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Trees or no trees? The environments of central and eastern Europe during the Last Glaciation

Abstract:

The location and survival of trees in the coldest stages of the last full-glacial has long been of interest to palaeoecologists, biogeographers, archaeologists and geneticists alike. In particular, where species survived in isolated refugia and the influence that this has had upon the long-term ancestry of the populations, remain key research questions. However, the exact location of refugia during the coldest stages of the full-glacial still remains illusive for many species of fauna and flo...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Zoology
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Journal:
QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS
Volume:
23
Issue:
23-24
Pages:
2369-2387
Publication date:
2004-12-05
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ISSN:
0277-3791
URN:
uuid:ca5dd273-0733-4e09-9a98-149d1a5cd9e0
Source identifiers:
210469
Local pid:
pubs:210469
Language:
English

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