Abrupt Alnus population decline at the end of the first millennium CE in Europe - The event ecology, possible causes and implications

Malgorzata Latalowa, Joanna Swieta-Musznicka, Michal Slowinski, Anna Pedziszewska, Agnieszka M. Noryskiewicz, Marcelina Zimny, Milena Obremska, Florian Ott, Normunds Stivrins, Leena Pasanen, Liisa Ilvonen, Lasse Holmstrom, Heikki Seppa

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Original languageEnglish
JournalHolocene
Volume29
Issue number8
Pages (from-to)1335-1349
Number of pages15
ISSN0959-6836
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2019
MoE publication typeA1 Journal article-refereed

Fields of Science

  • Alnus long-term population dynamics
  • climate change
  • ecological disturbance
  • palaeoecology
  • pathogen outbreak
  • Phytophthora
  • ANNUALLY LAMINATED SEDIMENTS
  • ELM-BARK BEETLE
  • LATE HOLOCENE
  • FOREST PATHOGENS
  • CLIMATE-CHANGE
  • KRETZSCHMARIA-DEUSTA
  • HEMLOCK DECLINE
  • PEAT DEPOSITS
  • SOURCE AREA
  • RAISED BOG
  • 1171 Geosciences

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Latalowa, M., Swieta-Musznicka, J., Slowinski, M., Pedziszewska, A., Noryskiewicz, A. M., Zimny, M., Obremska, M., Ott, F., Stivrins, N., Pasanen, L., Ilvonen, L., Holmstrom, L., & Seppa, H. (2019). Abrupt Alnus population decline at the end of the first millennium CE in Europe - The event ecology, possible causes and implications. Holocene, 29(8), 1335-1349. https://doi.org/10.1177/0959683619846978