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Detecting human impact in the pollen record using data-model comparison

, : Detecting human impact in the pollen record using data-model comparison. Vegetation History And Archaeobotany: 5, 597-603

Palaeoecological data are compared with output from climate-driven forest simulation models to separate human influence as a driver of vegetation dynamics from other drivers such as climatic change. The transition from <i>Tilia cordata</i> to <i>Fagus sylvatica</i> dominance in a small forest hollow in Denmark was not predicted by a climate-driven forest simulation model and could be ascribed to anthropogenic impact.


DOI: 10.1007/s00334-007-0116-8

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