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Are modern pollen assemblages from soils and mosses the same? A comparison of natural pollen traps from subtropical China (2021)
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Fang, Y., Bunting, M. J., Ma, C., & Yang, X. (2022). Are modern pollen assemblages from soils and mosses the same? A comparison of natural pollen traps from subtropical China. CATENA, 209(1), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.2021.105790

This study investigated the pollen spectra from 46 pairs of soil and moss samples (pairs collected within a 1 m2 squared area). The samples were collected from six common subtropical vegetation communities in the Meiling Mountains, southeast China, w... Read More about Are modern pollen assemblages from soils and mosses the same? A comparison of natural pollen traps from subtropical China.

Novel methods of estimating relative pollen productivity; a key parameter for reconstruction of past land cover from pollen records (2019)
Journal Article
Fang, Y., Ma, C., & Bunting, M. J. (2019). Novel methods of estimating relative pollen productivity; a key parameter for reconstruction of past land cover from pollen records. Progress in physical geography, 43(6), 731-753. https://doi.org/10.1177/0309133319861808

Reconstructing land cover from pollen data using mathematical models of the relationship between them has the potential to translate the many thousand pollen records produced over the last 100 years (over 2300 radiocarbon-dated pollen records exist f... Read More about Novel methods of estimating relative pollen productivity; a key parameter for reconstruction of past land cover from pollen records.