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Vegetation of Eurasia from the last glacial maximum to the present: the pollen data

Vegetation of Eurasia from the last glacial maximum to the present: the pollen data
Vegetation of Eurasia from the last glacial maximum to the present: the pollen data
This dataset details the pollen data used in the production of the biome vegetation maps shown in the published paper. The results of the biomization results of the pollen data is included.
Eurasia, Pollen, Biomes, Vegetation, Late Quaternary
University of Southampton
Binney, Heather
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Binney, Heather
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Binney, Heather (2017) Vegetation of Eurasia from the last glacial maximum to the present: the pollen data. University of Southampton doi:10.5285/6aeba247-52d1-4e84-949f-603742af40c1 [Dataset]

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This dataset details the pollen data used in the production of the biome vegetation maps shown in the published paper. The results of the biomization results of the pollen data is included.

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Published date: 2017
Keywords: Eurasia, Pollen, Biomes, Vegetation, Late Quaternary
Organisations: Geography & Environment

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Local EPrints ID: 403426
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/403426
PURE UUID: 5b041c55-c581-4062-a2d6-1e2dcae7b676

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Date deposited: 18 Mar 2017 03:03
Last modified: 16 Jan 2019 05:01

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Creator: Heather Binney

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