|Pollen productivity estimates of key European plant taxa for quantitative reconstruction of past vegetation: a review|
A Broström, AB Nielsen, MJ Gaillard, K Hjelle, F Mazier, H Binney, ...
Vegetation history and archaeobotany 17 (5), 461-478, 2008
|Holocene land-cover reconstructions for studies on land cover-climate feedbacks|
MJ Gaillard, S Sugita, F Mazier, AK Trondman, A Brostrom, T Hickler, ...
Climate of the Past 6, 483-499, 2009
|The use of modelling and simulation approach in reconstructing past landscapes from fossil pollen data: a review and results from the POLLANDCAL network|
MJ Gaillard, S Sugita, MJ Bunting, R Middleton, A Brostrom, C Caseldine, ...
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 17, 419-443, 2008
|The impact of the Neolithic agricultural transition in Britain: a comparison of pollen-based land-cover and archaeological 14C date-inferred population change|
J Woodbridge, RM Fyfe, N Roberts, S Downey, K Edinborough, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 51, 216-224, 2014
|Pollen‐based quantitative reconstructions of Holocene regional vegetation cover (plant‐functional types and land‐cover types) in Europe suitable for climate modelling|
AK Trondman, MJ Gaillard, F Mazier, S Sugita, R Fyfe, AB Nielsen, ...
Global change biology 21 (2), 676-697, 2015
|The European Pollen Database: past efforts and current activities|
RM Fyfe, JL de Beaulieu, H Binney, RHW Bradshaw, S Brewer, A Le Flao, ...
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 18 (5), 417-424, 2009
|Holocene changes in vegetation composition in northern Europe: why quantitative pollen-based vegetation reconstructions matter|
L Marquer, MJ Gaillard, S Sugita, AK Trondman, F Mazier, AB Nielsen, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 90, 199-216, 2014
|Towards mapping the late Quaternary vegetation change of Europe|
T Giesecke, B Davis, S Brewer, W Finsinger, S Wolters, M Blaauw, ...
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 23 (1), 75-86, 2014
|GIS and the application of a model of pollen deposition and dispersal: a new approach to testing landscape hypotheses using the POLLANDCAL models|
Journal of Archaeological Science 33 (4), 483-493, 2006
|The Holocene vegetation cover of Britain and Ireland: overcoming problems of scale and discerning patterns of openness|
RM Fyfe, C Twiddle, S Sugita, MJ Gaillard, P Barratt, CJ Caseldine, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 73, 132-148, 2013
|The European modern pollen database (EMPD) project|
BAS Davis, M Zanon, P Collins, A Mauri, J Bakker, D Barboni, ...
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 22 (6), 521-530, 2013
|Late Holocene climate: Natural or anthropogenic?|
WF Ruddiman, DQ Fuller, JE Kutzbach, PC Tzedakis, JO Kaplan, EC Ellis, ...
Reviews of Geophysics 54 (1), 93-118, 2016
|Mid-to late-Holocene vegetation history of Greater Exmoor, UK: estimating the spatial extent of human-induced vegetation change|
RM Fyfe, AG Brown, SJ Rippon
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 12 (4), 215-232, 2003
|From forest to farmland: pollen‐inferred land cover change across Europe using the pseudobiomization approach|
RM Fyfe, J Woodbridge, N Roberts
Global Change Biology 21 (3), 1197-1212, 2015
|Beyond villages and open fields: the origins and development of a historic landscape characterised by dispersed settlement in south-west England|
SJ Rippon, RM Fyfe, AG Brown
Medieval Archaeology 50 (1), 31-70, 2006
|Regional climate model simulations for Europe at 6 and 0.2 k BP: sensitivity to changes in anthropogenic deforestation|
G Strandberg, E Kjellström, A Poska, S Wagner, MJ Gaillard, ...
|A modelling approach to locating and characterising elm decline/landnam landscapes|
C Caseldine, R Fyfe
Quaternary science reviews 25 (5-6), 632-644, 2006
|Bronze Age upland settlement decline in southwest England: testing the climate change hypothesis|
MJ Amesbury, DJ Charman, RM Fyfe, PG Langdon, S West
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (1), 87-98, 2008
|Pollen productivity estimates from the forest—tundra ecotone in west-central Sweden: implications for vegetation reconstruction at the limits of the boreal forest|
H von Stedingk, RM Fyfe, A Allard
The Holocene 18 (2), 323-332, 2008
|Holocene fluctuations in human population demonstrate repeated links to food production and climate|
A Bevan, S Colledge, D Fuller, R Fyfe, S Shennan, C Stevens
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (49), E10524-E10531, 2017