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Brewer, S., J. Guiot, M. F. Sánchez-Goñi, and S. Klotz. 2008. The climate in Europe during the Eemian: a multi-method approach using pollen data. Quaternary Science Reviews 27:2303-2315.

Brewer, S., R. Cheddadi, J.-L. de Beaulieu, M. Reille, and Data contributors. 2002. The spread of deciduous Quercus throughout Europe since the last glacial period. Forest Ecology and Management 156:27-48.

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 quantification of vegetation openness in the past. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 7:189-201.

Broström, A., S. Sugita, and M.-J. Gaillard. 2004. Pollen productivity estimates for the reconstruction of past vegetation cover in the cultural landscape of southern Sweden. The Holocene 14:368-381.

Brown, J. H., S. K. M. Ernest, J. M. Parody, and J. P. Haskell. 2001. Regulation of diversity: maintenance of species richness in changing environments. Oecologia 126:321-332.

Brubaker, L. B., P. M. Anderson, M. E. Edwards, and A. V. Lozhkin. 2005. Beringia as a glacial refugium for boreal trees and shrubs: new perspectives from mapped pollen data. Journal of Biogeography 32:833-848.

Brugam, R. B., M. C. Crenshaw, and L. A. B. Giese. 2007. Historical development of the cypress/tupelo swamp at Horseshoe Lake, Alexander County, Illinois, USA. Wetlands 27:305-318.

Bruzgul, J. E., and E. A. Hadly. 2007. Non-random patterns in the Yellowstone ecosystem: inferences from mammalian body size, order and biogeographical affinity. Global Ecology and Biogeography 16:139-148.

Bryant, J. P., T. P. Clausen, R. K. Swihart, S. M. Landhäusser, M. T. Stevens, C. D. B. Hawkins, S. Carriere, A. P. Kirilenko, A. M. Veitch, R. A. Popko, D. T. Cleland, J. H. Williams, W. J. Jakubas, M. R. Carlson, K. L. Bodony, M. Cebrian, T. F. Paragi, P. M. Picone, J. E. Moore, E. C. Packee, and T. Malone. 2009. Fire drives transcontinental variation in tree birch defense against browsing by snowshoe hares. The American Naturalist 174(1):13-23.

Buchanan, B., and M. J. Hamilton. 2009. A formal test of the origin of variation in North American Early Paleoindian projectile points. American Antiquity 74:279-298.

Bunbury, J., and K. Gajewski. 2009. Postglacial climates inferred from a lake at treeline, southwest Yukon Territory, Canada. Quaternary Science Reviews 28:354-369. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2008.10.007.

Burke, C. C.. 2008 Carnivore attrition of the Kaplan-Hoover bison bonebed: late Holocene predatory ecology of the Cache la Paudre Basin, Colorado piedmont Master's thesis. Colorado State University, Fort Collins.

Burns, C. E., K. M. Johnson, and O. J. Schmitz. 2003. Global climate change and mammalian species diversity in U.S. national parks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 100:11474-11477.

Burns, J. A.. 2004. Late Pleistocene lemmings (Lemmus trimucronatus and Dicrostonyx groenlandicus; Muridae: Rodentia) from Alberta, Canada. Journal of Mammalogy 85:379-383.

Burns, J. A.. 2009. Mammalian faunal dynamics in Late Pleistocene Alberta, Canada. Quaternary International in press. doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2009.08.003.

Bush, M. B.. 2000. Deriving responses matrices from Central American modern pollen rain. Quaternary Research 54:132-143.

Bush, M. B., E. Moreno, P. E. de Oliveira, E. Asanza, and P. A. Colinvaux. 2001. The influence of biogeographic and ecological heterogeneity on Amazonian pollen spectra. Journal of Tropical Ecology 17:729-743.

Calcote, R.. 2003. Mid-Holocene climate and the hemlock decline: the range limit of Tsuga canadensis in the western Great Lakes region, USA. The Holocene 13:215-224.

Camill, P., C. E. Umbanhowar, Jr., R. Teed, C. E. Geiss, J. Aldinger, L. Dvorak, J. Kenning, J. Limmer, and K. Walkup. 2003. Late-glacial and Holocene climatic effects on fire and vegetation dynamics at the prairie–forest ecotone in south-central Minnesota. Journal of Ecology 91:822-836.

Cannon, M. D.. 2004. Geographic variability in North American mammal community richness during the terminal Pleistocene. Quaternary Science Reviews 23:1099-1023.

Cannon, M. D., and D. J. Meltzer. 2004. Early Paleoindian foraging: examining the faunal evidence for large mammal specialization and regional variability in prey choice. Quaternary Science Reviews 23:1955-1987.

Cannon, M. D., and D. J. Meltzer. 2008. Explaining variability in Early Paleoindian foraging. Quaternary International 191:5-17. doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2008.03.002.

CAPE Project Members. 2001. Holocene paleoclimate data from the Arctic: testing models of global climate change. Quaternary Science Reviews 20:1275-1287.

Carrasco, M. A., A. D. Barnosky, and R. W. Graham. 2009. Quantifying the extent of North American mammal extinction relative to the pre-anthropogenic baseline. PLoS ONE 4(12). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0008331.

Carrasco, M. A., A. D. Barnosky, B. P. Kraatz, and E. B. Davis. 2007. The Miocene Mammal Mapping Project (Miomap): An online database of Arikareean through Hemphillian fossil mammals. Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History 39:183-188.

Cheddadi, R., and A. Bar-Hen. 2009. Spatial gradient of temperature and potential vegetation feedback across Europe during the late Quaternary. Climate Dynamics 32:371-379. doi:10.1007/s00382-008-0405-7.

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 15:271-282. doi:10.1111/j.1466-822x.2006.00226.x.

Cheddadi, R., G. Yu, J. Guiot, S. P. Harrison, and I. C. Prentice. 1997. The climate of Europe 6000 years ago. Climate Dynamics 13:1-9.

Cheddadi, R., H. F. Lamb, J. Guiot, and S. van der Kaars. 1998. Holocene climatic change in Morocco: a quantitative reconstruction from pollen data. Climate Dynamics 14:883-890.

Cheddadi, R., J. Guiot, and D. Jolly. 2001. The Mediterranean vegetation: what if the atmospheric CO2 increased?. Landscape Ecology 16:667-675.

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.

Chmura, G. L., A. Santos, V. Pospelova, Z. Spasojevic, R. Lam, and J. S. Latimer. 2004. Response of three paleo-primary production proxy measures to development of an urban estuary. Science of the Total Environment 320:225-243.

Clark, J. S., and J. S. McLachlan. 2003. Stability of forest biodiversity. Nature 423:635-638.

Clark, J. S., and P. D. Royall. 1996. Local and regional sediment charcoal evidence for fire regimes in presettlement north-eastern North America. Journal of Ecology 84:365-382.

Clark, J. S., C. Fastie, G. Hurtt, S. T. Jackson, C. Johnson, G. A. King, M. Lewis, J. Lynch, S. Pacala, C. Prentice, E. W. Schupp, T. Webb, III, and P. Wyckoff. 1998. Reid's paradox of rapid plant migration. BioScience 48:13-24.

Cole, K. L., M. B. Davis, F. Stearns, K. Walker, and G. Guntenspergen. 1998. Historical landcover changes in the Great Lakes region. Pages 43-50 in T. D. Sisk (ed.). Perspectives on the land use history of North America: a context for understanding our changing environment. Biological Science Report USGS/BRD/BSR 1998-0003. United States Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division.

Committee on Ungulate Management in Yellowstone National Park, N. R. C.. 2002. Ecological dynamics on Yellowstone's northern range. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., USA.

Comps, B., D. Gömöry, J. Letouzey, B. Thiébaut, and R. J. Petit. 2001. Diverging trends between heterozygosity and allelic richness during postglacial colonization in the European beech. Genetics 157:389-397.

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 13:161-179.

Crowley, B. E., P. L. Koch, and E. B. Davis. 2008. Stable isotope constraints on the elevation history of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, California. GSA Bulletin 120(5-6):588-598.

Crowley, T. J.. 1995. Ice age terrestrial carbon changes revisited. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 9:377-390.

Cruzan, M. B., and A. R. Templeton. 2000. Paleoecology and coalescence: phylogeographic analysis of hypotheses from the fossil record. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 15:491-496.

Culver, S. J., K. M. Farrell, D. J. Mallinson, B. P. Horton, D. A. Willard, E. R. Thieler, S. R. Riggs, S. W. Snyder, J. F. Wehmiller, C. E. Bernhardt, and C. Hillier. 2008. Micropaleontologic record of late Pliocene and Quaternary paleoenvironments in the northern Albemarle Embayment, North Carolina, U.S.A.. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 264:54-77. doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2008.03.012.

Czaplewski, N. J., J. I. Mead, C. J. Bell, W. D. Peachey, and T.-L. Ku. 1999. Papago Springs Cave revisited, part II: vertebrate paleofauna. Occasional Papers of the Oklahoma Museum of Natural History 5:1-41.

Czaplewski, N. J., W. L. Puckette, and C. Russell. 2002. A Pleistocene tapir and associated mammals from the southwestern Ozark highland. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 64:97-107.

Davis, B. A. S., S. Brewer, A. C. Stevenson, J. Guiot, and D. Contributors. 2003. The temperature of Europe during the Holocene reconstructed from pollen data. Quaternary Science Reviews 22:1701-1716.

Davis, E. B.. 2005. Mammalian beta diversity in the Great Basin, western USA: palaeontological data suggest deep origin of modern macroecological structure. Global Ecology and Biogeography 14:479-490.

Davis, E. B.. 2007. Family Antilocapridae. Pages 227-240 in D. R. Prothero and S. E. Foss (ed.). The Evolution of Artiodactyls.

Davis, M. B., C. Douglas, R. Calcote, K. Cole, M. Winkler, and R. Flakne. 2000. Holocene climate in the western Great Lakes National Parks and Lakeshores: implications for future climate change. Conservation Biology 14:968-983.

Davis, M. B., R. G. Shaw, and J. R. Etterson. 2005. Evolutionary responses to changing climate. Ecology 86:1704-1714.

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