Some differences between the compositions of the pollen spectra were noticed as concerns the interglacial period.
For instance, Abies and Taxus pollen as well as significantly high percentages o/Calluna vulgaris pollen in NE Poland towards the end of the period are present only in the Polish sections.
The cultivation of Triticum began at ~250 b.c., Secale at ~a.d. The changes of water level correspond well with other sites in central and northern Europe. Although carefully collected, accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Differing provisions from the publisher's actual policy or licence agreement may be applicable.
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This may suggest a more Atlantic type of the climate during the Last Interglacial in Poland than in Belarus. The palaeoecological reconstruction is based on the results of high-resolution plant macrofossil analyses as well as records from pollen, Cladocera and radiocarbon dating.
ABSTRACT: We present the postglacial history of vegetation, human activities and changes in lake level in the context of climate change in northeast Poland from ~14,000 cal. Climate fluctuations and human activity have caused many changes in vegetation development in Jezioro Linówek and in the vicinity of this lake.
The most representative and long Late Pleistocene pollen sequences covering the late glacial of the penultimate glaciation (Warta/Pripiat), the last interglacial (Eemian/Muravian) and the early glacial of the Last Glaciation (Vistulian/Poozerie) from the territory of Poland and Belarus have been correlated.
The resemblance of pollen spectra in these pollen sequences and a parallel succession of Regional Pollen Assemblage Zones in the considered time intervals suggest that the natural environment of Poland and Belarus underwent synchronous changes under unidirectional climatic transformations.
The Early Holocene warming that occurred at ~9500 b.c.
caused an increase in Betula and the colonisation of Linówek by Potamogeton lucens, Nymphaea alba and Chara sp.
Qualitative and quantitative features of the Regional Pollen Assemblage Zones show similarities and differences in vegetation and climate changes in the study area.
A comparison of the pollen spectra from Poland and Belarus suggests that both territories were affected by a similar climate particularly during the cold intervals.