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Title
Author
Journal
Year
Image
Wan Q, Huang K, Zhang X, Yue Y, Peng H, Yang X and Zheng Z
Quaternary International
2022
Wan et al. 2022: Fig. 1
White S, Moreno-Chamarro E, Zanchettin D, Huhtamaa H, Degroot D,…
Climate of the Past
2022
Figure7_spatial patterns 1601-1602 anomaly in summer
Githumbi E, Fyfe R, Gaillard M-J, Trondman A-K, Mazier F, Nielsen A-B…
Earth System Science Data
2022
Githumbi 2022
Hill AC, Whitehouse N, Madella M, Morrison KD and Gaillard M-J
Past Global Changes Magazine
2022
Oksman M, Kvorning AB, Luostarinen T, Weckström K, Ribeiro S,…
Past Global Changes Magazine
2022
Githumbi E, Pirzamanbein B, Lindström J, Poska A, Fyfe R, Mazier F,…
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution
2022
Figure 3. Validation datasets of major land-cover types (LCTs: B, broad-leaved forest; C, coniferous forest; O, open land), area of confidence region (CR) and compositional distance (CD) estimates. (A) CR (100 BP–present): area of confidence regions for 100 BP–present time-window (smaller values are better, see Figure 2 for examples of CRs); (B) 100 BP–present: reconstructed proportions of LCTs in Europe for the most recent time window; (C) EFI-FM: observed modern LCT proportions according to the European f
Strandberg G, Lindstrom J, Poska A, Zhang Q, Fyfe R, Githumbi E,…
Quaternary Science Reviews
2022
Fig. 1. Description of the model chain for 6 ka. All RCM simulations read boundary conditions from EC-Earth. A first set of simulations are made with current land cover (0), these climate scenarios are used in LPJ-GUESS to provide the 6 ka potential natural land cover (L1, L2) subsequently used in the RCMs. A Bayesian spatial model is used to reconstruct 6 ka land cover (R) that is also used in the RCMs.
Mariani M, Connor SE, Theuerkauf M, Herbert A, Kuneš P, Bowman D,…
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment
2022
Mariani M, Connor SE, Theuerkauf M, Herbert A, Kuneš P, Bowman D,…
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment
2022
Img 1: Disruption of cultural burning promotes shrub encroachment and unprecedented wildfires