Tropical limestone forest resilience during MIS-2: implications for Pleistocene foraging and 21st century conservation.

Ryan Rabett*, Natalie Ludgate, Christopher Stimpson, Evan Hill, Christopher Hunt, J Ceron , L Farr, Morley M, T Reynolds, H Zukswert , D Simpson, B Nyiri, M Verhoeven , J Appleby, John Meneely, L Phan, N-N Dong, L Lloyd-Smith, J Hawkes, A Blyth Nguyêń Cao Tâń

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)62
Number of pages68
JournalQuaternary International
Volume448
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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Rabett, R., Ludgate, N., Stimpson, C., Hill, E., Hunt, C., Ceron , J., Farr, L., M, M., Reynolds, T., Zukswert , H., Simpson, D., Nyiri, B., Verhoeven , M., Appleby, J., Meneely, J., Phan, L., Dong, N-N., Lloyd-Smith, L., Hawkes, J., ... Tâń, N. C. (2017). Tropical limestone forest resilience during MIS-2: implications for Pleistocene foraging and 21st century conservation. Quaternary International, 448, 62.