Willy Tinner focuses on Ecology, Holocene, Vegetation, Physical geography and Macrofossil. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Climatology, Ice core, Climate change, Paleoclimatology and Mediterranean climate. In his work, Quercus suber and Aridification is strongly intertwined with Evergreen, which is a subfield of Vegetation.
His research in Physical geography intersects with topics in Younger Dryas, Biomass, Climate model and Fire regime.
The various areas that Willy Tinner examines in his Macrofossil study include Radiocarbon dating, Pinus
His main research concerns Ecology, Vegetation, Holocene, Climate change and Physical geography. His study in Macrofossil, Pollen, Abies alba, Fire ecology and Biodiversity is done as part of Ecology. His Vegetation research includes themes of Palynology, Ecosystem, Disturbance and Paleoecology.
His work carried out in the field of Holocene brings together such families of science as Mediterranean climate, Climatology and Paleoclimatology. His work in Mediterranean climate covers topics such as Evergreen which are related to areas like Deciduous. His studies in Physical geography integrate themes in fields like Deglaciation, Sediment and Tree line.
His primary areas of investigation include Physical geography, Climate change, Vegetation, Holocene and Ecology. His Physical geography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Period, Tundra, Macrofossil, Sediment and Plateau. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Macrofossil, Wood pasture and Pinus cembra is strongly linked to Range.
His Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Prehistory, Temperate deciduous forest, Woodland and Land use. His Vegetation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Forestry, Boreal, Deforestation and Deciduous. The study incorporates disciplines such as Varve, Bronze Age, Biomass burning and Human settlement in addition to Holocene.
Willy Tinner mainly focuses on Ecology, Macrofossil, Vegetation, Climate change and Physical geography. Willy Tinner has included themes like Period, Varve, Sediment, Wiggle matching and Terrestrial plant in his Macrofossil study. His studies deal with areas such as Deforestation, Deciduous and Disturbance as well as Vegetation.
His Deciduous research incorporates elements of Arable land, Holocene, Quercus pubescens, Grassland and Erosion. His work deals with themes such as Species distribution, Abies alba and Cave, which intersect with Climate change. Willy Tinner interconnects Radiocarbon dating, Tundra, Dryas octopetala, Ecotone and Tree line in the investigation of issues within Physical geography.
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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
Mitch J. Power;J. Marlon;N. Ortiz;P. J. Bartlein.
Climate Dynamics (2008)
Long-term forest fire ecology and dynamics in southern Switzerland
Willy Tinner;Priska Hubschmid;Michael Wehrli;Brigitta Ammann.
Journal of Ecology (1999)
Central European vegetation response to abrupt climate change at 8.2 ka
Willy Tinner;André F. Lotter.
Reconstructing past fire regimes: methods, applications, and relevance to fire management and conservation
Marco Conedera;Willy Tinner;Christophe Neff;Manfred Meurer.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2009)
Synchronous Holocene climatic oscillations recorded on the Swiss Plateau and at timberline in the Alps
Jean Nicolas Haas;Isabelle Richoz;Willy Tinner;Lucia Wick.
The Holocene (1998)
Wildfire responses to abrupt climate change in North America
Jennifer R. Marlon;Patrick J. Bartlein;M. K. Walsh;Sandy P. Harrison.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2009)
The cultivation of Castanea sativa (Mill.) in Europe, from its origin to its diffusion on a continental scale
M. Conedera;P. Krebs;Willy Tinner;M. Pradella.
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany (2004)
Pollen and charcoal in lake sediments compared with historically documented forest fires in southern Switzerland since AD 1920
Willy Tinner;Marco Conedera;Brigitta Ammann;Heinz W. Gaggeler.
The Holocene (1998)
Predictability of biomass burning in response to climate changes
A.L. Daniau;P.J. Bartlein;S.P. Harrison;S.P. Harrison;I.C. Prentice;I.C. Prentice;I.C. Prentice.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2012)
Global biomass burning: a synthesis and review of Holocene paleofire records and their controls
Jennifer R. Marlon;Patrick J. Bartlein;Anne Laure Daniau;Sandy P. Harrison.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2013)
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