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      The use of Rarefaction Analysis for Estimating Palynological Richness from Quaternary Pollen-Analytical Data

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      The Holocene

      SAGE Publications

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                Journal
                The Holocene
                The Holocene
                SAGE Publications
                0959-6836
                1477-0911
                March 1992
                March 1992
                : 2
                : 1
                : 1-10
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                10.1177/095968369200200101
                © 1992

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