Een gegraven watergang bij de Peelrand als spiegel van de middeleeuwse vegetatie

Translated title of the contribution: A dug watercourse at the Peel Boundary Fault as mirror of the medieval vegetation

John van der Woude, Jacqueline Van Leeuwen

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Abstract

Detailed pollen analysis of a humic layer deposited in a buried man-made water course at the lower side of the Peel Boundary Fault near Uden (NL) revealed a rich vegetation of trees, shrubs, pastures and small-scale arable fields nearby, and larger-scaled arable fields en heaths further away.
Translated title of the contributionA dug watercourse at the Peel Boundary Fault as mirror of the medieval vegetation
Original languageDutch
Pages (from-to)208-213
JournalGrondboor & hamer
Volume74
Issue number5/6
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • Peel Boundary Fault
  • pollen analysis
  • Middle Ages

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