Return to full reference list

Quarternary Plant Dynamics

Adam, D.P. 1973. Early Pleistocene pollen spectra near Lake Tahoe, California. Journal of Research of the

                        United States Geological Survey 1: 691-693.

*Adam, D.P. 1988. Palynology of two upper Quaternary cores from Clear Lake, Lake County, California.  

                        USGS Professional Paper 1363.

                        On shelf at UCB Earth Sciences Library, call # QE75 Pb

Adam, D.P., J.P. Bradbury, H.J. Rieck, and A.M. Sarna-Wojcicki. 1990. Environmental changes in the Tule

                        Lake Basin, Siskiyou and Modoc Counties, California, from 3 to 2 million years before present.

                        USGS Bulletin 1933, pgs 1-13.

Anderson, R.S. and S.J. Smith. 1994. Paleoclimatic interpretations of meadow sediment and pollen

                        stratigraphies from California. Geology 22: 723-726.

                        On shelf at UCB Earth Sciences Library, call # QE1.G6515

Anderson, R.S. and S.J. Smith. 1997. The sedimentary record of fire in montane meadows, Sierra

                        Nevada, California, USA: A preliminary assessment. In Sediment records of biomass burning and

                        global change J.S. Clark, H. Cachier, J.G. Goldammer, and B. Stocks (eds) 313-327.   Springer

                        Verlag, Berlin.

Anderson, R.S., S.J. Smith, and P. A. Koehler. 1997. Distribution of sites and readiocarbon dates in the

                        Sierra Nevada: Implications for paleoecological prospecting. Radiocarbon 39: 121-137.

Byrne, R., S. Mensing, E. Edlund. 1988. Pollen diagrams of Lake Moran, SN.

Cole, K. 1983. Late Pleistocene vegetation of Kings Canyon, Sierra Nevada, California.   Quaternary

                        Research 19: 117-129.

Davis, O.K. 1999a. Pollen analysis of a Late-Glacial and Holocene sediment core from Mono Lake, Mono

                        County, California. Quaternary Research 52: 243-249.



Davis, O.K.. 1999b. Pollen analysis of Tulare Lake, California: Great Basin-like vegetation in Central

                        California during the full-glacial and early Holocene.   Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol. 107: 249-257.



Heusser, L. 1995. Pollen stratigraphy and paleoecologic interpretation of the 160 k.y. record from Santa

                        Barbara Basin, Hole 893A. In Proceed. Of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results. J.P.

Jackson, S.T. and M.E. Lyford. 1999. Pollen dispersal models in Quaternary plant ecology: Assumptions,

                        parameters, and prescriptions.   Botanical Review   65: 39-75.

Jackson, S.T. and J.T. Overpeck. 2000. Responses of plant populations and communities to

                        environmental changes of the late Quaternary. Paleobiology 26(4 Supplement): 194-220.


Koehler, P.A. and R.S. Anderson. 1995. Full-glacial shoreline vegetation during the maximum high stand

                        at Owens Lake, California. Great Basin Naturalist 54(2): 142-149.

Litwin, R.J., D.P. Adam, N.O. Frederiksen, and W.B. Woolfenden. 1997. An 800,000-year pollen record from

                        Owens Lake, California: Prelinary analyses. Pgs 127-142 in Smith, G.I. and J.L. Bischoff (eds). 1997.

                        An 800,000 year paleoclimatic record from Core OL-92. USGS Special Paper 317. 165 pgs

Millar, C.I. 1993. Impact of the Eocene on the evolution of Pinus L. Ann. Missouri Bot Gard. 80: 471-498.



*Millar, C.I. 1996.   Tertiary vegetation history. Pgs 71-122 in Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project: Final Report

                        to Congress. Vol 11: Assessments and Scientific Basis for Management Options. Wildland Resources

                        Center Report 37.

Millar, C.I. 1998. Reconsidering the conservation of Monterey pine. Fremontia 26(3): 12-16.

Millar, C.I. 1999. Evolution and biogeography of Pinus radiata , with a proposed revision of its Quaternary

                       history.   NZ Journal Forest. Sci. 29(3): 335-365.

Millar, C.I. 2003.   Climate Change and Forest Response.   Science Perspectives Issue 1. USDA Forest

                        Service, PSW Research Station, Pgs 1-6

Millar, C.I. and W.J. Libby. 1989. Disneyland or native ecosystem:   The genetic purity question.

                        Restoration Management 7(1): 18-23

Millar, C.I. and W.B. Woolfenden. 1999a. Sierra Nevada forests: Where did they come from? Where are

                       they going? What does it mean?   In Natural Resource Management: Perceptions and Realities , R.E.

                       McCabe and S.E. Loos (eds.) 206-236. Trans. 64 th North American Wildlife and Natural Resource

                       Conference. Wildlife Management Institute. Washington,.D.C.

Nowak, C.L., R.S. Nowak, R.J. Tausch, and P.E. Wigand.   1994. Tree and shrub dynamics in

                        northwestern Great Basin woodland and shrub steppe during the Late-Pleistocene and Holocene.

                        American Journal of Botany 81: 265-277.



Stine, S., 1996: Climate, 1650-1850. Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project: Final Report to Congress,

                       Volume II Assessments and Scientific Basis for Management Options. University of

                       California, Wildland Resource Center Report 37, pgs. 25-30.

Swetnam, T. 1993. Fire history and climate change in giant sequoia groves. Science 262: 885-889



Swetnam, T.W. and J.L. Betancourt. 1998. Mesoscale disturbance and ecological response to decadal

                       climatic variability in the American Southwest. Journal of Climate 11: 3128-3147.



Tausch, R, S. Mensing, and C. Nowak. 2004.   Climate change and associated vegetation dynamics

                        during the Holocene - The paleoecological record. Pgs 24-48 in Great Basin Riparian Ecosystems:

                        Ecology, Management and Restoration, Jeanne C. Chambers and Jerry R. Miller (eds.) Island


Thompson, R.S. 1988. Western North America.   In Vegetation History ,    B. Huntley and T. Webb III (eds.)

                        415-459. Kluwer Academic Press

                        On shelf at UCB Bioscience Library

Thompson, R.S. 1990. Late Quaternary vegetation and climate in the Great Basin.   In Packrat

                       Middens. The Last 40,000 Years of Biotic Change, Betancourt, J.L., T. vanDevender, and P.S.

                       Martin 201-239. University of Arizona Press. 467 pages.

Webb, T. 1986. Is vegetation in equilibrium with climate?   How to interpret Late-Quaternary pollen data.

                       Vegetatio 67: 75-91.

Westfall, R. D. and Millar, C. I. 2004. Genetic consequences of forest population dynamics

                       influenced by historic climatic variability in the Western USA. Forest Ecology and Management .



Williams, J.W., B.N. Shuman, and T.Webb III. 2001. Dissimilarity analyses of late-Quaternary vegetation

                       and climate in eastern North America. Ecology 82:3346-3362



Wolfe, J.A., H.E. Schorn, C.E. Forest, and P.Molnar. 1997. Paleobotanical evidence for high altitudes in

                        Nevada during the Miocene. Science 276: 1672-1675.



Woolfenden, W.B. 1996. Quaternary vegetation history.   Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project: Final Report

                        to Congress , Vol. II. University of California, Ctr for Water Wldland Res. Pgs. 47-70.


Return to full reference list