Amazon by Jorge Enrique Moreno Patino
Pollen Manual and Atlas

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Ecologist Paul Colinvaux's past several years in the Amazon yield this important manual written both in English and Portuguese. Consisting, in large part, of illustrations of the principal pollen types that have been found and identified in the sediments of Amazonian lakes, Amazon Pollen Manual and Atlas will prove a powerful tool for ecologists and climate modelers. The manual also contains brief reviews of pioneering pollen work in the Amazon to date, as well as sections on pollen methods, pollen statistics, paleoecology, and lake coring methods.

About Jorge Enrique Moreno Patino

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Paul Colinvaux is senior research scientist, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, and professor emeritus, The Ohio State University. He has published extensively on ecological topics and hosted the twenty-part PBS series, "What Ecology Really Says," He lives in Woods Hole, MA.
Published April 16, 2007 by Taylor and Francis CRC ebook account. 332 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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