By: R Kendo, C Childs and I Atkinson
85 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Opal phytoliths are particles of opal (amorphous hydrated silica) that develop in the tissues of plants. When plants decay, they accumulate in the soil, and provide a record of the plants that once grew there. This is the first work to treat these important paleobotanical indicators in New Zealand.
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