8 edition of Key to the Quaternary pollen and spores of the Great Lakes region found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 60-61.
|Statement||[by] John H. McAndrews, Albert A. Berti [and] Geoffrey Norris.|
|Series||Royal Ontario Museum life sciences miscellaneous publication|
|Contributions||Berti, Albert A., joint author., Norris, Geoffrey, 1937- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE993 .M22|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||61|
|LC Control Number||74164739|
Previous palynological studies of the Caspian–Black Sea–Mediterranean corridor primarily focused on pollen and spores for paleoecological and chronostratigraphic studies. Until recently, there has been less emphasis on the nonpollen palynomorphs, such as dinoflagellate cysts, algal and fungal spores, and animal remains. Pollen, a mass of microspores in a seed plant, usually appearing as a fine dust and varying greatly in shape and structure. Each pollen grain is formed in the male structures of seed-bearing plants and is transported by various means to the female .
Utilizing pollen spores to investigate post-glacial Great Lakes’ climates. pollen spores Great Lakes, Lake Simcoe Utilizing pollen spores to investigate post-glacial Great Lakes’ climates. pollen spores post glacial sediments Climate / paleo / Quaternary Utilizing pollen spores to investigate post-glacial Great Lakes. (pollen and spores) from clastic sediments. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science Kean, W. F., and T. E. Klebold. Paleomagnetism of sediment cores from Cedarburg Bog, Wisconsin, and a comparison with cores from Lake Michigan. Journal of Great Lakes Research 7: Maher, L. J.
This second edition continues the tradition of an easy-to-use, keyed guide, to the pollen forms found in Quaternary deposits. It has been improved by expanding the original key with several new illustrations, providing a consistent format for each taxon which includes Latin binomial, parent plant common name, size (in micrometers), geographical Reviews: 1. Pollen abstract The new analyses of a sedimentary record of Lake Pata in the Hill of Six Lakes, in NW Amazon and its correlation with other Quaternary proxy records in the region provide new insights regarding the vegetation and climate of the lowland forest during the Last Glacial. Despite what has been reported.
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Pages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: McAndrews, John H. Key to the Quaternary pollen and spores of the Great Lakes region. [Ottawa] Royal Ontario Museum, Key to the Quaternary Pollen and Spores of the Great Lakes Region. Author: John H.
McAndrews, A. Berti, G. Norris Paperback: 61 pagesPublisher: Royal. Key to the Quaternary pollen and spores of the Great Lakes region / By John H. (John Henry) McAndrews, Albert A.
Berti, Geoffrey. Norris and Royal Ontario Museum. Topics: Great Lakes Region, Paleobotany, Plant. The book has three chapters: 1. Modern vegetation and Quaternary vegetation history in China; 2. Key types of Quaternary pollen and spores from different regions in.
As useful references for Quaternary pollen identification, many pollen atlases from different parts of the world were published beforeas listed. Key to the Quaternary Pollen and Spores of the Great Lakes Region, Royal Ontario Museum Life Sciences Miscellaneous Publication, Toronto () Newton et al., M.
Newton, B.A. El Hassan, J. Zavitkovski Role of red alder in western Oregon forest succession. A.A. Berti and G. Norris. Key to the Quaternary pollen and spores of the Great Lakes Region.
Royal Ontario Museum Life Sciences Miscellaneous Publication. 61 p. [A fifth printing () is available for this golden oldie.] McAndrews, J.H. and A.R. Swanson. The pore number of periporate pollen with special reference to Chenopodium.
Key to the Quaternary Pollen and Spores of the Great Lakes Region Life Sciences Miscellaneous Publication Royal Ontario Museum Mitchell, R.S.
Phytogeography and floristic survey of a relic area in the Mariana Lowlands, Florida. Key to the Quaternary pollen and spores of the Great Lakes region.
Royal Ontario Museum Life Sciences Miscellaneous Publication. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ont., Canada. Two pollen records from the northern Great Plains of Montana portray vegetational and climatic changes during the l yr in a region where few other data are available.
A m core from Guardipee Lake, east of the Rocky Mountains in the area formerly covered by the Two Medicine glacial lobe, contains the Glacier Peak G and Mt.
Key to the Quaternary Pollen and Spores of the Great Lakes Region. Royal Ontario Museum Life Sciences Miscellaneous Publication. Martin, P.S. and C.M. Drew. Multiple proxy indicators are regularly used to present robust arguments for paleoenvironmental change.
We use fossil pollen and diatoms from a cm core taken from Cootes Paradise, a coastal wetland in the western end of Lake Ontario, to investigate ecological changes in the late Holocene.
We use consensus analysis to demonstrate that pollen diagrams are best zoned. The late Quaternary Hiscock Site, Genesee County, New York: paleoecological studies based on pollen and plant macrofossils. Laub, R.S., Miller, N.G., and Steadman, D.W.
Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Paleoecology and Archeology of the Eastern Great Lakes Region. Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Scien (). 83 – Pollen analysis plays a critical role in climate change studies during the Quaternary (Fægri and Iverson, ) and is the single most important branch of paleoecology for the late Pleistocene and Holocene (Roberts, ).
Its scientific scope is broad since it encompasses knowledge from many disciplines including botany, geology, ecology. Pollen et Spores, 21– J.H., BERTI, A.A., and NORRIS, G.
Key to the Quaternary pollen and spores of the Great Lakes region. Royal Ontario Museum Life Sciences Miscellaneous Publication. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 61 pp. W.A. Late Quaternary vegetation of central Appalachia and the New Jersey coastal plain.
Mcandrews J, Berti AA, Norris G () Key to the Quaternary pollen and spores of the great lakes region. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada: 61 pp Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada: 61 pp Meinke H () Atlas und Bestimmungsschlüssel zur Pollenalytik.
As pollen and spores are produced in large numbers and dispersed over large areas by wind and water, their fossils are recoverable in statistically significant assemblages in a wide variety of sedimentary er, because pollen and spores are highly resistant to decay and physical alteration, they can be studied in much the same way as the components of living plants.
Key to the Quaternary pollen and spores of the Great Lakes region McAndrews, JH; Berti, AA; Norris, G A comparison of postglacial arcellacean (“thecamoebian”) and pollen succession in Atlantic Canada, illustrating the potential of arcellaceans for paleoclimatic reconstruction.
DOI: / Corpus ID: Atlas of pollen, spores and further non-pollen palynomorphs recorded in the glacial-interglacial late Quaternary sediments of Lake Suigetsu, central Japan.Key to the Quaternary pollen and spores of the Great Lakes region. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Royal Ontario Museum. McAndrews JH, Boyko-Diakonow M.
Pollen analysis of varved sediment at Crawford Lake, Ontario: Evidence of Indian and European farming. In: Fulton Jr RJ, ed. Quaternary geology of Canada and Greenland.Karrow, P.F. Quaternary stratigraphy and history, Great Lakes-St. Lawrence region.
In Quaternary stratigraphy of Canada – a Canadian contribution to IGCP Project Edited by R.J. Fulton. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper pp. – Google Scholar.