Vegetation of Eurasia from the last glacial maximum to present: Key biogeographic patterns

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Авторы: Binney H.     Edwards M.     Macias-Fauria M.     Lozhkin A.     Anderson P.     Kaplan J.O.     Andreev A.     Bezrukova E.     Blyakharchuk T.     Jankovska V.     Khazina I.   (ИНГГ СО РАН)   Krivonogov S.     Kremenetski K.     Nield J.     Novenko E.     Ryabogina N.     Solovieva N.     Willis K.     Zernitskaya V.    
дата публикации: 2017
Continental-scale estimates of vegetation cover, including land-surface properties and biogeographic trends, reflect the response of plant species to climate change over the past millennia. These estimates can help assess the effectiveness of simulations of climate change using forward and inverse modelling approaches. With the advent of transient and contiguous time-slice palaeoclimate simulations, vegetation datasets with similar temporal qualities are desirable. We collated fossil pollen records for the period 21,000-0 cal yr BP (kyr cal BP; calibrated ages) for Europe and Asia north of 40 degrees N, using extant databases and new data; we filtered records for adequate dating and sorted the nomenclature to conform to a consistent yet extensive taxon list. From this database we extracted pollen spectra representing 1000-year time-slices from 21 lcyr cal BP to present and used the biomization approach to define the most likely vegetation biome represented.
первоисточник: Quaternary Science Reviews
страницы: 80-97
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