Editing Rothens, Monymusk - locality, Cainozoic of north-east Scotland

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[[File:P915325.png|500px|thumbnail|Absolute pollen diagram of selected taxa from Rothens (after Aitken, 1991). P915325.]]
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[[File:P915325.png|left|500px|thumbnail|Absolute pollen diagram of selected taxa from Rothens (after Aitken, 1991). P915325.]]
 
Three distinct pollen assemblage zones occur and are numbered R-1 to R-3 [[Media:P915325.png|(P915325)]]. The sedimentary boundaries are slightly offset from the pollen zone boundaries, with changes in pollen stratigraphy preceding changes in sediment type. This may either represent a lag in the response of soil development and degradation, to changing environmental conditions, or indicate that the pollen zone boundaries are gradational. Details of individual zones are as follows:
 
Three distinct pollen assemblage zones occur and are numbered R-1 to R-3 [[Media:P915325.png|(P915325)]]. The sedimentary boundaries are slightly offset from the pollen zone boundaries, with changes in pollen stratigraphy preceding changes in sediment type. This may either represent a lag in the response of soil development and degradation, to changing environmental conditions, or indicate that the pollen zone boundaries are gradational. Details of individual zones are as follows:
  

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