Data from: Arctic and boreal paleofire records reveal drivers of fire activity and departures from Holocene variability

Tyler Hoecker, Philip Higuera, Ryan Kelly & Feng Sheng Hu
Boreal forest and tundra biomes are key components of the Earth system because the mobilization of large carbon stocks and changes in energy balance could act as positive feedbacks to ongoing climate change. In Alaska, wildfire is a primary driver of ecosystem structure and function, and a key mechanism coupling high-latitude ecosystems to global climate. Paleoecological records reveal sensitivity of fire regimes to climatic and vegetation change over centennial-millennial time scales, highlighting increased burning concurrent...
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