Same radio-carbon dates from the raised bog near Emmen (Netherlands) (pl. xxx; figs. 27-28)
During the last few years a fair amount of palynological research has been carried out on peat deposits from the south-eastern part of the province of Drenthe. In this connection a radio-carbon dating of some palynological levels which can also be observed in diagrams from other regions appeared to be desirable. For this purpose a peat monolith was collected in the raised bog east of the town of Emmen (Fig. 27). This raised bog forms part of the extensive bog found on both sides of the German-Dutch border, which for the greater part has vanished in consequence of intensive peat-digging.