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Quaternary of Tierra del Fuego, Southernmost South America: an updated review
Abstract The Quaternary of Tierra del Fuego is represented by glacial, glaciofluvial, glaciolacustrine, marine and aeolian deposits. Six drift units have been described, the oldest dating from theExpand
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Late Quaternary vegetation and climate of southern Tierra del Fuego
Vegetation and climate over approximately the past 13,000 yr are reconstructed from fossil pollen in a 9.4-m mire section at Caleta Robalo on Beagle Channel, Isla Navarino (54°56′S, 67°38′W),Expand
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Ice age vegetation and climate of subtropical Chile
Abstract Vegetation and climate of subtropical Chile over the past > 50,000 yr are reconstructed from pollen, spores, and other microfossils contained in a 10.7-m section of lacustrine deposits ofExpand
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Holocene sea-level changes along the Strait of Magellan and Beagle Channel, southernmost South America
Abstract Radiocarbon-dated marine sediments from five coastal sites along the Strait of Magellan and Beagle Channel in southernmost Chile permit construction of a curve of relative sea-levelExpand
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Deglacial paleoclimate of the American sector of the Southern Ocean: Late Glacial–Holocene records from the latitude of Canal Beagle (55°S), Argentine Tierra del Fuego
Abstract Paleoclimate at the time of deglaciation (14,000–10,000 14 C yr B.P.) in different sectors of the Southern Ocean has followed a continuous warming trend, but also warming broken by aExpand
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Climate and chronology of Antarctica and adjacent South America over the past 30,000 yr
Abstract Well-dated records of paleoclimate, essential for developing general circulation models of the atmosphere during the Quaternary, are limited in the subpolar Southern Hemisphere. ForExpand
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Palaeoecology of a Donatia-Astelia cushion bog, Magellanic Moorland-Subantarctic evergreen forest transition, southern Tierra del Fuego, Argentina
Abstract Cushion bogs are an integral feature of Magellanic Moorland of subantarctic, southernmost Chile (48–56°S). The palaeoecology of an outlying cushion-type bog at Bahia Moat, located inExpand
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Holocene vegetation history of the Prince William Sound region, south-central Alaska
Abstract Vegetation history during the Holocene is interpreted from the pollen and sedimentary records of nine sections of peat deposits located in sedge tundra at sites in the northern andExpand
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Late-glacial and holocene vegetation and climate of subantarctic South America
Abstract Extending >8° farther south than other land masses in the mid-latitude Southern Hemisphere, South America at 56°S comes closest to the Antarctic. Thus, climate reconstructed from fossilExpand
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