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Posters BG2.19/SSS3.7

BG2.19/SSS3.7

Land use and land cover change over Holocene timescales (co-organized)
Convener: Jessie Woodbridge 
Co-Conveners: Simon Brewer , Ralph Fyfe 
Session details
Orals
 / Thu, 21 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Room M1
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 21 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Foyer N
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Attendance Time: Thursday, 21 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Foyer N
Chairperson: Ralph Fyfe
N.12
EGU2016-1994
European Holocene landscape change: a comparison of pollen-based approaches to reconstructing land use shifts and forest decline
Jessie Woodbridge, Neil Roberts, Ralph Fyfe, Marie-José Gaillard, Anna-Kari Trondman, Basil Davis, and Jed Kaplan

N.13
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Reconstructing a century of agricultural land use and drivers of change from social and environmental records
Heather Sangster, Hugh Smith, Mark Riley, Haykel Sellami, Richard Chiverrell, and John Boyle

N.14
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Modelling past land use using archaeological and pollen data
Behnaz Pirzamanbein, johan Lindström, Anneli Poska, and Marie-José Gaillard-Lemdahl

N.15
EGU2016-4898
Tracking the history of metal smelting in Southeastern Europe throughout the Holocene
Daniel Veres, Catherine Chauvel, Jack Longman, Zachary Atlas, Aritina Haliuc, Vasile Ersek, Călin Gabriel Tămaș, Florin Gogaltan, Enikő Magyari, and Frank Schäbitz

N.16
EGU2016-5057
Attempt at quantifying human-induced land-cover change during the Holocene in central eastern China
Furong Li, Marie-José Gaillard, Florence Mazier, Shinya Sugita, Qinghai Xu, Yuecong Li, and Zhongze Zhou

N.17
EGU2016-8326 | presentation | presentation
Using the Landscape Reconstruction Algorithm (LRA) to estimate Holocene regional and local vegetation composition in the Boreal Forests of Alaska
Emma-Jayne Hopla, Mary Edwards, and Pete Langdon

N.18
EGU2016-9933
DISQOVER the Landcover – R based tools for quantitative vegetation reconstruction
Martin Theuerkauf, John Couwenberg, Anna Kuparinen, and Volkmar Liebscher

N.19 EGU2016-11032
Pollen relevant source area and pollen productivity estimates and its potential use in Bashang steppe, northern China (withdrawn)
Yuecong Li, Yawen Ge, Bing Li, and Yun Zhang

N.20
EGU2016-11037
Using modern analogues to reconstruct past landcover
Simon Brewer

N.21
EGU2016-11049
Fire regimes and vegetation change in tropical northern Australia during the late-Holocene
Lydia Mackenzie, Patrick Moss, Sean Ulm, Craig Sloss, Henk Heijnis, and Geraldine Jacobsen

N.22
EGU2016-12484
The complete picture: combining palynological, cultural and landscape data to reconstruct palaeovegetation patterns.
Marjolein T.I.J. Gouw-Bouman, Hanneke A.A. Bos, Harm Jan Pierik, Roy van Beek, and Wim Z. Hoek

N.23
EGU2016-13572
Reconstructing landcover from palaeoecological records: the problem of the inconstant constant
M. Jane Bunting and Michelle Farrell

N.24
EGU2016-16435
The relative roles of climate and land use in the degradation of a terrestrial ecosystem: a case study from Kjarardalur, West Iceland
Egill Erlendsson and Guðrún Gísladóttir

N.25 EGU2016-16847
Impact of land use and land cover changes on atmospheric environment in Hangzhou, China (withdrawn)
Sheng Zheng

N.26
EGU2016-17999
Late Quaternary pollen data collection and application in land-cover reconstruction for East Asia and Siberia
Xianyong Cao, Fang Tian, Jian Ni, and Ulrike Herzschuh

N.27
EGU2016-7649
Reconstructing and quantifying human impact in contrasting environments: a palynological and statistical approach
Nils Broothaerts and Gert Verstraeten

N.28
EGU2016-413
Effects of land-use and climate on Holocene vegetation composition in northern Europe
Laurent Marquer, Marie-José Gaillard, Shinya Sugita, Anneli Poska, Anna-Kari Trondman, Florence Mazier, Anne Birgitte Nielsen, Ralph Fyfe, and Anna Maria Jönsson