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Gachet, S., S. Brewer, R. Cheddadi, B. Davis, E. Gritti, 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 12:103-118.
Gajewski, K.. 2008. The Global Pollen Database in biogeographical and palaeoclimatic studies. Progress in Physical Geography 32:1-24.
Gajewski, K., A. E. Viau, M. C. Sawada, D. E. Atkinson, and P. Fines. 2006. Synchronicity in climate and vegetation transitions between Europe and North America during the Holocene. Climatic Change 78:341-361. doi:10.1007/s10584-006-9048-z.
Gajewski, K., A. E. Viau, M. C. Sawada, D. E. Atkinson, and S. Wilson. 2001. Sphagnum distribution in North America and Eurasia during the past 21,000 years. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 15:297-310.
Gajewski, K., and D. E. Atkinson. 2003. Climate change in the Canadian Arctic. Environmental Reviews 11:69-102.
Gajewski, K., and G. M. MacDonald. 2004. Palynology of North American Arctic lakes. Pages 89-116 in R. Pienitz, M. S. V. Douglas, and J. P. Smol (ed.). Long-term environmental change in Arctic and Antarctic lakes. Developments in paleoenvironmental research. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.
Gajewski, K., R. Vance, M. Sawada, I. Fung, L. D. Gignac, L. Halsey, J. John, P. Maisongrande, P. Mandell, P. J. Mudie, P. J. H. Richard, A. G. Sherin, J. Soroko, and D. H. Vitt. 2000. The climate of North America and adjacent ocean waters ca. 6 ka. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 37:661-681.
Gavin, D. G., J. S. McLachlan, L. B. Brubaker, and K. A. Young. 2001. Postglacial history of subalpine forests, Olympic Peninsula, Washington, USA. The Holocene 11:177-188.
Gavin, D. G., W. W. Oswald, E. R. Wahl, and J. W. Williams. 2003. A statistical approach to evaluating distance metrics and analog assignments for pollen records. Quaternary Research 60:356-367.
Giesecke, T., and K. D. Bennett. 2004. The Holocene spread of Picea abies (L.) Karst. in Fennoscandia and adjacent areas. Journal of Biogeography 31:1523-1548.
Gill, J. L., J. W. Williams, S. T. Jackson, K. B. Lininger, and G. S. Robinson. 2009. Pleistocene megafaunal collapse, novel plant communities, and enhanced fire regimes in North America. Science 326:1100-1103. doi:10.1126/science.1179504.
Gonzales, L. M., and E. C. Grimm. 2009. Synchronization of late-glacial vegetation changes at Crystal Lake, Illinois, USA with the North Atlantic Event Stratigraphy. Quaternary Research 72:234-245. doi:10.1016/j.yqres.2009.05.001.
Gonzales, L. M., E. C. Grimm, J. W. Williams, and E. V. Nordheim. 2009. A modern plant-climate research dataset for modelling eastern North American plant taxa. Grana 48:1-18. doi:10.1080/00173130802711966.
Good, J. M., and J. Sullivan. 2001. Phylogeography of the red-tailed chipmunk (Tamias ruficaudus), a northern Rocky Mountain endemic. Molecular Ecology 2001:2683-2695.
Goring, S., M. G. Pellatt, T. Lacourse, I. R. Walker, and R. W. Mathewes. 2009. A new methodology for reconstructing climate and vegetation from modern pollen assemblages: an example from British Columbia. Journal of Biogeography 36:626-638. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2008.02021.x.
Graham, M. A., and R. W. Graham. 1994. Response of individual mammal species to past environmental change. ARC/INFO Map Book 1993:37.
Graham, R. W.. 2001. Late Quaternary biogeography and extinction of Proboscideans in North America. Pages 707-709 in G. Cavarretta, P. Giola, M. Mussi, and M. R. Palombo (ed.). The World of Elephants: Proceedings of the 1st International Congress, Rome, Italy, 16-20 October 2001. Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Rome, Italy.
Graham, R. W.. 1997. The spatial response of mammals to Quaternary climate changes. Pages 153-162 in B. Huntley, W. Cramer, A. V. Morgan, H. C. Prentice, and A. M. Solomon (ed.). Past and future rapid environmental changes: the spatial and evolutionary responses of terrestrial biota. NATO ASI Series I: Global Environmental Change 47. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
Graham, R. W.. 2003. Pleistocene tapir from Hill Top Cave, Trigg County, Kentucky and a review of Plio-Pleistocene tapirs of North America and their paleoecology. Pages 87-118 in B. W. Schubert, J. I. Mead, and R. W. Graham (ed.). Ice age cave faunas of North America. Indiana University Press, Bloomington.
Graham, R. W., and M. A. Graham. 1994. The late Quaternary distribution of Martes in North America. Pages 26-58 in S. W. Buskirk, A. S. Harestoel, M. G. Raphael, and R. A. Powell (ed.). The biology and conservation of martens, sables, and fishers. Cornell University Press, Ithaca.
Grayson, D. K.. 2006. Holocene bison in the Great Basin, western USA. The Holocene 16:913-925.
Grayson, D. K.. 2006. The late Quaternary biogeographic histories of some Great Basin mammals (western USA). Quaternary Science Reviews 25:2964–2991.
Grayson, D. K.. 2001. The archaeological record of human impacts on animal populations. Journal of World Prehistory 15:1-68.
Grayson, D. K.. 2005. A brief history of Great Basin pikas. Journal of Biogeography 32:2103-2111.
Grayson, D. K.. 2006. Late Pleistocene Faunal Extinctions. D. J. Stanford, B. D. Smith, D. H. Ubelaker, and E. J. E. Szathmáry (ed.). Handbook of North American Indians. Volume 3. Environment, origins, and population. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C..
Grayson, D. K.. 2007. Deciphering North American Pleistocene Extinctions. Journal of Anthropological Research 63:185-214.
Grayson, D. K., and D. J. Meltzer. 2002. Clovis hunting and large mammal extinction: a critical review of the evidence. Journal of World Prehistory 16:313-359.
Grayson, D. K., and D. J. Meltzer. 2003. A requiem for North American overkill. Journal of Archaeological Science 30:585-593.
Grimm, E. C.. 2001. Trends and palaeoecological problems in the vegetation and climate history of the northern Great Plains, U.S.A.. Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 101B:47-64.
Grimm, E. C., and G. L. Jacobson, Jr.. 2004. Late-Quaternary vegetation history of the eastern United States. Pages 381-402 in A. R. Gillespie, S. C. Porter, and B. F. Atwater (ed.). The Quaternary period in the United States. Developments in Quaternary science 1. Elsevier, Amsterdam.
Grimm, E. C., J. Keltner, R. Cheddadi, S. Hicks, A.-M. Lézine, J. C. Berrio, and J. W. Williams. 2007. Pollen databases and their application. Pages 2522-2530 in S. A. Elias (ed.). Encyclopedia of Quaternary science. Elsevier, Amsterdam.
Grimm, E. C., S. Lozano-García, H. Behling, and V. Markgraf. 2001. Holocene vegetation and climate variability in the Americas. Pages 325-370 in V. Markgraf (ed.). Interhemispheric climate linkages. Academic Press, San Diego.
Gritti, E. S., S. Gachet, M. T. Sykes, and J. Guiot. 2004. An extended probabilistic approach of plant vital attributes: an application to European pollen records at 0 and 6 ka. Global Ecology and Biogeography 13:519-533.
Gugger, P. F., and S. Sugita. 2010. Glacial populations and postglacial migration of Douglas-fir based on fossil pollen and macrofossil evidence. Quaternary Science Reviews 29:2052-2070.
Guiot, J., D. Jolly, R. Cheddadi, O. Peyron, F. Torre, J. J. Boreux, and J. O. Kaplan. 2000. Interpretation of pollen data using a plant functional type approach and an inverse vegetation modeling. Pages 153-159 in P. Braconnot (ed.). Paleoclimate Modelling Intercomparison Project (PMIP): Proceedings of the third PMIP workshop, La Huardière, Quèbec, Canada, 4-8 October 1999. WCRP-111, ICPO Publications Series 34, PAGES Report 2000-1, WMO/TD 1007.
Guiot, J., F. Torre, D. Jolly, O. Peyron, J. J. Boreux, and R. Cheddadi. 2000. Inverse vegetation modeling by Monte Carlo sampling to reconstruct palaeoclimates under changed precipitation seasonality and CO2 conditions: application to glacial climate in Mediterranean region. Ecological Modelling 127:119–140.
Guiot, J., J. J. Boreux, P. Braconnot, F. Torre, and PMIP participants. 1999. Data-model comparison using fuzzy logic in paleoclimatology. Climate Dynamics 15:569-581.
Guiot, J., J. L. de Beaulieu, R. Cheddadi, F. David, P. Ponel, and M. Reille. 1993. The climate in western Europe during the last glacial/interglacial cycle dervied from pollen and insect remains. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 103:73-93.
Guiot, J., R. Cheddadi, C. Bonfils, N. de Noblet, and P. Tarasov. 2000. Climate reconstruction from pollen data and model-data comparison in Eurasia. Pages 87-94 in P. Braconnot (ed.). Paleoclimate Modelling Intercomparison Project (PMIP): Proceedings of the third PMIP workshop, La Huardière, Quèbec, Canada, 4-8 October 1999. WCRP-111, ICPO Publications Series 34, PAGES Report 2000-1, WMO/TD 1007.
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.
Guralnick, R.. 2007. Differential effects of past climate warming on mountain and flatland species distributions: a multispecies North American mammal assessment. Global Ecology and Biogeography 16:14-23.
Guralnick, R. P., and P. B. Pearman. 2009. Using species occurrence databases to determine niche dynamics of montane and lowland species since the last glacial maximum. Pages 125-136 in C. Körner and E. M. Spehn (ed.). Data mining for global trends in mountain biodiversity. CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton.