2017
DOI: 10.1016/j.revpalbo.2017.05.006
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Analysis of exotic pollen grains and spores from thawing lakes of King George Island, Antarctic Peninsula

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“…The strong winds often experienced in this region may also contribute to local redistribution of exotic biological material. Kappen & Straka (1988) reported pollen and spores of 23 taxa and Agostini et al (2017) reported pollen and spores of 17 different families of vascular plants in studies carried out on King George Island, also in the South Shetland Islands. This included pollen of Fagus spp.…”
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“…The strong winds often experienced in this region may also contribute to local redistribution of exotic biological material. Kappen & Straka (1988) reported pollen and spores of 23 taxa and Agostini et al (2017) reported pollen and spores of 17 different families of vascular plants in studies carried out on King George Island, also in the South Shetland Islands. This included pollen of Fagus spp.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%