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A pollen diagram from Norwich Crag at Outney Common, Bungay, Suffolk



A pollen diagram from Norwich Crag at Outney Common, Bungay, Suffolk



New Phytologist 110(4): 603-606



A pollen diagram from Norwich Crag at Outney Common, Bungay, gives evidence of a stage with temperate forest, preceded by boreal forest. A tentative correlation of this temperature stage with the Bramertonian Stage is suggested.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.1988.tb00299.x


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