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Holocene vegetation history in the territory of Sagalassos (southwest Turkey)

M. Vermoere

Holocene vegetation history in the territory of Sagalassos (southwest Turkey)

a palynological approach

by M. Vermoere

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Published by Brepols in Turnhout .
Written in English


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Statementby M. Vermoere.
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Paginationxii, 360 p. ;
Number of Pages360
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Open LibraryOL22610127M
ISBN 102503521886

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Holocene vegetation history in the territory of Sagalassos (southwest Turkey) by M. Vermoere Download PDF EPUB FB2

This study presents a broad picture of the vegetation history in the territory of Sagalassos during the Holocene based on pollen-analysis of cores taken from various Quaternary deposits in the area. The fossil pollen data are interpreted by using modern reference pollen data, obtained from the current vegetation types.

Get this from a library. Holocene vegetation history in the territory of Sagalassos (Southwest Turkey): a palynological approach. [M Vermoere].

Man, Vegetation and climate during the Holocene in the territory of Sagalassos, Western Taurus Mountains, SW Turkey Article (PDF Available) in Vegetation.

Abstract. Past vegetation change and the influence of climate change and anthropogenic pressure during the Holocene is constructed from a series of palynological records sampled from three locations within the territory of the antique site of by:   Vermoere M () Holocene vegetation history in the territory of Sagalassos.

Studies in Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology—SEMA 6 Google Scholar Zahno C, Akçar N, Yavuz V, Kubik PW, Schlüchter C () Surface exposure dating of Late Pleistocene glaciations at the Dedegöl Mountains (Lake Beyşehir, SW Turkey).Author: Nizamettin Kazancı, Neil Roberts.

Late Holocene vegetation history in Harghita Mountains (Romania) 95 GEOREVIEW, Vol. 21 () The age-depth model was constructed based. The papers presented in this volume offer an insight in the basic geo-archaeological, archaeometrical and bio-archaeological research performed since the publication of volume V (Waelkens and Loots, ) within the framework of the excavations and surveys in and around the ancient city of Sagalassos (SW Turkey) and its km² large territory carried out.

La Cappadoce se compose de plusieurs régions et a subi des transformations répétées (Strabon XII, 1, 1). Cependant, on observe une permanence de son identité. Histoire et archéologie témoignent des liens de la Cappadoce avec les régions voisines de Transcaucasie et de Mésopotamie septentrionale, l’ensemble faisant charnière entre le monde grec et iranien.

Lake Johnston cirque contains some of the best subalpine rainforest in Tasmania. Pollen from the sediments shows Lagarostrobos franklinii, which presently reaches m, may be a glacial agus cunninghamii–Nothofagus gunnii subalpine rainforest developed between and 14 C yr B.P., with a maximum at 14 C yr B.P.

After 14 C yr B.P. Cited by: The Holocene I Tegetatzon Ei~story ofthe Romnej) Marsh Regzon 3 0 Newchurch Romney Marsh O9 The Cheyne Fzg. The Rornney Iursh regzori showzng the locnllon of the ~adzocarbon dated pollen dzu~rurns (see Table l. 1 jor a lcev to the rutmbers) of the vegetation history of south-eastcrn England and the.

Holocene vegetation and climate were deduced from pollen records. During the Early Holocene (ca. 10 − cal yr BP), dry, cool-temperate conditions encouraged Quercus -dominated deciduous broad-leaved forests with conifers (Pinus) and cool-tolerant birch (Betula) in the hills and mountainous areas as post-glacial warming by: Holocene vegetation history in Asodani Valley basin Palaeoecological correlation among the study sites and others in and around the Aso caldera is shown in Fig.

On the basis of phytolith records, vegetation history in Asodani Valley during the Holocene is interpreted as by: 9. Pollen and plant macrofossil date from six sites along an elevational gradient (— m) in the east—central Adirondack Mountains (New York) reveal the history of six tree taxa (Picea, Abies, Pinus strobus, Tsuga, Betula papyrifera,B.

lutea) in the region during the past 10 yr. Space—time plots of the data show how spatial patterns of vegetation along the elevational Cited by: Llanos is presented.

The 25 cm pollen record summarizes the vegetation history during the Early Holocene, f to 7, calendar yr BP. The vegetation was characterized by a Poaceae marsh, where Asteraceae, Melastomataceae, Schefflera-type and Phyllanthus were the most abundant shrubs and trees.

Pollen-types richness was lower than that. Contribution to Early Holocene vegetation and climate history of Eastern Orinoco Llanos, Venezuela, from a paleoecological record of a Mauritia L.f.

swamp. Contribuição para a história da vegetação e clima durante o Holoceno Temprano do Llanos Orientais do Orinoco, Venezuela, a partir de um registro paleoecológico de um pântano Mauritia L.f. holocene the forested areas contracted, probably in response to a drier climate.

During the late holocene, arboreal vegetation became more prominent due to the return of wetter climate, most likely similar to those prevailing today (Pessenda et al.Behling and CostaFreitas et al.Bush et al.

Mayle and Power ,Cited by: 4. A radiocarbon-dated history of vegetation development since late Wisconsin deglaciation has been reconstructed from pollen evidence preserved in a sediment core from Pass Lake on Prince of Wales Island, southeastern Alaska.

The shallow lake is in the south-central part of the island and occupies a low pass that was filled by glacial ice of local origin during the late Wisconsin.

A HOLOCENE VEGETATION RECORD FROM THE EASTERN SIDE OF WILSONS PROMONTORY, VICTORIA BY P. LADD School of Botany, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, Australia {Accepted 10 July ) SUMMARY Pollen analysis of sediment at a site on the eastern side of Wilsons Promontory (southernCited by: Late Pleistocene and Holocene Vegetation, Climate Dynamics, and Amazonian Taxa in the Atlantic Forest, Linhares, SE Brazil.

Analysis of biological proxies in lake sediment and geochemical analysis of soil profiles reveal natural vegetation dynamics, with climate inferences, since the late Pleistocene in a fragment of the pristine lowland.

A late-Holocene vegetation history from the Maya lowlands, Lamanai, Northern Belize Elizabeth AC Rushton,1 Sarah E Metcalfe1 and Bronwen S Whitney2 Abstract A 3 m core from the New River Lagoon, adjacent to the Maya city of Lamanai, Northern Belize, contains a continuous record of vegetation change between c.

bc and ad Inferred File Size: KB. A MIDDLE HOLOCENE VEGETATION RECORD FROM THE MOJAVE DESERT OF NORTH AMERICA AND ITS PALEOCLIMATIC SIGNIFICANCE [Packrat middens] [W Geoffrey Spaulding] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : W Geoffrey Spaulding. Mid-Holocene vegetation change in the Troad (W Anatolia): man-made or natural?.

Vegetation history and archaeobotany. Springer nr, pp.ISSN Marinova E., Thiebault S. Anthracological analysis from Kovacevo, southwest Bulgaria: woodland vegetation and its use during the earliest stages of the European Neolithic. HOLOCENE VARIATION IN SPATIAL SCALES OF VEGETATION PATTERN IN THE UPPER GREAT LAKES1 LISA J.

GRAUMLICH Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona USA MARGARET B. DAVIS Department of Ecology and Behavioral Biology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota USA Abstract.

Based on the current climate requirements of the tree—limit species, an early Holocene summer thermal optimum ≈ ° C higher than present is inferred.

Subsequently, tree—limit vegetation changed gradually, in dynamic equilibrium with progressive summer cooling and increasing humidity and snow cover, i.e., a decreasingly seasonal by: Holocene vegetation history in the territory of Sagalassos (southwest Turkey).

A palynological approach. PhD thesis KU Leuven. Pyck, N. Phylogenetic relations within Dipsacales. A combined molecular and morphological approach. PhD thesis KU Leuven.

Jansen, S. Comparative wood anatomy of the Rubiaceae and phylogenetic implications of. A palynological investigation of Holocene vegetation change in Torres Strait, seasonal tropics of northern Australia Cassandra Rowe⁎ Department of Archaeology and Natural History, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, Canberra, ACTAustralia Accepted 27 February Abstract.

I've been researching plants in the Holocene Epoch, and I'm having A LOT of trouble finding information. I need to know the dominant groups of plants, new species, typical plants, and any major extictions. All I can find on every webpage and textbook is- "plant life did not evolve much during this epoch." PLEASE HELP IF YOU CAN.

thanks:). Book Review of Sagalassos VI: Geo- and Bio-Archaeology at Sagalassos and in Its Territory, edited by Patrick Degryse and Marc Waelkens Reviewed by Peter Ian Kuniholm American Journal of Archaeology Vol.

No. 1 (January ). Holocene vegetation Much of the present land surface of Shetland is covered with blanket peat with plant communities dominated by heather, grasses and sedges. The flora is restricted, with only some native vascular species, when compared with the vegetation covers which existed earlier in the Holocene and in previous warm intervals.

around the mid-Holocene. Considering that the mid-Holocene was a time of greater humidity than the late Pleistocene, vegetation cover in South America and Africa would have been dominated by forest or closed vegetation landscapes, at least for most of their lower altitude tropical regions.

We attribute the loss of. Pollen and charcoal signals from the MNP records have improved the understanding of tree-grass coexistence and the impact of fire on the dynamics of the savanna ecosystem in the Limpopo Valley.

This record has therefore contributed to a greater understanding of late Holocene vegetation change and the fire history of the greater Limpopo : Nonkululeko Mantombi Nomalanga.

Ngoloyi. Pollen analysis of sediment at a site on the eastern side of Wilsons Promontory (southern Australia) privides a record of the vegetation from about 13 B.P. to the present. A Eucalyptus forest was present on the site at first, but was replaced by a Melaleuca scrub or thicket about B.P., probably reflecting a rise in the by: 2 36 identified were climate change, grazing pressure, fire events and cultivation.

The vegetation showed 37 gradual, threshold and elastic responses to these drivers, at different space (local vs.

regional) and time 38 scales, revealing a complex ecological history. Regional responses to perturbations were sometimes 39 delayed with respect to the local response. [Extract] This report presents results of the first systematic palaeobiogeographical investigation undertaken in Torres Strait.

Palynological investigations centered on the islands of Mua, Badu and Zurath are aimed at the reconstruction of vegetation histories in mangrove, swamp, rainforest and sclerophyll environments. Targeting the Holocene history of each dominant island vegetation Cited by: 8.

Carrión J. Fernández S. González-Sampériz P. et al. () “Expected trends and surprises in the Lateglacial and Holocene vegetation history of the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands” Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology () – Cited by: 1.

Scythian cultures emerged (van Geel et al. We suggest that Holocene climate change could be one of the factors affecting regional cultural development. Not much is known about the Holocene climate and environments of Southern Siberia.

This large area comprises intermountain depressions within the Altai and Sayan mountain systems. A chain of. Holocene Vegetation History in the Territory of Sagalassos (Southwest Turkey) A Palynological Approach ,00 € 99,00 € Journal of Mosaic Research Volume 9, 29,00 € Smintheion.

Troas'ta Bir Kutsal A00 € Kuruçay Höyük II. Results of the Excavations the Late Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Settleme00 €. Key words: Macroremains, Iberian Peninsula, coastal forest, vegetation history, taxonomic composition, Holocene, Quercus robur, Ulmus minor, Vitis vinifera.

Introduction Over the last 20 years, palaeobotanical studies of non-archaeolog­ ical substrates have considerably increased our knowledge of the. Davidson entitled "Paleoecological Analysis of Holocene Vegetation, Lake in the Woods, Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park." I have examined the final copy of this thesis for form and content and recommend that it be accepted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science, with a major in Ecology.

AB - Holocene climatic variability and human impact on vegetation are reconstructed from a region in central European Russia, which lies at an important ecotone between broadleaf forest and steppe. For the first time in this region we adopt a multi-proxy approach that combines analysis of local mire conditions from plant macrofossil and testate.

vegetation from the inner volcanic cone, re­ duced or eliminated certain species ofplants and animals, introduced otherspecies ofnon­ native plants and animals, and utilized the swamps for taro cultivation (Steadman and KirchKirch et at.). The purposeofthis study was to investigate these Holocene events in the sedimentary.This suggests that occasional events leading to long-distance dispersal dominate the Holocene colonization of northern temperate forest by woodland herbs, and this, in turn, has implications for issues ranging from the importance of genetic analyses to the structure of metapopulation models.understand the evolution and environmental history of vegetation in the western Cantabrian range during the Holocene.

The mech­ anisms that exert control over vegetation changes or stability over time are also discussed in light of this new information. 2. Study area Regional setting This study examined sites that are spread along the western.