Younger Dryas Larix in eastern Siberia: a migrant or survivor?

  title={Younger Dryas Larix in eastern Siberia: a migrant or survivor?},
  author={Pavel E. Tarasov and Stephan M{\"u}ller and Andrei Andreev and Kirstin Werner and Bernhard Diekmann},
Knowledge of past forest change serves for a better understanding of the climate system, carbon cycle and genetic diversity, and can inform current predictions and conservation strategies (Prentice et al., 1992; Tarasov et al., 2007; Petit et al., 2008). Botanical records from high-latitude regions of Europe and North America indicate that boreal forests “became established during the Holocene interglacial (the past 11.6 ka) as a result of population invasion from southern glacial refugia and… CONTINUE READING

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