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MacPhee, R. D. E.. 2008. Insulae infortunatae: Establishing a chronology for Late Quaternary mammal extinctions in the West Indies. American Megafaunal Extinctions at the End of the Pleistocene. Vertebrate Paleobiology and Paleoanthropology Series. Springer Netherlands.

Magny, M., C. Bégeot, J. Guiot, and O. Peyron. 2003. Contrasting patterns of hydrological changes in Europe in response to Holocene climate cooling phases. Quaternary Science Reviews 22:1589-1596.

Magri, D.. 2008. Patterns of post-glacial spread and the extent of glacial refugia of European beech (Fagus sylvatica). Journal of Biogeography 35:450-463. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2007.01803.x.

Magri, D., G. G. Vendramin, B. Comps, I. Dupanloup, T. Geburek, D. Gömöry, M. Latałowa, 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 European beech populations: palaeobotanical evidence and genetic consequences. New Phytologist 171:199-221.

Magyari, E.. 2002. Holocene biogeography of Fagus sylvatica L. and Carpinus betulus L. in the Carpathian-Alpine region. Folia Historico-Naturalia Musei Matraensis 26:15-35.

Maher, L. J., Jr.. 2006. Environmental information from guano palynology of insectivorous bats of the central part of the United States of America. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 237:19-31. doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2005.11.026.

Mancini, M. V., A. R. Prieto, M. M. Paez, and F. Schäbitz. 2008. Late Quaternary Vegetation and Climate of Patagonia. Pages 351-367 in J. Rabassa (ed.). The Late Cenozoic of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego. Developments in Quaternary science. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

Marchant, R., A. Boom, and H. Hooghiemstra. 2002. Pollen-based biome reconstructions for the past 450 000 yr from the Funza-2 core, Colombia: comparisons with model-based vegetation reconstructions. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 177:29-45.

Marchant, R., A. Boom, H. Behling, H. Hooghiemstra, B. Melief, B. van Geel, T. van der Hammen, and M. Wille. 2004. Colombian vegetation at the Last Glacial Maximum: a comparison of model- and pollen-based biome reconstructions. Journal of Quaternary Science 19:721-732.

Marchant, R., and H. Hooghiemstra. 2004. Rapid environmental change in African and South American tropics around 4000 years before present: a review. Earth-Science Reviews 66:217-260.

Marchant, R., H. Behling, J. C. Berrio, A. Cleef, J. Duivenvoorden, H. Hooghiemstra, P. Kuhry, B. Melief, B. van Geel, T. van der Hammen, G. van Reenena, and M. Wille. 2001. Mid- to Late-Holocene pollen-based biome reconstructions for Colombia. Quaternary Science Reviews 20:1289-1308.

Marchant, R., H. Behling, J.-C. Berrio, A. Cleef , J. Duivenvoorden, H. Hooghiemstra, P. Kuhry, B. Melief, E. Schreve-Brinkman, B. van Geel, T. van der Hammen, G. van Reenen, and M. Wille. 2002. Pollen-based biome reconstructions for Colombia at 3000, 6000, 9000, 12 000, 15 000 and 18 000 14C yr ago: late Quaternary tropical vegetation dynamics. Journal of Quaternary Science 17:119-129.

Marchant, R., L. Almeida, H. Behling, J. C. Berrio, M. Bush, A. Cleef, J. Duivenvoorden, M. Kappelle, P. De Oliveira, A. Teixeira de Oliveira-Filho, S. Lozano-Garćia, H. Hooghiemstra, M.-P. Ledru, B. Ludlow-Wiechers, V. Markgraf, V. Mancini, M. Paez, A. Prieto, O. Rangel, and M. L. Salgado-Labouriau. 2002. Distribution and ecology of parent taxa of pollen lodged within the Latin American Pollen Database. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 121:1-75.

Marlon, J. R., P. J. Bartlein, M. K. Walsh, S. P. Harrison, K. J. Brown, M. E. Edwards, P. E. Higuera, M. J. Power, R. S. Anderson, C. Briles, A. Brunelle, C. Carcaillet, M. Daniels, F. S. Hu, M. Lavoie, C. Long, T. Minckley, P. J. H. Richard, A. C. Scott, D. S. Shafer, W. Tinner, C. E. Umbanhowar, Jr., and C. Whitlock. 2009. Wildfire responses to abrupt climate change in North America. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 106:2519-2524. doi:10.1073/pnas.0808212106.

Martin, P. S., and C. R. Szuter. 2002. Game parks before and after Lewis and Clark: reply to Lyman and Wolverton. Conservation Biology 16:244-247.

Martínez-Meyer, E., A. T. Peterson, and W. W. Hargrove. 2004. Ecological niches as stable distributional constraints on mammal species, with implications for Pleistocene extinctions and climate change projections for biodiversity. Global Ecology and Biogeography 13:305-314.

Martínez-Meyer, E., and A. T. Peterson. 2006. Conservatism of ecological niche characteristics in North American plant species over the Pleistocene-to-recent transition. Journal of Biogeography 33:1779-1789.

Masson, V., P. Braconnot, J. Jouzel, N. de Noblet, R. Cheddadi, and O. Marchal. 2000. Simulation of intense monsoons under glacial conditions. Geophysical Research Letters 27:1747-1750.

Masson, V., R. Cheddadi, P. Braconnot, S. Joussaume, and D. Texier. 1999. Mid-Holocene climate in Europe: what can we infer from PMIP model-data comparisons?. Climate Dynamics 15:163-182.

McCarthy, F. M. G., J. H. McAndrews, S. M. Blasco, and S. H. Tiffin. 2007. Spatially discontinuous modern sedimentation in Georgian Bay, Huron Basin, Great Lakes. Journal of Paleolimnology 37:453-470. doi:10.1007/s10933-006-9050-5.

McDonald, H. G., and S. Pelikan. 2006. Mammoths and mylodonts: exotic species from two different continents in North American Pleistocene faunas. Quaternary International 142-143:229-241.

McLachlan, J. S.. 2003 Population growth of eastern North American trees since the last glacial maximum Ph.D. dissertation. Duke University, Durham.

McLachlan, J. S., and J. S. Clark. 2004. Reconstructing historical ranges with fossil data at continental scales. Forest Ecology and Management 197:139-147.

McLachlan, J. S., J. S. Clark, and P. S. Manos. 2005. Molecular indicators of tree migration capacity under rapid climate change. Ecology 86:2088-2098.

McLauchlan, K. K., A. J. Elmore, W. W. Oswald, and S. Sugita. 2007. Detecting open vegetation in a forested landscape: pollen and remote sensing data from New England, USA. The Holocene 17:1233-1243.

Minckley, T. A., P. J. Bartlein, C. Whitlock, B. N. Shuman, J. W. Williams, and O. K. Davis. 2008. Associations among modern pollen, vegetation, and climate in western North America. Quaternary Science Reviews 27:1962-1991.

Minckley, T., and C. Whitlock. 2000. Spatial variation of modern pollen in Oregon and southern Washington, USA. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 112:97-123.

Mitchell, F. J. G.. 2005. How open were European primeval forests? Hypothesis testing using palaeoecological data. Journal of Ecology 93:168-177.

Moorcroft, P. R., S. W. Pacala, and M. A. Lewis. 2006. Potential role of natural enemies during tree range expansions following climate change. Journal of Theoretical Biology 241:601-616.

Morrow, J. E.. 2006. Anzick: a Clovis burial in Montana. Central States Archaeological Journal 53:27-32.

Muller, S. D., and P. J. H. Richard. 2001. Post-glacial vegetation migration in conterminous Montréal lowlands, southern Québec. Journal of Biogeography 28:1169-1193.

Muñoz-Durán, J., and B. Van Valkenburgh. 2006. The Rancholabrean record of Carnivora: taphonomic effect of body size, habitat breadth, and the preservation of potential caves. Palaios 21:424-430.