Grana publications

Grana short papers

The Editors of Grana consider for publication short papers in a standard and simple format describing new sites submitted to the EPD (Bradshaw, 2007). Information about the submission process and paper guidelines can be found on the journals’ homepage here.

Keep them coming and visit the journal to look at the diagrams.


Current contributions are:

Luelmo-Lautenschlaeger R., López-Sáez J.A. & Pérez-Díaz S. (2018) 40. Botija, Toledo Mountains (central Spain). Grana, 57, 322-324. link

Luelmo-Lautenschlaeger R., López-Sáez J.A. & Pérez-Díaz S. (2017) 39. Las Lanchas, Toledo Mountains (central Spain). Grana, link

Tonkov S., Marinova E. & Feurdean A. (2017) 38. Peat bog Vapdsko-1, Rila mountains (Bulgaria). Grana, 57, 158-160. link

Grindean R., Tanțău I., & Feurdean A. (2017) 37. Doda Pilii, Apuseni Mountains (Romania). Grana, 56, 478-480. link

Abel-Schaad D., Alba-Sánchez F., Pérez-Díaz S. & López-Sáez J.A. (2017) 36. Praillos de Boissier mire, Tejeda Natural Park (Baetic Range, southern Spain). Grana, 56, 475-477. link

Robles López S., Manzano-Rodríguez S., Pérez-Díaz S. & López-Sáez J.A. (2017) 35. Labradillos mire, Gregos Range (central Spain). Grana, 56, 398-400. link

Mrotzek A. (2017) 34. Carwitzer See (north-eastern Germany): regional vegetation development during the past 7000 years. Grana, 56, 318-320. link

Pérez-Díaz S. & López-Sáez J.A. (2017) 33. Verdeospesoa mire (Basque Country, Northern Iberian Peninsula, Spain). Grana, 56, 315-317. link

Tonkov S. & Possnert G. (2016) 30. Peat bog Kumata-1, Vitosha Mountain (Bulgaria). Grana, 55, 250-252. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00173134.2016.1146330

Pokorny P. (2016) 29. Vrbka (Czech Republic): Pollen record of secondary steppe vegetation development within the Bronze Age agricultural landscape. Grana, 55,
246-249. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00173134.2015.1120342

Miras, Y., A. Ejarque, S. Riera Mora, H. A. Orengo & 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

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

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

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

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

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, 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

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

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

Kouli K & Dermitzakis MD (2010) 11. Lake Orestiàs (Kastoria, northern Greece). Grana, 49: 154-156. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00173131003780016

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

Gerasimidis A & Panajiotidis S (2010) 9. Flambouro, Pieria Mountains (northern Greece). Grana, 49, 76-78. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00173130903407571

Gerasimidis A, Athanasiadis N & Panajiotidis S (2009) 8. Mount Voras (north-western Greece). Grana, 48, 316-318. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00173130903155592

Tonkov S, Bozilova E & Jungner H (2009) 7. Mire Straldza (Southeastern Bulgaria): Late Holocene vegetation history. Grana, 48, 235-237. doi:10.1080/00173130902965843

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. doi:10.1080/00173130902965157

Pokorny P & Kunes P (2009) 5. Kozli (S. Bohemia, Czech Republic). Grana, 48, 77-78. doi:10.1080/00173130902759816

Gerasimidis A, Athanasiadis N & Panajiotidis S (2008) 4. Mount Paiko (northern Greece). Grana, 47, 316-318. doi:10.1080/00173130802457248

van Leeuwen JFN & van der Knaap WO (2008) 3. Fleck’s Loch Bog (Foula, Shetland, Scotland, UK). Grana, 47, 171-173. doi:10.1080/00173130802113809

Stefanova I, van Leeuwen JFN & van der Knaap WO (2008) 2. Loch Laxford (north-west Scotland, UK). Grana, 47, 78-79. doi:10.1080/00173130801987740

Jankovska V, Kunes P & van der Knaap WO (2007) 1. Fláje-Kiefern (Krusné Hory Mountains): Late Glacial and Holocene vegetation development. Grana, 46, 214-216. doi:10.1080/00173130701526341