European forest cover since the start of Neolithic agriculture: a critical comparison of pollen-based reconstructions

Abstract : Europe was extensively wooded prior to the arrival of Neolithic agriculture. Forests have since been cleared and fragmented by humans. Here we compare different approaches to transforming fossil pollen data into quantitative past forest cover estimates on a continental scale.
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Jessie Woodbridge, R.M. Fyfe, C.N. Roberts, A.-K. Trondman, Florence Mazier, et al.. European forest cover since the start of Neolithic agriculture: a critical comparison of pollen-based reconstructions. Past Global Changes Magazine, Past Global Changes (PAGES) project, 2018, 26 (1), pp.10-11. ⟨10.22498/pages.26.1.10⟩. ⟨hal-02096518⟩

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