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  2. Knowledge from the ancient sea: a long-term perspective of human impact on aquatic life in Mesolithic Scandinavia

    Adam Boethius, Knut Andreas Bergsvik & Björn Nilsson, 2020 May 1, In: The Holocene. 30, 5, p. 632-645 14 p.

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  3. The reconstruction of past forest dynamics over the last 13,500 years in SW Sweden

    Gina E. Hannon, Karen Halsall, Chiara Molinari, John Boyle & Richard Bradshaw, 2018 Nov, In: The Holocene. 28, 11, p. 1791-1800

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  4. Early postglacial recolonisation, refugial dynamics and the origin of a major biodiversity hotspot. A case study from the Malá Fatra mountains, Western Carpathians, Slovakia

    Lucie Juřičková, Petr Pokorný, Jan Hošek, Jitka Horáčková, Jiří Květoň, Petra Zahajská, Anna Jansová & Vojen Ložek, 2018 Apr 1, In: Holocene. 28, 4, p. 583-594 12 p.

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  5. Luminescence dating of aeolian–coastal events on the Kristianstad plain, SE Sweden

    Edyta Kalinska-Nartisa, Helena Alexanderson & Māris Nartišs, 2017 Jan 1, In: Holocene. 27, 1, p. 85-97 13 p.

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  6. The effect of local land-use changes on floristic diversity during the past 1000 years in southern Sweden

    Daniel Fredh, Florence Mazier, Petra Bragée, Per Lagerås, Mats Rundgren, Dan Hammarlund & Anna Broström, 2017, In: Holocene. 27, 5, p. 694-711 18 p.

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  7. Mid-Holocene humid periods reconstructed from calcite varves of the Lake Woserin sediment record (north-eastern Germany)

    Markus Czymzik, Stefan Dreibrodt, Ingo Feeser, Florian Adolphi & Achim Brauer, 2016 Jun, In: Holocene. 26, 6, p. 935-946 12 p.

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  8. A mid-Holocene annually laminated sediment sequence from Lake Woserin: The role of climate and environmental change for cultural development during the Neolithic in Northern Germany

    Ingo Feeser, Walter Dörfler, Markus Czymzik & Stefan Dreibrodt, 2016 Jun, In: Holocene. 26, 6, p. 947-963 17 p.

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  9. Trees tracking a warmer climate: The Holocene range shift of hazel (Corylus avellana) in northern Europe

    Heikki Seppa, Guy Schurgers, Paul Miller, Anne E. Bjune, Thomas Giesecke, Norbert Kuehl, Hans Renssen & J. Sakari Salonen, 2015, In: The Holocene. 25, 1, p. 53-63

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  10. From landscape description to quantification: A new generation of reconstructions provides new perspectives on Holocene regional landscapes of SE Sweden

    Christine Åkesson, Anne Birgitte Nielsen, Anna Brostrom, Thomas Persson, Marie-Jose Gaillard & Björn Berglund, 2015, In: The Holocene. 25, 1, p. 178-193

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  11. A database and synthesis of northern peatland soil properties and Holocene carbon and nitrogen accumulation

    Julie Loisel, Zicheng Yu, David W. Beilman, Philip Camill, Jukka Alm, Matthew J. Amesbury, David Anderson, Sofia Andersson, Christopher Bochicchio, Keith Barber, Lisa R. Belyea, Joan Bunbury, Frank M. Chambers, Daniel J. Charman, Francois De Vleeschouwer, Barbara Fialkiewicz-Koziel, Sarah A. Finkelstein, Mariusz Galka, Michelle Garneau, Dan Hammarlund & 41 others, William Hinchcliffe, James Holmquist, Paul Hughes, Miriam C. Jones, Eric S. Klein, Ulla Kokfelt, Atte Korhola, Peter Kuhry, Alexandre Lamarre, Mariusz Lamentowicz, David Large, Martin Lavoie, Glen MacDonald, Gabriel Magnan, Markku Makila, Gunnar Mallon, Paul Mathijssen, Dmitri Mauquoy, Julia McCarroll, Tim R. Moore, Jonathan Nichols, Benjamin O'Reilly, Pirita Oksanen, Maara Packalen, Dorothy Peteet, Pierre J. H. Richard, Stephen Robinson, Tiina Ronkainen, Mats Rundgren, A. Britta K. Sannel, Charles Tarnocai, Tim Thom, Eeva-Stiina Tuittila, Merritt Turetsky, Minna Valiranta, Marjolein van der Linden, Bas van Geel, Simon van Bellen, Dale Vitt, Yan Zhao & Weijian Zhou, 2014, In: The Holocene. 24, 9, p. 1028-1042

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  12. Long-term forest dynamics at Gribskov, eastern Denmark with early-Holocene evidence for thermophilous broadleaved tree species

    Mette Venas Overballe-Petersen, Anne Birgitte Nielsen, Gina E. Hannon, Karen Halsall & Richard H. W. Bradshaw, 2013, In: The Holocene. 23, 2, p. 243-254

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  13. Living at the margin of the retreating Fennoscandian ice sheet : the early mesolithic sites at Aareavaara, northernmost Sweden

    Per Möller, Olof Östlund, Lena Barnekow, Per Sandgren, Frida Palmbo & Eske Willerslev, 2013, In: The Holocene. 23, 1, p. 104-116

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  14. Solar forcing of climate during the last millennium recorded in lake sediments from northern Sweden

    Ulla Kokfelt & Raimund Muscheler, 2013, In: The Holocene. 23, 3, p. 447-452

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  15. Reconstructions of surface ocean conditions from the North East Atlantic and Nordic Seas during the last Millennium

    LK Cunningham, W Austin, KL Knudsen, J Eiríksson, J Scourse, A Wanamaker, P Butler, A Cage, T Richter, K Husum, M Hald, C Andersson, E Zorita, Hans Linderholm, B Gunnarson, M Sicre, H Sejrup, H jiang & R Wilson, 2013, In: The Holocene. 23, 7, p. 921-935

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  16. A 1200-year multiproxy record of tree growth and summer temperature at the northern pine forest limit of Europe

    D McCarroll, N J Loader, R Jalkanen, M H Gagen, H Grudd, B E Gunnarson, A J Kirchhefer, M Friedrich, Hans Linderholm, M Lindholm, T Boettger, S O Los, S Remmele, Y M Kononov, Y H Yamazaki, G H F Young & E Zorita, 2013, In: Holocene. 23, 4, p. 471-484

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  17. Is palynology a credible climate proxy in the Subantarctic?

    Nathalie Van der Putten, Cyriel Verbruggen, Svante Björck, Jacques-Louis de Beaulieu, Chris J. Barrow & Yves Frenot, 2012, In: The Holocene. 22, 10, p. 1113-1121

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  18. Reconstruction of a regional drought index in southern Sweden since AD 1750

    Igor Drobyshev, Mats Niklasson, Hans W. Linderholm, Kristina Seftigen, Thomas Hickler & Olafur Eggertsson, 2011, In: The Holocene. 21, 4, p. 667-679

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  19. Modelling prehistoric land use and carbon budgets: A critical review.

    J.F. Boyle, M.-J. Gaillard, J.O. Kaplan & J.A. Dearing, 2011, In: The Holocene. 21, 5, p. 715-722

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  20. Calibrated pollen accumulation rates as a basis for quantitative tree biomass reconstructions

    Heikki Seppa, Teija Alenius, Petteri Muukkonen, Thomas Giesecke, Paul Miller & Antti E. K. Ojala, 2009, In: The Holocene. 19, 2, p. 209-220

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  21. Variability and seasonality of North Atlantic climate during the early Holocene: evidence from Faroe Island lake sediments

    Catherine Jessen, Mats Rundgren, Svante Björck, Camilla Snowman Andresen & Daniel Conley, 2008, In: The Holocene. 18, 6, p. 851-860

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  22. Postglacial evolution and spatial differentiation of seasonal temperate rainforest in western Canada

    K. J. Brown, Anne Birgitte Nielsen, R. J. Fitton & R. J. Hebda, 2008, In: The Holocene. 18, 5, p. 715-727

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  23. Age, geochemistry and distribution of the mid-Holocene Hekla-S/Kebister tephra

    Stefan Wastegård, Mats Rundgren, Kristian Schoning, Sofia Andersson, Svante Björck, Anders Borgmark & Göran Possnert, 2008, In: The Holocene. 18, 4, p. 539-549

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  24. Dating of the Narssarssuaq stade in southern Greenland

    Ole Bennike & Charlotte Sparrenbom, 2007, In: The Holocene. 17, 2, p. 279-282

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  25. Reconstruction of holocene lake-level changes in lake Xinias, central Greece

    Gunnar Digerfeldt, Per Sandgren & S Olsson, 2007, In: The Holocene. 17, 3, p. 361-367

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  26. Holocene organic carbon burial rates in the southeastern Swedish Baltic Sea

    Shiyong Yu, Björn Berglund, Per Sandgren & Steven M. Colman, 2007, In: The Holocene. 17, 5, p. 673-681

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  27. Palaeomagnetic intensity data: An Achilles heel of solar activity reconstructions

    Ian Snowball & Raimund Muscheler, 2007, In: The Holocene. 16, 6, p. 851-859

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  28. Holocene organic carbon burial rates in the Baltic coast

    Shi-Yong Yu, Björn Berglund, Per Sandgren & Steven M. Coleman, 2007, In: The Holocene. 17, 5, p. 673-681

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  29. Cryptotephra sedimentation processes within two lacustrine sequences from west central Sweden

    SM Davies, M Elmquist, J Bergman, B Wohlfarth & Dan Hammarlund, 2007, In: The Holocene. 17, 3, p. 319-330

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  30. Terrestrial mollusc succession and stratigraphy of a Holocene calcareous tufa deposit from the Fyledalen valley, southern Sweden

    Björn Gedda, 2006, In: The Holocene. 16, 1, p. 137-147

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  31. Holocene palaeoecology along the Blekinge coast, SE Sweden, and implications for climate and sea-level changes

    Shiyong Yu, Björn Berglund, Per Sandgren & SC Fritz, 2005, In: The Holocene. 15, 2, p. 278-292

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  32. Climate change and human settlement as drivers of late-Holocene vegetational change in the Faroe Islands

    G E Hannon, R H W Bradshaw, E G Bradshaw, Ian Snowball & S Wastegard, 2005, In: The Holocene. 15, 5, p. 639-647

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  33. Estimating the spatial scale of pollen dispersal in the cultural landscape of southern Sweden

    Anna Broström, S Sugita, M J Gaillard & Petter Pilesjö, 2005, In: The Holocene. 15, 2, p. 252-262

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  34. Vegetation structure and pollen source area

    M J Bunting, M J Gaillard, S Sugita, R Middleton & Anna Broström, 2004, In: The Holocene. 14, 5, p. 651-660

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  35. Unstable early-Holocene climatic and environmental conditions in northwestern Russia derived from a multidisciplinary study of a lake-sediment sequence from Pichozero, southeastern Russian Karelia

    B Wohlfarth, L Schwark, O Bennike, L Filimonova, P Tarasov, Leif Björkman, L Brunnberg, I Demidov & G Possnert, 2004, In: The Holocene. 14, 5, p. 732-746

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  36. Input rates, decay losses and accumulation rates of carbon in bogs during the last millennium: internal processes and environmental changes

    Nils Malmer & Bo Wallén, 2004, In: The Holocene. 14, 1, p. 111-117

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  37. Holocene palaeoecology and climate history of South Georgia (sub-Antarctica) based on a macrofossil record of bryophytes and seeds

    Nathalie Van der Putten, H Stieperaere, C Verbruggen & R Ochyra, 2004, In: The Holocene. 14, 3, p. 382-392

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  38. Palaeolimnological and sedimentary responses to Holocene forest retreat in the Scandes Mountains, west-central Sweden

    Dan Hammarlund, G Velle, BB Wolfe, TWD Edwards, Lena Barnekow, Jonas Bergman, S Holmgren, S Lamme, Ian Snowball, B Wohlfarth & G Possnert, 2004, In: The Holocene. 14, 6, p. 862-876

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  39. Pollen productivity estimates for the reconstruction of past vegetation cover in the cultural landscape of southern Sweden

    Anna Broström, S Sugita & M J Gaillard, 2004, In: The Holocene. 14, 3, p. 368-381

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  40. Modelling terrestrial vegetation dynamics and carbon cycling for an abrupt climatic change event

    Marko Scholze, Wolfgang Knorr & Martin Heimann, 2003 May 1, In: Holocene. 13, 3, p. 327-333 7 p.

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  41. Simulating near-equilibrium climate and vegetation for 6000 cal. years BP

    U. Mikolajewicz, M. Scholze & R. Voss, 2003 May 1, In: Holocene. 13, 3, p. 319-326 8 p.

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  42. A 7400-year tree-ring chronology in northern Swedish Lapland: natural climatic variability expressed on annual to millennial timescales

    H Grudd, KR Briffa, W Karlen, Thomas S. Bartholin, PD Jones & B Kromer, 2002, In: The Holocene. 12, 6, p. 657-665

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  43. Holocene changes in atmospheric circulation recorded in the oxygen-isotope stratigraphy of lacustrine carbonates from northern Sweden

    Dan Hammarlund, Lena Barnekow, HJB Birks, B Buchardt & TWD Edwards, 2002, In: The Holocene. 12, 3, p. 339-351

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  44. Rapid early-Holocene environmental changes in northern Sweden based on studies of two varved lake-sediment sequences

    Ian Snowball, Lovisa Zillén & MJ Gaillard, 2002, In: The Holocene. 12, 1, p. 7-16

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  45. Holocene land degradation and climatic change in northeastern Iceland

    Rannveig Olafsdottir & HJ Guomundsson, 2002, In: The Holocene. 12, 2, p. 159-167

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  46. Variations in the carbon isotope composition of late-Holocene plant macrofossils: A comparison of whole-leaf and cellulose trends

    M. Rundgren, N. J. Loader & D. J. Beerling, 2000 Jan 1, In: Holocene. 10, 1, p. 149-154 6 p.

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