A 2650-year-long record of environmental change from northern Yellowstone National Park based on a comparison of multiple proxy data

@inproceedings{Whitlocka2017A2R,
  title={A 2650-year-long record of environmental change from northern Yellowstone National Park based on a comparison of multiple proxy data},
  author={Cathy Whitlocka and Walter Deanb and Joseph Rosenbaumb and Lora Stevensc and Sherilyn Fritzd and Brandi Brachtd and Mitchell Powere},
  year={2017}
}
  • Cathy Whitlocka, Walter Deanb, +4 authors Mitchell Powere
  • Published 2017
Geochemical, stable-isotope, pollen, charcoal, and diatom records were analyzed at high-resolution in cores obtained from Crevice Lake, a varved-sediment lake in northern Yellowstone National Park. The objective was to reconstruct the ecohydrologic, vegetation, and fire history of the watershed for the last 2650 years to better understand past climate variations at the forest-steppe transition. The data suggest a period of limited bottom-water anoxia, relatively wet winters, and cool springs… CONTINUE READING

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