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LENNART VON POSer Ernst Jakob Lennart von Post was born on J in Johannesberg, Lundby Parish, not far from V~istergs, in the Swedish province of V~istmanland. His father was a judge-advocate in the Swedish army, although he also served at different times as a civilian lawyer or as assistant cantonal judge and was some- times a farmer Cited by: From its ‘modern’ pollen-analytical beginnings, the science of what we now term palynology wrestled with terminology and sought an acceptable name for the discipline. Starting in , the mimeographed Pollen Analysis Circular, edited from Ohio by Paul Sears, led to discussion of the content, organisation and naming of a developing discipline. This came to a head in with Ernst Cited by: 1. Although Auer in Canada (, cited in Stuckey ) and Lewis and Cocke in Virginia ( cited in Stuckey ) had published some North American work a bit earlier, there was no information in the American literature regarding basic descriptions of methods and the pollen grains. He published an ambitious first volume of Flora of the Northern and Middle Sections of the United States () and, later with a protégé, Asa Gray, began an even more ambitious Flora of North America (2 volumes, –) before being abandoned so he could complete a Cited by: 1.
The pollen-grain wall, in particular, could thus be studied better than ever before. Recent pollen treated in this way closely resembles fossil pollen; much more so than fresh material. First books on palynology The first book on palynology appeared in It was WODEr~OUSE'S well-known Pollen by: PDF | On , Frank N. Egerton and others published History of Ecological Sciences, Part 61B: Terrestrial Biogeography and Paleobiogeography, ss | Find, read and cite all the Author: Frank N. Egerton. For the first time in my experience, I was able to identify pollen from illustrations alone, without needing reference to legends. Surely the book will come to be very useful for future research”. (Edlund and Winthrop , p 9). Erdtman quoted this letter in correspondence to the editor of the book series that published his book. Attempts were made to record items that had underwent some critical review before publication. Journal articles, theses, edited books and survey publications were added first. Some publications from the gray literature - magazine articles, popular works, etc. were also .