The significance of pollen and diatoms in post-glacial sediments from a shallow bay of Lake Okoboji, Iowa, is considered. The presence of other microfossils is noted with emphasis on those of Cretaceous origin: foraminifera, coccoliths, radiolarians, and hystrichosphaerids. Problems encountered and discussed include recognition of Chrysophyte statospores, redeposition, interpretation of data from lower levels, and reliability of radiocarbon dates applied to organic matter from aquatic vegetation.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Dodd, John D.; Webster, Ruth M.; Collins, Gary; and Wehr, Larry
"A Consideration of Pollen, Diatoms and Other Remains in Postglacial Sediments,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 75(1), 197-209.
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