Do Diatom, Chironomid, and Pollen Records Consistently Infer Holocene July Air Temperature? A Comparison Using Sediment Cores from Four Alpine Lakes in Northern Sweden

  • Rosén P
  • Segerström U
  • Eriksson L
  • et al.
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Rosén, P., Segerström, U., Eriksson, L., & Renberg, I. (2006). Do Diatom, Chironomid, and Pollen Records Consistently Infer Holocene July Air Temperature? A Comparison Using Sediment Cores from Four Alpine Lakes in Northern Sweden. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 35(3), 279–290. https://doi.org/10.1657/1523-0430(2003)035[0279:ddcapr]2.0.co;2

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