The long-term succession of cladoceran fauna and palaeoclimate forcing: A 14,600-year record from Plešné Lake, the Bohemian Forest

Pražáková, Miroslava; Veselý, Josef; Fott, Jan; Majer, Vladimír; Kopáček, Jiří
December 2006
Biologia;Dec2006 Supplement, Vol. 61, pS387
Academic Journal
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