20. DATA REPORT: INITIAL RESULTS OF POLLEN ANALYSES FROM SITES 1018, 1020, 1021, AND 1022

@inproceedings{Heusser200020DR,
  title={20. DATA REPORT: INITIAL RESULTS OF POLLEN ANALYSES FROM SITES 1018, 1020, 1021, AND 1022},
  author={Linda E. Heusser},
  year={2000}
}
The climatic effects of major geologic events of the last 6 m.y., such as the variations in arctic and Antarctic icecaps and the uplift of major mountain ranges, are reasonably well documented in the marine realm. On land, however, such evidence is limited, and chronostratigraphic control is minimal. Only ~12 widely separated floras are available to reconstruct discrete events in the evolution of vegetation and climate of California and Oregon forests during the late Neogene, an interval in… CONTINUE READING

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