Inequality in paleorecords.

Abstract

Paleorecords provide information on past environmental variability, and help define ecological reference conditions by means of changes in their characteristics (accumulation rate, geochemical composition, density, etc.). A measure of temporal dissimilarity, which has traditionally been used in dendrochronology and is called "mean sensitivity," only focuses… (More)

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@article{Biondi2008InequalityIP, title={Inequality in paleorecords.}, author={Franco Biondi and Fares Qeadan}, journal={Ecology}, year={2008}, volume={89 4}, pages={1056-67} }