Effects of the sampling design and selection of parameter values on pollen-based quantitative reconstructions of regional vegetation: a case study in southern Sweden using the REVEALS model

Hellman SEV, Gaillard M-j, Broström A & Sugita S

Eds: Gaillard M-J, Sugita S, Bunting J, Dearing J & Bittmann F

Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, vol. 17(5), 445-459, 2008

https://doi.org/10.1007/s00334-008-0149-7

This is an article from the special issue "Human Impact on Terrestrial Ecosystems, Pollen Calibration and Quantitative Reconstruction of Past Land-Cover", which arose from the first joint HITE-POLLANDCAL conference, held 13-14 November 2005 in Umeå, Sweden. HITE is a Working Group of PAGES Focus 4.

Category: Special issue articles