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Humans take control of fire-driven diversity changes in Mediterranean Iberia�s vegetation during the mid�late Holocene

Connor, Simon; Vanni�re, Boris; Colombaroli, Daniele; Anderson, R. Scott; Carri�n, Jos� S; Ejarque, Ana; Romera, Graciela Gil; Gonz�lez-Samp�riz, Pen�lope; Hoefer, Dana; Morales-Molino, César; Revelles, Jordi; Schneider, Heike; van der Knaap, W. O. (Pim); van Leeuwen, Jacqueline F. N; Woodbridge, Jessie


Fire regime changes are considered a major threat to future biodiversity in the Mediterranean Basin. Such predictions remain uncertain, given that fire regime changes and their ecological impacts occur over timescales that are too long for direct observation. Here we analyse centennial- and millennial-scale shifts in fire regimes and compositional turnover to track the consequences of fire regime shifts on Mediterranean vegetation diversity. We estimated rate-of-change, richness and...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2019
Type: Journal article
Source: The Holocene
DOI: .1177/0959683619826652


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