Changes in forest cover in China during the Holocene

Pollen map data at 2000-year intervals are used to reconstruct changes in Holocene forest cover in China north of the Yangtze River

Guoyu Ren

2006

Scholarcy highlights

  • Pollen map data at 2000-year intervals are used to reconstruct changes in Holocene forest cover in China north of the Yangtze River
  • Special acknowledgement and sincere thanks are due to Professor H.-J. Beug for his tireless efforts in facilitating the collaborative research on Holocene vegetation history of northern China. This fruitful research was initiated in the spring of 1998 when I first visited the former Institut für Palynologie und Quartärwissenschaften, Göttingen University, as a Humboldt Fellow under the supervision of H.-J
  • Beug were involved in the earlier studies upon which this work is based
  • Shi for their constructive comments on this paper

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