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Alpines, trees, and refugia in Europe

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Refugia were critically important for species survival in both glacial and interglacial stages of the Quaternary. The classical view of glacial stages is that alpine and arctic plants were widespread in the lowlands of central Europe and around the margins of the continental and alpine ice-sheets, whereas trees were restricted to localised refugial areas in southern Europe and the Mediterranean basin. New palaeobotanical evidence in Europe suggests, however, that this classical view is incomp...

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10.1080/17550870802349146

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"University of Bergen, Norway", "University College London, UK"
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Environmental Change Research Centre
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"University of Bergen, Norway", "University of Oxford"
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Social Sciences Division - Environment,Centre for the
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Publisher:
Taylor and Francis Publisher's website
Journal:
Plant Ecology & Diversity Journal website
Volume:
1
Issue:
2
Pages:
147-160
Publication date:
2008-11-01
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1755-1668
ISSN:
1755-0874
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English
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2011-02-25

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