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author1N. Neslihan Acarca Bayam. Çapa Science College, 34104 Çapa-İstanbul, Turkey.

N. Neslihan Acarca Bayam did her undergraduate at the Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, University of Istanbul. Her PhD is on petrified wood identifications, climate and forest composition from Miocene of central Anatolia.

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Üauthor2nal Akkemik. İstanbul University, Faculty of Forestry, Department of Forest Botany, 34473 Bahçeköy-Sarıyer, İstanbul, Turkey.

Ünal Akkemik did his undergraduate at the Division of Forest Engineering, Faculty of Forestry, University of Istanbul (Turkey), and continued his master degree and then he finished his PhD in the Institute of Science, Istanbul University at 1997. He works on dendrochronology and palaeobotany subjects at his department and he is also head of the Department of Forest Botany. He interested climate history and dating of different objects under dendrochronology and petrified wood identifications in palaeobotany from mainly Miocene of Turkey.

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Imogen Poole. Aberdeen, United Kingdom.
Ferdi Akarsu. İstanbul University, Faculty of Forestry, Department of Forest Botany, 34473

Imogen Poole is independent consultant in modern, archaeological and fossil wood identification in Aberden, United Kingdom. She has maintained an active interest in wood anatomy and palaeobotany/palaeoecology by acting as associate editor of IAWA Journal and Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, and editing and coauthoring academic (text)books.

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Fauthor4erdi Akarsu. Department of Forest Botany, Faculty of Forestry, University of Istanbul, 34473 Bahceköy, Istanbul, Turkey..

Ferdi Akarsu did his undergraduate at the Division of Forest Engineering, Faculty of Forestry, University of Istanbul (Turkey), and continues his master degree. His position is research assistant at the Department of Forest Botany. 

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