Late pleistocene temperature depression and vegetation change in Ecuadorian Amazonia

@article{Bush1990LatePT,
  title={Late pleistocene temperature depression and vegetation change in Ecuadorian Amazonia},
  author={M. Bush and P. Colinvaux and M. Wiemann and D. Piperno and K. Liu},
  journal={Quaternary Research},
  year={1990},
  volume={34},
  pages={330-345}
}
Abstract Paleoecological (pollen, phytolith, and wood) analyses of sediments, radiocarbon dated 33,000 to 26,000 yr B.P., from two sites in Ecuadorian Amazonia provide data that suggest a cooling of ca. 7.5°C below present in equatorial lowlands from 33,000 to 30,000 yr B.P. A period of warning followed in which novel species assemblages, a blend of montane and lowland floral components, persisted for at least 4000 years. These data of forest community change, from sites lying within the… Expand
Amazonia during the last glacial
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