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1. BIOME 6000 (v4.2): Vegetation Maps for the Mid-Holocene and Last Glacial Maximum [BIOME6000]
The Palaeovegetation Mapping Project (generally known as BIOME 6000: Prentice and Webb, 1998) was inaugurated in 1994 with the aim of providing global maps describing the vegetation patterns at 6000±500 ...


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. Mapping Eastern North America Vegetation Change Over the Past 18,000 Years [NOAA_NCDC_PALEO_94-007]
These maps are based on 11,700 fossil pollen samples and 1744 modern pollen samples. Twenty-one pollen taxa were included in analyses: Alnus, Fraxinum, Populus, Tilia, Fagus, Betula, Ulmus, Abies, ...


5. Mega-Biome Maps for the Mid-Holocene and Last Glacial Maximum [BIOME6000_MEGABIOME]
Most dynamic vegetation models (DGVMs) simulate far fewer PFTs, and hence discriminate far fewer biomes, than the palaeodata allow. In order to facilitate direct comparison with model output, we have ...


6. North American Plant Macrofossil Database at WDC/Paleoclimatology [NOAA_NGDC_PALEO_NAPMD]
In order to support these and other paleoenvironmental applications of plant macrofossil data, a cooperative North American Plant Macrofossil Database is being organized and compiled under sponsorship ...


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