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Postglacial fire, vegetation, and climate history of the Yellowstone-Lamar and Central Plateau Provinces, Yellowstone National Park



Postglacial fire, vegetation, and climate history of the Yellowstone-Lamar and Central Plateau Provinces, Yellowstone National Park



After the fires: the ecology of change in Yellowstone National Park: 10-28



The influence of climatic changes in the Holocene fire and vegetation history of two geovegetation provinces of Yellowstone National Park (YNP) in Wyoming, USA: Yellowstone-Lamar and Central Plateau Provinces, which are influenced by different precipitation regimes at present, is examined.

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