Quantitative reconstructions of changes in regional openness in north-central Europe reveal new insights into old questions

Anne Birgitte Nielsen , Thomas Giesecke , Martin Theuerkauf , Ingo Feeser , Karl-Ernst Behre , Hans-Jürgen Beug , Su-Hwa Chen , Jörg Christiansen , Walter Dörfler , Elisabeth Endtmann , Susanne Jahns , Pim de Klerk , Norbert Kühl , Małgorzata Latałowa , Bent Vad Odgaard , Peter Rasmussen , Jette Raal Stockholm , Ricarda Voigt , Julian Wiethold , Steffen Wolters

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Author Anne Birgitte Nielsen
Anne Birgitte Nielsen,,
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, Thomas Giesecke
Thomas Giesecke,,
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, Martin Theuerkauf
Martin Theuerkauf,,
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, Ingo Feeser
Ingo Feeser,,
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, Karl-Ernst Behre
Karl-Ernst Behre,,
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, Hans-Jürgen Beug
Hans-Jürgen Beug,,
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, Su-Hwa Chen
Su-Hwa Chen,,
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, Jörg Christiansen
Jörg Christiansen,,
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, Walter Dörfler
Walter Dörfler,,
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, Elisabeth Endtmann
Elisabeth Endtmann,,
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Journal seriesQuaternary Science Reviews, ISSN 0277-3791, (A 45 pkt)
Issue year2012
Vol47
Pages131-149
Keywords in EnglishREVEALS, Holocene, landscape openness, pollen analysis, Denmark, Northern Germany
DOIDOI:10.1016/j.quascirev.2012.05.011
URL http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2012.05.011
Languageen angielski
Score (nominal)45
Publication indicators WoS Impact Factor: 2012 = 4.076 (2) - 2012=5.04 (5)
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