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Adams, J. M., and H. Faure. 1998. A new estimate of changing carbon storage on land since the last glacial maximum, based on global land ecosystem reconstruction. Global and Planetary Change 16-17:3-24.

Agenbroad, L. D.. 2005. North American proboscideans: mammoths: the state of the knowledge, 2003. Quaternary International 126-128:73-92.

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 29:2604-2618.

Almeida-Lenero, L., H. Hooghiemstra, A. M. Cleef, and B. van Geel. 2005. Holocene climatic and environmental change from pollen records of lakes Zempoala and Quila, central Mexican highlands. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 136:63-92. doi:10.1016/j.revpalbo.2005.05.001.

Alroy, J.. 1999. Putting North America's end-Pleistocene megafaunal extinction in context: large-scale analyses of spatial patterns, extinction rates, and size distributions. Pages 105-143 in R. D. E. MacPhee (ed.). Extinctions in near time: causes, contexts, and consequences. Advances in vertebrate paleobiology 2. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York.

Alroy, J.. 2001. A multispecies overkill simulation of the end-Pleistocene magafaunal mass extinction. Science 292:1893-1896.

Anderson, P. M., M. E. Edwards, and L. B. Brubaker. 2004. Results and paleoclimate implications of 35 years of paleoecological research in Alaska. Pages 427-440 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.

Anderson, R. S., and E. Feiler. 2009. Holocene vegetation and climate change on the Colorado Great Plains, USA, and the invasion of Colorado piñon (Pinus edulis). Journal of Biogeography 36:2279-2289. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2009.02161.x.

Anderson, R. S., and P. A. Koehler. 2003. Modern pollen and vegetation relationships in the mountains of southern California, USA. Grana 42:129-146.

Arroyo-Cabrales, J., O. J. Polaco, E. Johnson, and A. F. Guzmán. 2003. The distribution of the genus Mammuthus in Mexico. Pages 27-39 in J. W. F. Reumer, J. de Vos, and D. Mol (ed.). Advances in Mammoth Research: Proceedings of the Second International Mammoth Conference, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 16-20 May 1999.

Asselin, H., and S. Payette. 2005. Late Holocene opening of the forest tundra landscape in northern Québec, Canada. Global Ecology and Biogeography 14:307-313.

Aubry, K. B., M. J. Statham, B. N. Sacks, J. D. Perrine, and S. M. Wisely. 2009. Phylogeography of the North American red fox: vicariance in Pleistocene forest refugia. Molecular Ecology 18(12):2668-2686.

Avery, D. T.. 2007. How high-yield farming saves nature. Social Science and Public Policy 44:137-143. doi:10.1007/s12115-007-9034-8.

Baker, R. G., G. G. Fredlund, R. D. Mandell, and E. A. Bettis, III. 2000. Holocene environments of the central Great Plains: multi-proxy evidence from alluvial sequences, southeastern Nebraska. Quaternary International 67:75-88.

Barber, K., B. Zolitschka, P. Tarasov, and A. F. Lotter. 2004. Atlantic to Urals—the Holocene climatic record of mid-latitude Europe. Pages 417-442 in R. W. Battarbee, F. Gasse, and C. E. Stickley (ed.). Past climate variability through Europe and Africa. Developments in paleoenvironmental research. Springer, Dordrecht.

Barboni, D., S. P. Harrison, P. J. Bartlein, G. Jalut, M. New, I. C. Prentice, M.-F. Sanchez-Goñi, A. Spessa, B. Davis, and A. C. Stevenson. 2004. Relationships between plant traits and climate in the Mediterranean region: a pollen data analysis. Journal of Vegetation Science 15:635-646.

Barnosky, A. D.. 2005. Effects of Quaternary climatic change on speciation in mammals. Journal of Mammalian Evolution 12(1/2):247-264.

Barnosky, A. D., C. J. Bell, S. D. Emslie, H. T. Goodwin, J. I. Mead, C. A. Repenning, E. Scott, and A. B. Shabel. 2004. Exceptional record of mid-Pleistocene vertebrates helps differentiate climatic from anthropogenic ecosystem perturbations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 101:9297-9302.

Barnosky, A. D., E. A. Hadly, and C. J. Bell. 2003. Mammalian response to global warming on varied temporal scales. Journal of Mammalogy 84:354-368.

Barnosky, A. D., P. L. Koch, R. S. Feranec, S. L. Wing, and A. B. Shabel. 2004. Assessing the causes of late Pleistocene extinctions on the continents. Science 306:70-75.

Bartlein, P. J., K. H. Anderson, P. M. Anderson, M. E. Edwards, C. J. Mock, R. S. Thompson, R. S. Webb, T. Webb, III, and C. Whitlock. 1998. Paleoclimate simulations for North America over the past 21,000 years: features of the simulated climate and comparisons with paleoenvironmental data. Quaternary Science Reviews 17:549-585.

Beaudoin, A. B.. 2001. A regional compilation of postglacial paleoenvironmental records from the northern Plains for the SCAPE Project. Current Research in the Pleistocene 18:91-92.

Beaudoin, A. B., and T. Panas. 2002 Methodology and preliminary results for the palaeoenvironmental database component, SCAPE (Study of Cultural Adaptations in the Canadian Prairie Ecozone) Project E-SCAPE Manuscript 9.

Beaudoin, A. B., and T. Panas. 2004 Annotated bibliography of palaeoenvironmental studies within the E-SCAPE study area E-SCAPE Manuscript 16.

Beaudouin, C., G. Jouet, J.-P. Suc, and S. Berné. 2007. Vegetation dynamics in southern France during the last 30 ky BP in the light of marine palynology. Quaternary Science Reviews 26:1037-1054. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2006.12.009.

Behling, H.. 1998. Late Quaternary vegetational and climatic changes in Brazil. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 99:143-156.

Bell, C. J.. 2000. Synopsis of terrestrial and non-marine aquatic faunal groups. Pages 407-411 in J. S. Noller, J. M. Sowers, and W. R. Lettis (ed.). Quaternary geochronology: methods and applications. AGU reference shelf 4. American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C..

Bell, C. J.. 2000. Biochronology of North American microtine rodents. Pages 379-406 in J. S. Noller, J. M. Sowers, and W. R. Lettis (ed.). Quaternary geochronology: methods and applications. AGU reference shelf 4. American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C..

Bell, C. J., and A. D. Barnosky. 2000. The microtine rodents from the Pit locality in Porcupine Cave, Park County, Colorado. Annals of Carnegie Museum 69:93-134.

Bell, C. J., and C. A. Repenning. 1999. Observations on dental variation in Microtus from the Cudahy Ash Pit fauna, Meade County, Kansas and implications for Irvingtonian microtine rodent biochronology. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 19:757-766.

Bell, C. J., and J. I. Mead. 1998. Late Pleistocene microtine rodents from Snake Creek Burial Cave, White Pine County, Nevada. Great Basin Naturalist 58:82-86.

Bell, C. J., E. L. Lundelius, Jr., A. D. Barnosky, R. W. Graham, E. H. Lindsay, D. R. Ruez, Jr., H. A. Semken, Jr., S. D. Webb, and R. J. Zakrzewski. 2004. The Blancan, Irvingtonian, and Rancholabrean mammal ages. Pages 232-314 in M. O. Woodburne (ed.). Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic mammals of North America: biostratigraphy and geochronology. Columbia University Press, New York.

Bennett, K. D., and J. L. Fuller. 2002. Determining the age of the mid-Holocene Tsuga canadensis (hemlock) decline, eastern North America. The Holocene 12:421-429.

Bigelow, N. H., L. B. Brubaker, M. E. Edwards, S. P. Harrison, I. C. Prentice, P. M. Anderson, A. A. Andreev, P. J. Bartlein, T. R. Christensen, W. Cramer, J. O. Kaplan, A. V. Lozhkin, N. V. Matveyeva, D. F. Murray, A. D. McGuire, V. Y. Razzhivin, J. C. Ritchie, B. Smith, D. A. Walker, K. Gajewski, V. Wolf, B. H. Holmqvist, Y. Igarashi, K. Kremenetskii, A. Paus, M. F. J. Pisaric, and V. S. Volkova. 2003. Climate change and Arctic ecosystems: 1. Vegetation changes north of 55°N between the last glacial maximum, mid-Holocene, and present. Journal of Geophysical Research 108(D19). doi:10.1029/2002JD002558.

Birks, H. H.. 2003. The importance of plant macrofossils in the reconstruction of lateglacial vegetation and climate: examples from Scotland, western Norway, and Minnesota, USA. Quaternary Science Reviews 22:453-473.

Bjökman, L.. 1999. The establishment of Fagus sylvatica at the stand-scale in southern Sweden. The Holocene 9:237-245.

Björse, G., and R. Bradshaw. 1998. 2000 years of forest dynamics in southern Sweden: suggestions for forest management. Forest Ecology and Management 104:15-26.

Blois, J.L, J.W. Williams, E.C. Grimm, S.T. Jackson, and R.W. Graham. 2011. A methodological framework for assessing and reducing temporal uncertainty in paleovegetation mapping from late-Quaternary pollen records. Quaternary Science Reviews 30:1926-1939. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2011.04.017. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2011.04.017.

Blyakharchuk, T. A.. 2003. Four new pollen sections tracing the Holocene vegetational development of the southern part of the West Siberian Lowland. The Holocene 13:715-731.

Blyakharchuk, T. A., and L. D. Sulerzhitsky. 1999. Holocene vegetational and climatic changes in the forest zone of Western Siberia according to pollen records from the extrazonal palsa bog Bugristoye. The Holocene 9:621-628.

Blyakharchuk, T. A., H. E. Wright, P. S. Borodavko, and W. O. van der Knaap. 2008. The role of pingos in the development of the Dzhangyskol lake–pingo complex, central Altai Mountains, southern Siberia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 257:404-420.

Blyakharchuk, T. A., H. E. Wright, P. S. Borodavko, W. O. van der Knapp, and B. Ammann. 2004. Late Glacial and Holocene vegetational changes on the Ulagan high-mountain plateau, Altai Mountains, southern Siberia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 209:259-279.

Bonfils, C., N. de Noblet-Ducoudré, J. Guiot, and P. Bartlein. 2004. Some mechanisms of mid-Holocene climate change in Europe, inferred from comparing PMIP models to data. Climate Dynamics 23:79-98.

Borromei, A. M., and M. Quattrocchio. 2008. Late and postglacial paleoenvironments of Tierra del Fuego: terrestrial and marine palynological evidence. J. Rabassa (ed.). The Late Cenozoic of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego. Developments in Quaternary science. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

Bout-Roumazeilles, V., N. C. Nebout, O. Peyron, E. Cortijo, A. Landais, and V. Masson-Delmotte. 2007. Connection between South Mediterranean climate and North African atmospheric circulation during the last 50,000 yr BP North Atlantic cold events. Quaternary Science Reviews 26:3197-3215. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2007.07.015.

Bowyer, V.. 2001 A report on the palaeoenvironmental database for the SCAPE Project E-SCAPE Manuscript 2.

Bradshaw, R., and B. H. Holmqvist. 1999. Danish forest development during the last 3000 years reconstructed from regional pollen data. Ecography 22:53-62.

Bradshaw, R. H. W., and M. Lindbladh. 2005. Regional spread and stand-scale establishment of Fagus sylvatica and Picea abies in Scandinavia. Ecology 86:1679-1686.

Bradshaw, R. H. W., B. H. Holmqvist, S. A. Cowling, and M. T. Sykes. 2000. The effects of climate change on the distribution and management of Picea abies in southern Scandinavia. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30:1992-1998.

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