Late quaternary vegetation dynamics and human impact on Alexander Selkirk Island, Chile
Aim: To reconstruct the history of vegetation and environments using pollen, charcoal and sediment analysis, and to identify the timing and nature of climate change and human impact on the vegetation of a remote Pacific island. Location: Cerro de Los Inocentes, 1000 m above sea level, Alexander Selkirk Island (33°45′S, 80°45′W), Chile. The westernmost island of the Juan Fernandez Archipelago, south-east Pacific Ocean. Methods: A 150-cm long sediment core comprising 87 cm dark brown peat...[Show more]
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