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  • ELSEVIER Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 100 (1998) 189255

    Subject IndexReview of Palaeobotany and Palynology

    Volumes 51100

    Abean Orogeny see Hercynian OrogenyAbelia

    paleobotany 96(3-4) 231-240Aberdeen Scotland

    paleobotany 90(3-4) 175-193Abies

    92(3-4) 389-393Canada, Quaternary 79(1-2) 7-30Quebec, Quaternary 79(1-2) 31-68

    Abies balsameaQuaternary 79(1-2) 31-68

    Abo Finland see Turku Finlandabsolute age see C-14; charcoal; K/Arabsolute dating see absolute ageAcacia

    Oligocene 81(2-4) 327-335Acalypha

    paleobotany 97(1-2) 123-153Acalyphoideae

    paleobotany 81(2-4) 257-277Acanthaceae

    paleobotany 72(3-4) 229-243; 84(3-4)331-345

    AcantheaePlantae 92(3-4) 253-268

    Acanthodiacrodiumpaleobotany 52(2-3) 161-177

    AcanthopsisPlantae 92(3-4) 253-268

    Acanthotricolpitespaleobotany 67(3-4) 217-227

    AcanthusPlantae 92(3-4) 253-268

    AcerFrance, Quaternary 82(1-2) 97-112

    Achomosphaera argesensispaleobotany 59(1-4) 51-55

    Acithecapaleobotany 67(1-2) 141-152

    Acmisponpaleobotany 81(2-4) 233-255

    acritarchs see also Baltisphaeridium93(1-4) 9-22Arctic region 56(3-4) 275-304Argentina, stratigraphy 98(1-2) 41-45Belgium, stratigraphy 98(1-2) 47-79Brazil, Permian 99(3-4) 217-233China 98(1-2) 15-25Colombia 71(1-4) 255-268Egypt 85(3-4) 303-317England 80(1-2) 39-54; 89(3-4) 305-317;

    98(1-2) 81-94; 100(1-2) 89-98Estonia 100(1-2) 99-108France 62(1-2) 107-156

    Devonian 87(1) 1-14stratigraphy 87(1) 27-41

    Germany 100(1-2) 89-98stratigraphy 98(1-2) 47-79

    Indian Ocean Islands 77(3-4) 213-233Iowa 98(1-2) 125-152Iran, paleomagnetism 86(1-2) 91-109Italy, Pliocene 84(1-2) 181-199Jordan, stratigraphy 66(3-4) 167-180Missouri 70(3) 217-223Morocco, Paleozoic 66(3-4) 211-227New Mexico 98(1-2) 153-157Norway 52(2-3) 137-159Poland, Cambrian 54(1-2) 1-10Quebec, Pisces 93(1-4) 191-215Saudi Arabia 89(1-2) 19-25

    stratigraphy 56(1-2) 41-60Spain 98(1-2) 95-103

    stratigraphy 86(1-2) 111-133; 93(1-4)23-34; 98(1-2) 33-40; 98(1-2) 105-124

    Sweden 52(4) 257-297; 68(1-2) 119-126;98(1-2) 27-32stratigraphy 65(1-4) 217-228

    Turkey 93(1-4) 35-76Wales, Devonian 56(1-2) 69-87

    Actinomycetalespaleontology 80(1-2) 75-84

    actual age (absolute age) see absolute age

    actualism see uniformitarianismAculeiferum

    Oligocene 81(2-4) 327-335Adams County Ohio

    paleobotany 85(3-4) 183-187palynomorphs 97(1-2) 1-8Plantae 92(3-4) 269-279

    adaptive radiationCaribbean region, stratigraphy 100(1-2)

    109-122paleontology 70(3) 259-261

    Aesculus hippocastanumstratigraphy 81(1) 33-52

    Africa see also Central Africa; East Africa;North Africa; Sahara; Southern Africa;West Africa

    Carboniferous 83(1-3) 261-273Devonian, Ghadames Basin 58(2-4)

    173-196paleobotany 67(1-2) 153-177; 80(3-4) 339;

    84(3-4) 439-480Lake Malawi 97(1-2) 123-153Lake Tanganyika 61(1-2) 69-88

    Permian 86(1-2) 157-173Plantae 92(3-4) 253-268Quaternary 55(1-3) 101-140; 99(1) 17-24

    Kalahari Desert 55(1-3) 155-174Lake Tanganyika 78(3-4) 381-394Sahel 55(1-3) 141-154; 99(3-4) 235-246;

    100(1-2) 39-72Spermatophyta 51(4) 327

    Afropollispaleobotany 58(2-4) 289-299

    Afzeliapaleobotany 83(1-3) 31-42

    Aglaophyton majorpaleobotany 90(3-4) 175-193

    Aglosperma quadrapartinapaleobotany 93(1-4) 235-252

    Agnotozoic see ProterozoicAgoraie

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    Abean Orogeny Agoraie

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    Quaternary 63(3-4) 299-313Agrio Formation

    Cretaceous 65(1-4) 319-330Ain France

    Quaternary 82(1-2) 97-112Alabama see also Ripley Formation

    paleobotanyClarke County Alabama 91(1-4) 23-34Washington County Alabama 91(1-4)

    23-34Plantae 58(1) 61-83

    Alabama River 58(1) 47-59Baldwin County Alabama(1) 47-59

    Alabama RiverPlantae 58(1) 47-59

    Alai Range see Hissar RangeAlangiaceae

    paleobotany 94(1-2) 111-122Alangium

    Eocene 63(3-4) 281-297paleobotany 94(1-2) 111-122

    AlaskaCretaceous 81(1) 19-32Quaternary 63(1-2) 35-52; 92(1-2) 83-95

    Alberta see also Edmonton Formation;Paskapoo Formation

    paleobotany 70(1-2) 125-146Drumheller Alberta 70(1-2) 67-76

    Plantae, Drumheller Alberta 70(1-2) 3-8Quaternary 79(1-2) 83-97stratigraphy, Red Deer River valley

    65(1-4) 75-84Albian

    Colombia 66(3-4) 345-359Maryland 80(3-4) 291-303Poland 87(1) 43-50Portugal 66(3-4) 313-344Texas 98(1-2) 177-186Virginia 72(3-4) 245-255

    Alborz Mountains see ElburzAlchornea

    Pliocene 78(1-2) 69-127Aldina

    paleobotany 67(1-2) 153-177Aleteverrucosispora

    paleobotany 84(3-4) 201-220Alethopteris

    paleobotany 57(3-4) 265-276Alethopteris zeilleri

    paleobotany 78(1-2) 1-18Alexander Island

    paleobotany 92(1-2) 1-28algae see also cyanobacteria; stromatolites

    84(3-4) 201-220; 86(3-4) 287-314Australia, Permian 86(1-2) 157-173Botryococcus

    Estonia 71(1-4) 1-15New South Wales Australia 71(1-4) 1-15Sweden 71(1-4) 1-15

    calcareous algae, China 100(1-2) 73-88Charophyta 94(3-4) 259-293

    China 100(1-2) 73-88South Africa 89(3-4) 417-428

    China, Quaternary 55(1-3) 193-206Chlorophyceae

    Denmark 74(1-2) 55-75Western Australia 80(3-4) 209-234

    Chlorophyta 87(2-4) 81-322Colorado 59(1-4) 1-6New Mexico 59(1-4) 1-6Texas 98(1-2) 177-186

    Chrysophyta, Mississippi 80(1-2) 75-84Corallinaceae

    Europe 94(1-2) 1-9France 77(3-4) 263-272Spain 86(3-4) 265-285

    Dasycladaceae 89(3-4) 489-490China 100(1-2) 73-88

    diatomsBelgium 59(1-4) 7-36Commonwealth of Independent States

    58(2-4) 357-362Netherlands 55(4) 273-316New South Wales Australia 80(3-4)

    311-332paleontology 98(1-2) 3-14Sweden 83(1-3) 107-117

    India, Permian 86(1-2) 157-173nannofossils

    Belgium 99(3-4) 265-315Denmark 99(3-4) 265-315England 99(3-4) 265-315Italy 97(1-2) 177-196paleontology 98(1-2) 3-14

    Norway 52(2-3) 137-159Phaeophyta 87(2-4) 81-322

    South Africa 91(1-4) 143-149Pyrrhophyta

    Arctic Ocean 98(1-2) 159-176Morocco 70(4) 325-338

    Turkey, Tertiary 58(2-4) 139-161Algeria

    paleobotany 86(1-2) 49-68Algidasphaeridium spongium

    paleobotany 97(3-4) 319-337Alismidae

    British Columbia 70(1-2) 173-185Alisocysta margarita

    paleobotany 56(3-4) 327-344Alisporites

    stratigraphy 61(1-2) 101-138Allan Hills

    paleobotany 90(3-4) 303-318Allegheny Group

    paleobotany 57(3-4) 299-312palynomorphs 90(1-2) 113-140

    Allenby Formation

    paleobotany 70(1-2) 147-162; 70(1-2)173-185

    AllerodIreland 63(1-2) 1-11

    alluvial deposits see alluviumalluvial fans

    Italy, paleobotany 91(1-4) 63-84alluvium

    Cambodia, paleobotany 68(1-2) 87-117Germany, paleobotany 91(1-4) 1-21Vietnam, paleobotany 68(1-2) 87-117

    AlnusIreland, Quaternary 67(1-2) 75-113Netherlands, stratigraphy 52(2-3) 179-204stratigraphy 81(1) 65-82

    Alnus glutinosastratigraphy 81(1) 65-82

    Alnus virdisstratigraphy 81(1) 65-82

    Alportianpaleobotany 80(1-2) 39-54

    Alpspaleobotany 52(4) 375-402; 91(1-4) 63-84Quaternary, French Alps 89(3-4) 455-467;

    91(1-4) 399-416; 97(3-4) 227-237stratigraphy, Dolomites 53(3-4) 329-348

    Alrea roseapaleobotany 57(1-2) 45-74

    Alsacepaleobotany 62(1-2) 107-156

    Althacea hirsutapaleobotany 57(1-2) 45-74

    Althaea officinalispaleobotany 57(1-2) 45-74

    Amazon Basinpaleobotany 96(1-2) 31-45; 100(1-2)

    123-124Quaternary 55(1-3) 73-81; 99(2) 143-156stratigraphy 86(1-2) 147-155

    amberMississippi, paleontology 80(1-2) 75-84

    Ambo Grouppaleobotany 80(1-2) 19-38

    Amery Grouppaleobotany 79(3-4) 221-244

    Ammonidium listerialgae 52(2-3) 137-159

    AmmonoideaFrance, stratigraphy 87(1) 15-26Russian Federation, paleobotany 91(1-4)

    187-240Amorgos

    Quaternary 73(1-4) 133-143Amorpheae

    paleobotany 64(1-4) 129-136Amphora coronata

    paleobotany 84(1-2) 57-72Ampullula erchunensis

    paleobotany 86(1-2) 13-48

    Agrio Formation Ampullula erchunensis

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    Ampullula sueticapaleobotany 68(1-2) 119-126

    AmsterdamoyaQuaternary 73(1-4) 145-151

    Anabaenapaleobotany 83(1-3) 97-105

    Anadenatherapaleobotany 52(4) 367-374

    analogues, modern see modern analogsAnapaulia moodyi

    Plantae 93(1-4) 127-145Anaxagorea brevipes

    paleobotany 85(3-4) 123-152Andalusia Spain see Granada SpainAndalusiella

    paleobotany 91(1-4) 171-186Andepts

    Colombia, soils 60(1-2) 149-163Anderson County Kansas see Garnett

    KansasAndes see also Argentina; Chile; Venezuela

    paleobotany 83(1-3) 185-198Eastern Cordillera 71(1-4) 255-268;

    92(1-2) 157-205palynomorphs, Eastern Cordillera 92(1-2)

    97-156Pliocene, Eastern Cordillera 78(1-2)

    69-127; 92(3-4) 329-350Quaternary, Eastern Cordillera 62(3-4)

    249-290; 77(3-4) 235-262stratigraphy, Eastern Cordillera 98(1-2)

    41-45Andhra Pradesh India

    paleobotany 54(1-2) 11-42; 89(3-4)469-480

    Andorrageochronology 69(4) 299-324

    Andrographideaepaleobotany 72(3-4) 229-243

    Andrographispaleobotany 72(3-4) 229-243

    Androstrobus balmeipaleobotany 65(1-4) 165-173

    Androstrobus phialophorapaleobotany 77(3-4) 301-304

    Anemia dicksonioidespaleobotany 70(4) 279-295

    Anemia sphenopteroidespaleobotany 70(4) 279-295

    Angaridiumpaleobotany 90(1-2) 41-62

    Angarolepispaleobotany 53(3-4) 359-376

    Angiopteris blackiipaleobotany 51(1-3) 65-93

    Angiospermae see also Dicotyledoneae;Monocotyledoneae

    58(1) 33-46; 61(1-2) 147-173; 70(3)257-258; 75(3-4) 301-315; 75(3-4)

    317-322; 83(4) 356; 85(3-4) 199-205;89(3-4) 487; 91(1-4) 423-424; 92(1-2)29-54; 98(3-4) 293-301

    Alabama 91(1-4) 23-34Antarctica 74(3-4) 163-192; 86(3-4)

    175-198stratigraphy 81(2-4) 151-164Atlantic Coastal Plain 90(3-4) 319-337British Columbia 78(3-4) 277-291Chile 91(1-4) 283-315Egypt 58(2-4) 289-299England 58(2-4) 289-299; 65(1-4)

    145-151; 96(3-4) 231-240Europe 57(1-2) 1-154; 57(1-2) 45-74;

    57(1-2) 75-79; 69(1-3) 109-112; 70(3)225-229; 84(3-4) 413-418

    Germany 91(1-4) 1-21Gulf Coastal Plain, stratigraphy 82(3-4)

    225-238Hungary 96(3-4) 231-240India 67(1-2) 59-74

    Eocene 67(1-2) 1-11stratigraphy 86(3-4) 325-348

    Ireland 57(1-2) 27-32Kansas 80(1-2) 1-18Mexico 58(1) 5-32Mississippi 91(1-4) 23-34Nebraska 80(1-2) 1-18New Jersey 90(3-4) 339-359Nigeria, stratigraphy 54(1-2) 151-158Northwest Territories, Quaternary 79(1-2)

    99-112Peru 81(1) 99-113Queensland Australia 78(3-4) 183-234

    stratigraphy 65(1-4) 153-163Rocky Mountains 57(3-4) 221-232Russian Federation 97(1-2) 67-78Scotland 57(1-2) 27-32Spain, Quaternary 91(1-4) 383-397Vermont, stratigraphy 82(3-4) 299-315Western Australia, Quaternary 98(3-4)

    187-205Angophora costata

    Quaternary 80(3-4) 311-332Anhui China

    paleobotany 90(1-2) 63-77; 98(3-4)247-256

    AnisianArctic Ocean 70(3) 199-216

    AnisophylleaceaePlantae 64(1-4) 187-196

    Annonaceae64(1-4) 109-127; 85(3-4) 123-152South America 83(1-3) 55-64

    annual growth rings see tree ringsAnomaloplaisium johnsium

    Silurian 89(1-2) 49-74Antarctic Continent see AntarcticaAntarctic Ocean see also Scotia Sea

    paleobotany, Weddell Sea 84(1-2) 101-105stratigraphy 65(1-4) 131-144

    Antarctic Peninsulapalynomorphs 74(3-4) 163-192; 91(1-4)

    241-281Quaternary 51(4) 329stratigraphy 84(1-2) 113-120

    Antarctica see also Beacon Supergroup;Lopez de Bertodano Formation;Seymour Island

    Cretaceous 81(1) 19-32paleobotany 62(1-2) 41-64; 63(3-4) 315;

    67(3-4) 179-198; 67(3-4) 229-236;79(3-4) 221-244; 82(3-4) 365; 86(3-4)175-198; 92(3-4) 207-227Alexander Island 92(1-2) 1-28Allan Hills 90(3-4) 303-318Beardmore Glacier 83(1-3) 227-239Queen Alexandra Range 67(3-4)

    353-362; 74(1-2) 101-107; 78(3-4)269-276

    Transantarctic Mountains 61(1-2) 53-61;61(3-4) 341-345; 66(1-2) 105-127;66(1-2) 129-145; 69(4) 353-368;74(1-2) 101-107; 83(1-3) 227-239;90(3-4) 303-318; 94(1-2) 11-24

    palynomorphs 79(3-4) 205-219Antarctic Peninsula 74(3-4) 163-192;

    91(1-4) 241-281Livingston Island 74(3-4) 163-192;

    91(1-4) 241-281Permian, Queen Maud Land 86(1-2)

    157-173; 89(3-4) 359-415Quaternary 61(3-4) 347-348

    Antarctic Peninsula 51(4) 329stratigraphy 65(1-4) 131-144

    Antarctic Peninsula 84(1-2) 113-120Livingston Island 84(1-2) 113-120Transantarctic Mountains 61(1-2)

    101-138; 65(1-4) 257-265Antarctipteris

    paleobotany 62(1-2) 41-64Anthemideae

    paleobotany 62(1-2) 1-9Antwerp Belgium

    stratigraphy 97(1-2) 97-107Anza-Borrego Desert State Park

    paleobotany 56(3-4) 183-198Apache County Arizona

    paleobotany 63(3-4) 189-195Apectodinium augustum

    paleobotany 56(3-4) 327-344Apectodinium hyperacanthum

    paleobotany 56(3-4) 327-344stratigraphy 60(3-4) 361-373

    Apenninespaleobotany 80(1-2) 159-172

    Ampullula suetica Apennines

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    Quaternary 63(3-4) 173-182; 63(3-4)299-313

    stratigraphy 97(1-2) 177-196Aphanizomenon

    paleobotany 83(1-3) 97-105Apiculatisporites

    paleobotany 81(2-4) 213-231Apiculiretusispora coniferus

    palynomorphs 93(1-4) 269-297Apiculiretusispora gulata

    paleobotany 52(4) 403-416Apocynaceae

    paleobotany 64(1-4) 165-174Appalachian Basin

    paleobotany 57(3-4) 289-297palynomorphs 90(1-2) 113-140stratigraphy 95(1-4) 255-283

    Appalachiansstratigraphy 95(1-4) 255-283

    Apteodiniumpaleobotany 91(1-4) 187-240

    AptianEgypt 58(2-4) 289-299; 94(1-2) 137-168England 58(2-4) 289-299; 65(1-4)

    145-151; 83(1-3) 175-183Queensland Australia 65(1-4) 153-163Russian Federation 91(1-4) 187-240

    Arabian Peninsula see also Saudi Arabia;Yemen

    paleobotany 64(1-4) 343-350Paleozoic 89(1-2) 3

    Arabian Seapaleobotany 97(3-4) 319-337

    Aragon Spain see Teruel SpainAratrisporites spongeosus

    paleobotany 68(3-4) 217-232Araucaria

    paleobotany 72(1-2) 27-40; 94(3-4)357-358

    Quaternary 97(1-2) 109-121Araucariaceae

    paleobotany 75(1-2) 53-64Araucariacites

    paleobotany 83(1-3) 185-198Araucarioxylon

    paleobotany 80(3-4) 277-290; 85(3-4)341-350

    Araucarites pedreranuspaleobotany 61(3-4) 303-318

    Arcadia Formationpaleobotany 51(1-3) 51-58

    archaeological sitesBelgium, Quaternary 73(1-4) 1-19;

    73(1-4) 287-300China, Quaternary 89(3-4) 481-485England, Quaternary 73(1-4) 57-70Finland, Quaternary 73(1-4) 227-239Germany, Quaternary 73(1-4) 205-211

    Israel, Quaternary 73(1-4) 153-160;73(1-4) 161-166

    Italy, stratigraphy 70(3) 241-246Libya, Quaternary 73(1-4) 315-327Netherlands, Quaternary 73(1-4) 87-98;

    73(1-4) 145-151; 73(1-4) 187-204;73(1-4) 287-300

    Poland, Quaternary 73(1-4) 213-226Scotland, Quaternary 73(1-4) 49-56Spain, Quaternary 73(1-4) 35-47; 91(1-4)

    383-397Turkey, Quaternary 73(1-4) 99-104Yemen, Quaternary 73(1-4) 241-257Yugoslavia, Quaternary 73(1-4) 181-185

    archaeology see also artifacts; Bronze Age;Iron Age; middens; Neolithic; Paleolithic

    England 73(1-4) 117-132; 73(1-4) 271-286Europe, Quaternary 73(1-4) 105-115France, Quaternary 73(1-4) 259-270;

    73(1-4) 301-314Middle East, Quaternary 73(1-4) 21-33New South Wales Australia, Quaternary

    80(3-4) 311-332Quaternary 73(1-4) 1-327; 80(1-2)

    173-174Spain, Quaternary 61(3-4) 205-237

    ArchaeopterisRussian Federation 53(1-2) 163-173

    Archaeosigillariapaleobotany 57(3-4) 247-264

    archeology see archaeologyArcheosigillaria

    paleobotany 96(1-2) 47-70Arctic Archipelago

    paleobotany 70(1-2) 89-111stratigraphy 86(1-2) 69-90

    Arctic Oceanpaleobotany, Norwegian Sea 98(1-2)

    159-176Plantae, Barents Sea 70(3) 199-216Quaternary, Norwegian Sea 83(4) 275-297stratigraphy, Barents Sea 63(1-2) 153-162;

    82(3-4) 317-349Arctic region see also Greenland; Svalbard

    paleobotany 62(3-4) 363; 92(3-4) 229-243Svalbard 56(3-4) 275-304

    Quaternary 63(1-2) 35-52Ardennes

    paleobotany 75(3-4) 273-288areal geology see bibliographyArecaceae

    paleobotany 64(1-4) 137-147stratigraphy 100(1-2) 109-122ArecidaeArecidae 87(2-4) 81-322

    Arecipitesstratigraphy 81(2-4) 151-164

    Aren...