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Holocene pollen stratigraphy and bog development in the western part of the Kola Peninsula, Russia / Constantin V. Kremenetski, Tatiana Vaschalova, Sergei Goriachkin, Alexandr Cherkinsky, Leopold D. Sulerzhitsky.

Title: Holocene pollen stratigraphy and bog development in the western part of the Kola Peninsula, Russia / Constantin V. Kremenetski, Tatiana Vaschalova, Sergei Goriachkin, Alexandr Cherkinsky, Leopold D. Sulerzhitsky.
Author(s): Kremenetski, Constantin V.
Vaschalova, Tatiana.
Goriachkin, Sergei.
Cherkinsky, Alexandr.
Sulerzhitsky, Leopold D.
Date: 1997.
In: Boreas. (1997.), Vol. 26(2) (1997)
Abstract: Pollen and macrofossil investigations and radiocarbon datings were carried out at bog in Khibiny mountains and bog on Rybachiy Peninsula. Peat accumulation started c. 6500-5500 BC. Pinus sylvestris reached present northern limit by 5000 BC, while 4000-3000 was time of maximal progress of birch tundra up to Barents Sea shoreline. Alnus incana grew up to Rybachiy Peninsula. By c. 3500 BC Picea obovata had immigrated to mountains. After 3000/2500 BC forests had retreated, and tundra belt bordering Barents Sea shore was formed. By 1500 BC spruce had reached modern northern limit.
Notes:

Boreas. Vol. 26(2) :91-102 (1997).

Keywords: 551.583.2 -- Climatic changes, historic.
581.081.3 -- Pollen analysis.
634.0.181.65 -- Trees, environmental influence on.
D -- Atmospheric sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*531.9) -- Murmanskaya Oblast'.
SPRI record no.: 143937

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