Vegetation dynamics in central Africa since 18,000 yr BP: pollen records from the interlacustrine highlands of Burundi, Rwanda and western Uganda

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Vegetation dynamics in central Africa since, 18,000 yr BP: Pollen records from the interlacustrine highlands of Burundi, Rwanda and western Uganda.

Vegetation dynamics in central Africa since 18,000 yr BP

Vegetation dynamics in central Africa since 18,000 yr BP: pollen records from the interlacustrine highlands of Burundi, Rwanda and western Uganda. Authors. has permitted a region-wide reconstruction of Late Quaternary vegetation dynamics for the interlacustrine highlands of central Africa.

Published in: Journal of Biogeography · 1997Authors: Dominique Jolly · David Taylor · Rob Marchant · Alan C Hamilton · Raymonde Bonnef…Affiliation: University of HullAbout: Wetland · Stratigraphy · Sediment · Pollen · Paleobotany · Holocene
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Vegetation Dynamics in Central Africa Since 18,000 yr BP: Pollen Records from the Interlacustrine Highlands of Burundi, Rwanda and Western Uganda Dominique Jolly, David Taylor, Robert Marchant, Alan Hamilton, Raymonde Bonnefille, Guillaume Buchet and Guy Riollet

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Jolly, D., et al. (1997) Vegetation Dynamics in Central Africa since 18,000 yr BP: Pollen Records from the Interlacustrine Highlands of Burundi, Rwanda and Western Uganda. Journal of Biogeography, 24, 492-512.

Rob Marchant – Rob Marchant, The University of York

Vegetation dynamics in central Africa since 18,000 yr BP: pollen records from the interlacustrine highlands of Burundi, Rwanda and western Uganda. Journal of Biogeography 24 , 495-512. Prentice, I.C., Jolly, D. and BIOME 6000 participants (2000).

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