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Changing climate in the Arctic is expected to have significant effects on the pattern and distribution of terrestrial vegetation. Species characteristic of specific zones in the mountains of northern Sweden have been shown to migrate up- and down-slope with changes in climate over the Holocene....

Author(s)
Young, A. B.; Cairns, D. M.; Lafon, C. W.; Moen, J.; Martin, L. E.
Publisher
NRC Research Press, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2011, 41, 3, pp 450-459
Abstract

To reconstruct the vegetation and fire history of the Upper Engadine, two continuous sediment cores from Lej da Champfèr and Lej da San Murezzan (Upper Engadine Valley, southeastern Switzerland) were analysed for pollen, plant macrofossils, charcoal and kerogen. The chronologies of the cores are...

Author(s)
Gobet, E.; Tinner, W.; Hochuli, P. A.; Leeuwen, J. F. N. van; Ammann, B.
Publisher
Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 2003, 12, 3, pp 143-163
Abstract

We studied a ca 200 ha large forest site that holds an exceptionally large number of red-listed saproxylic beetles. We conducted pollen, charcoal and dendroecological analyses to reveal the long-term stand-level history of the site. We also investigated which of the red-listed saproxylic beetles...

Author(s)
Lindbladh, M.; Niklasson, M.; Nilsson, S. G.
Publisher
Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Biological Conservation, 2003, 114, 2, pp 231-243
Abstract

Potential natural tree-limits for Betula pubescens, Picea abies, Pinus sylvestris and Alnus incana were assessed in a subalpine B. pubescens forest in the Tärna region of N. Sweden. The tree-limit was defined as the altitude of the uppermost individual (taller than 2 m) of a tree species. The B....

Author(s)
Kullman, L.
Citation
Fennia, 1991, 169, 1, pp 25-38

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