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Response to Comment by Brovkin and Claussen on “Climate-Driven Ecosystem Succession in the Sahara: The Past 6000 Years”

Abstract

The Lake Yoa record and archaeological data provide adequate evidence that mid-Holocene
aridification did not occur abruptly across all of North Africa. Modeling results on the
issue of abrupt versus gradual desiccation of the Sahara are sufficiently diverse that paleoecological
data from a continuous natural archive can usefully guide the evaluation of model parameters
responsible for this diversity.

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Bibliography

Kröpelin S., Verschuren D., Lézine A.-M. (2008): Response to Comment by Brovkin and Claussen on “Climate-Driven Ecosystem Succession in the Sahara: The Past 6000 Years”. In: Science 322: 1326

Authors Kröpelin S., Verschuren D., Lézine A.-M.
Type article
Title Response to Comment by Brovkin and Claussen on “Climate-Driven Ecosystem Succession in the Sahara: The Past 6000 Years”
Citation Kröpelin S., Verschuren D., Lézine A.-M. (2008): Response to Comment by Brovkin and Claussen on “Climate-Driven Ecosystem Succession in the Sahara: The Past 6000 Years”. In: Science 322: 1326
DOI 10.1126/science.1163483
Journal Science
Year 2008
Volume 322
Number 5906
Pages 1326
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