The Bryophyte Tortella flavovirens (Bruch) Broth. in late glacial sediments from Usselo (The Netherlands) and its significance as a palaeo-environmental indicator
Acta botanica neerlandica , Volume 32 - Issue 5/6 p. 431- 436
The presence of remains of Tortella flavovirens in a lake deposit of Bolling age (ca, 12,200 years B.P.) corroborates the idea that landscape, soils and vegetation in sandy areas in N.W.-Europe had certain characteristics in common with the present calcareous coastal sand dunes in Denmark, The Netherlands and Belgium.
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J. Wiegers, & B. van Geel. (1983). The Bryophyte Tortella flavovirens (Bruch) Broth. in late glacial sediments from Usselo (The Netherlands) and its significance as a palaeo-environmental indicator. Acta botanica neerlandica, 32(5/6), 431–436.
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