Willy Tinner
Willy Tinner
Professor of Palaeoecology, University of Bern
Verified email at ips.unibe.ch
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Changes in fire regimes since the Last Glacial Maximum: an assessment based on a global synthesis and analysis of charcoal data
MJ Power, J Marlon, N Ortiz, PJ Bartlein, SP Harrison, FE Mayle, ...
Climate dynamics 30 (7-8), 887-907, 2008
Long‐term forest fire ecology and dynamics in southern Switzerland
W Tinner, P Hubschmid, M Wehrli, B Ammann, M Conedera
Journal of Ecology 87 (2), 273-289, 1999
Central European vegetation response to abrupt climate change at 8.2 ka
W Tinner, AF Lotter
Geology 29 (6), 551-554, 2001
Synchronous Holocene climatic oscillations recorded on the Swiss Plateau and at timberline in the Alps
JN Haas, I Richoz, W Tinner, L Wick
The holocene 8 (3), 301-309, 1998
Reconstructing past fire regimes: methods, applications, and relevance to fire management and conservation
M Conedera, W Tinner, C Neff, M Meurer, AF Dickens, P Krebs
Quaternary Science Reviews 28 (5-6), 555-576, 2009
Wildfire responses to abrupt climate change in North America
JR Marlon, PJ Bartlein, MK Walsh, SP Harrison, KJ Brown, ME Edwards, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (8), 2519-2524, 2009
The cultivation of Castanea sativa (Mill.) in Europe, from its origin to its diffusion on a continental scale
M Conedera, P Krebs, W Tinner, M Pradella, D Torriani
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 13 (3), 161-179, 2004
Pollen and charcoal in lake sediments compared with historically documented forest fires in southern Switzerland since AD 1920
W Tinner, M Conedera, B Ammann, HW Gaggeler, S Gedye, R Jones, ...
The Holocene 8 (1), 31-42, 1998
Global biomass burning: a synthesis and review of Holocene paleofire records and their controls
JR Marlon, PJ Bartlein, AL Daniau, SP Harrison, SY Maezumi, MJ Power, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 65, 5-25, 2013
Size parameters, size-class distribution and area-number relationship of microscopic charcoal: relevance for fire reconstruction
W Tinner, FS Hu
The Holocene 13 (4), 499-505, 2003
Holocene biomass burning and global dynamics of the carbon cycle
C Carcaillet, H Almquist, H Asnong, RHW Bradshaw, JS Carrion, ...
Chemosphere 49 (8), 845-863, 2002
Holocene expansions of Fagus silvatica and Abies alba in Central Europe: where are we after eight decades of debate?
W Tinner, AF Lotter
Quaternary Science Reviews 25 (5-6), 526-549, 2006
Fire ecology north and south of the Alps since the last ice age
W Tinner, M Conedera, B Ammann, AF Lotter
The Holocene 15 (8), 1214-1226, 2005
Climatic change and contemporaneous land-use phases north and south of the Alps 2300 BC to 800 AD
W Tinner, AF Lotter, B Ammann, M Conedera, P Hubschmid, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 22 (14), 1447-1460, 2003
Vegetation changes and umbertine fluctuations in the Central Alps as indicators of Holocene climatic oscillations
L Wick, W Tinner
Arctic and Alpine Research 29 (4), 445-458, 1997
Climate versus human-driven fire regimes in Mediterranean landscapes: the Holocene record of Lago dell’Accesa (Tuscany, Italy)
B Vanničre, D Colombaroli, E Chapron, A Leroux, W Tinner, M Magny
Quaternary Science Reviews 27 (11-12), 1181-1196, 2008
Minimum count sums for charcoal concentration estimates in pollen slides: accuracy and potential errors
W Finsinger, W Tinner
The Holocene 15 (2), 293-297, 2005
Uppermost limit, extent, and fluctuations of the timberline and treeline ecocline in the Swiss Central Alps during the past 11,500 years
W Tinner, JP Theurillat
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 35 (2), 158-169, 2003
Circum-Mediterranean fire activity and climate changes during the mid-Holocene environmental transition (8500-2500 cal. BP)
B Vanničre, MJ Power, N Roberts, W Tinner, J Carrión, M Magny, ...
The Holocene 21 (1), 53-73, 2011
Quaternary refugia of the sweet chestnut (Castanea sativa Mill.): an extended palynological approach
P Krebs, M Conedera, M Pradella, D Torriani, M Felber, W Tinner
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 13 (3), 145-160, 2004
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