G.:
    Palynological investigations of the peat-bog near Juszki Village, south of Kościerzyna (Kaszuby Lake District), preliminary results.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 567-571. <abstract>

  • MOE D. and FEDELE F.G.:
    A pollen analytical study on the ancient use of a present-day path in the Central Alps.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 573-580. <abstract>

  • NIEWIAROWSKI W. and NORYŚKIEWICZ B.:
    Environmental changes in the vicinity of Biskupin in selected periods of the last six thousand years and their reflection in pollen diagrams.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 581-588. <abstract>

  • OGNJANOVA-RUMENOVA N., FILIPOVA-MARINOVA M. and POPOVA E.:
    Analysis of vegetation-environment relationships in the bay of Sozopol, Bulgarian Black Sea Coast by the cca method.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 589-593. <abstract>

  • PARDOE H.S.:
    The Representation of high arctic plant communities in surface pollen assemblages.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 595. <abstract>

  • PASHKEVICH G.:
    New evidence for plant exploitation by the Scythian tribes during the Early Iron Age in the Ukraine.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 597-601. <abstract>

  • POSKA A. and VESKI S.:
    Man and environment at 9500 Bp. a palynological study of an Early-Mesolithic settlement site in south-west Estonia.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 603-607. <abstract>

  • SIMAKOVA G.:
    Peculiarities of the palaeogeography in the vicinity of the Krivina peat-bog in the Late Glacial and Holocene.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 609-614. <abstract>

  • STEFANOVA I.:
    The Holocene forest limit in the northern Pirin Mts (south-western Bulgaria) – palaeoecological evidence from pollen analysis, macrofossil plant remains and 14C dating.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 615-618. <abstract>

GENERAL PALAEOBOTANY. 619.

  • BOULTER M.C.:
    Evolution controls itself.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 621-622. <abstract>

  • CHALONER W.G.:
    The evolution of the carbon cycle.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 623-628. <abstract>

  • COLLINSON M.E., FINCH P., MÖSLE B., WILSON R. and SCOTT A.C.:
    Preservation of plant cuticles.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 629-632. <abstract>

  • DENK T.:
    The taxonomy of Fagus in Western Eurasia and the ancestors of Fagus sylvatica S.l.
    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 633-641. <abstract>

  • LEVKOVSKAYA G.M.:
    Palynoteratical complexes as indicators of natural ecological stress, past and present.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 643-648. <abstract>

  • SHATILOVA I.I. and STUCHLIK L.:
    Palaeobotanical data to the history of the family Hamamelidaceae.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 649-651. <abstract>

  • VAN BERGEN P.F., COLLINSON M.E. and STANKIEWICZ B.A.:
    The importance of molecular palaeobotany.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 653-657. <abstract>

  • WALANUS A. and NALEPKA D.:
    Polpal program for counting pollen grains, diagrams plotting and numerical analysis.

    Acta Palaeobotanica Suppl. 2. 1999: 659-661. <abstract>

  • List of reviewers of the Proceedings volume. 663.