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1. African 6000 Years B.P. Land Surface Conditions, WDC Paleoclimatology [NOAA_NGDC_PALEO_AFRICA6K]
This dataset describes land surface conditions at 6000 years B.P. on a 1 degree x 1 degree grid across northern Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. It includes information on the percentage in each ...


2. BIOME 6000: Reconstructed Biomes from Palaeoecological Data [NOAA_NCDC_PALEO_2001-046]
The Global Palaeovegetation Mapping (BIOME 6000) Project is a community-wide collaboration inaugurated in 1994 under the joint auspices of four of the elements of the International Geosphere-Biosphere ...


3. European Land Surface Conditions 6K Reconstruction [NOAA_NCDC_PALEO_96-022]
These biomes are interpolated from 2014 pollen surface samples, for the Present, and from 343 pollen sites for 6000 yr BP. The coverage is relatively well balanced for the modern data, but the region ...


4. Late Quaternary North American Vegetation Dynamics Data [NOAA_NCDC_PALEO_2003-089]
This paper integrates the mapping of late-Quaternary biomes with palynological evidence for individualistic species responses to environmental change. We document vegetation history in boreal and ...


5. Sevilleta LTER: 1986-1989 [USDA0392]
"Sevilleta LTER: 1986-1989" is a study of Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge; confluence of three arid/semiarid biomes in New Mexico. This dataset includes vegetation dynamics, soil/vegetation relations, ...


6. WWF Ecoregions - Major Habitat Types (Biomes) Legend [geodata_1026]
An ecoregion is defined as a large area of land or water that contains a geographically distinct assemblage of natural communities that (a) share a large majority of their species and ecological ...


7. WWF Ecoregions - Terrestrial Ecoregions Legend [geodata_1814]
An ecoregion is defined as a large area of land or water that contains a geographically distinct assemblage of natural communities that (a) share a large majority of their species and ecological ...


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