Preboreal The first Flandrian (Holocene, or post-glacial) stage, a time of rapid forest spread, from about 10 300–9600 BP. ‘Preboreal’ refers to climatic conditions and in vegetational terms is equivalent to Pollen Zone IV (see POLLEN ZONE) of the standard British and European post-glacial pollen chronology.
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