Human-induced fire regime shifts during 19th century industrialization: a robust fire regime reconstruction using northern Polish lake sediments

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Blarquez, Olivier; Schreuder, Laura; Pieńczewska, Anna; Słowiński, Michał; Brauer, Achim; Brykała, Dariusz; Schouten, Stefan; Jażdżewski, Krzysztof; Dietze, Michael; Obremska, Milena; Ott, Florian; Hopmans, Ellen; Dietze, Elisabeth;
(2019)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.31223/OSF.IO/C9Z4Y
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Fire regime shifts are driven by climate and natural vegetation changes, but can be strongly affected by human land management. Yet, it is poorly known how exactly humans have influenced fire regimes prior to active wildfire suppression. Among the last 250 years, the hu... View more
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