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|Title:||A high-resolution multi-proxy palaeoecological record of the last two glacial cycles from Lake Selina, Tasmania|
|Publisher:||Australasian Quaternary Association Inc.|
|Citation:||Fletcher, M. S., Lise-Pronovost, A., Mariani, M., Hopf, F., Gadd, P., & Hiejnis, H. (2018). A high-resolution multi-proxy palaeoecological record of the last two glacial cycles from Lake Selina, Tasmania. Paper presented at the AQUA Biennial Conference, Canberra, 10-14 December 2018.|
|Abstract:||Here we present the results of a continuous high resolution multi-proxy data set spanning the last two glacial cycles (ca 230,000 years) from Lake Selina, Tasmania. The data set includes pollen, charcoal, geochemistry and magnetic properties. We compare and discuss ecological trends between the Last Interglacial and the Holocene, reflecting on the role of people in radically altering the vegetation landscape. We also present tantalising data suggesting a possible Antarctic Cold Reversal-like shift through the penultimate Glacial Termination (T2).|
|Gov't Doc #:||9633|
|Appears in Collections:||Conference Publications|
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