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Record #118649:

Erosion and vegetational changes in South Greenland caused by agriculture / Bent Fredskild.

Title: Erosion and vegetational changes in South Greenland caused by agriculture / Bent Fredskild.
Author(s): Fredskild, Bent.
Date: 1992.
In: Geografisk Tidsskrift. (1992.), Vol. 92 (1992)
Abstract: Presents results of pollen analyses and measurements of magnetic parameters in lakes and ponds in sub-Arctic South Greenland. These show drastic environmental changes following introduction of agriculture by Norse ca 1000 AD, and subsequent recovery prior to reintroduction of sheep breeding in twentieth century.
Notes:

Geografisk Tidsskrift. Vol. 92 :14-21 (1992).

Keywords: 903 -- Archaeology: Vikings.
631 -- Agriculture.
636 -- Animal husbandry and domestic animals.
636.3 -- Sheep and goats, domesticated.
58 -- Botany.
58.073 -- Plants, influence of animals and man.
551.3.053 -- Geological erosion, corrosion and disintegration.
504.05 -- Environmental damage.
93"04/14" -- Fifth to fifteenth centuries A.D.
G -- Botany.
(*38) -- Greenland.
(*384.84) -- Narssaq.
SPRI record no.: 118649

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