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 Grana has now begun to publish short papers describing new contributions to the EPD.  Keep them coming and visit the journal to look at the diagrams. Grana has now begun to publish short papers describing new contributions to the EPD.  Keep them coming and visit the journal to look at the diagrams.
  
-Here is the editorial ​from Issue 3 in 2007.+Here is the Editorial ​from Issue 3 in 2007:
  
-The European Pollen Database (EPD) was founded +//The European Pollen Database (EPD) was founded in 1992 as a pioneering approach to secure Quaternary pollen data for posterity and enable 
-in 1992 as a pioneering approach to secure +research using inter-site comparisons and regional–continental syntheses. After a promising start, EPD activity has slowed down in recent years and is in need of revitalisation. A new database engineer has now been appointed and several new initiatives were planned at a recent open meeting attended by 78, mostly younger, European palynologists. 
-Quaternary pollen data for posterity and enable +One popular proposal was to create an opportunity for new pollen datasets contributed to the EPD to be published as short, standardised 
-research using inter-site comparisons and regional– +communications in Grana, following refereed approval. The editorial board has agreed to this experiment and in this issue we publish the first paper of this type under the heading ‘Contributions to the European Pollen Database’. These short papers will adopt a common format, including site details, sediment description,​ dating control and brief interpretation,​ followed by a single page summary pollen diagram. The first paper to be accepted is from the Czech Republic. 
-continental syntheses. After a promising start, +Data are the lifeblood of palynology and the basis for many recent advances in quantitative Holocene vegetation reconstruction and studies of 
-EPD activity has slowed down in recent years +the impacts of climate change on land surfaces in the past. It is hoped that this initiative will attract new interest both in Grana and in the rejuvenated EPD. Please visit the EPD web site www.europeanpollendatabase.net for details about how to contribute or download data and participate in some of the latest developments in Quaternary palynology.//
-and is in need of revitalisation. A new database +
-engineer has now been appointed and several new +
-initiatives were planned at a recent open meeting +
-attended by 78, mostly younger, European palynologists. +
-One popular proposal was to create an +
-opportunity for new pollen datasets contributed to +
-the EPD to be published as short, standardised +
-communications in Grana, following refereed +
-approval. The editorial board has agreed to this +
-experiment and in this issue we publish the first +
-paper of this type under the heading ‘Contributions +
-to the European Pollen Database’. These short +
-papers will adopt a common format, including site +
-details, sediment description,​ dating control and +
-brief interpretation,​ followed by a single page +
-summary pollen diagram. The first paper to be +
-accepted is from the Czech Republic. +
-Data are the lifeblood of palynology and the +
-basis for many recent advances in quantitative +
-Holocene vegetation reconstruction and studies of +
-the impacts of climate change on land surfaces +
-in the past. It is hoped that this initiative will +
-attract new interest both in Grana and in the +
-rejuvenated EPD. Please visit the EPD web site +
-www.europeanpollendatabase.net for details about how +
-to contribute or download data and participate in +
-some of the latest developments in Quaternary +
-palynology.+
  
 Richard H. W. Bradshaw Richard H. W. Bradshaw
  
-**The first contributions were:**+----
  
-Jankovska, V., Kunes, P., & van der Knaap, W.O. (2007) 1. Fláje-Kiefern (Krusné Hory Mountains)Late Glacial and Holocene vegetation development. Grana, 46, 214-216. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173130701526341|doi:​10.1080/​00173130701526341]]+**Current contributions are:**
  
-StefanovaI., van LeeuwenJ.F.N., & van der Knaap, W.O. (2008) 2. Loch Laxford (north-west Scotland, UK). Grana, 47, 78-79. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173130801987740|doi:​10.1080/​00173130801987740]]+Jankovska VKunes P & van der Knaap WO (2007) **1.** Fláje-Kiefern (Krusné Hory Mountains): Late Glacial and Holocene vegetation development. Grana46214-216[[http://dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173130701526341|doi:​10.1080/​00173130701526341]] 
 + 
 +Stefanova Ivan Leeuwen JFN & van der Knaap WO (2008) ​**2.** Loch Laxford (north-west Scotland, UK). Grana, 47, 78-79. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173130801987740|doi:​10.1080/​00173130801987740]] 
 + 
 +van Leeuwen JFN & van der Knaap WO (2008) **3.** Fleck'​s Loch Bog (Foula, Shetland, Scotland, UK). Grana, 47, 171-173. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173130802113809|doi:​10.1080/​00173130802113809]] 
 + 
 +Gerasimidis A, Athanasiadis N & Panajiotidis S (2008) **4.** Mount Paiko (northern Greece). Grana, 47, 316-318. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173130802457248|doi:​10.1080/​00173130802457248]] 
 + 
 +Pokorny P & Kunes P (2009) **5.** Kozli (S. Bohemia, Czech Republic). Grana, 48, 77-78. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173130902759816|doi:​10.1080/​00173130902759816]] 
 + 
 +Lazarova M, Tonkov S, Snowball I & Marinova E (2009) **6.** Peat-bog Begbunar (Osogovo Mountains, south-west Bulgaria): Four millennia of vegetation history. Grana, 48, 147-149. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173130902965157|doi:​10.1080/​00173130902965157]] 
 + 
 +Tonkov S, Bozilova E & Jungner H (2009) **7.** Mire Straldza (Southeastern Bulgaria): Late Holocene vegetation history. Grana, 48, 235-237. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173130902965843|doi:​10.1080/​00173130902965843]] 
 + 
 +Gerasimidis A, Athanasiadis N & Panajiotidis S (2009) **8.** Mount Voras (north-western Greece). Grana, 48, 316-318. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173130903155592]] 
 + 
 +Gerasimidis A & Panajiotidis S (2010) **9.** Flambouro, Pieria Mountains (northern Greece). Grana, 49, 76-78. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173130903407571]] 
 + 
 +Pokorny P & van der Knaap WO (2010) **10.** Na Bahne (Czech Republic): Vegetation development over the last 2.5 millennia in the Eastern Bohemian lowland. Grana, 49, 79-81. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173130903435846]] 
 + 
 +Kouli K & Dermitzakis MD (2010) **11.** Lake Orestiàs (Kastoria, northern Greece). Grana, 49: 154-156. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173131003780016]] 
 + 
 +Lazarova M, Tonkov S, Marinova E, Ivanov D & Bozilova E (2011) **12.** Western Rhodopes Mountains (Bulgaria): peat bog Beliya Kanton. Grana, 50, 162-164. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173134.2011.573863]] 
 + 
 +... 
 + 
 +Dorado-Valiño M, López-Sáez JA & García-Gómez E (2014) **21.** Patateros, Toledo Mountains (central Spain). Grana, 53, 171-173. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173134.2014.903293]] 
 + 
 +Filipova-Marinova M, Pavlov D, Coolen M, Giosan L & Vergiev S (2014) **22.** Vegetation development in the central part of the Bulgarian Black Sea coast during the last 13 000 years. Grana [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173134.2014.903294]] 
 + 
 +Pérez Díaz S, López Sáez JA (2014) **23.** Prados de Randulanda peat bog (Basque Country, Northern Iberian Peninsula, Spain). Grana 53, 252–254. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173134.2014.924989]] 
 + 
 +Filipova-Marinova M, Pavlov D, Vergiev S, Slavchev V, Giosan L (2014) **24.** Varna Lake (north-eastern Bulgaria): vegetation history and human impact during the last 8000 years. Grana, 53, 309-311. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173134.2014.924990]] 
 + 
 +Tonkov S, Possnert G (2014) **25.** Mire Gyola, Belasitsa Mountain (south-western Bulgaria). Grana, 53, 312-314. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173134.2014.927916]] 
 + 
 +Dorado-Valiño M, López-Sáez JA, García-Gómez E (2014) **26.** Valdeyernos,​ Toledo Mountains (central Spain). Grana, 53, 315-317. 
 +[[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173134.2014.936490]] 
 + 
 +Pérez Díaz S, López Sáez JA (2014) **27.** Fuente del Vaquero peat bog (Basque Country, Northern Iberian Peninsula, Spain). Grana, [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173134.2014.962078]] 
 + 
 +Miras, Y., A. Ejarque, S. Riera Mora, H. A. Orengo, and J. M. Palet Martinez (2015) **28.** Andorran high Pyrenees (Perafita Valley, Andorra): Serra Mijtana fen. Grana, [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173134.2015.1087590]]
  
-van Leeuwen, J.F.N. & van der Knaap, W.O. (2008) 3. Fleck'​s Loch Bog (Foula, Shetland, Scotland, UK). Grana, 47, 171-173. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173130802113809|doi:​10.1080/​00173130802113809]] 
  
-Gerasimidis,​ A., Athanasiadis,​ N., & Panajiotidis,​ S. (2008) 4. Mount Paiko (northern Greece). Grana, 47, 316-318. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173130802457248|doi:​10.1080/​00173130802457248]] 
  
-Pokorny, P. & Kunes, P. (2009) 5. Kozli (S. Bohemia, Czech Republic). Grana, 48, 77-78. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173130902759816|doi:​10.1080/​00173130902759816]] 
  
-Lazarova, M., Tonkov, S., Snowball, I., & Marinova, E. (2009) 6. Peat-bog Begbunar (Osogovo Mountains, south-west Bulgaria): Four millennia of vegetation history. Grana, 48, 147-149. [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1080/​00173130902965157|doi:​10.1080/​00173130902965157]] 
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