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  1. Are diversity trends in western Scandinavia influenced by post-glacial dispersal limitation?
  2. How have studies of ancient DNA from sediments contributed to the reconstruction of Quaternary floras?
  3. To what extent did changes in July temperature influence Lateglacial vegetation patterns in NW Europe?
  4. A brief history of climate – the northern seas from the Last Glacial Maximum to global warming
  5. Creating spatially continuous maps of past land cover from point estimates: A new statistical approach applied to pollen data
  6. Validation of climate model-inferred regional temperature change for late-glacial Europe
  7. Aquatic ecotones-new insights from Arctic Canada
  8. Microrefugia and Shifts of Hippophae tibetana (Elaeagnaceae) on the North Side of Mt. Qomolangma (Mt. Everest) during the Last 25000 Years
  9. Holocene changes in vegetation composition in northern Europe: why quantitative pollen-based vegetation reconstructions matter
  10. Challenges in the presentation and analysis of plant-macrofossil stratigraphical data
  11. Reconstructing palaeoclimatic variables from fossil pollen using boosted regression trees: comparison and synthesis with other quantitative reconstruction methods
  12. Looking forward through the past: identification of 50 priority research questions in palaeoecology
  13. Siberian larch forests and the ion content of thaw lakes form a geochemically functional entity
  14. Tree Migration-Rates: Narrowing the Gap between Inferred Post-Glacial Rates and Projected Rates
  15. Revisiting tree-migration rates: Abies alba (Mill.), a case study
  16. Diatom flickering prior to regime shift
  17. A diverse scientific life
  18. Long-term vegetation stability in northern Europe as assessed by changes in species co-occurrences
  19. Pollen-based palaeoclimate reconstructions over long glacial-interglacial timescales: methodological tests based on the Holocene and MIS 5d-c deposits at Sokli, northern Finland
  20. ‘Diatoms and pH reconstruction’ (1990) revisited
  21. Soil mineral depletion drives early Holocene lake acidification
  22. Local temperatures inferred from plant communities suggest strong spatial buffering of climate warming across Northern Europe
  23. Rick Battarbee and his many contributions to palaeolimnology
  24. POLLEN METHODS AND STUDIES | Numerical Analysis Methods
  25. Paleoecology
  26. Natural and cultural heritage in mountain landscapes: towards an integrated valuation
  27. Comment on "Glacial Survival of Boreal Trees in Northern Scandinavia"
  28. Strengths and Weaknesses of Quantitative Climate Reconstructions based on Late-Quaternary Biological Proxies
  29. Temporally changing drivers for late-Holocene vegetation changes on the northern Tibetan Plateau
  30. Are fossil assemblages in a single sediment core from a small lake representative of total deposition of mite, chironomid, and plant macrofossil remains?
  31. The Fagus sylvatica forests in the Larvik region, south-eastern Norway: their origin and history
  32. Testing intra-site transfer functions: an example using chironomids and water depth
  33. Ecological palaeoecology and conservation biology: controversies, challenges, and compromises
  34. A North European pollen–climate calibration set: analysing the climatic responses of a biological proxy using novel regression tree methods
  35. High resolution Lateglacial and early-Holocene summer air temperature records from Scotland inferred from chironomid assemblages
  36. Fusing pollen-stratigraphic and dendroclimatic proxy data to reconstruct summer temperature variability during the past 7.5 ka in subarctic Fennoscandia
  37. Biotic homogenization of upland vegetation: patterns and drivers at multiple spatial scales over five decades
  38. Macrofossils in Raraku Lake (Easter Island) integrated with sedimentary and geochemical records: towards a palaeoecological synthesis for the last 34,000 years
  39. From cold to cool in northernmost Norway: Lateglacial and early Holocene multi-proxy environmental and climate reconstructions from Jansvatnet, Hammerfest
  40. Quantitative Environmental Reconstructions from Biological Data
  41. Data-Sets
  42. Overview of Numerical Methods in Palaeolimnology
  43. Analysis of Stratigraphical Data
  44. From Classical to Canonical Ordination
  45. Introduction and Overview of Part IV
  46. Statistical Learning in Palaeolimnology
  47. Introduction and Overview of Part II
  48. Conclusions and Future Challenges
  49. Clustering and Partitioning
  50. Introduction and Overview of Part III
  51. The March Towards the Quantitative Analysis of Palaeolimnological Data
  52. A new approach for reconstructing glacier variability based on lake sediments recording input from more than one glacier
  53. A 274-lake calibration data-set and inference model for chironomid-based summer air temperature reconstruction in Europe
  54. Merging chironomid training sets: implications for palaeoclimate reconstructions
  55. The pace of Holocene vegetation change – testing for synchronous developments
  56. Chironomidae (Insecta: Diptera) succession in Żabieniec bog and its palaeo-lake (central Poland) through the Late Weichselian and Holocene
  57. Driving forces of mid-Holocene vegetation shifts on the upper Tibetan Plateau, with emphasis on changes in atmospheric CO2 concentrations
  58. Fine-scale changes in vegetation composition in a boreal mire over 50 years
  59. Strengths and Weaknesses of Quantitative Climate Reconstructions Based on Late-Quaternary Biological Proxies
  60. Invasion of Norway spruce diversifies the fire regime in boreal European forests
  61. Alpine vegetation and species-richness patterns along two altitudinal gradients in the Gyama Valley, south-central Tibet, China
  62. Reconciling pollen-stratigraphical and tree-ring evidence for high- and low-frequency temperature variability in the past millennium
  63. How important is plot relocation accuracy when interpreting re-visitation studies of vegetation change?
  64. Recent vegetation changes at the high-latitude tree line ecotone are controlled by geomorphological disturbance, productivity and diversity
  65. Early Weichselian (MIS 5d and 5c) temperatures and environmental changes in northern Fennoscandia as recorded by chironomids and macroremains at Sokli, northeast Finland
  66. Current continental palaeoclimatic research in the Nordic region (100 years since Gunnar Andersson 1909) - Introduction
  67. Regional consistency in Lateglacial chironomid-inferred temperatures from five sites in north-west England
  68. Chironomid-inferred late-glacial summer air temperatures from Lough Nadourcan, Co. Donegal, Ireland
  69. Late-Quaternary palaeoclimatic research in Fennoscandia - A historical review
  70. Developing a modern pollen-climate calibration data set for Norway
  71. Quantifying Recent Ecological Changes in Remote Lakes of North America and Greenland Using Sediment Diatom Assemblages
  72. 4 °C and beyond: what did this mean for biodiversity in the past?
  73. Holocene climate and environmental history of Brurskardstjørni, a lake in the catchment of Øvre Heimdalsvatn, south-central Norway
  74. Oribatid mite assemblages across the tree-line in western Norway and their representation in lake sediments
  75. Holocene climate and environmental history of Brurskardstjørni, a lake in the catchment of Øvre Heimdalsvatn, south-central Norway
  76. Svend Th. Andersen (1926–2009)
  77. Evaluation of transfer functions in spatially structured environments
  78. Flora, vegetation and climate at Sokli, northeastern Fennoscandia, during the Weichselian Middle Pleniglacial
  79. Alpines, trees, and refugia in Europe
  80. A multi-proxy palaeoecological study of Alanen Laanijärvi, a boreal-forest lake in Swedish Lapland
  81. Rapid climatic changes during the Greenland stadial 1 (Younger Dryas) to early Holocene transition on the Norwegian Barents Sea coast
  82. Agroforestry: a refuge for tropical biodiversity?
  83. Late-Quaternary summer temperature changes in the northern-European tree-line region
  84. Diatom responses to 20th century climate warming in lakes from the northern Urals, Russia
  85. Holocene moisture evolution in arid central Asia and its out-of-phase relationship with Asian monsoon history
  86. Holocene vegetation dynamics and inferred climate changes at Svanåvatnet, Mo i Rana, northern Norway
  87. Holocene pollen stratigraphy of southern Sweden: a reappraisal using numerical methods
  88. Composition and formation of laminated sediments in Diss Mere, Norfolk, England
  89. Paleoecology
  90. Biological responses to rapid climate change at the Younger Dryas—Holocene transition at Kråkenes, western Norway
  91. A comparison of altitudinal species richness patterns of bryophytes with other plant groups in Nepal, Central Himalaya
  92. Winifred Tutin (1915–2007)
  93. Response to Comment on "Dispersal Limitations Matter for Microbial Morphospecies"
  94. What Is Natural? The Need for a Long-Term Perspective in Biodiversity Conservation
  95. Multi-proxy studies in palaeolimnology
  96. Quantitative palaeotemperature records inferred from fossil pollen and chironomid assemblages from Lake Gilltjärnen, northern central Sweden
  97. Derek Almey Ratcliffe, B.Sc., Ph.D., D.Sc. (1929–2005)
  98. On the presence of late-glacial trees in western Norway and the Scandes: a further comment
  99. Holocene forest development along the Setesdal valley, southern Norway, reconstructed from macrofossil and pollen evidence
  100. Did tree-Betula, Pinus and Picea survive the last glaciation along the west coast of Norway? A review of the evidence, in light of Kullman (2002)
  101. Palaeolimnological evidence for recent climatic change in lakes from the northern Urals, arctic Russia
  102. Mind the gap: how open were European primeval forests?
  103. Fifty years of Quaternary pollen analysis in Fennoscandia 1954–2004
  104. Holocene environmental history and climate of R�t�sj�en, a low-alpine lake in south-central Norway
  105. Holocene glacier history of Bjørnbreen and climatic reconstruction in central Jotunheimen, Norway, based on proximal glaciofluvial stream-bank mires
  106. Holocene climate variability in the northern North Atlantic region: A review of terrestrial and marine evidence
  107. PALEOECOLOGY: The Rise and Fall of Forests
  108. All age–depth models are wrong: but how badly?
  109. Rapid climatic changes during the Greenland stadial 1 (Younger Dryas) to early Holocene transition on the Norwegian Barents Sea coast
  110. KNUT FÆGRI (1909–2001)
  111. Pattern and process in Norwegian upland grasslands: a functional analysis
  112. Pattern and process in Norwegian upland grasslands: a functional analysis
  113. Chironomids, temperature and numerical models: a reply to Seppälä
  114. The identification of wingless Betula fruits in Weichselian sediments in the Gross Todtshorn borehole (Lower Saxony, Germany) – the occurrence of Betula humilis Schrank.
  115. Tracing lake trophic history with a chironomid-total phosphorus inference model
  116. Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments
  117. Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments
  118. Zoological Indicators in Lake Sediments: An Introduction
  119. Geographical trends in the species-to-family ratio of vascular plants in Fennoscandia
  120. British Plant Communities
  121. Future uses of pollen analysis must include plant macrofossils
  122. The altitudinal gradient of vascular plant richness in Aurland, western Norway
  123. The taxonomic distribution of rare and common species among families in the vascular plant flora of Fennoscandia. BIODIVERSITY RESEARCH
  124. Plant species richness in Fennoscandia: evaluating the relative importance of climate and history
  125. Preface
  126. Introduction
  127. Reconstructing Environmental Impacts of Fire from the Holocene Sedimentary Record
  128. Statistical approaches to interpreting diversity patterns in the Norwegian mountain flora
  129. Contributions of Quaternary palaeoecology to nature conservation
  130. Diatom-based water chemistry reconstructions from northern Sweden: a comparison of reconstruction techniques
  131. Statistical approaches to interpreting diversity patterns in the Norwegian mountain flora
  132. Palaeoecological Studies in the Cairngorms — Summary and Future Research Needs
  133. Assessment of freshwater diatoms as quantitative indicators of past climatic change in the Yukon and Northwest Territories, Canada
  134. Responses of Diatom and Chrysophyte Assemblages in Lake 227 Sediments to Experimental Eutrophication
  135. Recurrent groups of pollen types in time
  136. How to maximize biological diversity in nature reserve selection: Vascular plants and breeding birds in deciduous woodlands, western Norway
  137. The ecology and conservation of the Killarney Fern Trichomanes speciosum willd. In Britain and Ireland
  138. Precision, concepts, controversies: Alan Smith’s contributions to vegetational history and palaeoecology
  139. North-west Highlands
  140. Lothians and Borders
  141. South-west Scotland
  142. Inner Hebrides
  143. The Shetland Islands
  144. Precision, concepts, controversies: Alan Smith’s contributions to vegetational history and palaeoecology
  146. An Assessment of Chironomidae as Quantitative Indicators of Past Climatic Change
  147. The relationship between sedimentary chrysophyte scales (Chrysophyceae and Synurophyceae) and limnological characteristics in 25 Norwegian lakes
  148. Notes on the flora and vegetation of Canna and Sanday
  149. Postglacial history of alder (Alnus glutinosa (L.) Gaertn.) in the British Isles
  150. Multivariate analysis in geology and geochemistry: An introduction
  151. Multivariate analysis of stratigraphic data in geology: A review
  152. Comments on early agriculture in Scandinavia
  153. Recent and possible future mathematical developments in quantitative palaeoecology
  154. Late-Quaternary vegetational history of the Inner Hebrides
  155. Devensian Late-Glacial Vegetational History at Sea Mere, Norfolk
  156. Quaternary Bryophyte Palaeo-ecology
  157. Late Wisconsin vegetational and climatic history at Kylen Lake, northeastern Minnesota
  159. Soil development on recent end moraines of the Klutlan Glacier, Yukon Territory, Canada
  161. Geographic Variation ofPicea Abies(L.) Karsten Pollen in Europe
  163. Late-Wisconsinan Vegetational History at Wolf Creek, Central Minnesota
  165. Studies on the bryophyte flora and vegetation of the Isle of Skye. I. Flora
  166. Studies on the bryophyte flora and vegetation of the Isle of Skye. I. Flora
  169. Grimmia agassizii(Sull. & Lesq.) Jaeg. in Britain
  170. Jungermannia lanceolataL. in Britain
  171. Pollen Analytical Investigations at Holcroft Moss, Lancashire, and Lindow Moss, Cheshire
  172. random
  173. classification
  174. k-means clustering
  175. kurtosis
  176. LOESS regression
  177. multicollinearity
  178. multidimensional scaling
  179. multivariate analysis
  180. multivariate regression trees (MRT)
  181. non-metric multidimensional scaling
  182. non-parametric statistics
  183. normal distribution
  184. numerical analysis
  185. ordination
  186. parametric statistics
  187. principal components analysis (PCA)
  188. principal co-ordinates analysis
  189. probability
  190. probability distribution
  191. R software
  192. rarefaction analysis
  193. redundancy analysis
  194. regression analysis
  195. confidence interval
  196. confidence level
  197. correspondence analysis (CA)
  198. data summarisation
  199. decision-trees
  200. discriminant analysis
  201. eigenvalue
  202. extrapolation
  203. factor analysis
  204. generalised linear models (GLM)
  205. gradient analysis
  206. analysis of covariance (ANCOVA)
  207. analysis of variance (ANOVA)
  208. canonical correlation analysis
  209. canonical correspondence analysis (CCA)
  210. chironomid analysis
  211. classification and regression trees (CART)
  212. climatic reconstruction
  213. cluster analysis
  214. residual
  215. clustering
  216. resolution, in palaeoenvironmental reconstruction
  217. shrinkage methods
  218. significance level
  219. skewness
  220. statistical analysis
  221. statistical-learning methods
  222. two-way indicator species analysis (TWINSPAN)
  223. Holocene Climate Research– Progress, Paradigms, and Problems
  224. Flora and Vegetation of Lochnagar – Past, Present, and Future
  225. Numerical methods for the analysis of diatom assemblage data
  226. Using Biology to Study Long-Term Environmental Change