The Holocene, 0959-6836

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  1. 2002
  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 2000
  5. 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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  6. 1999
  7. A holocene CO2 record from the stomatal index of subfossil Salix herbacea L. leaves from northern Sweden

    Mats Rundgren & David Beerling, 1999 Jan 1, In: Holocene. 9, 5, p. 509-513 5 p.

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  8. Landscape Openness and Pollen Records: A simulation Approach

    S Sugita, M-J Gaillard & Anna Broström, 1999, In: The Holocene. p. 409-421

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  9. 1998
  10. Early-holocene vegetation of northern Iceland: Pollen and plant macrofossil evidence from the Skagi peninsula

    Mats Rundgren, 1998 Jan 1, In: Holocene. 8, 5, p. 553-564 12 p.

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  11. The climatic significance of clastic varves in the Ångermanälven Estuary, northern Sweden, AD 1860 to 1950

    Barbara Wohlfarth, Björn Holmquist, Ingemar Cato & Hans Linderson, 1998, In: The Holocene. 8, 5, p. 521-534

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