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The vegetation carbon storage variation in Europe since 6000 BP: reconstruction from pollen

, : The vegetation carbon storage variation in Europe since 6000 BP: reconstruction from pollen. Journal of Biogeography 21(1): 19-31

A method is described for reconstructing vegetation ecosystems from pollen data. Some 23 homogeneous ecosystem entities were characterized, each by 3 typical pollen spectra. The climatic signal in the pollen data was optimized by canonical correlation analysis.

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DOI: 10.2307/2845601

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