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The protected locality Čejčské jezero – palynological, palaeoalgological and geological research


Eva Břízová, Pavel Havlíček, Michal Vachek

Geoscience Research Reports 36, 2003 (GRR for 2002), pages 61–65
Map sheets: Hustopeče (34-21)

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The analysed organic sediments were sampled in a shallow depression at the locality of Čejčské jezero Lake (thickness 0-2 m, Čej 27) near the village Čejkovice NW of Hodonín, southern Moravia. The locality was found during geological survey. Palynological and paleoalgological study of the above mentioned sediments was made. It occurred that a lake really existed at this locality in the Late Glacial period. During its development, deposition of sediment occurred mainly in the Holocene. One sample of the locality was radiocarbon-dated (Hv: 14C und 3H - Laboratorium, Niedersächsisches Landesamt für Bodenforschung, Hannover, BRD) at its base (depth 2 m) at 9990+-275 years B.P. The vegetation assemblage consists of species with various ecological requirements. Their development and these relations were objects of research.