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Clear Lake occupies a structural depression in the northern California Coast Ranges at an elevation of 404 m. Eight sediment cores were taken from the lake in 1973. This paper reports the palynology of cores CL-73-4 and CL-73-7. The former is 115 m long, and is interpreted to cover the entire last glacial cycle; the latter is 27.5 m long and covers at least the last 40,000 radiocarbon yr.

The pollen record of core CL-73-4 is dominated by three pollen types (oak, pine, and TCT [Taxodiaceae, Cupressaceae, and Taxaceae]) that together account for between 75 and 99 percent of the...

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