Loughlin, N.J.D. (2017) Changing human impact on the montane forests of the eastern Andean flank, Ecuador. PhD Thesis. School of Environment, Earth and Ecosystem Sciences, The Open University. Abstract: The montane cloud forests of South America are some of the most biodiverse habitats in…
Category: Nick Loughlin, PhD thesisTags: AD 1492, Amazon, American genocide, Andes, charcoal, cloud forest, Colonisation, Earth, eastern Andean flank, Ecaudor, Ecosystems, Environment, genocide, glacial, Huila, Inca, indiginous, Inka, interglacial, Lake Huila, macrofossils, media, montane forest, Neotropics, non pollen palynomorphs, NPPs, palaeoecology, paleoecology, PhD, pollen, pre-Columbian, sediment, shifted ecological baselines, The Open University, Thesis
Mark Bush and I are proud to announce that a tribute to Prof. Daniel Livingston and Prof. Paul Colinvaux has recently been published in Quaternary Research. Dan and Paul were both pioneers of tropical pal(a)eoecology and both died in the spring of 2016 ….
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