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Pollen and high-resolution charcoal data from Bluff Lake and Crater Lake, California, indicate simi lar changes in climate, vegetation and fire history during the last 15 500 years. Pollen data at Bluff Lake suggest that the vegetation between c . 15 500 and 13 100 cal. BP consisted of subalpine...
Using pollen percentages and charcoal influx to reconstruct the Holocene vegetation and fire history, we differentiate six possible responses of plants to fire of medium and high frequency: fire-intolerant, fire damaged, fire-sensitive, fire-indifferent, fire-enhanced and fire-adapted. The fire...
Holocene glacial variations of a presently ice-free cirque in western Spitsbergen are inferred from sediment records from the proglacial lake Linnévatnet. Glaciation is indicated in the core records by increased intensity of laminae derived from the cirque inflow and by increase in sediment...
In northern Italy, and especially in the Po Valley, instability phenomena such as hail and thunder storms are mainly associated with the penetration of Atlantic disturbances, especially cold fronts, or pre-frontal squall lines in the mid-seasons, and with the thermal convection of hot and moist...
Two long palaeoecological records (pollen, diatoms, 14 C, chemistry and charcoal) provide a detailed record of Holocene environmental conditions in the lowlands of the lower Amazon. Changes in the composition of the terra firme forest are evident but a forest cover is maintained throughout....
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