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Late Würm and Early-Middle Holocene Environmental Change and Human Activities in the Northern Apennines, Italy

@inproceedings{CULTURALE2015LateWA,
  title={Late Würm and Early-Middle Holocene Environmental Change and Human Activities in the Northern Apennines, Italy},
  author={CAPITALE CULTURALE and Valeria Merola and Umberto Moscatelli and Maria Teresa Gigliozzi and S. Meyer and M. Montella and Sabina Pavone and Francesco Pirani and M. Saracco and M. Scolaro and Emanuela Stortoni and G. Cruciani and G. Cusimano and F. Dallari and A. Stagno},
  year={2015}
}
An enhanced radiocarbon-dated pollen-stratigraphical record from Rovegno (Liguria, 812m asl), northern Apennines (Italy), has provided a history of vegetation succession from before 17,056-16,621 cal yrs BP to the present day. The record indicates the transition 538 NICHOLAS BRANCH, LIONELLO MORANDI from open Pinus woodland to Artemisia dominated grassland, and fi nally Juniperus shrubland during the late Würm. This is succeeded by Betula and Pinus woodland, and the expansion of thermophilous… Expand
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