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 The new management structure of the EPD has started in 2007 at an Open Scientific Meeting organized in Aix-en-Provence by Jacques-Louis de Beaulieu (CNRS, Emeritus) and Richard Bradshaw (Professor in University of Liverpool). These meeting gathered new palynologists,​ new contributors,​ and more scientists involved in the life of the EPD. Since that meeting, the EPD has doubled pollen data in 7 years. There are currently 1636 sites (2113 entities) ranged from North Africa to North Asia but most of them are located in Europe. The new management structure of the EPD has started in 2007 at an Open Scientific Meeting organized in Aix-en-Provence by Jacques-Louis de Beaulieu (CNRS, Emeritus) and Richard Bradshaw (Professor in University of Liverpool). These meeting gathered new palynologists,​ new contributors,​ and more scientists involved in the life of the EPD. Since that meeting, the EPD has doubled pollen data in 7 years. There are currently 1636 sites (2113 entities) ranged from North Africa to North Asia but most of them are located in Europe.
  
-[[http://​devepd.eccorev.fr/​wiki/​maps/​EPDsites-map.html|EPD sites-map]] 
  
 +[[http://​www.europeanpollendatabase.net/​wiki/​maps/​EPDsites-map.html|EPD sites-map]]
  
 +Incomplete list of publications and thesis using the EPD since the begenning of the EPD:
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 +1991
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 +Gear, A., and J. Keltner. 1991. Pollen Database Manual (European Pollen Database/​North American Pollen Database). University of Durham, Department of Biological Sciences, Durham.
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 +1993
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 +Global Paleoenvironmental data. A report from the workshop sponsred by PAGES, August, 1993. Organized by J.T. Overpeck and J. Pilcher. Edited by D.M. Anderson, 127p.
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 +Guiot, J., S.P. Harrison, and I.C. Prentice. 1993. Reconstruction of Holocene Precipitation Patterns in Europe Using Pollen and Lake-Level Data. Quaternary Research, 40:139-149.
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 +Peng, C.H., J. Guiot, E. van Campo, and R. Cheddadi. 1993. Temporal and spatial variations of terrestrial biomes and carbon storage since 13000 yr BP in Europe: rconstruction from pollen data and statistical models. Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 82:375-390.
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 +1995
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 +C.H. Pengt, J. Guiot, E. van Campo, and R. Cheddadi. 1995. The variation of terrastrial carbon storage at 6000 yr BP in Europe: reconstruction from pollen data using two empirical biosphere models. Journal of Biogeography,​ 22:863-873.
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 +H. van Haaster, and O. Brinkkemper. 1995. RADAR, a relational Archaeobotanical Database for Advanced Research. Vegetation History and Achaeobotany,​ 4:117-125.
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 +1996
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 +Pratt, K.E. 1996. Develpment of methods for investigating settlement and land-use using pollen data: a case study from north-east England circa 8000 cal. BC - cal AD 500. Durham theses, Durham University. Online: httpetheses.dur.ac.uk/​1571/​
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 +Prentice, I.C., Guiot, J., Huntley, B., Jolly, D. and Cheddadi, R. 1996. Reconstructing biomes from palaeoecological data: a general method and its application to European pollen data at 0 and 6Ka. Climate Dynamics, 12:185-194.
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 +Guiot, J., Cheddadi, R., Prentice, I.C. and Jolly, D. 1996. A method of biome and land surface mapping from pollen data: application to Europe 6000 years ago. Palaeoclimates,​ 1:311-324.
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 +Prentice, I.C., J. Guiot, B. Huntley, D. Jolly? and R. Cheddadi; 1996. Reconstructing biomes from palaeoecological data: a general method qnd its application to the European pollen data at 0 nad 6 ka. Climate Dynamics, 12:185-194.
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 +1997
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 +Cheddadi, R., G. Yu, J. Guiot, S.P. Harrison, and Prentice, I.C. 1997. The climate of Europe 6000 years ago. Climate Dynamics, 13:1-9.
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 +Prentice, I.C. 1997. BIOME 6000. Newsletter of the Global Analisis, Interpretation,​ and Modelling Task Force, 1(2):6-8.
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 +1998
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 +Tarasov, P.E., R. Cheddadi, J. Guiot, S. Bottema, O. Peyron, J. Belmonte, V. Ruiz-Sanchez,​ F. Saadi, and S. Brewer. 1998. A method to determine warm and cool steppe biomes from pollen data; application to the Mediterranean and Kazakhstan regions. Journal of Quaternary Science, 13:335-344.
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 +Tarasov, P.E., T. Webb III, A.A. Andreev, A.B. Afanas'​eva,​ N.A. Berezina, L.G. Bezusko, T.A. Blyakharchuk,​ N.S. Bolikhovskaya,​ R. Cheddadi, M.M. Chernavskaya,​ G.M. Chernova, N.I. Dorofeyuk, V.G.Dirksen,​ G.A. Elina, L.V. Filimonova, F.Z.Glebov, J. Guiot, V.S. Gunova, S.P. Harrison, D. Jolly, V.I. Khomutova, E.V. Kvavadze, I.M. Osipova, N.K. Panova, I.C. Prentice, L. Saarse, D.V. Sevastyanov,​ V.S. Volkova, and V.P. Zernitskaya. 1998. Present-day and mid-Holocene biomes reconstructioned from pollen and plant macrogossil data from the former Soviet Union and Mongolia. Journal of Biogeography,​ 25(6):​1029-1053.
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 +Cheddadi, R., K. Mamakowa, J. Guiot, J.L. de Beaulieu, M. Reille, V. Andrieu, W. Granoszewski,​ and O. Peyron. 1998. Was the climate of the Eemian stable ? A quantitative climate reconstruction from seven European pollen records. Palaeogeography,​ Palaeoclimatology,​ Palaeoecology,​ 143:73-85.
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 +Peyron, O., J. Guiot, R. CHeddadi, P.E. Tarasov, M. Reille, J.L. de Beaulieu, S. Bottema, and V. Andrieu. 1998. Climatic Reconstruction in Europe for 18,000 yr BP from Pollen Data. Quaternary Research, 49:183-196.
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 +Prentice, I.C., S.P. Harrison, D. Jolly, and J. Guiot. 1998. the climate and BIOMES of Europe at 6000 yr BP: comparison of model simulations and pollen-based reconstructions. Quaternary Science Reviews, 17:659-668.
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 +Peng, C.H., J. Guiot, and E. van Campo. 1998. Estimating changes in terrastrial vegetation and carbon storage: using palaeoecological data and models. Quaternary Science Reviews, 17:719-735.
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 +Broström, A., M.J. Gaillard, M. Ihse, and B. Odgaard. 1998. Pollen-landscape relationships in modern analogues of ancient cultural landscapes in southern Sweden - a first step towards quatification of vegetation openness in the past. Vegetation History Archaeobotany,​ 7(4):​189-201.
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 +1999
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 +Tarasov, P.E., O. Peyron, J. Guiot, S. Brewer, V.S. Volkova, L.G. Bezusko, N.I. Dorofeyuk, E.V. Kvavadze, I.M. Osipova, and N.K. Panova. 1999. Last Glacial Maximum climate of the former Soviet Union and Mongoloa reconstructed from pollen and plant macrofossil data. Climate Dynamics, 15:227-240.
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 +Guiot, J., J.J. Boreux, P. Bracomot, and F. Torre. 1999. Data-model comparison using fuzzy logic in paeoclimatology. Climate Dynamics, 15:569-581.
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 +Tarasov, P.E., J. Guiot, R. Cheddadi, A.A. Andreev, L.G. Bezusko, T.A. Blyakharchuk,​ N.I. Dorofeyuk, L.V. Filimonova, V.S. Volkova, and V.P. Zernitkaya. 1999. Climate in northern Eurasia 6000 years ago reconstructed from pollen data. Earth and Planetary Sciences Letters, 171(4):​635-645.
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 +Fauquette, S., J. Guiot, M. Menut, J.L. de Beaulieu, M. Reille, and P. Guenet. 1999. Vegetation and clamte since the last interglacial in the Vienne area (France). Global and Planetary Change, 20(1):1-17.
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 +Fauquette, S., J.P. Suc, J. Guiot, F. Diniz, N. Feddi, Z. Zheng, E. Bessais, and A. Drivaliari. 1999. Climate and biomes in the West Mediterranean area during the Pliocene. Palaeogeography,​ Palaeoclimatology,​ and Palaeoecology,​ 152:15-36.
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 +Bradshaw, R., and B.H. Holmqvist. 1999. Danish forest development during the last 3000 years reconstructed from regional pollen data. Ecography, 22:53-62.
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 +2000
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 +Torre, F., J. Guiot, S. Fauquette, and M. Menut.2000. Reconstruction of the abiotic characteristics of past biomes: an example from the last glacial-interglacial cycle in France. Ecoscience, 7:491-500.
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 +Guiot, J., F. Torre, D. Jolly, O. Peyron, J.J. Boreux, and R. Cheddadi. 2000. Inverse vegetation modeling by Monte Carlo sampling to reconstruction palaeoclimates under changed precipitation seasonality and CO2 conditions: application to glacial climate in Mediterranean region. Ecological Modelling, 127(2-3):​119-140.
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 +Prentice, I.C., D. Jolly, and BIOME 6000 participants. 2000. Mid-Holocene and glacial-maximum vegetation geography of the northern continents and Africa. Journal of Biogeography,​ 27(3):​507-519.
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 +Tarasov, P.E., V.S. Volkova, T. Webb III, J. Guiot, A.A. Andreev, L.G. Bezusko, T.V. Bezusko, G.V. Bykova, N.I. Dorofeyuk, E.V. Kvavadze, I.M. Osipova, N.K. Panova, and D.V. Sevastyanov. 2000. Last glacial maximum biomes reconstructed from pollen and plant macrofossil data from northern Eurasia. Journal of Biogeography,​ 27(3):​609-620.
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 +Elenga, H., O. Peyron, R. Bonnefille, D. Jolly, R. Cheddadi, J. Guiot, V. Andrieu, S. Bottema, G. Buchet, J.L. de Beaulieu, A.C. Hamilton, J. Maley, R. Marchant, R. Perez-Obiol,​ M. Reille, G. Riollet, L. Scott, H. Straka, D. Taylor, E. van Campo, A. Vincens, E. Laarif, and H. Jonson. 2000. Pollen-based biome reconstruction for southern Europe and Africa 18,000 yr BP. Journal of Biogeography,​ 27(3):​621-634.
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 +Kohfeld, K.E., and S.P. Harrison. 2000. How well can we simulate past climates ? Evaluating the models using global palaeoenvironmental datasets. Quaternary Science Reviews, 19(1-5):​321-346.
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 +2001
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 +Kageyama, M., O. Peyron, S. Pinot, P.E. Tarasov, J. Guiot, S. Joussaume, and G. Ramstein. 2001. The Last Glacial Maximum climate over Europe and westren Siberia: a PMIP comparaison between models and data. Climate Dynamics, 17:23-43.
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 +Gajewski, K., A. Viau, M. Sawada, D. Atkinson, and S. Wilson. 2001. Sphagnum peatland distribution in North America and Eurasia during the past 21,000 years. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 15(2):​297-310.
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 +Renssen, H., and R.F.B. Isarin. 2001. The two major warning phases of the last degalaciation at ~14.7 and é 11.5 ka cal BP in Europe: climate reconstructions and AGCM experiments. Global and Planetary Change, 30(1-2):​117-153.
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 +Cheddadi, R., J. Guiot, and D. Jolly. 2001. The Mediterranean vegegation: what if the atmospheric CO2 increased ? Landscape Ecology, 16:667-675.
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 +CAPE Project Members. 2001. Holocene paleoclimate data from the Arctic: testing models of global climate change. Quaternary Science Reviews, 20:​1275-1287.
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 +2002
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 +Brewer, S., R. Cheddadi, J.L. de Beaulieu, M. Reille, and Data contributors. 2002. The spread of deciduous QSuercus throughout Europe since the last glacial period. Forest Ecology and Management, 156(1-3):​27-48.
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 +Gajewski, K., A.M. Lézine, A. Vincens, A. Delestan, M. Sawada, and the African Pollen Database. 2002. Mosern climate-vegetation-pollen relations in Africa and adjacent areas. Quaternary Science Reviews, 21(14-15):​1611-1631.
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 +2003
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 +Lechterbeck,​ J. 2003. Statistische Auswertungsverfahren in der dutschen Archäobotanik -ein Werkstattbericht. Archäologische Informationen,​ 26(2):​481-490.
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 +Hicks, S. 2003. Boreal forest, tundra, and peat bogs. Earth System: History and Natural Variability. Volume III. Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS).
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 +Gachet, S., S. Brewer, R. Cheddadi, B. Davis, E. Grittis, and J. Guiot. 2003. A probabilistic approach to the use of pollen indicators for plant attributes and biomes: an application to European vegetation at 0 and 6 ka. Global Ecology and Biogeography,​ 12(3):​103-118.
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 +Cheddadi, R. 2003. Rates of Change in Oak Forest Distribution During the Last Deglaciation. PAGES news, 11(1):​11-12.
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 +Davis, B.A.S., S. Brewer, A.C. Stevenson, J. Guiot, Data Contributors. 2003. The temperature of Europe during the Holocene reconstructed from pollen data. Quaternary Science Reviews, 22:​1701-1716.
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 +Blyakharchuk,​ T.A. 2003. Four new pollen sections tracing the Holocene vegetational development of the southern part of the West Siberain Lowland. The Holocene, 13(5):​715-731.
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 +2004
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 +Bonfils, C., N. de Noblet-Ducoudré,​ J. Guiot, and P. Bartlein. 2004. Some mechanisms of mid-Holocene climate change in Europe, inferred rfom comparing PMIP models to data. Climate Dynamics, 23:79-98.
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 +Guiot, J., and R. Cheddadi. 2004. Variabilité des écosystèmes terrestres et du climat sur un cycle glaciaire-interglaciaire. C.R. Geoscience, 336:​667-675.
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 +Gritti, E.S., S. Gachet, M.T. Sykes, and J. Guiot. 2004. An extended probabilistic approach of plant vital attributes: an application to European paollen records at 0 and 6 ka. Global Ecology and Biogeography,​ 13(6):​519-533.
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 +Giesecke, T., and K.D. Bennett. 2004. The Holocene spread of Picea abies (L.) Karst. in Fennoscandia and adjacent areas. Journal of Biogeography,​ 31(9):​1523-1548.
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 +Blyakharchuk,​ T.A., H.E. Wright, P.S. Borodavko, W.O. van der Knaap, and B. Ammann. 2004. Late Glacial and Holocene vegetation changes on the Ulagan high-mountain plateau, Altai Mountains southern Siberia. Plaaeogeography,​ Palaeoclimatology,​ Palaeoecology,​ 209(1-4):​259-279.
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 +Gajewski, K., A.E. Viau, and S. Sawada. 2004. Millenial-scale climate variations in the Holocene - the terrastrial record. Pp. 133-154 in: G. Kutsbach, Ed. Climate Variability and Change: past, present and future. J.E. Kutsbach Symposium, 21-23 May, 2004. Center for Climatic Research, Madison, WI.
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 +Lascoux, M., A.E. Palmé, R. Cheddadi, and R.G. Latta. 2004. Impact of Ice Ages on the genetic structure of trees and schrubs. Royal Society Biological Sciences, 359:​197-207.
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 +Räsänen, S., S. Hicks, and B.V. Odgaard. 2004. Pollen deposition in mosses and in a modified “tauber trap” from Hailuoto, Finland: what exactly do the mosses record ? Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 129(1-2):​103-116.
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 +Conedera, M., P. Krebs, W. Tinner, M. Pradella, and D. Torriani. 2004. The cultivation of Castanea sativa (Mill.) in Europe, from its origin to its diffusion on a continental scale. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany,​ 13(3):​161-179.
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 +Terhürne-Berson,​ R., T. Litt, and R. Cheddadi. 2004. The spread of Abies Throughout Europe since the last glacial period: combined macrofossil and pollen data. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany,​ 13(4):​257-268.
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 +2005
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 +Gachet, S., E.Vela, and T. Tatoni. 2005. BASECO: a floristic and ecological database of Mediterranean French flora. Biodiversity and Conservation,​ 14(4):​1023-1034.
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 +Mitchell, F.J.G. 2005. How open were European primeval forest ? Hypothesis testing using palaeoecological data. Journal of Ecology, 93(1):​168-177.
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 +Terhürne-Berson,​ R. 2005. Changing distribution patterns of selected conifers in the Quaternary of Europe caused by climatic variations. Dissertation zur Erlangung des Doktorgraed der Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Rheinischen Friedrrich-Wilhems-Universität Bonn. 142 p.
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 +van der Knaap, W.O., J.F.N. van Leeuwen, W. Finsinger, E. Gobet, R. Pini, A. Schweizer, V. Valsecchi, and B. Ammann. 2005. Migration and population expansion of abies, Fagus, Picea, and Quercus since 15000 years in and across the Alps, based on pollen-percentage threshold values. Quaternary Science Reviews, 24(5-6):​645-680.
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 +Whitmore, J., K. Gajewski, M. Sawada, J.W. Williams, B. Shuman, P.J. Bartlein, T. Minckley, A.E. Viau, T. Webb III, S. Shafer, P. Anderson, and L. Brubaker. 2005. Mosern pollen data from North america and Greenland for multi (scale palaeoenvironmental applications. Quaternary Science Reviews, 24(16-17):​1828-1848.
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 +Holmqvist, B.H. 2005. Classification of large pollen datasets using neural networks with application to mapping and modelling pollen data.
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 +2006
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 +Cheddadi, R., G.G. Vendramin, T. Litt, L. François, M. Kageyama, S. Lorentz, J.M. Laurent, J.L. de Beaulieu, L. Sadori, A. Jost, and D. Lunt. 2006. Imprints of glacial refugia in the modern genetic diversity of Pinus sylvestris. Global Ecology and Biogeography,​ 15(3):​271-282.
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 +Hicks, S., and E. Isaksson. 2006. Assesing source eraes of polluants from stidied of fly ash, charcoal, and pollen from Svalbard snow and ice. Journal of Geophysical Research, 111(D2):​1-9.
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 +Jackson, S.T. 2006. Forest genetics in space and time. New Phytologist,​ 171(1):1-3.
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 +Magri, D., G.G. Vendramin, B. Comps, I. Dupanloup, T. Gebureck, D. Gömöry, M. Latalowa, T. Litt, L. Paule, J.M. Roure, I. Tantau, W.O. van der Knaap, R.J. Petit, and J.L. de Beaulieu. 2006. A new scenario for the Quaternary history of the European beech populations:​ palaeobotanical evidence and genetic consequences. New Phytologist,​ 171(1):​199-221.
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 +Latalowa, M., and W.O. van der Knaap. 2006. Late Quaternary expansion of Norway spruce Picea abies (L.) Karst. in Europe according to pollen data. Quaternary Science Reviews, 25(21-22):​2780-2805.
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 +Kageyma, M., A. Laîné, A. Abe-Ouchi, P. Braconnot, E. Cortijo, M. Crucifix, A. de Vernal, J. Guiot, C.D. Hewitt, A. Kitoh, M. Kucera, O. Marti, R. Ohgaito, B. Otto-Bliesner,​ W.R. Peltier, A. Rosell-Melé,​ G. Vettoretti, S.L. Weber, Y. Yu, and MARGO Project Members. 2006. Last Glacial Maximum temperatures over the North Atlantic, Europe and western Siberia: a comparaison between PMIP models, MARGO sea-surface temperatures and pollen-based reconstructions. Quaternary Science Reviews, 25:​2082-2102.
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 +2007
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 +Brewer, S., J. Guiot, and D. Barboni. Pollen data as climate proxies hal link. Encyclopedia Of Quaternary Science, vol.():​2497-2508.
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 +Ramstein, G., M. Kageyama, J. Guiot, H. Wu, C. Helly-Alleaume,​ G. Krinner, and S. Brewer. 2007. How cold was Europe at the Last Glacial Maximum? A synthesis of the progress achieved since the first PMIP model-data comparison. Climate Of The Past, 3:331-339.
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 +Brewer, S., S. Alleaume, J. Guiot, and A. Nicault. 2007. Historical droughts in Mediterranean regions during the last 500 years: a data/model approach. Climate Of The Past, 3:355-366.
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 +Brewer, S., and J. Guiot. 2007. Mid-Holocene climate change in Europe: a data-model comparison. Climate Of The Past, 3:499-512.
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 +Gömöry, D., L. Paule, and J. Vysny. 2007. Patterns of allozyme variation in Western Eurasian Fagus. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 154(2):​165-174.
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 +Wu, H., J. Guiot, S. Brewer, and Z. Guo. 2007. Climantic changes in Eurasia and Africa at the last glacial maximum and mid-Holocene:​ reconstruction from pollen data usuing inverse vegetation modelling. Climaye Dynamics, 29:211-229.
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 +Pérez-Obiol,​ R. 2007. Palynological evidence for climatic change along the eastern Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Island. Contributions to Science, 3(3):​415-419.
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 +Tarasov, P.E., J.W. Williams, A.A. Andreev, A. Nakagawa, E. Bezrukova, U. Herzschuh, Y. Igarashi, S. Müller, K. Werner, and Z. Zheng. 2007. Satellite- and pollen-based quatitative woody cover reconstructions for northern Asia: Verification and application to late-Quaternary pollen data. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 264(1-2):​284-298.
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 +Leroy, S.A.G., and K. Arpe. 2007. Glacial refugia for summer-green trees in Europe and south-west Asia as proposed by ECHAM3 time-slice atmospheric model simulations. Journal of Biogeography,​ 34:​2112-2138.
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 +Muller, S.D., T. Nakagawa, J.L. de Beaulieu, M. Court-Picon,​ C. Carcaillet, C. Miramont, P. Roiron, C. Boutterin, A.A. Ali, and H. Bruneton. Journal of Biogeography,​ 34:876-899.
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 +Naughton, F., M.F. Sanchez-Goni,​ S. Desprat, J.L. Turon, J. Duprat, B. Malaizé, C. Joli, E. Cortijo, T. Drago, and M.C. Freitas. 2007. Present-day and past (last 25000 years) marine pollen signal off western Iberia. Marine Micropaleontology,​ 62(2):​91-114.
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 +Grimm, E.C., J. Keltner, R. Cheddadi, S. Hicks, A.M. Lezine, J.C. Berrio, and J.W. Williams. 2007. Databases and their Application. Pollen methods and their studies, 2521-2528.
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 +Räsänen, S., C. Froyd, and T. Goslar. 2007. The impact of tourism and reindeer herding on forest vegetation at Saariselkä,​ Finnish Lapland: a pollen analytical study of high-resolution peat profile. THe Holocene, 17(4):​447-456.
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 +2008
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 +Guiot, J., C. Hély-Alleaume,​ H. Wu, C. Gaucherel. 2008. Interactions between vegetation and climatic variability:​ what are the lessons of models and paleovegetation data. Comptes Rendus Geoscience, 340:​595-601.
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 +Pearman, P.B., C.F. Randin, O. Broennimann,​ P. Vittyoz, W.O. van der Knaap, R. Engler, G. Le Lay, N. E. Zimmermann, and A. Guisan. 2008. Prediction of plant species distributions across six millennia. Ecology Letters, 11:357-369.
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 +Blyakharchuk,​ T.A., H.E. Wright, P.S. Borodavko, W.O. van der Knaap, and B. Ammann. 2008. The role of pingos in the development ofthe Dzhangyskol lake-pingo complex, central Altai Mountains, southern Siberia. Palaeogeography,​ Palaeiclimatology,​ Palaeoecology,​ 257(4):​404-420.
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 +Gajewski, K. 2008. The Global Pollen Database in biogeographical and palaeoclimatic studies. Progress in Physical Geography, 32(4):​379-402.
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 +Di Donato, V., P. Esposito, E. Russo-Ermolli,​ A. Scarano, and R. Cheddadi. 2008. Coupled atmaospheric and marine palaeoclimatic reconstruction for the last 35 ka in the Sele Plain-Gulf of Salerno area (southern Italy). Quaternary International,​ 190(1):​146-157.
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 +Parnell, A.C., J. Haslett, J.R.M. Allen, C.E. Buck, and B. Huntley. 2008. A flexible approach to assessing synchroneity of past events using Bayesian reconstructions of sedimentation history. QuaternaryScience Reviews, 27(19-20):​1872-1885.
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 +Brewer, S., J. Guiot, M.F. Sanchez-Goni,​ and S. Klotz. 2008. The climate in Europe during the Eemian: a multi-method approach using pollen data. Quaternary Science Reviews, 27:​2303-2315.
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 +Hättestrand,​ M., C. Jensen, M. Hallsdottir,​ and K.D. Vorren. 2008. Modern pollen accumulation rates at the north-western fringe of the European boreal forest. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 151(3-4):​90-109.
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 +Liesebach, H., and B. Götz. 2008. Low Chloroplast DNA Diversity in Red Dogwood (Cornus sanguinea L.). Silvae Genetica, 57(4-5):​291-300.
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 +Kunes, P., P. Pokorny, and P. Sida. 2008. Detection of the impact of early Holocene hunter-gatherers on vegetation in the CzechRepublic,​ using multivariate analysis of pollen data. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany,​ 17(3):​269-287.
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 +2009
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 +Hatte, C., D.D. Rousseau, and J. Guiot. 2009. Climate reconstruction from pollen and delta C-13 records using inverse vegetation modeling - Implication for past and future climates. Climate Of The Past, 5:147-156.
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 +Simonis, D. 2009. Reconstruction of possible realisations of the Late Glacial and Holocene near surface climate in Central Europe. Dissertatione zur Erlanunug des Doktorgrades der Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, 70p.
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 +Ninney, H.A., K.J. Willis, M.E. Edwards, S.A. Bhawat, P.M. Anderson, A.A.Andreev,​ M. Blaauw, F. Damblon, P. Haesaerts, F. Kienast, K.V. Kremenetski,​ S.K. Krivonogov, A.V. Lozhkin, G.M. MacDonald, E.Y. Novenko, P. Oksanen, T.V. Sapelko, and M. Väliranta. 2009. The distribution of Late-Quaternary woody taxa in northern Eurasia: evidence from a new macrofossil database. Quaternary Science Reviews, 28:​2445-2464.
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 +Liepelt, S., R. Cheddadi, J.L. de Beaulieu, B. Faddy, D. Gömöry, E. Hussendörfer,​ M. Konnert, T. Litt, R. Longauer, R. Terhürne-Berson,​ B. Ziegenhagen. 2009. postglacial range expenasion and its genetic imprints in Abies alba (Mill.) - A synthesis from palaeobotanic and genetic data. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynolog, 153(1-2):​139-149.
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 +Canellas-Boltà,​ N., V. Rull, J. Vigo, and A. Mercadé. 2009. Modern pollen-vegetation relationships along an altitudinal transect in the central Pyrenees (southwestern Europe). The Holocene, 19(8):​1185-1200.
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 +Fyfe, R.M., J.L. de Beaulieu, H. Binney, R.H. Bradshaw, S. Brewer, A. Le Flao, W. Finsinger, M.J. Gaillard, T. Giesecke, G. Gil-Romera, E.C. Grimm, B.Huntley, Petr Kunes, N. Kühl, M. Leydet, A.F. Lotter, P.E. Tarasov, and S. Tonkov. 2009. The European Pollen Database: past efforts and current activities. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany,​ 18:417-424.
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 +2010
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 +Garreta, V., P.A. Miller, J. Guiot, C. Hély, S. Brewer, M.T. Sykes, and T. Litt. 2010. A method for climate and vegetation reconstruction through the inversion of a dynamic vegetation model. Climate Dynamics, 35(2-3):​371-389.
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 +Gaillard, M.J., S. Sugita, F. Mazier, A.K. Trondman, A. Broström, T. Hickler, J.O. Kaplan, E. Kjellström,​ U. Kokfelt, P. Kunes, C. Lemmen, P. Miller, J. Olofsson, A. Poska, M. Rundgren, B. Smith, G. Strandberg, R. Fyfe, A.B. Nielsen, T. Alenius, L. Balakauskas,​ L. Barnekow, H.J.B. Birks, A. Bjune, L. Björkman, T. Giesecke, K. Hjelle, L. Kalnina, M. Kangur, W.O. van der Knaap, T. Koff, P. Lageras, M. Latalowa, M. Leydet, J. Lechterbeck,​ M. Lindbladh, B. Odgaard, S. Peglar, U. Segerström,​ H. von Stedingk, and H. Seppä. 2010. Holocene land-cover reconstructions for studies on land cover-climate feedbacks. Climate Past, 6:483-499.
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 +Alba-Sanchez,​ F., J.A. Lopez-Saez, B. Benito-de Pando, J.C. Linares, D. Nieto-Lugilde,​ and L. Lopez-Merino. 2010. Past and present potential distribution of the Iberian Abies species: a phytogeographic approach using fossil pollen data and species distribution models. Diversity and Distributions,​ 16(2):​214-228.
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 +Trondman, A.K., M.J. Gaillard, S. Sugita, F. Mazier, R. Fyfe, A.B. Nielsen, M. Leydet, and LANDCLIM members. 2010. Pollen-inferred quantitative reconstructions of Holocene land-cover in NW Europe for the evaluation of past climate-vegetation feedbacks – methods and first maps of the cover of plant functional types at 6000, 3000, 600, 200 and 0 BP. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 12:1-2.
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 +Guiot, J., C. Corona, and ESCARSEL members. 2010. Growing Season Temperatures in Europe and Climate Forcings Over the Past 1400 Years. PLoS ONE, 5(4):1-15.
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 +Martinetto, E., and E. Vassio. 2010. Reconstructing ‘‘Plant Community Scenarios’’ by means of palaeocarpological data from the CENOFITA database, with an example from the Ca’ Viettone site(Pliocene,​ Northern Italy). Quaternary International,​ 225(1):​25-36.
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 +Allen, J.R.M., T. Hickler, J.S. Singarayer, M.T. Sykes, P.J. Valdes, and B. Huntley. 2010. Last glacial vegetation of northern Eurasia. Quaternary Science Reviews, 29(19-20):​2604-2618.
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 +Fyfe, R., N. Roberts, and J. Woodbridge. 2010. A pollen-based pseudobiomisation approach to anthropogenic land-cover change. The Holocene, Research report:1-7.
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 +Giesecke, T., W.O. van der Knaap, and F. Bittmann. Towards quantitative palynology: using pollen accumulation rates and models of pollen dispersal. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany,​ 19(4):​243-245.
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 +2011
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 +Di Domenico, F., F. Lucchese, and D. MAGRI. 2011. Late Glacial and Holocene history of Buxus sempervirens L. in Italy. Annali di Botanica, 1:45-58.
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 +Bartlein, P.J., S.P. Harrison, S. Brewer, S. Connor, B.A.S. Davis, K. Gajewski, J. Guiot, T.I. Harrison-Prentice,​ A. Henderson, O. Peyron, I.C. Prentice, M. Scholze, H. Seppä, B. Shuman, S. Sugita, R.S. Thompson, A.E. Viau, J. Williams, and H. Wu. 2011. Pollen-based continental climate reconstructions at 6 and 21 ka: a global synthesis. Climate Dynamics, 37:775-802.
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 +Cheddadi, R., and J. Guiot. 2011. Comment on: “Solar Minima, Earth'​s rotation and Little Ice Ages in the past and in the future. The North Atlantic–European case” (Mörner, 2010). Global and Planetary Change, 76(3-4):​220-221.
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 +Buckland, P.I., E. Eriksson, J. Linderholm, K. Viklund, R. Engelmark, F. Palm, P. Svensson, P. Buckland, E. Panagiotakopulu,​ and J. Olofsson. 2011. Integrating human dimensions of Arctic palaeoenvironmental science: SEAD e the strategic environmental archaeology database. Journal of Archaeological Science, 38(2):​345-351.
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 +Sirois, M. 2011. Développement d'un système d'​information pour la paléolimnologie:​ la base de données des diatomées circumplaires (Circompolar Diatom Database - CDD). Mémoire présenté à la Faculté des études supérieures de l'​Université Laval dans le cadre du programme de maîtrise en Sciences géographiques pour l'​obtention du grade de Maître en Sciences géographiques,​ 194p. Université de Laval, Québec.
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 +Izdsebski, A. 2011. Why did agriculture flourish in the late antique East? The role of climate fluctuations in the development and contraction of agriculture in Asia Minor and the Middle East from the 4th till the 7th c. AD. Millenium Jahrbuch, 291-312.
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 +Blois, J.L., J.W. Williams, E.C. Grimm, S.T. Jackson, R.W. Graham. 2011. A methodological framework for assessing and reducing temporal uncertainty in paleovegetation mapping from late-Quaternary pollen records. Quaternary Science Reviews, 30(15-16):​1926-1939.
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 +Giesecke, T., K.D. Bennett, H.J.B. Birks, A.E. Bjune, E. Bozilova, A. Feurdean, W. Finsinger, C. Froyd, P. Pokorný, M. Rösch, H. Seppä, S. Tonkov, V. Valsecchi, and S. Wolters. 2011. The pace of Holocene vegetation change e testing for synchronous developments. Quaternary Science Reviews, 30(19-20):​2805-2814.
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 +Parnell, A.C., C.E. Buck, and T.K. Doan. 2011. A review of statistical chronology models for high-resolution,​ proxy-based Holocene palaeoenvironmental reconstruction. Quaternary Science Reviews, 30(21-22):​2948-2960.
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 +Ponel, P., M. Court-Picon,​ M. Badura, F. Guiter, J.L. de Beaulieu, V. Andrieu-Ponel,​ M. Djamali, M. Leydet, E. Gandouin, and A. Buttler. 2011. Holocene history of Lac des Lauzons (2180 m a.s.l.), reconstructed from multiproxy analyses of Coleoptera, plant macroremains and pollen (Hautes-Alpes,​ France). The Holocene, 21(4):​565-582.
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 +Mitchell, F.J.G. 2011. Exploring vegetation in the fourth dimension. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 26(1):​45-52.
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 +2012
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 +Guiot, J., M. Leydet, and A. Rotereau. 2012. Climatic variations across the Mediterranean Basin reconstructed from pollen and vegetation model. American Geophysical Union. Fall Meeting 2012. Abstract.
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 +Izdebski, A. 2012. The Changing Landscapes of Byzantine Northern Anatolia. Archaeologia Bulgarica, XVI(1):​47-66.
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 +Dermody, B.J. 2012. Interactive comment on “Revisiting the humid Roman hypothesis: novel analyses depict oscillating patterns”. Climate Past Discussion, 7:​2316–2339.
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 +Garretaa, V., J. Guiot, F. Mortier, J. Chadoeuf, and C. Hély. 2012. Pollen-based climate reconstruction:​ Calibration of the vegetation–pollen processes. Ecological Modelling, 235-239:​81-94.
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 +Espindola, A., L. Pellissier, L. Maiorano, W. Hordijk, A. Guisan, and N. Alvarez. 2012. Predicting present and future intra-specific genetic structure through niche hindcasting across 24 millennia. Ecology Letters, 15(7):​649-657.
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 +Maiorano, L., R. Cheddadi, N.E. Zimmermann, L. Pellissier, B. Petitpierre,​ J. Pottier, H. Laborde, B.I. Hurdu, P.B. Pearman, A. Psomas, J.S. Singarayer, O. Broennimann,​ P. Vittoz, A. Dubuis, M.E. Edwards, H.A. Binney, and A. Guisan. 2012. Building the niche through time: using 13,000 years of data to predict the effects of climate change on three tree species in Europe. Global Ecology and Biogeography,​ Special Issue:1-16.
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 +Guiot, J. 2012. A robust spatial reconstruction of April to September temperature in Europe: Comparisons between the medieval period and the recent warming with a focus on extreme values. Global and Planetary Change, 84-85:​14-22.
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 +Goosse, H., J. Guiot, M.E. Mann, S. Dubinkina, and Y. Sallaz-Damaz. 2012. The medieval climate anomaly in Europe: Comparison of the summer and annual mean signals in two reconstructions and in simulations with data assimilation. Global and Planetary Change, 84-85:​35–47.
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 +Collins, P.M., B.A.S. Davis? and J.O. Kaplan. 2012. The mid-Holocene vegetation of the Mediterranean region and southern Europe, and comparison with the present day. Journal of Biogeography,​ 39(10):​1848–1861.
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 +Djamali, M., A. Baumel, S. Brewer, S.T. Jackson, J.W. Kadereit, S. López-Vinyallonga,​ I. Mehregan, E. Shabanian, and A. Simakova. 2012. Ecological implications of Cousinia Cass. (Asteraceae) persistence through the last two glacial–interglacial cycles in the continental Middle East for the Irano-Turanian flora. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 172:10-20.
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 +Holliday, P.R. 2012. Palaeobiogeography of Crossbills (Loxia spp.) and their Food Plants. Durham theses, 309p. Durham Unniversity.
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 +Plantona, S., P. Lionello, V. Artale, R. Aznar, A. Carrillo, J. Colin, L. Congedi, C. Dubois, A. Elizalde, S. Gualdi, E. Hertig, J. Jacobeit, G. Jordà, L. Li, A. Mariotti, C. Piani, P. Ruti, E. Sanchez-Gomez,​ G. Sannino, F. Sevault, S. Somot, M. Tsimpli. 2012. The Climate of the Mediterranean Region From the Past to the Future. Edited by P. Lionello, Elsevier, book-chapter,​ 108p. ISBN: 978-0-12-416042-2.
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 +2013
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 +Grimm, E.C., R.H.W. Bradshaw, S. Brewer, S. Flantua, T. Giesecke, A.M. Lézine, H. Takahara, and J.W. Williams. 2013. Databases and Their Application. In: Elias S.A. (ed.). Amsterdam: Elsevier. The Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science, 3:831-838.
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 +Mauri,A., B.A.S. Davis, P.M. Collins, and J.O. Kaplan. 2013. The influence of atmospheric circulation on the mid-Holocene climate of Europe: a data-model comparison. Climate Past Discussion, 9:​5569-55592.
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 +Davis, B.A.S., M. Zanon, P. Collins, Achille Mauri, J. Bakker, D. Barboni, A. Barthelmes, C. Beaudouin, A.E. Bjune, E. Bozilova, R.H.W. Bradshaw, B.A. Brayshay, S. Brewer, E. Brugiapaglia,​ J. Bunting, S.E. Connor, J.L. de Beaulieu, K. Edwards, A. Ejarque, P. Fall, A. Florenzano, R. Fyfe, D. Galop, M. Giardini, T. Giesecke, M.J. Grant, J. Guiot, S. Jahns, V. Jankovská, S. Juggins, M. Kahrmann, M. Karpinska-Kolaczek,​ P. Kolaczek, N. Kühl, P. Kuneš, E.G. Lapteva, S.A.G. Leroy, M. Leydet, J.A. López-Sáez,​ A. Masi, I. Matthias, F. Mazier, V. Meltsov, A.M. Mercuri, Y. Miras, F.J.G. Mitchell, J.L. Morris, F. Naughton, A.B. Nielsen,E. Novenko, B. Odgaard, E. Ortu, M.V. Overballe-Petersen,​ H.S. Pardoe, S.M. Peglar, I.A. Pidek, L. Sadori, H. Seppä, E. Severova, H. Shaw, J. Swieta-Musznicka,​ M. Theuerkauf, S. Tonkov, S. Veski, Pim (W.O) van der Knaap, J.F.N. van Leeuwen, J. Woodbridge, M. Zimny, J.O. Kaplan. 2013. The European Modern Pollen Database (EMPD) project. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany,​ 22:521-530.
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 +Maiorano, L., R. Cheddadi, N.E. Zimmermann, L. Pellissier, B. Petitpierre,​ J. Pottier, H. Laborde, B.I. Hurdu, P.B. Pearman, A. Psomas, J.S. Singarayer, O. Broennimann,​ P. Vittoz, A. Dubuis, M.E. Edwards, H.A. Binney, and A. Guisan. 2013. Building the niche through time: using 13,000 years of data to predict the effects of climate change on three tree species in Europege. Global Ecology and Biogeography,​ 22:302-317.
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 +Macias-Fauria,​ M., and K.J. Willis. Landscape planning for the future: using fossil records to independently validate bioclimatic envelope models for economically valuable tree species in Europe. Global Ecology and Biogeography,​ 22:318-333.
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 +Ponel, P., V. Andrieu-Ponel,​ M. Djamali, H. Lahijani, M. Leydet, M. Mashkour. 2013. Fossil beetles as possible evidence for transhumance during the middle and late Holocene in the high mountains of Talysch (Talesh) in NW Iran? Journal of Environmental Archaeology,​ 18(3):​201-210.
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 +Laeeq, A. 2013. Modeling the Neolithic Transition in Europe Archaeobotanical Aspect of the Expansion of Neolithic Population in Europe. Master of Science in Statistics at The University of Waikato, 127p.
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 +Collins, P. 2013. Drivers of Holocene Land Cover Change in Europe. Thèse No 5733, Faculté de l'​environnement naturel, archtectural et construit, groupe Kaplan, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausannd. 106p.
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 +Senkul, C., and U. Dogan. 2013. Vegetation and climate of Anatolia and adjacent regions during the Last Glacial period. Quaternary International,​ 302:​110-122.
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 +Fyfe, R.M., C. Twiddle, S. Sugita, M.J. Gaillard, P. Barratt, C.J. Caseldine, J. Dodson, K.J. Edwards, M. Farrell, C. Froyd, M.J. Grant, E. Huckerby, J.B. Innesm, H. Shawn, M. Waller. 2013. The Holocene vegetation cover of Britain and Ireland: overcoming problems of scale and discerning patterns of openness. Quaternary Science Reviews, 73:132-148.
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 +Pidek, I.A., and A. Poska. 2013. Pollen based quantitative climate reconstructions from the Middle Pleistocene sequences in Łuków and Zdany (E Poland): Species and modern analogues based approach. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 192:65-78.
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 +Pidek, I.A., H. Svitavska-Svobodova,​ W.O. van der Knaap, and E. Magyari. 2013. Pollen percentage thresholds of Abies alba based on 13-year annual records of pollen deposition in modified Tauber traps: perspectives of application to fossil situations. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 195:26-36.
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 +Cui, Q.Y., M.J. Gaillard, G. Lemdahl, S. Sugita, A. Greisman, G.L. Jacobson, and F. Olsson. 2013. The role of tree composition in Holocene fire history of the hemiboreal and southern boreal zones of southern Sweden, as revealed by the application of the Landscape Reconstruction Algorithm: Implications for biodiversity and climate-change issues. The Holocene, 23(12):​1747-1763.
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 +2014
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 +Tarroso,P., J. Carrión, M. Dorado-Valiño,​ P. Queiroz, L. Santos, A. Valdeolmillos-Rodríguez,​ P. C. Alves, J. C. Brito, and R. Cheddadi. 2014. Spatial climate dynamics in the Iberian Peninsula since 15 000 Yr BP.  Claimate Past Discussion, 10:​3901-3930.
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 +R.M. Fyfe , J. Woodbridge, and N. Roberts. 2014. From forest to farmland: pollen-inferred land cover change across Europe using the pseudobiomization approach. Global Change Biology, 21(3):​1197-1212.
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 +Woodbridge, J., R.M. Fyfe, and N. Roberts. 2014. A comparison of remotely sensed and pollen-based approaches to mapping Europe’s land cover. Journal of Biogeography,​ 41(11):​2080-2092.
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 +Andwinge, M. 2014. Reading pollen records at Peloponnese,​ Greece. Master'​s thesis, 37p. Department of Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology, University of Stockholm.
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 +Wang, N., J.S. Borrell, W.J.A. Bodles, A. Kuttapitiya,​ R.A. Nichols, and R.J.A. Buggs. 2014. Molecular footprints of the Holocene retreat of dwarf birch in Britain. Molecular Ecology, 23(11):​2771-2782.
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 +Douda, J., J. Doudova, A. Drasnarova, P. Kunes, V. Hadincova, K. Krak, P. Zakravsky, and B. Mandak. 2014. Migration Patterns of Subgenus Alnus in Europe since the Last Glacial Maximum: A Systematic Review. PLOSone, 9(2):1-14.
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 +Dietre, B., C. Walser, K. Lambers, T. Reitmaier, I. Hajdas, and J.N. Haas. 2014. Palaeoecological evidence for Mesolithic to Medieval climatic change and anthropogenic impact on the Alpine flora and vegetation of the Silvretta Massif (Switzerland/​Austria). Quaternary International,​ 353:3-16.
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 +Py, V., A. Véron, J.L. Edouard, J.L. de Beaulieu, B. Ancel, M. Segard, A. Durand, and P. Leveau. 2014. Interdisciplinary characterisation and environmental imprints of mining and forestry in the upper Durance valley (France) during the Holocene. Quaternary International,​ 353:74-97.
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 +Salonen, J.S., M. Luoto, T. Alenius, M. Heikkilä, H. Seppä, R.J. Telford, and H.J.B. Birks. 2014. Reconstructing palaeoclimatic variables from fossil pollen using boosted regression trees: comparison and synthesis with other quantitative reconstruction methods. Quaternary Science Reviews, 88(15):​69-81.
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 +Marquer, L., M.J. Gaillard, S; Sugita, A.K. Trondman, F. Mazier, A.B. Nielsen, R.M. Fyfe, B.V. Odgaard, T. Alenius, H.J.B. Birks, A.E. Bjune, J. Christiansen,​ J. Dodsonm, K.J. Edwards, T. Giesecke, U. Herzschuh, M. Kangur, S. Lorenz, A. Poska, M. Schult, and H. Seppä. 2014. Holocene changes in vegetation composition in northern Europe: why quantitative pollen-based vegetation reconstructions matter. Quaternary Science Reviews, 90:199-216.
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 +Eldevik, T., B. Risebrobakken,​ A.E. Bjune, C. Andersson, H.J.B. Birks, T.M. Dokken, H. Drange, M.S. Glessmer, C. Li, J.E. Nilsen, O.H. Otterå, K. Richter, and Ø. Skagseth. 2014. A brief history of climate e the northern seas from the Last Glacial Maximum to global warming. Quaternary Science Reviews, 106:​225-246.
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 +Giesecke, T., B. Davis, S. Brewer, W. Finsinger, S. Wolters, M. Blaauw, J.L. de Beaulieu, H. Binney, R.M. Fyfe, M.J. Gaillard, G. Gil-Romera, W.O. van der Knaap, P. Kunes, N. Kuhl, J.F. N. van Leeuwen, M. Leydet, A.F. Lotter, E. Ortu, M. Semmler, and R.H.W. Bradshaw. 2014. Towards mapping the late Quaternary vegetation change of Europe. Vagatation History and Archaeobotany,​ 23:75-86.
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 +2015
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 +Trondman , A.K.  M.J . Gaillard, F. Mazier, S. Sugita, R. Fyfe, A.B . Nielsen, C. Twiddle, P. Barratt, H.J.B. Birks, A.E. Bjune, L. Bjorkman, A. Brostrom , C. Caseldine, R. David, J. Dodson, W. Dorfler, E. Fischer, B. van Geel, T. Giesecke, T. Hultberg, L. Kalnina, M. Kangur, P. van der Knaap, T. Koff, P. Kunes, P. Lageras, M. Latalowa, J. Lechterbeck,​ C. Leroyer, M. Leydet, M. Lindbladh, L . Marquer, F.J.G. Mitchell, B.V. Odgaard, S.M. Peglar, T. Persson, A. Poska, M. Rosch, H. Seppa, S. Veski, and L. Wick. 2015. Pollen-based quantitative reconstructions of Holocene regional vegetation cover (plant-functional types and land-cover types) in Europe suitable for climate modelling. Global Change Biology, 21(2):​676-697.
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 +Davis, B.A.S., P.M. Collins, and J.O. Kaplan. 2015. The age and post-glacial development of the modern European vegetation: a plant functional approach based on pollen data. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany,​ 24:303-317.
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