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Changes in fire regimes since the Last Glacial Maximum: an assessment based on a global synthesis and analysis of charcoal data
Fire activity has varied globally and continuously since the last glacial maximum (LGM) in response to long-term changes in global climate and shorter-term regional changes in climate, vegetation,
Extended megadroughts in the southwestern United States during Pleistocene interglacials
This corrects the article DOI: 10.1038/nature09839
Paired charcoal and tree-ring records of high-frequency Holocene fire from two New Mexico bog sites
Two primary methods for reconstructing paleofire occurrence include dendrochronological dating of fire scars and stand ages from live or dead trees (extending back centuries into the past) and
A postglacial palaeoecological record from the San Juan Mountains of Colorado USA: fire, climate and vegetation history
Continuous sediment, charcoal and pollen records were developed from a-4.5 m sediment core from Little Molas Lake (LML), 3370 m elevation, San Juan County, CO. LML formed by 11 200 cal. BP subsequent