Pollen records and lithology of profiles from Lobsigensee, Switzerland, supplement to: Ammann, Brigitta (1989): Late-Quaternary palynology at Lobsigensee - Regional vegetation history and local lake development. ISBN 978-3-443-64049-1, Dissertationes Botanicae, 137, 157 pp

Brigitta Ammann
Lobsigensee is a small kettle hole lake 15 km north-west of Bern on the Swiss Plateau, at an altitude of 514 m asl. Its surface is 2ha today, its maximum depth 2.7 m; it has no inlet and the overflow functions mainly during snow melting. The area was covered by Rhone ice during the Last Glaciation (map in Fig.2). Local geology, climate and vegetation are summarized in Figure 3A-C, the history of settlement in Figures...
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