Data and code from: A stronger role for long-term moisture change than for CO2 in determining tropical woody vegetation change

  • William Gosling (Creator)
  • Charlotte S. Miller (Creator)
  • Timothy M. Shanahan (Creator)
  • Philip B. Holden (Creator)
  • Jonathan T. Overpeck (Creator)
  • Frank van Langevelde (Creator)

Dataset

Description

Data and code related to: Gosling, W.D., Miller, C.S., Shanahan, T.M., Holden, P.B., Overpeck, J.T. & van Langevelde, F. (2022) A stronger role for long-term moisture change than for CO2 in determining tropical woody vegetation change.
Including:
- Chronology for Lake Bosumtwi 5B sediment core raised by the Intercontinental Drilling Program (ICDP) in 2004.
Pollen, charcoal, Spororomiella and nitrogen isotope data from sub-samples extracted from the 5B sediment core.
- Model outputs from the GENIE-1 climate-carbon storage model.
- Interpolated datasets.
- R code used to run structural equation models.
Date made available5 May 2022
PublisherUniversity of Amsterdam
Temporal coverage2004
Geographical coverageLake Bosumtwi, Ghana, Africa

Keywords

  • Quaternary Environments
  • Palynology
  • Palaeoecology
  • Paleoclimatology
  • pollen
  • charcoal
  • Sporomiella
  • Africa
  • Lake Bosumtwi
  • Ghana
  • nitrogen isotopes
  • seasonality
  • temperature
  • moisture
  • fire
  • herbivory
  • tropics
  • carbon
  • vegetation
  • climate change
  • savanna
  • savannah
  • forest
  • woodland
  • grassland
  • Quaternary environments

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