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Ecological Changes

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Late Quaternary Landscape Change and Large Mammal Habitat Fragmentation in Interior Alaska (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Joshua Reuther. Ben Potter. Charles Holmes. Julie Esdale. Jennifer Kielhofer.

It has been known for sometime that interior Alaskan terrestrial mammalian species diversity and biogeography changed during the Late Glacial and Holocene (16,000 years ago to present). Here we present a synthetic view of how these changes may have been manifested. Herbivores such as bison, camel, caribou, elk, mammoth, moose, horse, and saiga antelope once had widespread biogeographic distribution across Alaska. Several interrelated drivers behind the widespread mammalian shifts in diversity...

Reconsidering the Connections between Ecological Change and Political Change in Colonial California (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lee Panich.

California is geographically separated from the rest of North America by high mountain ranges and extensive deserts, but paradoxically the region's Mediterranean climate may have facilitated the imposition of Euroamerican colonial rule in the late 18th century. In particular, many scholars suggest that ecological changes accelerated political changes in the missionized portion of California's coastal strip. There, the rapid spread of invasive plant and animal species had far-reaching effects on...

Some Factors Leading To an Ecological Change in Florida from A.D. 1512-1821 (1970)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Hale G. Smith.

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