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Paleoecology of Volcanic Soils in the Columbian Central Cordillera (Parque Nacional Natural de los Nevados)

Monograph
Series: Dissertationes Botanicae Volume: 95
By: Johannes Barwold Salomons(Author)
212 pages, 10 plates with b/w photos; 42 b/w illustrations, 8 tables
Paleoecology of Volcanic Soils in the Columbian Central Cordillera (Parque Nacional Natural de los Nevados)
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Language: English with trilingual summary in English, Dutch and Spanish

This is the author's PhD thesis. A palnological study was carried out of seventeen soil/tephra sequences from a transect through the "Parque Nacional Natural de los Nevados", Central Cordillera, Colombia, an area with high active and semi-active volcanoes.The altitudes from which the different sections were derived range from 1700 to 4500 m altitude. The present study provides detailed paleoecological evidence of approximately the last 45,000 years.

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Monograph
Series: Dissertationes Botanicae Volume: 95
By: Johannes Barwold Salomons(Author)
212 pages, 10 plates with b/w photos; 42 b/w illustrations, 8 tables
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