Last glacial – interglacial environments in the southern Rocky Mountains , USA and implications for Younger Dryas-age human occupation

@inproceedings{Briles2012LastG,
  title={Last glacial – interglacial environments in the southern Rocky Mountains , USA and implications for Younger Dryas-age human occupation},
  author={Christy E. Briles and Cathy Whitlock and David J Meltzer},
  year={2012}
}
a r t i c l e i n f o Keywords: Last glacial–interglacial transition Younger Dryas Chronozone Vegetation and fire history Abrupt climate change Folsom-age Paleoindians The last glacial-interglacial transition (LGIT; 19–9 ka) was characterized by rapid climate changes and significant ecosystem reorganizations worldwide. In western Colorado, one of the coldest locations in the continental US today, mountain environments during the late-glacial period are poorly known. Yet, archaeological evidence… CONTINUE READING