Browsing Daearyddiaeth ac Astudiaethau Daear / Geography & Earth Sciences by Author "Gil-Romera, Graciela"

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  • Fyfe, Ralph M.; de Beaulieu, Jacques-Louis; Binney, Heather; Bradshaw, Richard H. W.; Brewer, Simon; Le Flao, Anne; Finsinger, Walter; Gaillard, Marie-Jose; Giesecke, Thomas; Gil-Romera, Graciela; Grimm, Eric C.; Huntley, Brian; Kunis, Petr; Kühl, Norbert; Leydet, Michelle; Lotter, André F.; Tarasov, Pavel E.; Tonkov, Spassimir (2011-09-01)
    Pollen stratigraphies are the most spatially extensive data available for the reconstruction of past land-cover change. Detailed knowledge of past land-cover is becoming increasingly important to evaluate the present trends ...
  • Carrión, José S.; Gil-Romera, Graciela; Fernández, Santiago; Fauquette, S.; Jiménez-Moreno, G.; González-Sampériz, P.; Finlayson, C. (2010-07)
    The complex relationships within modern landscapes cannot be understood without the benefit of retrospective studies. We review palaeoenvironmental data for southeastern Spain, a landscape vulnerable to desertification and ...
  • Finlayson, C.; Gil-Romera, Graciela; McClure, S.; Carrión, José S.; Schmich, S. (2009)
    In this paper we illustrate how different internal and external forcings conditioned postglacial vegetation in southern Mediterranean areas. By comparing seven Holocene sequences, we emphasize the role of glacial refugia ...
  • Gil-Romera, Graciela; Lamb, Henry F.; Turton, David; Sevilla-Callejo, Miguel; Umer, Mohammed (2010-10)
    Bush encroachment is a significant phenomenon in savanna environments as it affects wildlife and local livelihoods by preventing new pasture generation. In this article we present a 2000-year record of vegetation change ...

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