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Coring with the Livingstone Well-Aijen (The Netherlands)

Next to La Meuse river, near the villages of Welland Aijen, there is a large archaeological site with a long history of human occupation, including the remains of a large Mesolithic hunter gatherer community ( 230 more words

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Brown, J.H. (2014) Why are there so many species in the tropics? Journal of Biogeography 41, 8-22. DOI:  10.1111/jbi.12228

Matamoro-Vidal, A., Prieu, C., Furness, C.A., Albert, B.

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Palynologendagen 2015

Palynologendagen
“Een historisch-ecologische benadering van het landschap in noord-oost Twente”
(“A historical-sociological approach to understanding landscapes in north-east Twente”)
8-9 October 2015
Organized by: Harm Smeenge… 261 more words

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Boren in het Uddelermeer

University of Amsterdam Palaeoecology & Landscape Ecology researcher Stefan Engels explains his research into the fossil record from Lake Uddelermeer on Vroege Vogels, to watch Stefan in action visit: … 6 more words

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