Hazel R. Delcourt, Paul A. Delcourt and Elliott C. Spiker.
1983. A 12000-year record of forest history from Cahaba Pond, St. Clair County,
Alabama. Ecology 64:874-887.
Supplement 1: Pollen and plant macrofossil data.
Ecological Archives E064-003-S1 (ESPS 8311).
This microfiche contains three tables of pollen and plant-macrofossil data that were the basis for construction of the diagrams that appear in Figures 6, 7, and 8 of the site report for Cahaba Pond, St. Clair County, Alabama. Table 1 contains the pollen counts tallied by Hazel R. Delcourt for samples obtained from sediment core 79B. Table 1 includes data for trees, shrubs, lianas, upland herbs, ferns and fern allies, unknown grains, obligate aquatics, deteriorated grains, and counts of Eucalyptus grains added to each sample for determination of pollen influx. Table 2 includes pollen influx values calculated for selected taxa. Table 3 contains counts of plant and animal macrofossils tallied by Paul A. Delcourt for samples obtained from sediment core 79B. Values in this table represent number of macrofossils per 100 cm sediment.
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