The distribution of late-Quaternary woody taxa in northern Eurasia: evidence from a new macrofossil database

@article{Binney2009TheDO,
  title={The distribution of late-Quaternary woody taxa in northern Eurasia: evidence from a new macrofossil database},
  author={Heather A. Binney and Kathy Willis and Mary E. Edwards and Shonil A Bhagwat and Patricia M. Anderson and Andrei A. Andreev and Maarten Blaauw and Freddy Damblon and Paul Haesaerts and Frank Kienast and Konstantin V. Kremenetski and Sergey K. Krivonogov and A. V. Lozhkin and Glen M. MacDonald and Elena Yu. Novenko and Pirita O. Oksanen and Tatiana V. Sapelko and Minna M V{\"a}liranta and L. N. Vazhenina},
  journal={Quaternary Science Reviews},
  year={2009},
  volume={28},
  pages={2445-2464}
}

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