Lacustrine sediments from the archaeological site at Dąbki are represented by detritus gyttja intercalated by shell-gyttja. The thickness of these sedim ents in the central part of the ancient lake reach over 7 m and in the near-shore part - about 2 m. The described sediments are mainly of M iddle H olocene age. All the species of molluscs noted in these sediments are known in the present-day fauna of Poland. The changes of assem blages reflect the evolution of the lake. In its early phase it was a low peat-bog passing into a flat water basin. In the next phase the lake developed and a gyttja with a rich fauna are deposited. During the late phase the basin are filled with sediments and strongly overgrown by reed passing into a peat-bog with small water bodies
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|Alexandrowicz, Stefan Witold, 1991, The malacofauna of the Holocene lacustrine sediments of Dąbki near Darłowo||Feb 2, 2022|
Bogaczewicz-Adamczak, Bożena (1948– )
Pazdur, Mieczysław R.
Alexandrowicz, Stefan Witold (1930– )
Kozłowski, Stefan Karol (1938– )