ⓘ Marjatta Aalto

                                     

ⓘ Marjatta Aalto

Dr. Marjatta Aalto is a Finnish botanist and mycologist known for her work in paleobotany, ethnobotany, and archaeobotany. She worked at the University of Helsinkis Department of Botany, and she is also known for studying Potamogetonaceae. The standard author abbreviation Aalto is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name.

                                     

1. Works

  • Aalto, Marjatta 1983. An Eroded interglacial deposit at Vimpeli, South Bothnia, Finland. Geologinen tutkimuslaitos ; Govt. Print. Centre, Marketing Dept. "distributor. ISBN 9789516901728. OCLC 11468868.
  • Aalto, Marjatta; Heinajoki-Majander, Hanna 1997. "Archaeobotany and palaeoenvironment of the Viking Age town of Staraja Ladoga, Russia". In Miller, Urve; Clarke, Helen; Hansson, Ann-Marie; Johansson, Birgitta M eds. Environment and Vikings: scientific methods and techniques. Produced by the Birka Project for Riksantikvarieambetet and Statens Historiska Museer. ISBN 9789172090675. OCLC 39456467.
  • Eriksson, B.; Aalto, M.; Kankainen, T. December 1991. "Hazelnuts from a peat deposit at Evijarvi, western Finland". Bulletin of the Geological Society of Finland. 63 2: 141–148. doi:10.17741/bgsf/63.2.007.
  • Aalto, Marjatta 1970. Potamogetonaceae fruits. Societas pro fauna et flora Fennica. OCLC 11419147.