Postglacial vegetation, fire, and climate history of the Siskiyou Mountains, Oregon, USA

@article{Briles2005PostglacialVF,
  title={Postglacial vegetation, fire, and climate history of the Siskiyou Mountains, Oregon, USA},
  author={Christy E Briles and Cathy Whitlock and Patrick J. Bartlein},
  journal={Quaternary Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={64},
  pages={44 - 56}
}
Abstract The forests of the Siskiyou Mountains are among the most diverse in North America, yet the long-term relationship among climate, diversity, and natural disturbance is not well known. Pollen, plant macrofossils, and high-resolution charcoal data from Bolan Lake, Oregon, were analyzed to reconstruct a 17,000-yr-long environmental history of high-elevation forests in the region. In the late-glacial period, the presence of a subalpine parkland of Artemisia, Poaceae, Pinus, and Tsuga with… 
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