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Haas, J. N., and J. H. McAndrews. 1999. The summer drought related hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) decline in eastern North America 5,700 to 5,100 years ago. K. A. McManus, K. S. Shields, and D. R. Souto (ed.). Symposium on Sustainable Management of Hemlock Ecosystems in Eastern North America, Durham, New Hampshire. USDA Forest Service.
Hall, V. A.. 2003. Vegetation history of mid- to western Ireland in the 2nd millennium A.D.; fresh evidence from tephra-dated palynological investigations. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 12:7-17.
Halsey, L. A., D. H. Vitt, and L. D. Gignac. 2000. Sphagnum-dominated peatlands in North America since the Last Glacial Maximum: their occurrence and extent. The Bryologist 103:334-352.
Hammond, D. S.. 2005. Biophysical features of the Guiana Shield. Pages 15-194 in D. S. Hammond (ed.). Tropical forests fo the Guiana Shield. CABI Publishing, Wallingford.
Harrison, S. P.. 2003. Contributing to global change science: the ethics, obligations and opportunities of working with palaeoenvironmental databases. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift 57:1-8.
Haskell, J.. 2001. The latitudinal gradient of diversity through the Holocene as recorded by fossil pollen in Europe. Evolutionary Ecology Research 3:345-360.
Haynes, G.. 2002. The settlement of North America: the Clovis era. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England.
Haynes, G.. 2009. Estimates of Clovis-era megafaunal populations and their extinction risks. Pages 39-53 in G. Haynes (ed.). American megafaunal extinctions at the end of the Pleistocene. Springer, Dordrecht.
Haynes, G.. 2008. Estimates of Clovis-Era megafaunal populations and their extinction risks. G. Haynes (ed.). American Megafaunal Extinctions at the End of the Pleistocene.
Haynes, G.. 2007. A review of some attacks on the overkill hypothesis, with special attention to misrepresentations and doubletalk. Quaternary International 169-170:84-94. doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2006.07.002.
Heard, M. J., and M. J. Valente. 2009. Fossil pollen records forecast response of forests to hemlock woolly adelgid invasion. Ecography 32:881-887. doi:10.1111/j.1600-0587.2009.05838.x.
Hill, M. E., Jr.. 2007 Causes of regional and temporal variation in Paleoindian diet in western North America PhD Dissertation. University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.
Hoek, W. Z., and S. J. P. Bohncke. 2001. Oxygen-isotope wiggle matching as a tool for synchronising ice-core and terrestrial records over Termination 1. Quaternary Science Reviews 20:1251-1264.
Hoganson, J. W., and H. G. McDonald. 2007. First report of Jefferson's ground sloth (Megalonyx Jeffersonii) in North Dakota: Paleobiogeographical and paleoecological significance. Journal of Mammalogy 88:73-80.
Holliday, V. T.. 2003. Where have all the mammoth gone?. Science 300:1373-1374.
Holmqvist, B. H.. 2005 Classiﬁcation of large pollen datasets using neural networks with application to mapping and modelling pollen data LUNDQUA Report 39. GeoBiosphere Science Center, Department of Geology, Quaternary Sciences, Lund University. Lund, Sweden.
Hopkins, S. S. B.. 2007. Causes of lineage decline in the Aplodontidae: testing for the influence of physical and biological change. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 246:331-353.
Hopkins, S. S. B.. 2005 Evolutionary history and paleoecology of aplodontoid rodents PhD Dissertation. University of California, Berkeley, CA.
Horwath, J. L., and D. L. Johnson. 2006. Mima-type mounds in southwest Missouri: Expressions of point-centered and locally thickened biomantles. Geomorphology 77(3-4):308-319.
Hu, F. S., A. Hampe, and R. J. Petit. 2009. Paleoecology meets genetics: deciphering past vegetational dynamics. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7. doi:10.1890/070160.
Hughes, S. S.. 2009. Noble Marten (Martes americana nobilis) revisited: Its adaptation and extinction. Journal of Mammalogy 90(1):74-92.
Huntley, B., M. J. Alfano, J. R. M. Allen, D. Pollard, P. C. Tzedakis, J.-L. de Beaulieu, E. Grüger, and B. Watts. 2003. European vegetation during Marine Oxygen Isotope Stage-3. Quaternary Research 59:195-212.