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2011

Montoya, Encarni; Rull, Valentí; Stansell, Nathan D.; Abbott, Mark B.; Nogué, Sandra; Bird, Broxton W. and Díaz, Wilmer A. (2011). Forest–savanna–morichal dynamics in relation to fire and human occupation in the southern Gran Sabana (SE Venezuela) during the last millennia. Quaternary Research, 76(3) pp. 335–344.

Williams, Joseph J.; Gosling, William D.; Coe, Angela L.; Brooks, Stephen J. and Gulliver, Pauline (2011). Four thousand years of environmental change and human activity in the Cochabamba Basin, Bolivia. Quaternary Research, 76(1) pp. 58–68.

2010

Leroy, Susanne A.; Marco, Shmuel; Bookman, Revital and Miller, Charlotte S. (2010). Impact of earthquakes on agriculture during the Roman–Byzantine period from pollen records of the Dead Sea laminated sediment. Quaternary Research, 73(2) pp. 191–200.

2005

Gosling, William D.; Mayle, Francis E.; Tate, Nicholas J. and Killeen, Timothy J. (2005). Modern pollen-rain characteristics of tall terra firme moist evergreen forest, southern Amazonia. Quaternary Research, 64(3) pp. 284–297.

Gosling, William D.; Mayle, Francis E.; Tate, Nicholas J. and Killeen, Timothy J. (2005). Modern pollen-rain characteristics of tall terra firme moist evergreen forest, southern Amazonia. Quaternary Research, 64(3) pp. 284–297.

2003

Vaks, Anton; Bar-Matthews, Miryam; Ayalon, Avner; Schilman, Bettina; Gilmour, Mabs; Hawkesworth, Chris J.; Frumkin, Amos; Kaufman, Aaron and Matthews, Alan (2003). Paleoclimate reconstruction based on the timing of speleothem growth and oxygen and carbon isotope composition in a cave located in the rain shadow in Israel. Quaternary Research, 59(2) pp. 182–193.

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