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3D-printed vs. real pollen grains at OPPLEV Marineholmen

At the stand visitors could get knowledge on how past vegetation can be inferred by using different palaeoproxies, and also understand how these data can tell about climate change over thousands of years.

They could look at real pollen grains in the microscope and see all the great details and variations in pollen morphology by studying the 3D-models. It was also an option to guess the age of the old pine stumps that has been found in a peat bog high above present day tree-line.

Anne Bjune

Anne Bjune at the event OPPLEV Marineholmen

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