Pim de Klerk Palynology

Research projects

 

* Reconstruction of the natural vegetation in the Dutch fluvial area near Leerdam (ca. 3500-2000 cal. yr BP)

 

* Confusing concepts in the stratigraphy and geochronology of the Weichselian Lateglacial

 

* Vegetation history and landscape development in NE Germany during the Weichselian Lateglacial and Early Holocene:

     - Endinger Bruch

     - Reinberg Basin

     - Eldena Basin 14

     - Horst Basin 2

     - Environmental impact of the Laacher See eruption (12900 cal BP) on the landscape of NE Germany

 

* Digitalisation and (re)interpretation of old pollen diagrams from E Germany, including those from the Ahlbecker Seegrund, Blankensee, Dubringer Moor, Friedländer Große Wiese, Hennigsdorf, Kalksee, Moorer Busch, Repten, Teufelssee, Tollensetal, Uhyst, and Wiesenau

 

* Development of natural processes in alder carr development in NE Germany

 

* Vegetation history and peatland development in the Biebrza upper basin (NE Poland)

 

* Vegetation history in the centre of the Vasyugan watershed peatland (W Siberia)

 

* Development and functioning of ice-wedge polygon mires in NE Siberia

 

* Photographs of pollen from plants in NE Siberia

 

* Development and functioning of a Skua mound on Spitsbergen (Svalbard

 

* Vegetation history and cultutral development around the percolation bog Ispani 2 (Kolkheti, W Georgia)

 

* Vegetation history and cultural development around Lake Rangsdorf (“Rangsdorfer See”) in central Brandenburg, with special emphasis on the pre-roman Iron Age

 

* Palaeoecological background of the Roman helmet of Deurne (S Netherlands)

 

* The limits of fine-resolution palynology of Sphagnum peat

 

* DAMOCLES: a DAshing MOnolith Cutter for fine sectioning of peats and sediments into LargE Slices

 

* High-resolution palaeoecological research of the last Millennia in the Vosges mountains (NE France)

 

* Presence of pollen and macrofossils attributable to Fagopyrum in western Eurasia prior to the late Medieval

 

* Past presence of Camptotheca in the Red River Delta (northern Vietnam)

 

* Some thoughts on the nomenclature of pollen types

 

 

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