Holocene changes in vegetation and climate at the Khatanga region, northern Siberia - derived from a lacustrine pollen record -


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The northern Siberian treeline is supposed to migrate further north, due to climatic changes in the Tundra-taiga ecosystem. But inhibiting or strengthening factors are still not adequately known, thus the changes of the treeline ecosystem are still not totally predictable.



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AK Permafrost, 24 Oct 2013 - 26 Oct 2013.
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Niemeyer, B. , Klemm, J. and Herzschuh, U. (2013): Holocene changes in vegetation and climate at the Khatanga region, northern Siberia - derived from a lacustrine pollen record - , AK Permafrost, 24 October 2013 - 26 October 2013 .


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