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A sediment sequence at Epoo, municipality of Porvoo, on the South coast of Finland, altitude 25 m a.s.l., was studied for Holocene shoreline displacement in the Baltic Sea basin. The sediment sequence is made up of sand, clay-gyttja and drift peat deposited during the Ancylus and Litorina stages of the Baltic Sea. Two cores of clay-gyttja with an intervening sand layer were analysed for diatoms and pollen. The composition of the diatom flora changes from typical fresh-water species of thedoi:10.17741/bgsf/63.2.004 fatcat:u75s6bs54vbbrm2mkzvalpnkhy