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Botanik i smykkeskrinet

– en hilsen fra en varm tid

Af Finn N. Rasmussen, Bo B. Johansen og Anders L. Damgård

Bowen, G.B. Maibauer, B.J., Kraus, M.J., Röhl, U. Westerhold, T. Steimke, A. Gingerich, P.D, Wing, S.L.  & Clyde, C.C.  2015. Two massive, rapid releases of carbon during the onset of the Palaeocene-Eocene thermal maximum. Nature Geoscience 8: 44-47.

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Sadowski, E-M. Schmidt, A. R., & Denk, T. 2020. Staminate inflorescences with in situ pollen from Eocene Baltic amber reveal high diversity in Fagaceae (oak family) Willdenowia 50: 405-517. Tilgængelig online: https://bioone.org/journals/willdenowia/volume-50/issue-3/wi.50.50303/Staminate-inflorescences-with-in-situ-pollen-from-Eocene-Baltic-amber/10.3372/wi.50.50303.full

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Sadowski, E-M., Schmidt,A.R., Seyfullah, L., & Kunzmann, L. 2017. Conifers of the ‘Baltic Amber Forest’ and their Palaeoecological Significance. Stapfia 106: 1-7

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