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Holocene thermal maximum in the western Arctic (0-180°W)
The spatio-temporal pattern of peak Holocene warmth (Holocene thermal maximum, HTM) is traced over 140 sites across the Western Hemisphere of the Arctic (0–180°W; north of ∼60°N). PaleoclimateExpand
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An 18 million year record of vegetation and climate change in northwestern Canada and Alaska: tectonic and global climatic correlates
Abstract We reconstruct long-term vegetation/paleoclimatic trends, spanning the last 18 million years, in Alaska, Yukon and far western Northwest Territories. Twenty-one average percentage spectraExpand
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Stratigraphy and palaeoclimatic significance of Late Quaternary loess-palaeosol sequences of the Last Interglacial-Glacial cycle in central Alaska
Loess is one of the most widespread subaerial deposits in Alaska and adjacent Yukon Territory and may have a history that goes back 3 Ma. Based on mineralogy and major and trace element chemistry,Expand
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Vegetation and paleoclimate of the last interglacial period, central Alaska
The last interglacial period is thought to be the last time global climate was signi"cantly warmer than present. New stratigraphic studies at Eva Creek, near Fairbanks, Alaska indicate a complex lastExpand
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Late Quaternary vegetation and climate history of the central Bering land bridge from St. Michael Island, western Alaska
  • T. Ager
  • Geology
  • Quaternary Research
  • 1 July 2003
Abstract Pollen analysis of a sediment core from Zagoskin Lake on St. Michael Island, northeast Bering Sea, provides a history of vegetation and climate for the central Bering land bridge andExpand
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Late Quaternary paleoclimate of western Alaska inferred from fossil chironomids and its relation to vegetation histories
Abstract Fossil Chironomidae assemblages (with a few Chaoboridae and Ceratopogonidae) from Zagoskin and Burial Lakes in western Alaska provide quantitative reconstructions of mean July airExpand
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Possible refugia in the Alexander Archipelago of southeastern Alaska during the late Wisconsin glaciation
The interpretation of the extent of late Wisconsin glaciation in southeastern Alaska has varied between geologists and biologists. Maps and reports of the region prepared by geologists commonlyExpand
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Pollen-based biomes for Beringia 18,000, 6000 and 0 14C yr BP
The objective biomization method developed by Prentice et al. (1996) for Europe was extended using modern pollen samples from Beringia and then applied to fossil pollen data to reconstructExpand
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Dinosaurs on the North Slope, Alaska: High Latitude, Latest Cretaceous Environments
Abundant skeletal remains demonstrate that lambeosaurine hadrosaurid, tyrannosaurid, and troodontid dinosaurs lived on the Alaskan North Slope during late Campanian—early Maestrichtian time (about 66Expand
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