Biome changes and their inferred climatic drivers in northern and eastern continental Asia at selected times since 40 cal ka bp

@article{Tian2018BiomeCA,
  title={Biome changes and their inferred climatic drivers in northern and eastern continental Asia at selected times since 40 cal ka bp},
  author={Fang Ming Tian and Xianyong Cao and Anne Dallmeyer and G Lohmann and Xu Jun Zhang and Jian Guo Ni and Andrei Leonidovich Andreev and Patricia McGraw Anderson and A. V. Lozhkin and Elena V. Bezrukova and Natalia Rudaya and Qinghai Xu and Ulrike Herzschuh},
  journal={Vegetation History and Archaeobotany},
  year={2018},
  volume={27},
  pages={365-379}
}
Recent global warming is pronounced in high-latitude regions (e.g. northern Asia), and will cause the vegetation to change. Future vegetation trends (e.g. the “arctic greening”) will feed back into atmospheric circulation and the global climate system. Understanding the nature and causes of past vegetation changes is important for predicting the composition and distribution of future vegetation communities. Fossil pollen records from 468 sites in northern and eastern Asia were biomised at… CONTINUE READING
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